Live in Nanny

  • Job Reference: MD313
  • Date Posted: 8 October 2019
  • Recruiter: HomeOrganisers Ltd
  • Location: Walton-On-Thames, Surrey
  • Salary: £34,705
  • Sector: Childcare
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Job Description for a Live In Nanny based in Walton-On-Thames, Surrey

Position: Permanent

Job Reference: MD313

Job Title: Nanny

Location: Walton-On-Thames, Surrey

Number of Children: G2 and B3.5

Pets: None

Salary: £34,705 gross per annum

Holiday: Statutory

Start Date: ASAP

Hours Required: Monday to Friday 7.00am to 7.00pm plus 2 night babysitting per week

Driver: Yes, car will be provided whilst on duty

Accommodation: Double bedroom, a separate bathroom (might need to share with guests on rare occasion) in a private area of the house. Guests are not allowed.

Summary:

This is a great role for an experienced Nanny looking for a long-term role, where the position will evolve as the children grow up. The ideal candidate will be happy and confident, as well as being creative with age appropriate activities planning, understanding of Montessori/EYFS would be a plus. You will also be confident cooking fresh meals on a daily basis. You will need to respect the family's privacy, traditions and the bi-lingual environment.

Duties to include:

  • All nanny duties
  • Running errands for the family
  • Cooking for the family
  • Light housekeeping may be required when the housekeeper is off

HomeOrganisers Ltd acting as an Employment Agency for this permanent position. Along with your CV, you must also have an up to date DBS and Paediatric First Aid Certificate or be willing to obtain, along with a minimum of 2 last / current employer professional referees that are immediately contactable.

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