Part-Time Afternoon Nanny Needed In Foxcroft

Charlotte's Best Nanny Agency Charlotte , NC 28211

Posted 1 week ago

Charlottes Best Nanny Agency is assisting a family in Foxcroft in finding a part-time nanny for their three children a boy who is three years old, and girl/boy twins that are 5 years old. The nanny would be needed Monday- Thursday from approximately 3:00 pm- 6:00 pm.

The family is looking for a loving, reliable, and long-term nanny for their children. The nanny would be responsible for caring for all three children in the afternoons, feeding them a snack, and engaging them in fun activities throughout the afternoon. The children like to play outside, do arts and crafts, and reading, the nanny should tailor activities in the afternoon to the childrens interest. The family has three dogs a Lab, Cavalier, and a Bernese Mountain Dog, so nanny must be comfortable with dogs in and around the home.

This position starts ASAP and pay is negotiable between $16.00 and $20.00 an hour. The best candidate must also pass an in-person pre-screening interview, background check, reference check, know how to swim, be a non-smoker and Drug FREE, and be CPR and First Aid certified.

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Part-Time Afternoon Nanny Needed In Foxcroft

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