English or French speaking Rota Nanny in Geneva, Switzerland

Type of Job

Rota schedule

Published Date

November 3rd, 2021

Job Location

Geneva, Switzerland

Published By

Nannies of St James

About the Agency

About the job

ASAP autumn start in GENEVA, Switzerland: (ability to work in EU essential)

Busy professional parents based in Geneva are seeking TWO, experienced Rota Nannies primarily based in Switzerland for their daughter aged 3 years. **Native French** or **native English** candidates, working a two weeks on/off rota. Primarily based in Switzerland, now we are post-Brexit the candidates must have the ability to work legally in EU, therefore a Swiss work permit or EU passport is required.

Family are located in Geneva predominantly and mother is also working. Nannies will be required to work a two week rota in Geneva with occasional travel to London. In London family have a fully staffed household and the same in Geneva, with huge grounds to explore and play activities for the little one. Each Nanny should be happy do full nanny duties, prepare healthy fresh food for the little one and work alongside the housekeeper who works full time.

The family require **native** French or English candidates who can support the French & English languages. So candidates who can effectively teach, bolster & reinforce their own native MTs, particularly with the toddler age group.

The family have a fully organic garden and the household uses all home grown organic vegetables in their kitchen in Geneva. The homes are fully staffed with chef, housekeepers etc, but parents are looking for very organised, very proactive candidates, who are also super safety conscious.

Nanny accommodation is bedroom & bathroom ensuite in both locations. And an excellent salary is available for an experienced, proactive nanny who will engage with the little girl and who is happy to travel between locations as required.

Kindly note that as this role is primarily based in Switzerland, now we are post-Brexit the candidate will need to have the ability to work legally in EU, therefore a Swiss work permit or EU passport is required.