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  When preparing for your childcare interview it's normal to feel a little stressed: this will be unlike interviews for roles in other industries, and on top of that, you've got a whole family to impress! Luckily we've done the research and put together some information to help you prepare for your next nanny, governess or babysitting interview, as well as tips that will hopefully leave you feeling a bit more confident. Getting there Find out the route to where your interview is going to take place. If it's going to be at their house make sure that you know how to get there by whatever means that you are planning on using, and plan to arrive at least 10/15 minutes early. You can always wait outside in your car until nearer the time, but arriving at their door at least 5 minutes before the interview will show the parents that you are serious about the prospect of becoming their nanny and that they can rely on you. What to bring Remember to bring with you anything that the parents have asked to see. This could include: your CV, references and their contact details, any relevant certificates (education, CPR etc) and a printed background check or the information that they need to access it. Bring along anything else that you think might be relevant, or let them know about the official documents that you do have and ask whether they would like you to bring a copy round or email it over. This can be a little less overwhelming for parents who might otherwise just be concerned about how well you get along with their children! At the interview The interview might take place with just one or both parents, but there's a good chance that the kids will be around to test you in their own way. If you're preparing for a childcare interview, it's likely that you have spent time interacting with children and enjoy spending time with them. So if the kids are around, you shouldn't have any problems! Give them the opportunity to get to know you, spend a little time engaging with them in play or conversation, and just be yourself. That's the person that you're going to be throughout your new childcare role, and the parents are likely to be looking for somebody that is personable and kind as well as a mature and responsible for their children to spend time with. This is also important to remember when deciding what to wear to your interview, keep it fairly smart but approachable – your prospective employers are not looking for a PA. Keep in mind that childcare interviews with a family can branch off into casual conversation and chit-chat, so don't plan anything after the interview that might mean that you have to leave early – be prepared to spend at least an hour there and let the parents guide the length of time that you stay there. The questions When hiring someone to care for their children, parents may ask you questions in an interview style, or embedded into conversation. Either way, these are some of the questions that you'll want to be prepared for: What experience do you have in childcare? How would you solve a dispute between our children? What would you do in an emergency? What activities might you do with my children? Do you have a preferred age to work with? What do you do in your free time? What are your plans for the future? As well as these questions, they might ask you about your availability, schedule, and whether you're able to help out last minute or do occasional extra babysitting. Make sure that you give detailed answers to your questions, and be ready with your own questions too! Having your own questions will let the parents know that you are ready and willing to become a part of their family, and that you respect the parents' primary role in raising their children.   Here are a few questions that you might want to ask: Are there any house rules that are in place? How do they want you to help keep these rules in place? (have a look at our previous post on laying the ground rules) What will be expected of you? Is the job solely about childcare, or are you required to help with homework, prepare meals or do some light cleaning? Do you follow any religion? Do you or the children have any allergies? Are there any recurrent behavioural issues ? What are your children’s favourite activities? Once it's over You could follow up with a text or email (depending on how you have been communicating) to thank them for their time and let them know that you look forward to hearing from them. Even if you think that you've found the perfect family to work for it's important to keep applying, they may well find somebody who can fit in easier with their family routine or who has a qualification that they consider to be important. Try and relax before your childcare interview, it's as much about your qualities on paper as it is about you as a person. Families will be looking for somebody that they are happy to have around the house and who their children like and respect, so smile, be yourself, and don't be too disappointed if your first interview doesn't turn out in the way that you hoped it would. This will just be great experience and practice for the next time! If you’re keen for more job interview tips, check out our post on how to ensure your interview gets you the childcare or education job you want . 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!
Laying and implementing the ground rules can be difficult in your role as a nanny, and is a common concern for many people working in childcare. You'll want to make sure that you respect the wishes of the parents that you work for, whilst ensuring that the children in your care respect your authority and decision making. Here are a few tips about how to effectively lay and encourage your charges to follow the ground rules.   Work with the parents The most important thing when deciding on rules and disciplinary action is that you work with the parents. Sharing the views of the parents that you work for is vital and ensures that you will reduce the likelihood of any conflict in how you go about treating any difficult behaviour. Always be open with the parents and if you're unsure, ask! It is most likely the case that your charges already have house and behaviour rules in place, so if this is something that you haven't discussed with your employers then set a time to do this. It's probably best that you don't create your own rules, but if there is a rule that you feel may be particularly important for your charges to respect during their time spent with you then ask the parents how they feel about this, and make sure that you inform the children about the new rules together.   Talk about the rules Take the time to sit down with your charges and discuss the ground rules that are already in place, and any that the parents have agreed for you to add. This way the children will be aware that you are familiar with the behaviour and actions that are expected at home, and are less likely to push the boundaries and 'test' you. You could ask the children to write the rules out and maybe add a couple of their own reasonable rules to help them feel more involved with the process. Once they are written out, you will all have a reference point for the behaviour that is expected as well as any jobs that the children should be doing around the house – this can make it much easier to implement rules!   Have respect The surest way to ensure that the ground rules are adhered to is by earning respect from your charges, and giving them respect in return. To gain their respect you will need trust: take the time to show them that they can trust you to be honest and fair as their caregiver.   Responding to rule breaking The actions that you take when responding to naughty behaviour and rule breaking is something that you will need to discuss with the parents – you'll want to find out whether 'time out' or a punishment (such as withdrawing TV time or internet access) is something that the parents are happy with. If parents have already got disciplinary procedures in place, it's best that you stick to these so that there is some consistency.  Try to be non-emotional in your responses to rule breaking, and reward good behaviour over being negative and critical of bad behaviour. If one child refuses to help load the dishwasher, praise the child that is helping – children crave attention and positive reinforcement, so this is a more effective way to ensure that your charges abide by the house rules. If your charges are young, it's important to remember that they have very little control over their emotions, so simply remain calm in response to a temper tantrum – disciplinary action will only make the problem worse, and it's best to wait until the episode is over. If you're working as a governess and caring for more than one child, it's likely that at some point you will come across disputes regarding an object and a reluctance to share. Give the children time and support in coming to their own solution, and if unable to do so then simply remove the object until they can. This helps to involve the child in the outcome of the situation, and can be a good way to avoid the same conflict next time.   Make it fun If there is a time of day that you find particularly tricky to get through, try making it fun for the kids. If it's the lead up to bedtime, create a before bed 'to do' list and ask the children to tick each task off as they complete it. Maybe it's the after dinner mess that your charges are reluctant to help with...try setting a timer and see whether they can clear the table and load the dishwasher within a certain time. You can also find reward charts to encourage task completion and exemplary behaviour here . As a childcare provider hoping to implement good behaviour, the best thing that you can do is to remain kind, loving and consistent in your role. Your charges will look to you as more of an equal than they do their parents, so be their friend, show them that you respect them, and in return it is much more likely that they will follow the ground rules. 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!
When it’s holiday time and you’re caring for the kids while their mums and dads are busy at work, it can be taxing on any nanny to try to dream up new and exciting ideas to engage them. They need entertainment, but of course you don’t want to let them loose on the iPads just yet . You can’t take them out for ice cream all the time, so how about getting them to learn something and have fun while doing it? Here are 7 fun ways your charges can learn under your watchful eye these summer holidays!   Blind them with science Not literally, of course. Depending on the ages of the children, you can choose science kits that suit their needs. You can order crystal growing, geodes, science volcanoes and even slime on Amazon -  choose next day delivery and your kids will have a great time learning about science in a hands-on way.   Take them to see music or the arts Learning isn’t all about studying from books or memorizing facts. One of the best ways to get your charges to learn something is to bring them to a cultural event like a jazz concert, dance performance, or even an art exhibition . Ask them questions to engage them with the material such as what instruments are being used, the styles of art you’re viewing, and so on. If you want to make it more academic, encourage them to write a short report after the show!   Play a game of chess While this surely won’t work on younger children, elementary-aged kids can learn the basics of this classic game. It teaches strategy and how to think critically, something that is wonderful for young minds. Try downloading and printing some simple chess puzzles to help your charges grasp the basic moves of the game. Design your own game Kids of any age will adore this idea, though arguably, younger ones will need you to work with them. Older ones can busy themselves dreaming up ideas in their rooms and presenting them to you during teatime. Let them design their own board games and then, the real fun begins when you get to play them together. It allows them to explore their creativity while coming up with logical rules to devise the game.    Cook dinner together for Mum and Dad Cooking is such a fun way for kids to learn! Even little ones can get in on the fun. It’s also very scientific, especially if you’re baking. You can teach them how to measure and have them follow the recipes , not to mention proper kitchen safety. Plus, you’ll have help getting food on the table and that will make everyone happy; for picky kids, encouraging cooking their own food is a great way to ensure that they eat what they make. Create a mini-book club Reading is a learning activity that never goes out of style. But instead of commanding your charges to go and read for a spell, take them to the library and have them select a book to read. Read it too and assign a reasonable number of pages to cover in a designated time frame, then discuss it together.    Make art And finally, one of our favourite ways to sneak some learning in with the fun is to have the kids create art. Allow them to try to imitate Mum and Dad’s painting over the mantel or devise their own artful cover for a favourite book or DVD. If you can’t handle mess from paint, allow them to design it digitally.  With these fun learning ideas to use over holiday, kids won’t even notice they’re learning; that’s the best way to make it stick! 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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Latest Childcare Jobs

Aug 23, 2019
£3,000 - £4,000 monthly
Location:  London, UK Type:  Permanent Salary:  £3,000 - £4,000 Per Month Full-time Native English speaking rota Nanny required for G2, located in London, £3000 - £4000 per month. Start ASAP. A Russian family residing in London is seeking an energetic, professional and experienced Nanny to care for their 2-year-old daughter.  As a Nanny, 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 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. A medical background/experience would be beneficial to your application The working schedule will be working two weeks on/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 regularly to Moscow and Europe and the candidate must be flexible to be able to travel with them.  Interviews taking place ASAP Salary on offer is from £3000 - £4000 per month and will depend on the skills and qualifications of the candidate.  Package: Salary from £3000 - £4000 per month Working schedule will be two weeks on/ two weeks off Live in position during working shift International travel Requirements: Qualified & Experienced English speaking Nanny Professional, friendly, sporty and fun Available to start ASAP
Duke & Duchess London, UK Rota
Aug 23, 2019
£750 - £1,300 weekly
Location:  Moscow, Russia Type:  Permanent Salary:  £750 - £1,300 Per Week Full-time English speaking Rota Nanny required for twins aged 5 months, located in Moscow, £750 - £1300 per week. Start ASAP.   A lovely Indian family residing in Moscow is seeking a rota Nanny to care for their two girls.   As a Nanny, you will be required to promote the children’s general development along with meeting all their basic daily needs (feeding, sleep routines). In addition to this, you will be required to keep their nursery clean and tidy at all times.   The family already have a Russian nanny who will continue to support you in your role. You will be required to work as a team to ensure the two young girls have the best possible upbringing.   The ideal candidate will be a qualified nanny holding relevant childcare qualifications.  Have a solid understanding of child development, be calm, energetic and have a natural ability with children.   The family travel internationally on a regular basis and spend the winters in Dubai and some of the summer in Europe. You will be required to travel with them.   The working schedule is 4 days on 4 days off working in rotation with the other nanny. You will be working a 24-hour shift for the 4 days. Flexibility will be required when travelling.   This is a live out position with a private apartment provided for the nanny within the same building as the family.   This position is only suitable to a candidate already based in Moscow   This position is to commence ASAP   Package:   £750 - £1300 per week Rota 4 days on/off Live out position with private apartment   Requirements:   English speaking Nanny Qualified and experienced Solid understanding of child development Available to start ASAP
Duke & Duchess Moscow, Russia Rota
Aug 23, 2019
£30.00 - £50.00 hourly
Location:  London, UK Type:  Permanent Salary:  £30.00 - £50.00 Per Hour Part-time Native English Tutor required for G9 and B6 in London, £30- £50 per hour, Start August.   A lovely family based in North London is seeking a qualified and educated tutor for their two children.   As a Tutor, you will be required to work with both children to support their studies at school. The young girl will soon be having exams; therefore, she will need to be prepared for these.   The ideal Tutor will be energetic, fun and friendly. Ideally, the candidate will be a qualified Teacher (PGCE/QTS/CELTA) with extensive teaching experience and experience of entry exams in London’s top schools.   The family are only considering candidates who can commit for a long period.   The working schedule will be 3 days a week Monday from 4 pm – 8 pm and two other evenings from 4 pm – 7 pm. The hours will be extended next year increasing to 4 or 5 days per week.   This position is ideally suited to candidates already located in London   Package:   Salary £30- £50 per hour Long-term position   Requirements:   Experienced qualified Teacher (PGCE/QTS/CELTA) Creative, energetic, enthusiastic, patient, professional Experienced with entry exams. Available to start August
Duke & Duchess London, UK Part time
Aug 23, 2019
£12.00 hourly
Bow, E3 Position: Nanny-Housekeeper Duration: Permanent Hours: Part-Time Type: Live-out Start date: ASAP Reference: 3248 Salary: £12/h net Location: Bow, E3 Schedule: Monday to Friday, 2pm - 7pm (flexible to work a little later once a month when mother is working abroad) Start: ASAP Salary: £12 net per hour Children: two girls aged 5 years and 1.5 months Duties: - general nanny housekeeping duties - 1 to 2 hours of housekeeping before picking up the children from school (approx.10 minute walk), taking to clubs and activities, preparing meals, bath and bedtime routine - housekeeping mainly focusing on family's laundry, washing and ironing as family already employ a cleaner once a week Candidate: - good level of English - experience with children's ages
myTamarin Childcare Matchmaker London, UK Part time
Aug 23, 2019
£11.00 hourly
Clapham, SW4 Position: After-School Nanny Duration: Permanent Hours: Part-Time Type: Live-out Start date: ASAP Reference: 3277 Salary: £11/h net Location: Clapham, SW4 Schedule: Monday to Friday, 3:15pm to 7:30pm (approx. 21 hours) Start: ASAP Salary £11 net per hour Children: aged 10 and 8 years old Duties: - general after school duties - picking up from school, taking to clubs and activities, preparing meals, helping with homework Candidate: - good level of English (fluent in French as well is a bonus) - self starter - developmentally focused - outdoorsy and active
myTamarin Childcare Matchmaker London, UK Part time
Aug 23, 2019
Postion ISLINGTON N1: Daily Nanny (G4 and N-B due Aug 2019) Location ISLINGTON + travel: Sept start ££££ Description September start for our Islington-based clients, who are seeking a really great,  D aily Nanny  to work for their busy family.  Family both work in the creative industry so their schedule is varied and also involves travel.   There is a gorgeous girl aged 4 years who will be starting full time school in September and a new baby who is due late August 2019.  The position will be daily 07.45/08.00 am through 18.45/19.00 Monday to Friday also one babysit per week between Monday and Thursday.  Due to the nature of mother's work, there are times that the mother would be working overseas for 2/3 months, so they would like the nanny to be available to travel with them for periods of time.  This should mainly be centered around the school holidays. However, there may be some proxy parenting required, for additional salary. Its very important to the parents that the nanny continues to arrange play dates, social activities with other nannies, as baby grows, age appropriate activities, classes etc.  Once the older sister commences school, nanny will have baby in the mornings, so can plan a schedule that works around school etc.  Nanny should be flexible and grounded and open to visiting new places when family are working overseas, Excellent salary available for nanny who is experienced with newborns as family are having a night nurse only so experience and confidence with newborns very important.  Also happy to assist with weaning and developmental stages.  Sole Charge Shared Live In or Daily Daily Accommodation supplied when on duty Driver No Use of Car No
Nannies of St James London, UK Full time
Aug 23, 2019
Postion MAYFAIR: Trained, Live-in Baby Nanny (G8, B6 & B8 mths) Location MAYFAIR W1 + travel: Sept start ££££ + sep accmd. Description September start in MAYFAIR:   A gorgeous separate apartment is provided by our lovely long-standing clients located in the heart of Mayfair.  We are looking for an experienced, trained Norland nanny to care for the gorgeous babyl, a boy, currently 8 months old.  Family are looking for someone to start in September. The family have had great success with Norlanders, (our last Norlander was with the family for 4 years) and they do like their ethos & qualification, so a Norland-style candidate would be highly desirable.   The hours the nanny will be working will be Monday to Friday 7am - 7pm.     There are two older children, a girl now 8 and  boy aged 6 years who are both at school.  There is a driver for the family and nanny will be predominantly be caring for the baby, but of course will get involved in the occasional school run with the driver etc and planning and organising activities etc.  Baby is in a great routine. There is also a full time housekeeper employed.  Family do love to travel in the school holidays, so nanny should be happy to travel and be able to prepare all the baby's clothes for holidays etc. Destinations when travelling most likely Europe.  Nanny will be provided with a separate apartment which is 5 - 10 mins walk away from the family's home.  Sole Charge Sole Live In or Daily Live-in Accommodation Sep apt for nanny. Driver No Use of Car No
Nannies of St James London, UK Full time
Aug 23, 2019
Postion FULHAM: Experienced, s/charge, Daily Nanny (B4y, B3y & G7m) Location FULHAM SW6: October start (driver essential) Description We are seeking an  experienced, Daily Nanny  to take sole charge of 3 adorable children in Fulham. There are two boys aged 4.5 and 3 years, both at full time school and day nursery and a baby girl, currently 7 months old.  Both parents are barristers, so super busy, mother will be returning to work in January 2020. Nanny should have a keen interest in developmental and age appropriate activities for the baby and also the continued educational development of the boys.  The children have a very active social life in the area which is flooded with young families and nannies and also excellent parks, a variety of classes for the baby and also for after school classes for the boys.  Driver essential, both automatic and manual. A lovely relaxed English family who are seeking a calm, fun and organised nanny to care for their family.  Hours will be 7.030 - 18.30/19.00 Monday to Friday.  Interviews in September for an October start.  Sole Charge Sole Live In or Daily Daily Accommodation N/A Driver Yes Use of Car Yes
Nannies of St James London, UK Full time
Aug 23, 2019
£10.00 - £12.00 hourly
Job Type Part Time Housekeeper Location London, Kensington Salary £10 to £12 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Working Days Wednesday - Saturday Working Hours 09:00 - 15:00 A family in Kensington, London is looking for a professional and reliable Part-Time Housekeeper to maintain their household and be in charge of looking after their property. The working hours of this position would ideally be approximately 30 hours per week, 4 days a week, Saturday is included and the family is flexible with the working days and hours. Someone who's a confident cook and can follow simple recipes would be advantageous for this position. The family would like the candidate to travel with the family for 6 weeks in France, all paid and the client will offer a bigger salary for that time but this is not a must. The responsibilities would be 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, 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. They would like someone to start as soon as possible. 
Little Ones London London, UK Part time
Aug 23, 2019
£10.00 - £12.00 hourly
Job Type Afterschool Nanny Location London, Chelsea Salary £10 to £12 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Friday Working Hours 15:15 - 19:15 A family is looking for a French-speaking Live Out Afterschool Nanny to join the family to help them in looking after their two school-aged children. The working hours for this role will be Monday to Thursday, approximately 20 hours per week. The family is looking for someone reliable, friendly and who is willing to come on board as soon as possible. The duties for this position will be, school pickups, washing and dressing them, preparing healthy meals and snacks, feeding them, helping them with homework, doing after school activities, arranging age-appropriate activities, playing with them, taking them to various playdates, preparing them for bed and reading them stories. Someone who speaks French would be ideal for this role to help the children communicate well using the language. Some light housekeeping duties will also be required such as food shopping locally and also some ironing and cleaning here and there. A valid first aid qualification is needed for this role. 
Little Ones London London, UK Part time
Aug 23, 2019
£11.00 - £14.00 hourly
Job Type Nanny Location London, Richmond Salary £11 to £14 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages German Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Friday Working Hours 07:00 - 19:00 Full-Time German-speaking Nanny sought to care for a lovely toddler and two school-aged children in Richmond, London. The working hours for this job would be full-time from Monday to Friday. The family is open for both live in and live out candidates. They are looking for someone sporty and active as the children are very energetic. Someone who is structured and will be able to keep up the children's manners, someone loving, warm and caring is a must too. Nice accommodation will be provided for a live-in candidate, own bedroom and bathroom in the loft of the house. Family seeks someone who speaks German to help the children communicate well using the language. Duties for this position would include   assisting with bath time routine, dressing the children, feeding them, cleaning them up after every meal, taking them to playdates, preparing various age-appropriate activities, playing with them, helping the other children with homework, making sure they are always happy and safe, changing nappies and helping the little one with potty/toilet training, teaching general life skills, such as basic hygiene and manners Light housekeeping such as laundry and ironing after the children, cleaning up after the meals, maintaining the children's room and play areas tidy at all times, A valid first aid qualification is essential for this position. The family would like someone to start as soon as possible. 
Little Ones London London, UK Full time
Aug 22, 2019
£1,000 weekly
Location:  Saudi Arabia Type:  Permanent Salary:  £1,000 Per Week Full-time English speaking Governess for G7 located in Saudi Arabia, salary £1000 + per week, start ASAP.   A lovely family residing in Saudi Arabia is seeking a well-educated, calm, energetic English-speaking Governess to assist with their young girl’s development and academic studies.   The young girl is achieving great results at school; she is fluent in English and is very bright. The family has recently had a few changes and the girl’s behavior has deteriorated over the last 6 months. The family is looking for a mature, sensible candidate to be able to guide and mentor her.   As a Governess, you will provide an array of engaging activities to the girl, plan classes, assist with schoolwork, collect to and from school and escort to extra curriculum classes. You will assist with general care: sharing mealtimes, promoting good behavior, teaching etiquette and encouraging independence.   The ideal candidate will be a qualified teacher familiar with the British curriculum who has experience of working in Saudi Arabia. It is essential the candidate has a background in psychology.   The working schedule will be 5 days per week with two days off. The main working hours will be after school until bedtime. You may be required to assist from time to time in the mornings before school.   International travel required.   This is a live-in position with a private room provided.   Salary on offer is £1000+ per week   Package: Salary £1000+ per week Live-in position International travel Paid 4 weeks holiday   Requirements: English speaking Governess Qualified, professional and experienced Governess Background in psychology Available to start ASAP
Duke & Duchess Saudi Arabia Full time
Aug 22, 2019
£0.00 - £15.00 hourly
Location:  London, UK Type:  Permanent Salary:  £15.00 Per Hour Part-time English speaking Nanny required for G3 & B5 located in Bexleyheath, London, salary £15 per hour, start ASAP A lovely British family based in Bexleyheath is looking for an experienced Nanny to care for their young children. As a Nanny, you will be responsible for the complete care of the children and perform all tasks and duties required to meet their needs. You will create a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment in which the children can thrive and develop. In addition to this, you will be required to collect the children from school each day, assist with any homework and provide educational classes based on their studies at school. The family is only considering candidates who are able to comment for a long period of time. Working schedule is Monday, Tuesday and Friday working approximately 3 - 4 hours per day from 3.30 pm Hourly rate £15 Start ASAP
Duke & Duchess London, UK Part time
Aug 22, 2019
£600 weekly
Native English speaking governess is needed for Boy 8 and Girl 5 living in Skolkovo, the nearest m.Slavyanskiy Bulvar. The girl is a beginner in English. The boy learns English at school but he needs practice. The main duties are teaching English and developing speaking, reading, writing and comprehension skills. You will combine sit-down lessons with an interactive approach, walks and games. We are looking for a qualified and experienced governess residing in Moscow with her own accommodation and valid visa. The schedule is 25 hours a week: Tuesday-Saturday from 17.00 till 22.00. Sunday and Monday are days off. Salary is negotiable from £600 per week. Responsibilities • Teach English in an interactive manner • Prepare sit-down lessons • Indoor and outdoor activities Conditions • The job will start ASAP • Location – Skolkovo, the nearest metro Slavyanskiy Bulvar • The schedule is 25 hours a week, 5 days a week, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday from 17.00 till 22.00. Sunday and Monday are days off. • Salary from £600 per week (negotiable). • Accommodation is not provided Requirements • Native English speaker, female • Moscow based with her own accommodation and valid visa • Teaching qualifications • Experience with similar ages • Excellent references
Gouverneur International Moscow, Russia Full time
Aug 22, 2019
£49.00 hourly
We are looking for a native English speaking Nanny for a girl aged 2,5 living in Zhukovka. Duties will include teaching English in an interactive manner and through various language-oriented activities.The schedule is 2 days per week 2 hours a day, Monday and Wednesday from 11.00 till 13.00. Salary from 60$ per hour. We are looking for a native English speaker, kind, caring nanny with teaching or childcare qualifications and a sense of humour, experienced with children of this age and good checkable recommendations. Description Responsibilities Teach English in an interactive manner Conditions Location – Zhukovka Schedule – 2 days per week for 2 hours a day: Monday, Wednesday from 11.00 till 13.00 Salary – 60$ p/h Requirements Native English Speaker Female Teaching or childcare qualifications Experience with children of the same age Good checkable recommendations
Gouverneur International Moscow, Russia Part time
Aug 22, 2019
£49.00 hourly
September start! We are looking for a native English tutor part-time for Girl 4 and Girl 2, living near m. Kaluzhskaya. Your responsibilities will be to teach them English from zero in an interactive manner, making your lessons fun and enjoyable. The girls are lively and smart kids. The lessons will be 2 times a week for 1,5 hours on weekdays starting after 16.00. It’s 20 min walk from m.Kaluzhskaya or 7 min by public transport. In about 6 months the family will move houses to metro Leninsky prospect, walking distance from the metro. The pay is 60+ USD per hour. We are looking for a qualified native English teacher, male or female, a fun and outgoing person, who will be able to motivate the children and make English their favorite subject. Description Responsibilities Teaching English through iteractive lessons, including games and other activities Conditions  Schedule: 2 times a week for 1,5 hours Weekdays starting after 16.00 Salary $60+ per hour M. Kaluzhskaya Start in September Requirements Native English speaker Teaching experience with children of this age  Teaching qualifications would be a plus Fun and flexible person
Gouverneur International Moscow, Russia Part time
Aug 22, 2019
£12.00 - £13.00 hourly
Job Type Nanny Location London, Greater London Salary £12 to £13 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Friday Working Hours 08:00 - 17:00 Full-Time Nanny is needed by a family in London for a Live Out role to help them look after their baby. There might be some travelling required and the role will be sole charge care when mum goes back to work. A valid First Aid qualification is essential. The working hours for this role will be from Monday to Friday, full time with some flexibility. Someone who has an extensive baby experience is ideal for this position. They are looking for someone who is a pet-friendly as the family owns a dog. Duties would include Creating a safe, fun, secure and loving environment for the child Washing and bathing child as well as changing nappies Preparing bottles of milk for the baby Implementing daily routines Feeding, diapering, helping with nap times Preparing bottles, cleaning up Doing child's laundry Tidying up child's room Organising and cleaning the child's play area The Nanny will also be responsible for doing some light childcare housekeeping such as 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. The family would like someone to start by the end of September.
Little Ones London London, UK Full time
Aug 22, 2019
£11.00 - £13.00 hourly
Job Type Nanny-housekeeper Location London, Chelsea Salary £11 to £13 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Friday Working Hours 18:00 - 22:00 A Full-Time Live-out Nanny Housekeeper is needed by a family in Chelsea, London to look after their baby and maintain their property. The Nanny Housekeeper would be required to work Monday to Friday, full time. Someone who's flexible to work during the weekends would be ideal but not a must. Duties would include preparing bottles of milk for child implementing daily routines assisting with feeding, diapering preparing bottles, cleaning up bathing and dressing the child supporting all aspects of the child's development keeping the bedrooms and play area neat and tidy organising the laundry and ironing loading the dishwasher polishing floor, and preparing simple yet healthy and delicious meals for the family The Nanny Housekeeper must be able to do errands such as paying bills and doing grocery shopping for the family. The family would like the Nanny Housekeeper to start as soon as possible. Someone who's pet-friendly would be ideal as they own a small dog. Someone with a valid first aid qualification is essential.
Little Ones London London, UK Full time
Aug 22, 2019
£11.00 - £13.00 hourly
Job Type Part Time Nanny Housekeeper Location London, Hackney Salary £11 to £13 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Thursday Working Hours 13:00 - 18:00 A family is looking for a Live Out Part Time Nanny Housekeeper in Hackney, London to help them care for their toddler and school-aged child and help in maintaining their household. The working hours would be Monday to Friday, 16 to 20 hours per week. It's a bonus if the candidate can work extra hours during half terms. They need someone with experience in dual-focused roles and can work with minimal supervision. A valid first aid qualification is needed for this role. The Nanny Housekeeper will be responsible for nannying and housekeeping duties such as preparing meals for the children supporting all aspects of their development keeping their bedrooms and play area neat and tidy organising the laundry and ironing setting feeding and nap times playing both fun and educational games changing them when needed loading the dishwasher taking them for walks to the local park or high street ensuring they are washed and ready for bed at the end of the day The family would like the Part-Time Nanny Housekeeper to start as soon as possible 
Little Ones London London, UK Part time
Aug 22, 2019
£4,600 monthly
Location:  Hong Kong Type:  Permanent Salary:  £4,600 Per Month Full-time House Manager required for high profile homes in Hong Kong, £4600 per month. Live in. Start ASAP   A known client in Hong Kong is searching for an exceptional House manager to head their team of staff and oversee the running of their homes in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Yinchuan City.   As a House Manager, you will be responsible for the overall management of the family homes and meeting the family needs; maintenance, security, cleaning and scheduling of service contractors. Duties will also include managing the current team in place. You will greet and care for guests and be responsible for wardrobe management and packing for trips.   The family seeks a candidate working to British standards, who has an eye for detail, excellent presentation and who remains professional at all times.   The ideal candidate will have strong communication, organisational and management skills with the ability to multi-task. 3 years + experience in a similar position is required along with a Hospitality Degree.   The working schedule will be 5 days on with two days off, working from 10 am – 7 pm daily. Flexibility is required.   This is a live-out position with a living allowance provided each month of £1600.     Package: Salary on offer £4600 per month 5-day working schedule Live-out position with an allowance of £1600 per month Flights and visa provided 15 days paid holiday   Requirements: Professional House Manager Working to British standards Great team leader, interpersonal and management skills 3 years + experience Hospitality Degree.
Duke & Duchess Hong Kong Full time