Full time Nanny needed near the Hollywood Bowl
Type of Job
Full time Live out
May 13th, 2022
About the Agency
About the job
Wonderful family near the Hollywood Bowl is looking for an incredible nanny for their 4 month old little guy. They are looking for someone who really wants to be part of the family. Their ideal nanny is open to working Monday- Friday full days 8am- 6pm (ish) with the occasional date night or event. This family in in the “industry” and require some flexibility when it comes to changes when it comes to projects they may be working on. They do promise 50 hours a week. This is your typical nanny position and the baby is on a great schedule. They had an amazing NCS who has set them up for success. You must want to be part of a team, parents are working home currently but will be back in the office eventually. You should be able to drive, open to travel when needed in the future, be find and have knowledge of child development/ preschool experience or some education background a huge plus. If you speak Italian HUGE plus!
Location: Hollywood, CA
Ages of children: 4 Month Old
Start date/Contract dates: AUG 2022 Start Or sooner for the right person
Schedule: Full time schedule 8am- 6pm (ish)
Compensation: Hourly range $30- $35 gross per hour with OT
Benefits: 2 weeks vacation, sick days, holidays paid + a stipend toward health Insurance
Live-in/Live-out: Live out
Infant and Toddler Exp.
5 years of experience working in the childcare or related field.
Covid 19 vaccinated and boosted
CPR/ First Aid certified (current)
Trusline Certified (CA Only) or Willingness to get fingerprinted
Open to submitting to a 10 point background check once an offer of employment has been made.
Be at least 21 years of age
Able to be paid via W2 and legal to work in the United States.
Local to Los Angeles CA applicants only
Due to the nature of our industry, and Covid 19 variants, in an effort to ensure everyone’s health and safety, this family is currently only considering candidates who are fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19.