I'm looking for a nanny to share an after school job with my current nanny who is going into year 3 at uni and wants to spend more time studying. The hours are approximately 3-7 pm depending on after school activities and which days worked (probably 2 days per week but to be confirmed). My children are aged 6 and 11. The job will involve picking...
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We are looking to hire a dynamic, kind and happy nanny to look after our two children after school! We can offer several types of contracts: Nannying only: 15 hours per week Nannying + housekeeping: around 25 hours per week If you are interested in working in an environment with lots of children, we can also offer employment within our school as...
' Days/hours: 5 days a week, 7am ' 8.30/9am and 3pm-7pm. Approximately 30 hours per week. School drop off & pick up. Occasional additional full days (once a week) & on weekends. ' Start: 24 Sep / 1 Oct 2018; ' Looking for: an enthusiastic, caring and experienced Nanny to help look after our 5 year old (starting reception/school...
We are a large, active family with 4 children twins aged 4 then a 6 and a 10 year old. They are all at the local primary school from September. I work 3 days a week and need expert, qualified help for before and after school care. This will involve cooking and doing homework, music practise and taking to clubs. The hours will be roughly 7-9am and...
We are caring for our very sweet natured 18 month old grandson between the 26th August and the 4th September. We would like someone to come to our home in Inverness and take the pressure off for around 4 hours each day - feeding him, taking him for walks or to the playground. It wil usually be in the afernoons between 2-6 but flexibility is very important....
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Yoopies, the first matchmaking platform between parents and babysitters, nannies, childminders that extends its offering to cover all the needs of the family.
Yoopies has a multitude of families seeking offers for both a occasional babysitter, a full-time nanny or even a tutor for homework help. If you prefer contact with adults and the elderly, many busy families are also looking for home help that can help their elderly relatives in daily tasks (reading, walking...).
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Another case, if you want to give weekly tutoring at night and want to spend time with the elderly during the school holidays, you also need to create two ads: one as a "tutor" and the other as a "personal assistance".
Alternatively, if you like cats, dogs and other aniamls, you can also create a pet sitter profile in our "pet sitting" area.
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