Part time nanny required from Sept

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Daddyandpa
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Part time nanny required from Sept

Postby Daddyandpa » Sun Apr 11, 2021 8:03 pm

Hi,

We are looking for a lovely afternoon nanny for our toddler from September. The position is part time (4 days, 20-25h per week), with flexibility to increase hours during the school holidays. Happy to start a little earlier if we find the right person!

Please get in touch if you have a recommendation.

Thanks!
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Nannymcthreehundred
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Re: Part time nanny required from Sept

Postby Nannymcthreehundred » Thu Apr 15, 2021 3:59 pm

Hi

After 5 almost 6 wonderful years with my previous family I am on the hunt to find a family just as lovely as my previous.
I am a British career nanny with a passion of working with children, I adapt a Montessori approach to my style of nannying. I have diplomas and degrees in many areas of Early years such as Child Psychology, Speech & Language and Maternity Nursing.
Previous employers have described me as reliable and a ‘natural’ with children.

I pride myself on my own personal development and always keep up to date with courses and government guidelines, I feel with my knowledge, experience and qualifications I am well equipped to play an important role in your child’s life; whilst always having their best interests at heart. I am adaptable in my work surroundings and very confident having sole charge. I also have experience of working in a formal household.

If you are interested in speaking further, please send details of your requirements and a little bit about your family.
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Re: Part time nanny required from Sept

Postby Emma » Thu Apr 22, 2021 11:34 am

Hello! At First Aid for Life we care deeply about the safety of children. We know how scary it can be handing over your little ones to someone else, even if it's only for a few hours. Therefore, we have trained hundreds of nannies and parents and we specialise in Paediatric First Aid. Our Paediatric First Aid course fulfils Ofsted requirements and is vital for all parents and childminders. The course covers CPR, the recovery position, choking, drowning and so much more. Once you have selected a nanny we would love the opportunity to train them in First Aid. 

If you are interested in First Aid Training for your nanny, or for yourself please visit our site https://firstaidforlife.org.uk/first-ai ... -syllabus/
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SPullman
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Re: Part time nanny required from Sept

Postby SPullman » Sat Apr 24, 2021 11:03 pm

I'm pregnant now and I'm not really sure what I will do in the future...Should I get a nanny or not...?
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Re: Part time nanny required from Sept

Postby VnsDavnlsn » Sun Apr 25, 2021 10:24 am

I want to hire a nanny in July. Does she need to have a vaccine of covid-19 or something?
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