LOCATION: Central Park Blvd. and Northfield Blvd., north Stapleton, Denver
ABOUT THE LITTLE: Easy going baby girl welcomed in October of this year. She takes a bottle wonderfully! Mom hopes to continue to breastfeed and pump once she returns to work therefore the nanny must be knowledgeable with breastmilk handling, storage and preparation.
HOURS NEEDED: 33-44 hours per week. The nanny will be needed 3 or 4 weekdays per week from 6:30 am to 5:30 pm. Mom’s work schedule fluctuates but the schedule will be provided at least 4 weeks in advance. The nanny will be needed minimally 33 hours per week but no more than 44 hours; again, just weekdays, no weekends.
PAY RATE: $16-$20 per hour, taxes are withheld.
START DATE: Ideal start date is February 5th.
COMMITMENT LENGTH: Long-term commitment, at least one year.
PETS: Four self-sufficient cats. No needs pertaining to the kitties.
VEHICLE/TRANSPORTATION NEEDS: Reliable transportation to and from work is required, however, the nanny will not have any driving responsibilities and will not be needed to drive with baby. Walkable outings are encouraged (Stapleton is one of the most walkable communities in Colorado!)!
- Must love babies! Mom and Dad are looking for a nanny who is doing this as a career and truly cares about infants.
- Reliability and punctuality are very important!
- The family would like the focus to be on the baby, for that reason, no additional chores are needed.
- Patient and caring.
- Receptive to the family’s needs.
- Experience with sleep training. Encouraging a routine especially in respect to a sleep schedule.
- Encouraging baby’s milestones and development.
PAID TIME OFF: The nanny will be paid for anytime the family does not need care, including holidays. Additional time off is negotiable. Three sick days are offered.
VACCINATION POLICY: As a physician, immunizations are very important in this household. The nanny must be current on vaccinations including an annual flu shot.
SICK POLICY: In the event the nanny is sick and possibly contagious, Mom and Dad prefer the nanny not come to work. They will offer 3 sick days annually. If baby is severely sick, one parent will stay home and care will not be needed. Occasional, mild-fever, or non-sever illnesses, the nanny will be needed to care for the baby.
DO THE PARENTS WORK FROM HOME: Occasionally Dad works from home.
COMFORTABLE WITH A NANNY MOM: Having one-on-one, dedicated attention is the #1 reason this family chose to have a nanny. With that being said, a nanny mom is not something the family would be open to at this time.Click here to apply