*NANNY AVAILABLE* February start!

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LaurenD
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*NANNY AVAILABLE* February start!

Postby LaurenD » Mon Jan 14, 2019 6:43 pm

Hi all,

My name is Lauren, I’m 22 and looking for a full time nanny position. I have 2.5 years experience as a nanny and 2.5 years experience as a nursery nurse in a nursery setting.

I’m looking for a Monday-Thursday/Friday job, flexible with hours. Start date: February

I’m also available for babysitting!

Please feel free to contact me via email - Lauren96didd-bowles@hotmail.com
Or phone -
07710466351

Thank you!
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Re: *NANNY AVAILABLE* February start!

Postby anty.davies » Thu Jan 17, 2019 6:57 pm

Hi Lauren, we’re looking for a nanny 4 days a week starting in mid March for our boy who will then be 11 months old. We live in Battersea. If this is something that would interest you then please send me a message with more information about yourself. Antonia.pitt@gmail.com
Thanks!
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Re: *NANNY AVAILABLE* February start!

Postby LaurenD » Thu Jan 24, 2019 12:15 am

Hi,

I have sent you an email!
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