Adventure Nannies

  • A Forever Nanny is Needed for a Newborn in San Francisco

    Job Locations US
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Perm Placement
  • Overview

    Do you know baby sign language? Have you helped newborns take their first bottle and introduced infants to their first solid foods? A loving and growing family in San Francisco is looking for an expert nanny to join them in October 2018. Their baby will be five months old when the position begins and the family is hoping to find someone who will grow alongside them for many years to come! 

     

    The new parents are looking to find someone who will be a knowledgeable collaborator in creating a nurturing environment for their child. They appreciate candidates who have a great working knowledge of developmental milestones and engaging ways to help children reach them. They are also excited to teach their baby sign language and would like a candidate experienced teaching infant sign language. Candidates with fluency in foreign languages including Mandarin, Spanish and French will also be valuable to this family.

     

    This is a high profile family who values privacy and discretion. Someone who pays very close attention to detail and who is very safety conscious will do well in this role, as the safety and security of the baby and family are paramount. In this role, you will work with the family's team both in the home and through their offices. This will be a very rewarding opportunity for someone who is interested in investing in a long-term position where they can build a lasting relationship with the family and their community. 

     

    This position will typically be 40 hours a week with a flexible schedule and will provide for occasional overtime opportunities. This position will provide plenty of opportunities to travel both internationally and domestically with the family. The family is offering a full benefits package and an opportunity for plenty of growth within the role! 

     

     

     

     

    Responsibilities

    • Create a stimulating, nurturing, and safe environment for the child
    • Supervise the child’s activities at all times: providing opportunities for home play and organizing activities outside the home
    • Support family during local visits to friends’ homes, restaurants, events and other family activities
    • Plan, supervise, and maintain rest, bed and nap times
      • Plan activities to end at appropriate times so that the child is ready to start the night time routine by a predetermined hour
      • Assist with bedtime routine including bathing, dressing, reading, and putting the child down when parents are not available
      • Ensure proper room temperature and bedding for the crib
      • Monitor resting hours by watching and listening to the baby monitor and responding to the child as appropriate
      • Help soothe child if woken during rest by methods determined by the parents
    • Plan and prepare meals, bottles, and snacks for the child; supervise mealtime
    • Ensure feeding supplies are clean: bottles, bibs, utensils; feeding the child when parents are not available
    • Change diapers and facilitate maintenance of supplies
    • Bathe and dress child appropriately for activities
    • Communicate child’s behaviors to parents and agree on consistent parenting philosophies
    • Administer medicine to the children, as necessary and directed
    • Organize child's bedroom and play areas ensuring proper sanitation
    • Perform light housework related to child care: clean up after meals, tidy play areas, wash bottles and feeding equipment, laundry
    • Maintain an organized diaper bag stocked with items the child frequently uses or needs
    • Maintain daily log sheets that will track feeding times, ounces, diaper changes, etc.
    • Informing and teaching the parents where applicable
    • Ability to transport the child to social events, birthday parties, appointments, sports, outings and other group lessons
    • Help foster childhood learning (i.e. learning to read, walk, talk, etc.)
    • Other duties as assigned by the family.

    Qualifications

    • At least 4 years full-time, professional childcare experience, especially long-term experience caring for children from infancy to adolescence
    • Ability to plan, organize, and multitask with minimal supervision; patience, reliable, self-starter; good communication and judgment
    • Flexible schedule
    • A clean driving record and valid driver's license and vehicle to transport you to the families home. A nanny car will be provided. 
    • Bi-lingual a plus, experience teaching infant sign language is a huge bonus! 
    • CPR & First Aid certified along with Basic Life Support (BLS) training or willingness to obtain
    • A valid US Passport
    • Flexibility to travel domestically or internationally
    • Some college preferred

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