”Nanny to a 9-year old girl and 6-year old boy in Brook Green ASAP”
Nanny to a 9-year old girl and 6-year old boy in Brook Green ASAP
W12 Addison, Greater London
||On a permanent basis
||Full time (40 hours/week or more)
||£16-19 /h gross
A family in Brook Green is looking for an experienced nanny to care for their two children, a 6-year-old boy, and a 9-year-old girl.
They are looking for a passionate, organised, and flexible nanny who loves spending time with the children and organising activities and playdates. Someone who is educationally focused and can help both children with their homework.
Both children are in full-time school, the day starts around 8 am, earlier starts one day per week (7:30 am). The nanny will drop the children at school, either using public transport or a family car.
While the children are at school the nanny will take care of all children-related duties (bedrooms tidying, laundry, organising the children's schedules, cooking for the children).
After picking up the children (3:30/4 pm) you will plan fun and educational activities, help with homework and do the after-school and evening routine. You will ensure that all is well organized for the next day (children’s clothes, school bags and homework, etc).
Every other week the children are with the mum and not in the house, however, the father appreciates that most nannies are looking for full-time work so he is happy to pay the nanny for full-time hours even though you will not be working full time. In return, you will need to be flexible and offer some babysitting and proxy parenting during some days.
During the week that the children are not with the dad, the same children's duties are carried out and some additional errands can be run for the dad.
The father will be working full time and the role is sole charge Monday to Friday from 7:30/8am until 7pm. These working hours may vary, depending on the family's need and when the children are not with the father.
Some flexibility around the days and school half term period is appreciated and it can be discussed directly with the father.