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For those of you considering working within the early years sector of childcare, it is a good idea to know what to expect before you take the leap. And for those already working within the area, you may wish to take a moment to remember why it is such a rewarding role. Yes, the hours can be long, and expectations placed on settings from Ofsted can be take up valuable time spent with the kids, but if you see beyond this, it is without doubt a rewarding area to work within. So why is it so enjoyable?    Play, play, play! Using your own initiative in building truly creative play environments for the children is at the centre of everything you will do throughout the day. One moment you may be facilitating a water-based sensory activity with a small group, and the next you may be reading an educational book to the whole class.  Do not expect to be playing with them all day. Instead, the art is to facilitate their play. Know when to interact and to guide them along the way. Choosing age-appropriate child and adult-led activities is where you will see them thriving.  Observing children in full play mode is one of the greatest things you can see.   Seeing them grow as little people If your long-term intention is to work in early years for many years, you will undoubtedly form many bonds with the kids. You will see them progress in the key developmental areas laid down by Ofsted . Seeing the journey of a toddler who enters the setting as a shy, nervous person, and subsequently watching them leave for the big wide world of school full of confidence, is truly rewarding.   Watching children learn and play is an unparalleled experience   Developing yourself as a person Not only are you helping shape the next generation of children, but you find yourself evolving as an adult also. Your natural ability with children will shine; your communication skills will improve by conversing with parents and carers daily.  Children can bring challenges, so your own confidence in dealing with challenging situations will improve – as will your assertiveness.  Your ability to work for a team will increase as you will all need to work from the same page every day. One day you may oversee setting-up play activities, the next you may be in charge of nappies and lunch. Outdoor fun If you are lucky enough to work in a setting with plenty of outdoor space, you will find yourself outside most days – in all weathers. This is where children (and practitioners) can flourish the most. The setting may adopt a ‘Forest School’ approach which means lots of mud and bugs. A woodland walk may be on the agenda one minute, followed by planting flowers.  The outdoors is limitless for an early years practitioner – as well as the creativity of a child.    Knowing you are making a difference At the end of a very long day, you may feel exhausted. This is a good thing. It means you have worked hard in inspiring children. Remember, you are making a difference to children and families’ lives. Some families have no choice but to place their little ones into a nursery full-time - and may be riddled with parent guilt. But showing them the progress their child has made is a priceless duty you are fulfilling, and they (and their child) are truly thankful for. Just seeing a child run up to you at the beginning of the day means you are doing a great job!   Register as a job seeker with Jobs in Childcare to apply for jobs and to receive information on excellent international nanny, governess, tutor and early years vacancies worldwide. If you are an agency then sign up to post on Jobs in Childcare to connect with the best candidates worldwide!
Before embarking on a new career adventure, it is always a good idea to figure out which route or role would be best suited to your skillset and expectations.  You may be seeking a complete change of scenery by entering the world of childcare for the very first time; you may be returning; or you may be already working within the sector but wish to head in a new direction. Either way, there are many possible routes and points to consider when entering the childcare industry.  Here are just a few!   Early Years Fun May Be Your Cup of Tea Although rules on qualifications have tightened up in recent years with Ofsted requirements, not all roles require you to have prior qualifications before applying -- only an obvious interest in children’s development, a caring nature and a childcare provider willing to invest in its workforce.  Early years settings such as nurseries and pre-schools who appoint you as a Trainee Childcare Practitioner or Nursery Assistant may put you through a nationally recognised level 2 or 3 Childcare qualification. These are usually apprenticeships and/or on-the job distance learning qualifications and will mean your salary will reflect this. Alternatively, if you already have a relevant qualification and experience, you may wish to push yourself by becoming a Room Leader or Deputy Room Leader. Expect to work Monday-Friday with a mixture of early-ish starts and later finishes and some providers even offer half days as part of your contract. Bundles of patience, enthusiasm and a willingness to develop children using the Early Years framework are a must.   Residential Childcare Could be an Option  If you are considering contributing to make a difference to the more disadvantaged children within your society then working within a residential children’s home may be the answer for you. Expect to be working for either a Local Authority of privately-run establishment in fun, caring – and challenging environments. You will be working with children and young people who require additional support in their lives. This may be in the form of behaviour or emotional support, and an ability to remain patient and empathetic to their circumstances. Strong resilience is a must for any candidate looking at this area of childcare.  Some children may be in full time care who have severe and complex needs requiring round-the-clock care and support. Some may be having respite care to give their parents a rest.  Expect shift work to be the norm in this area. Early starts, late finishes and weekend working with an expectation for sleep-ins to qualified staff.  A residential environment can be stressful for the residents, so expect to work within a fun culture where putting smiles on the children’s faces is the most important. Days and trips out, as well as everyday activities will happen as the norm.    Teaching Assistant and Term-Time Only Schools are always on the lookout for Teaching Assistants. So, if you have a passion for learning and supporting children within an educational classroom environment this may be your calling.  Relevant childcare experience is usually necessary but not always the case. Expect to provide additional support to children on a 1-1 or small group basis.  And you get school holidays off!    Does Being Your Own Boss and Working for a Family Tick Your Boxes? Becoming a Nanny usually requires you to have at least 2 years’ experience in the field of childcare. But this depends on which route you take. If you go through an agency, this is usually the case, but if you go privately, this will depend on the family in question. Having a personality to match the family’s expectations may be all they require in order to employ you.  And if they do employ you, they are responsible for your payroll. Not you. Whether they do it themselves or they use an outside agency to process it, it is their responsibility. They may also request you become registered with Ofsted. Being a Nanny gives you the unique responsibility of looking after somebody else’s children in their own home. So, expect to be a pro-active type of person. You will be expected to plan everything from table-top activities, mealtimes, to exciting days-out. Access to your own car is usually a must – but some families offer use of theirs.    Something Different Altogether And if you really want to push the boundaries and you already have childcare qualifications, you may consider becoming a travel nanny or an overseas nanny/ governess. These kinds of roles tend to be full-on and intense, possibly including relocating to a different country, which is reflected in the high salaries on offer. You can find out more about working as a governor or governess in Russia here . Happy hunting! Register as a job seeker with Jobs in Childcare to apply for jobs and to receive information on excellent international tutor, nanny and governess vacancies worldwide. If you are an agency then sign up to post on Jobs in Childcare to connect with the best candidates worldwide!  
Many parents send their kids to summer camps during the summer, but there are plenty of families who prefer to hire nannies or childcare workers to watch their children while they are at work. And at the same time, parents want their nannies to do productive activities with the kids; they don't want them sitting at home all day and watching television or them playing on their iPhones or iPads the entire time!  With that said, if you are a nanny or childcarer you will want to be aware of these 10 reliable, failsafe activities to keep your charges over the summer! Let's get started!   1. Spending Refreshing Time Outdoors At The Park If you don’t know already, it is always a good idea to ask the parents where the nearest parks are and to take the children there. The kids can play on the playground, relax outdoors with toys or books, or even plan a picnic for lunch. It is best to not spend more than an hour or two, and if the sun is strong, recommended to stay there for a half hour or so. It is also essential to remember to always make sure that the kids are wearing hats to protect them from UV rays. Additionally, the children will need to have sunscreen applied that is at least 15 SP.  If you are taking infants under 6 months of age to the park, then they need to sit in a shaded area as babies that young cannot wear sunscreen. They must also be clothed comfortably.  2. Arts and Crafts  A great way to keep kids busy in the summertime is by giving them the opportunity to do arts and crafts. They can do colouring, painting, and making art using construction paper and glue.  Hopefully the family will already have the necessary supplies for a fun afternoon doing arts and crafts. However, it is always a good idea for nannies or childcare workers to have their own materials just in case. Arts and crafts help to promote children’s creativity and imagination which helps foster their overall development. They can be done indoors or outdoors; again remember to keep the kids protected from the sun if they are outside.  3. Baking Kids love to bake cookies, cakes and other fun foods; a great activity at any time of the year. If the kids know that they will be baking with their nanny, they will most definitely look forward to it. However, if baking is something you want to do, then it must be presented to the parents first; make sure that you are given permission. Additionally, it is probably best to let the parents be responsible for the ingredients for baking - especially if their kids have any type of food allergy or sensitivity. You can find ideas for baking here . 4. Story Time And Reading A great way to stimulate any child's mind is to read to them or have them read themselves if they are able. You should most definitely bring books to read to the children, and remember to let the kids engage during story time. Take breaks in between the story and talk to the kids about what has happened so far and what they think about it.  5. Playing Games A great way to keep kids busy and engaged is to play indoor or outdoor games with them. You may wish to play tag, hide and seek or board games. You could bring some board games from home or even create your own for an arts and crafts activity.  Ideas for games may include  Candy Land ,  Soggy Doggy ,  Enchanted Forest  or a variety puzzles - crosswords , word searches , join the dots , painting by numbers , mazes and many more. And remember to have fun while playing! If the child that loses the game gets upset, reassure the child that it is okay to lose, and the game was played only to have fun.  6. Sing Songs Children enjoy music and there is nothing more interactive than singing songs with them. If, as a nanny or childcare worker, you have instruments of your own such as guitars, be sure to bring them along and dedicate some time to music and singing.  This can be done indoors or outdoors, and why not get into the spirit of the season by singing songs that are to do with the summertime? You can always ask the kids that they are watching what their favourite songs are - and then sing those songs so that they are having a great time.  7. Create A Summertime Art Project With The Kids This is one idea that is fun for kids as they can go with their nanny hunting outdoors for leaves, branches, and flowers to create a fun art project. For this activity you should come prepared just in case the parents don't have the materials. You will need to get glue and construction paper, and even some markers just in case the parents do not have those as well. Go and let your charges create something that will be a lot of fun and surprise their parents. An idea is to take pieces of construction paper and glue some branches, leaves, and flowers on the sheet to make a summer collage. Your charges could even write their parents messages using markers. 8. Kids Love Scavenger Hunts Nannies and childcare workers will want to be safe with this; it is best to only play these sorts of games in the yard or garden and not at a park, even if the children are familiar with it - you don’t want anybody running off and getting lost! Bring some fun items for kids such as coins, dolls, or figurines, and go and hide them in different places outside. Then, when they are all hidden, it is time for the kids to get to work and start hunting for those items! To see the JIC suggestion for how to create a great treasure hunt, click  here . 9. Sports Playing sports is important for kids’ hand-eye coordination, as well as keeping them in shape and ensuring they are getting proper exercise. Always make sure that the kids are wearing protective clothing and helmets if they are playing games that will involve them throwing balls and running around.  Again, you will need to discuss with the parents before playing sports with their kids just in case one of their kids is not able to do so for medical reasons. Hopefully the parents will not object and will be happy that their kids will be being kept active.  10. Dress-up Or Role Playing Kids love using their imaginations and the best thing to do is to allow them to do so as it is beneficial for their development as well. For nannies and childcare workers, this could perhaps mean bringing some extra clean clothing that can be used for costumes to play a game of dress up. You can even do some role-playing without costumes or clothing. Either way, it is a fun way for kids to tap into their creativity, and to use their imaginations. For any of these activities, remember to ask the parents’ permission beforehand. There may be  medical reasons, religious or cultural reasons to avoid certain activities. Remember to stay on the parents' positive side to develop a good relationship with the children and the family! Do you have your own favourite summertime activities? Let us know in the comments section below! And if you’re looking for more ideas, visit the Jobs in Childcare blog for posts including  base building ,  a recycling experiment  or  a time capsule !   Register as a  job seeker  with Jobs in Childcare to apply for jobs and to receive information on excellent international tutor, nanny and governess vacancies worldwide. If you are an  agency  then sign up to post on Jobs in Childcare to connect with the best candidates worldwide!
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Jul 16, 2019
£15.00 - £20.00 hourly
Family is looking for a fully fluent English speaking live-out nanny, experienced with 9 year old (boy) and 6 year old (girl). Working day on Monday, after school. Working hours from 3.30pm or 4 pm until 7.30pm or 8pm . Driver not necessary, school is walking distance from home.  Salary offered £15 – £20  per hour. Interviewing and trialling next week. Start: End of August Suitable for London based candidates only.
London Governess London, UK Part time
Jul 16, 2019
£15.00 - £20.00 hourly
Family is looking for temporary live-out nanny for their 3 children (twins 3 year old and one 6 year old). Nanny needs to be a native English speaker. Typical nanny duties, family from abroad, visiting London. Working hours are approximately 10h/day. Salary offered £15 -£20 per hour.  Interviewing now. Start: 23rd July to 30th July Suitable for London based candidates only.
London Governess London, UK Temporary
Jul 15, 2019
£13.00 - £15.00 hourly
Job Type Afterschool Nanny Location London, Lewisham Salary £13 to £15 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Thursday Working Hours 15:00 - 18:00 A family in Lewisham, London is looking for an Afterschool Nanny who can help them in taking care of their school-aged child. The Afterschool Nanny will take charge in organising school pickups and other duties 4 days a week, ideally Monday through Thursday, 3 hours per day. Duties for this position would include Helping the child with afterschool activities like homework Providing healthy meals and snacks for the child Providing supervision and constant care to the child Being disciplined with the child when required Tidying up child's bedrooms and play areas Playing with the child and taking to the park Planning and organising age-related activities Stimulating the child to read and be active Preparing snacks and sometimes helping with meal preparations as well Implementing daily routines The family would like someone to start by September. The nanny must also have a valid First Aid qualification. 
Little Ones London London, UK Part time
Jul 15, 2019
£11.00 - £13.00 hourly
Job Type Nanny Location London, Greater London Salary £11 to £13 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL, French Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Thursday Working Hours 09:00 - 19:30 A Live Out Full-Time Nanny is needed by a family in London to help them in looking after their lovely toddler. The working hours for this job would be Monday to Thursday, full time. The family is expecting a baby so someone who has experience caring for babies would be ideal. Duties for the Nanny would include cooking healthy meals for the child, helping with learning, planning playdates, trips to the park and playgrounds, planning age-appropriate activities, getting the child ready for bed by bathing the child, brushing teeth and getting the child into pyjamas before the parents get home. helping with laundry, cleaning up after the meals, ensuring toys are organised and play areas are tidy. A valid first aid qualification is needed for this role. The family ideally wants someone who speaks French or any other second language, but this is not a must. They would like the Nanny to start in September or October. 
Little Ones London London, UK Full time
Jul 15, 2019
£10.00 - £11.00 hourly
Job Type Nanny-housekeeper Location London, Bexley Salary £10 to £11 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL, Portuguese, Tagalog Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Friday Working Hours 08:00 - 18:00 A Bexley-based family seeks a Nanny Housekeeper who is eager to work in a Live Out Full-Time position and help the family in maintaining the upkeep of their home whilst looking after their toddler and two school-aged children. The working hours for this position would be Monday to Friday, full time with flexibility to work occasionally on weekends. They are also open for live-in candidates. A valid first aid qualification is essential for this position. The Nanny Housekeeper will be responsible for hoovering, dusting, mopping the floor, designing a meal plan for the family and cooking healthy meals, laundry and ironing, changing bed linen, drop off and pick up the children to school, helping with the evening routine helping with bath and bed routine, helping with homework, changing nappies for the little one, taking the children to parks and playgrounds, and make sure the children are always safe. The family is looking for a proactive Nanny Housekeeper who can help in all aspects of the home. They would also like someone who can help with cooking every now and then. Someone who speaks Tagalog or Portuguese is a big plus but not a must. They would like the Nanny Housekeeper to start as soon as possible. 
Little Ones London Bexley, UK Full time
Jul 15, 2019
£11.00 - £12.00 hourly
Job Type Housekeeper Location London, Greater London Salary £11 to £12 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Saturday Working Hours 09:30 - 17:30 A family in London is looking for a Live Out Full-time Housekeeper Cook to help maintain their property clean and organised and take charge in preparing and cooking meals for the family. The Housekeeper Cook will work from Monday to Saturday full time. Ideally, the right candidate will be flexible to take a day off on Thursday and work half day on Sunday. General duties include doing the laundry and ironing of the family, dusting, hoovering the carpets and floors, ensuring all bedrooms are always clean, polishing floor, preparing healthy and delicious meals for the family, cleaning up after meals, changing bedsheets once a week, keeping the kitchen clean at all times, and running some errands for the family such as doing grocery shopping for the family’s supplies and paying bills. The family has 2 dogs and they require someone who is pet-friendly. The family needs a confident cook. The candidate might be required to stay over a few nights occasionally when the family is on holidays. They are looking to hire as soon as possible.
Little Ones London London, UK Full time
Jul 15, 2019
£600 - £650 weekly
Job Type Live In Nanny Location London, Greater London Salary £600 to £650 per Week (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL, French Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Friday Working Hours 00:00 - 00:00 A lovely family in London is looking for a warm, caring, experienced and proactive Full-Time Live-in Nanny to look after their lovely toddler in a 24/5 cover. The nanny will be responsible for all the nursery duties and for preparing meals for the child. A valid First Aid qualification is essential. A typical day would consist of preparing meals for the child, organising the child’s daily schedule, washing and dressing the child, playing with the child, making sure the child is always safe and happy, organising the child’s clothes, doing laundry and ironing the child’s clothes, making sure the child’s room is always clean and doing occasional grocery shopping of the child’s supplies. Someone who speaks French is preferred but not required. It would also be advantageous if the Nanny knows how to drive. The Nanny will be provided with accommodation and must also be flexible to travel with the family. The family is looking for someone who can start in August.
Little Ones London London, UK Full time
Jul 13, 2019
£450 - £550 weekly
Job Type Live In Housekeeper Location London, Greater London Salary £450 to £550 per Week (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Saturday Working Hours 07:00 - 19:00 A London-based family seeks a Full Time Live-In Housekeeper Cook to take charge of the cooking duties around the house and maintain their property clean and organised. The working hours will be full time from Monday to Friday and then half-day on Saturday. The Housekeeper will be required to clean the garden and drive, laundry, washing, ironing and arranging wardrobes, organising clothes by season, packing and unpacking suitcases, polishing antiques, silverware and marble, restocking the home, running errands, cooking and arranging the meals, doing the mopping, hoovering, dusting, grocery shopping Accommodation will be provided for the successful candidate. The family is looking to hire a Housekeeper Cook as soon as possible. 
Little Ones London London, UK Full time
Jul 13, 2019
£1,000 weekly
Bilingual governess (English+French) is needed for a boy aged 7. The family live in Geneva. You will teach the boy English and French in an interactive manner, through games, songs and other activities, developing the knowledge of both languages. You will also need to assist with his school homework. There are nannies but caring duties will be required from the governess as well. Rota schedule: 2 weeks on / 2 weeks off, on working shifts coverage from 7am to 9 pm. Your working hours are from 7 am to 8 am and then from 3 pm till 9 pm. We are searching for a Bilingual (English+French) governess, an active and responsible person with good manners, with teaching qualifications and experience of working with children of similar ages, able to develop a systematic approach to teaching and provide regular progress reports to the parents. Accommodation is provided (live-in). All job-related expenses are covered by the family.The salary is from 1000 GBP PW (negotiable) - each week is paid both during work shifts and on your weeks off. Start on the 1st of August. Description Responsibilities • Develop the boy's English and French skills (speaking, comprehension, reading and writing) • Assist with school homework • Produce indoor and outdoor language oriented and general developing activities • Caring duties • Involve the boy in creative games and activities, arts and crafts, etc. Conditions • Rota schedule 2 weeks on / 2 weeks off • Salary is high and negotiable from 1000 GBP PW for both working shifts and weeks off • Live-In, separate room is provided in the family’s house • All work related expenses paid, including travel • Start on the 1st of August Requirements • Bilingual governess (English+ French) • Female aged up to 50 • Active, creative, punctual personality • Lesson plans, clear system of studies • Teaching or childcare qualifications will be a plus • Experience in the similar role
Gouverneur International Geneva, Switzerland Rota
Jul 13, 2019
£40.00 hourly
We are looking for a Native English Speaking Tutor in St. Petersburg to work with 3 girls aged 8, 5 and 4. Their level of English is a beginner and zero, so the main duties are introducing the English language, teaching English in an interactive manner and playing, going outside for walks etc. Schedule is 3 times per week, 2-3 hours a day. The girls live in Repino. Transport will be provided from metro Staraya Derevnya. Salary is from 50$ p/h. Start ASAP. Description Responsibilities Introducing the English language Teaching English in an interactive manner Playing, going outside for walks etc Conditions Location – St. Petersburg, Repino Transport – provided from metro Staraya Derevnya Schedule – 3 times per week, 2-3 hours a day Salary – from 50$ p/h Requirements Native English speaker, M/F Teaching qualifications Experience in a similar role
Gouverneur International Saint Petersburg, Russia Part time
Jul 13, 2019
£3,500 monthly
DETAILS:  A personal assistant is required in London. Candidates based in the UK are considered.  REQUIREMENTS: - excellent command of the English and Russian languages - proficient at working with tables - experience of working with Bupa Insurance - flexibility LOCATION: London SCHEDULE: 5 days a week, 2 days off are negotiable  SALARY: GBP 3500  per month
English Nanny London, UK Full time
Jul 13, 2019
£3,000 - £4,000 monthly
Location:  Moscow, Russia Type:  Permanent Salary:  £3,000 - £4,000 Per Month Full-time Native English speaking rota Nanny/Governess required for G2.5, located in Moscow, £3000 - £4000 per month. Start September. A highly recommended Russian family is seeking an energetic, professional, caring and experienced Nanny/Governess for their 2 1/2 year-old daughter to assist in her care, learning and development.  As a Nanny/Governess, you will be responsible for meeting the daily needs of the young girl; providing a high standard of care, meeting all daily needs and routines, ensuring she is reaching all age appropriate milestones and promoting all areas of development. You will be required to create engaging play, games, and activities to further development and language abilities. The family also have three other children and you will be required to provide language tuition, home work assistance and mentoring. The children range from 7 - 16. The ideal candidate will have relevant childcare qualifications and at least 2 years of experience working with young children in private households, They will be friendly, active and energetic as well as confident in building strong relationships and rapport to support and care for the child and meet her educational needs. The working schedule will be two weeks on and two weeks off on a rota basis. This is a live in position while on duty and you will provide 24-hour care during your shift. The family travels internationally and you will be required to travel with them with flexibility required.  Interviews taking place ASAP with the position commencing in September. Salary on offer is from £3000 - £4000 per month and will depend on the skills and qualifications of the candidate.  Flights or accommodation in Moscow will be discussed during interview. Package: Salary from £3000 - £4000 per month Working schedule will be 2 weeks on/2 weeks off Live in position during working shift International travel Requirements: Qualified & Experienced English speaking Nanny/Governess Professional, friendly, energetic and fun Available to start September
Duke & Duchess Moscow, Russia Full time
Jul 13, 2019
£3,000 - £4,000 monthly
Location:  Moscow, Russia Type:  Permanent Salary:  £3,000 - £4,000 Per Month Full-time Native Italian speaking rota Nanny/Governess required for G2.5, located in Moscow, £3000 - £4000 per month. Start September. A highly recommended Russian family is seeking an energetic, professional, caring and experienced Nanny/Governess for their 2 1/2 year-old daughter to assist in her care, learning and development.  As a Nanny/Governess, you will be responsible for meeting the daily needs of the young girl; providing a high standard of care, meeting all daily needs and routines, ensuring she is reaching all age appropriate milestones and promoting all areas of development. You will be required to create engaging play, games, and activities to further development and language abilities. The family also have three other children and you will be required to provide language tuition, home work assistance and mentoring. The children range from 7 - 16 year in age. The ideal candidate will have relevant childcare qualifications and at least 2 years of experience working with young children in private households, They will be friendly, active and energetic as well as confident in building strong relationships and rapport to support and care for the child and meet her educational needs. The candidate must be fluent in the Italian language and be willing to provide classes to the whole family to develop their abilities. The working schedule will be two weeks on and two weeks off on a rota basis. This is a live in position while on duty and you will provide 24-hour care during your shift. The family travels internationally and you will be required to travel with them with flexibility required.  Interviews taking place ASAP with the position commencing in September. Salary on offer is from £3000 - £4000 per month and will depend on the skills and qualifications of the candidate.  Flights or accommodation in Moscow will be discussed during the interview. Please note, you are paid for your shift off Package: Salary from £3000 - £4000 per month Working schedule will be 2 weeks on/2 weeks off Live in position during working shift International travel Requirements: Qualified & Experienced Italian speaking Nanny/Governess Professional, friendly, energetic and fun Available to start September
Duke & Duchess Moscow, Russia Full time
Jul 13, 2019
£700 - £900 weekly
Location:  London, UK Type:  Permanent Salary:  £700 - £900 Per Week Full-time Native French rota Nanny required for G10-months, located in Hampstead, London £700 - £900 net per week. Start ASAP. A Russian family residing in Hampstead is seeking an energetic and friendly Nanny to care for their 10-month-old daughter. As a Nanny, you will be responsible for meeting the daily needs of all the young girl; providing a high standard of care, meeting all daily needs and routines, ensuring she is reaching all age appropriate milestones and promoting all areas of development. You will be required to create engaging play, games, and activities to further development and language abilities. The young girl has an older sister aged 5, you will be required to spend time with her and incorporate her in some fun activities. The ideal candidate will have relevant childcare qualifications and at least 4 years of experience working with young children in private households, They will be friendly, active and energetic as well as confident in building strong relationships and rapport to support and care for the child and meet her educational needs. Fluent in French is essential. The working schedule will be 24/5 covering 5 days on/off on rota basis. This is a live in position while on duty with a private apartment provided on the family's grounds. Flexibility to travel with the family. Interviews taking place ASAP Package: Salary from £700 - £900 per week Working schedule will be 24/5 covering 5 days on/off basis 4 weeks paid holiday Live in position with a private apartment provided International travel Requirements: Qualified & Experienced Native French Nanny Professional, friendly, sporty and fun Available to start ASAP
Duke & Duchess London, UK Rota
Jul 12, 2019
£11.00 - £12.00 hourly
Job Type Part Time Nanny Location London, Merton Salary £11 to £12 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages Greek Education 1 year Driver Yes Working Days Tuesday, Wednesday Working Hours 08:00 - 20:00 A family in Merton, London is looking for a Part Time Live out Nanny to care for their lovely toddler. The Nanny will be required 2 days per week, approximately 25 hours per week, ideally Wednesday and Thursday, flexibility for additional hours is advantageous for this role. A valid first aid qualification is essential for this position. Someone who speaks Greek is essential for this position. Newborn care experience would be ideal as the family is expecting a baby but this is not a must. The Part-Time Nanny will be responsible for Looking after the child’s needs, welfare, development, health and safety Supervision of the child at all times in your care Taking the child to and from activities and play dates Changing nappies, cleaning and sterilising bottles Bathing the child and preparing for nap time or bedtime routine The Nanny will also be required to do light childcare housekeeping duties such as, Weekly grocery and household shopping, stocking up on food and supplies Running errands when needed Helping to prepare meals, serving and clearing up Washing and ironing child's clothes They would need someone to start in September. 
Little Ones London London, UK Part time
Jul 12, 2019
£12.00 - £15.00 hourly
Job Type Part Time Housekeeper Location London, Camden Salary £12 to £15 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Working Days Monday, Wednesday, Friday Working Hours 08:00 - 12:00 Camden, London Part-Time Live out Housekeeper is needed by a family to help them maintain their household/property. The Housekeeper would be required 3 days a week, ideally Monday, Wednesday and Friday, approximately 10 to 15 hours per week with some flexibility. The Housekeeper would be responsible for loading the dishwasher/ doing the dishes dusting furniture freshening the rooms doing the laundry and ironing of the family, dusting, hoovering the carpets and floors, ensuring all bedrooms are always clean, polishing floor, preparing simple yet healthy and delicious meals for the family and running some errands for the family such as doing grocery shopping for the family’s supplies and paying bills. The family is planning to have a dog and a cat in the future so someone who is pet-friendly would be ideal. The family would like someone to start as soon as possible. 
Little Ones London London, UK Part time
Jul 12, 2019
£400 - £500 weekly
Job Type Live In Nanny Housekeeper Location Egham, Surrey Salary £400 to £500 per Week (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English MT Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Friday Working Hours 07:00 - 20:00 A family living in Egham are searching for a Live In Nanny Housekeeper to help take care of their two school aged children and maintain a clean and tidy household. The hours for this position would be Monday to Friday, 7am to 8pm, with breaks throughout the day. The Nanny Housekeeper would be asked to: get the children ready for school in the morning prepare meals such as breakfast organising the laundry and ironing dusting and mopping the floors assisting with their homework keeping the laundry neat and tidy cooking meals for them doing arts and crafts together taking them to afterschool activities and playdates assisting with the evening routine organising their school bags and clothes for the next day The Nanny Housekeeper would be provided with their own double bedroom and bathroom on your own floor of the household. The family would like to hire in September. Traveling with the family is optional.
Little Ones London Egham, UK Full time
Jul 12, 2019
£12.00 - £14.00 hourly
Job Type Afterschool Nanny Location London, Haringey Salary £12 to £14 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages Italian Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Friday Working Hours 15:30 - 18:30 Haringey, London family with a lovely toddler and baby seeks dynamic Italian speaking Afterschool Nanny to care for their little ones but the focus will be on the toddler. The working hours for this job would be Monday to Friday, approximately 15 hours per week with flexibility. This position will start off as an afterschool nanny but will become full time early next year. The family is looking for someone who can speak Italian to help the children learn the language during their early years. Someone enthusiastic, active, who loves the outdoors as the toddler is full of energy. A good cook would be ideal, someone willing to commit and be a great addition to the family. The duties for this position will be general nanny duties, such as implementing daily routines assisting with feeding, diapering preparing bottles, cleaning up taking the toddler to nursery classes sterilising milk bottles and feeding the baby milk helping with potty training playing age appropriate games taking them for walks to the park resettling the baby after feeding doing arts and crafts together supporting all aspects of their development cooking meals for the toddler ensuring they are washed, in their pyjamas and ready for bed A valid first aid qualification is needed for this position. The family would like someone to start in September. 
Little Ones London London, UK Part time
Jul 12, 2019
£450 - £550 weekly
Job Type Live In Housekeeper Location London, Greater London Salary £450 to £550 per Week (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Saturday Working Hours 07:00 - 19:00 A lovely family based in London is looking for a Full-Time Live-In Housekeeper to help maintain their property to a high standard of cleanliness. The family are looking for a Housekeeper who will be needed Monday to Saturday, full time. General duties include "but not limited to" hoovering, mopping, dusting, help with the laundry do the ironing, sorting bed linen help the family to keep the house tidy. The family would ideally like to hire someone who can travel with them but this is not a must. They are looking for someone to start as soon as possible. 
Little Ones London London, UK Full time
Jul 12, 2019
Position: NANNY Location of employment: United Kingdom City and the nearest tube or train station: London,Knightsbridge Driver: No, we do not need a driver Level of English required: AVERAGE Live in or live out: Live In Temporary or permanent: Temporary (Less than 6 months) Salary: Negotiable Tell us how many children you require care for: 1 Gender and age of your children: Boy 5 months Start date: 19.7 ti 9.8. (possible extension) Working Hours: Full time hours only Working hours: Full time 6 days per week Ideal candidate: CRB Check, First Aid, Non Smoker, Qualifications, Light House keeping Language requirements:  NONE Special requirements (please describe your ideal candidate or tell us more about what you are looking for):  We are looking for a temporary nanny to work for our returning clients. Nsnny will be required from 19.7. till .9 8. with possible extension and travel abroad. Parents would like the nanny to be flexible when it comes to working hours. All childcare related duties.
Royal Nannies London, UK Temporary