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Kids love being outside. The outdoors is their natural playground. It enables them to explore themselves, their friendships and the world around them. More and more early years providers are adding elements of a Forest School approach to their structure. It is a great way of gently introducing them to the wonders of the natural world - and a respite from long days inside a nursery or pre-school. Insects, mud, trees, flowers, colours, walking and fire are the order of the day here. You name it, they will love it.  So, what are some of the benefits of this approach?   Fresh air Granted, pure fresh air is hard to come by in major towns and cities, but this doesn’t stop toddlers and children being able to experience the sense of breathing fresh, cold air during a cold winter’s day. Compared to previous generations, children are spending longer, and longer periods of time cooped up inside – especially during the winter months -- where their body becomes accustomed to central heating. Allowing their body to experience different temperatures at different times of year whilst out breathing fresh air could help fend of viruses.    Connecting with nature it is well known that being outside in natural surroundings can bring us fantastic physical and mental benefits as human beings. This still runs true with children in early years. Some may not have experienced many opportunities with nature, so exposing them to it from an early age may persuade them to seek it out throughout their life as a child and later as an adult. Simply allowing them to be present in an outdoor environment will increase their concentration, focus and the beginning stages of being able to appreciate the world in which they live.    Developing their senses Being outside utilises our human senses. Even more so than for little children. They are learning how their senses operate and what they mean for them as people. When they are young, senses can be very sensitive, so what better way to explore them than being outside? Being able to touch and play with various consistencies and materials such as plants, dirt and wood will intrigue their brains. Connections will be made to new textures. Curiosity will begin.  Being outside during season changes such as Spring and Autumn will expose them to beautiful colours and smells. Once again curiosity will follow. Why do leaves fall? Why do they change colour? They may ask. Just the simple sniff of a daffodil may conjure up some imagination in their tiny minds.  Going for a long walk in the local woods will treat them to tremendous noises. They may see and hear insects and animals they have never seen or heard before. A butterfly may land on their friend’s coat, queue a crowd of intrigued kids gathering around.    Teamwork Teaching them to work together as part of a team will stand them in good stead for when they begin formal education and beyond. Learning how to gather material in order to build a fire can teach them the concept of being unable to enjoy themselves until the important things are complete.  Pairing off or being in small teams in order to complete an outdoor task can be exciting for their young minds. It can spur their imaginations into life a little more than whether they are inside sat at a table. 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!
Whether you are considering working with children and young people in a residential setting as a full-time employee or as a member of bank staff, it is a good idea to inform yourself on what to expect.   Desire to improve the outcomes of service users. Just because children and young people are in residential care, does not mean they have any less ambition and expectations than somebody who is not.  Knowing their strengths and finding a way to work together to develop the youngsters will help them strive toward reaching their targeted goals.  Giving them a voice when they find communication very difficult or unheard, helps them realise they do matter. And their self-worth and esteem can increase – as can their life outcomes.    Shift work is the norm. Working with children and young people is not a Monday-Friday 9-5 role. Due to service-user needs and complexities, it will more than likely encompass a mixture of early starts, evening shifts, as well as weekend and bank holiday working. Some care agencies allow you to pick your preferred shifts, giving you that freedom to work to suit your own home life.  Local authority run settings will have set rotas to work – some of which can be negotiated at interview.  If you are looking for full-time employment, you can expect to work occasional sleep-in shifts (upon successful completion of training), where you are effectively on-call should a need arise for your attendance. This will be compensated accordingly.    Environment can be challenging at times. Working in this environment can be a hugely rewarding role. Seeing kids thrive and develop is amazing to be part of. It is worth remembering; however, these youngsters are vulnerable members of society – some may have experienced trauma or abuse of some kind. Some may have learning disabilities and struggle to make sense of the world around them. This can sometimes manifest itself in behaviour which can challenge staff members and other residents.  It is important for a worker to possess a skill to remain vigilant and respond to incidents which may require de-escalating. Thinking ahead and knowing the youngster well will stand you in good stead in being one step ahead of any possible situations occurring. Ability to empathise and remain patient is essential. You may work with children and young people who are on the autism spectrum. They will see the world differently to you. Something which you experience in your every-day life such as a sudden change of plan may be extremely difficult to cope with for somebody with Autism Spectrum Disorder. It is therefore necessary for you to be able to put yourself in to their shoes to see the world from their point of view. This will boost engagement between you both and will ultimately ensure their time spent in the residential setting become more comfortable.  A capability to just have fun. Kids who are in care will have had a tough start to their young life. They need to still experience similar things to their peers who are not in care. So, creating a fun atmosphere for them will be vitally important in allowing them to feel safe and secure in a homely environment. Expect to work 1-1 and in small groups in creating fun, engaging activities to suit their needs. Having a sense of humour is another great ingredient in making their overall experience more positive. Setting firm boundaries, but keeping things appealing will be a great starting point with your time in residential work. 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!
Working in childcare and developing cold sweats at the idea of crafting with toddlers? As a nanny , there's actually a lot of fun – albeit it with lots of mess – to be had with toddlers and art projects! Here are some craft ideas for toddlers that will keep them engaged, having fun, and making a mess.   Painting Painting is an obvious choice for a craft activity, and when done with a little help from an adult, can actually make a beautiful gift worthy of the wall of the family home! Place a piece of card with a dollop of 3 or 4 different paints into a ziplock bag – you can tape the top for good measure – and get your charge to push the paint around the bag using their hands, utensils or toys. Take another piece of card and cut a heart out of the middle, then place into a frame, placing the dried painting behind; and you've got the perfect Mother's or Father's Day gift. Use letter stamps to include a 'To... Love from...' message inside the frame.   Card making Making a card is all part of the job as a governess, and a necessity when family birthdays start to creep up. Luckily all you need is a hand or foot, and some paint. A hand or footprint can be used to make a heart, a bunch of flowers, a fish, a dinosaur, an alien, or anything that you can think up; it’s a great opportunity for you to get creative with your charges. And who cares if it turns out looking nothing like what you intended it to...the thought is still there. You could also do some fingerprint painting; check out these great ideas on Pinterest here!   Time to get messy!   Paper bag jellyfish If you or the family have any paper bags lying around, you could cut vertically from the opening until ¾ of the way up, and ask the children to paint them and stick googly eyes on to make the jellyfish. You can find a detailed explanation of how to make your jellyfish here.   Mosaic shapes Print or draw some different shapes, the best are those that the children in your care are familiar with – such as fruit, vegetables or sports equipment – and provide them with cut up pieces of paper so that they can make a mosaic! You can find a video explanation of how to do this by following this link.   Printing Use wooden blocks, cut up vegetables, sponges, or DIY your very own stamps to print paint onto paper and use as placemats at dinner time. You can find detailed instructions here .   Bubble wrap paint Get messy painting any bubble wrap that might be lying around, the family home, and then print onto paper or card for an abstract art piece. Full instructions here !   Toilet roll toy binoculars As a nanny, it's your job to utilise all of the household rubbish that could be used for craft! Paint two toilet rolls and stick or tie them together with string, and you have a pair of toy binoculars that you can take into the garden for a nature watch. There are actually loads of things you can do to 'recycle' empty toilet rolls - have a look at this great video on youtube for some ideas. Get creative with some homemade binoculars!   Stained glass window   A staple in any home with children! Find a disused plastic lid, and get your charges to decorate it by sticking on lots of different colours and sizes of tissue paper. You can even make ornaments for the Christmas tree .   Paper plate animals Ask the children to choose an animal each, and provide them with a picture. They can then paint paper plates, followed by adding limbs and faces to turn it into their favourite animal. Try and get some cotton wool or shiny paper and similar resources, and check out this link for some additional inspiration .   Nature plate Another great paper plate craft to do with toddlers! Take them to collect small garden items (think leaves, twigs and flowers), then cut the middle out of a paper plate and replace with contact paper, which the children can then stick the garden items to, and hang in front of a window.   Weekly letter craft   Write one letter of the alphabet each week onto an A4 piece of paper, the children can then decorate them with paper, paint, glitter, jewels, or even turn them into animals! You can then try asking them to name as many words as possible beginning with that letter – with a little help from you of course –, so that as well as getting crafty, you'll be helping them to get a head-start on phonics. Check out a wide selection of alphabet crafts here !   Sticker name This is a great idea for a toddler who wants to put their name onto their door in big and colourful letters. Start by writing out the child's name, then let them decorate the letters with multi-coloured stickers.   Pasta necklace This is incredibly straightforward, and makes it great for younger toddlers who can work on their motor skills whilst getting messy! Get some dried penne pasta and have them thread the pieces onto a string before painting to make their very own pasta necklace. Full instructions here !   A pasta necklace can make a great gift!   A self portrait   Get the children to lie on the floor on top of a large piece of paper, then trace them. Afterwards they can draw a face and clothes to make a self-portrait.   Paint with trucks   Great for kids who have an obsession with toy fire engines! Put some different coloured paints onto a plate for the children to drive their truck through, before driving across a piece of paper to make tire tracks. Click here for a demonstration !    When crafting with toddlers, the most important thing to remember is that you might need to make it big. If children are not yet able to contain their mess, then let them make a big one by investing in a huge reel of paper or old newspapers and heading into the garden. Using unconventional materials will keep their attention for a little longer, and by incorporating movement you'll make the most of the bounds of energy that little ones have! Go and have some fun! 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

Oct 17, 2019
£2,500 - £2,700 monthly
Hours 40-45 per week average (normal weeks fewer hours, but 1 week per month live in proxy parenting required) Job Description  We are looking for a full-time Nanny/housekeeper to start as soon as possible, to look after our 3 girls (17, 11, 8yrs old) and a little cute dog .We are living in Raynes Park close to Wimbledon (walking distance from the station/town centre  We are looking for a full-time nanny/housekeeper who can live out with the exception of 1 week a month. During this week she will be living in (own bedroom provided), sole-charge and proxy-parenting while mum attends business travels. The dad is currently working abroad.  The role will be of nanny/housekeeper, mainly taking care of our 8 & 11 year old daughters. Both schools are located on the same road and a short distance one another.  The nanny will need to drop them in the morning at 8 am and collect them after school. Our oldest daughter is totally independent in her travelling to and from school as well as in her studies.  Also part of the nanny’s duties is: supervise homework time, plan activities/playdate, prepare meals, tidy play areas etc.  As housekeeper, the duties are: keeping the house organised and clean, ironing and daily errands (the weekly shopping is done online with home delivery).  The girls are fun-loving and are great to be around. They love being active and outdoors. They are old enough to complete their homework with no help but supervision is still needed from time to time. There is plenty of time during the day to complete the normal housework duties, as the children are at school between 8am and 3.35/4pm. So a normal  day should be no more than 6-8 hours, but when mum is away the nanny housekeeper will have responsibility all day and night and be required to Live In for 1 week per month, which is reflected in the good salary of £2,600 per month. This is an interesting, varied and enjoyable role, suited to a live out nanny housekeeper who lives within 30 minutes commute and is able to live in, full time for 1 week per month as a proxy-parent. Requirements Clean DBS Good Experience Good, checkable references Fluent English preferred:Ofsted registered,  first aid certificate. Benefits Good pay Varied role experience of proxy-parenting Good professional family Active, cheerful family Ideal Candidate We are looking for an experienced Nanny, who has the following qualities: • Reliable and trustworthy • Organised and time-efficient • Fluent English • Ideally with childcare qualifications • Energetic and likes spending time outdoors • Healthy role model • Fun, friendly and warm • Intelligent and able to stimulate our children understands that the family lives in a smoke-free environment
Kinder Nannies & Staff Ltd. London SW20, UK Full time
Oct 17, 2019
£500 - £550 weekly
Job Type Live In Nanny Housekeeper Location London, Camden Salary £500 to £550 per Week (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Friday Working Hours 07:00 - 19:00 A Live-in Nanny Housekeeper is needed to care for two children in the Camden area. You will be responsible for all the nursery duties, general housekeeping and preparing meals. The working hours will be 5 days a week, full time. The family is also open to hiring someone for a Live-in Nanny role. Your duties will include: Full nursery duties Morning routine Dressing the children Afternoon routine Preparing meals Feeding the children Helping the children with hygiene Keeping home tidy Dusting, mopping, hoovering, Organising wardrobes Folding and ironing clothes Organising laundry The family also have a Live-out Nanny Housekeeper and a Part Time Nanny to help. The ideal candidate will be caring, experienced, proactive, easy-going and with a valid first aid qualification. The family are looking for a confident and proactive candidate who can start immediately.
Little Ones London Camden, London, UK Full time
Oct 17, 2019
£400 - £450 weekly
Job Type Live In Nanny Location London, Westminster Salary £400 to £450 per Week (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages Spanish Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Friday Working Hours 08:00 - 19:00 A reliable and skilled Spanish-speaking Nanny is needed in Westminster to work in a Live-In Full Time role and help a lovely family in looking after their toddler and baby. The working hours for this position will be full time from Monday to Friday. Ideally, the nanny will work on Saturday mornings as well, although this is not a must. The Nanny will be responsible for changing nappies and helping with potty/toilet training, preparing bottles of milk for the little one teaching general life skills, such as basic hygiene and manners, creating activities and playdates, preparing and administering healthy food for the little children, preparing and assisting with bath time and bedtime, reporting every activities and issue to the parents laundry, cleaning up after the meals, washing and ironing children’s clothes, ensuring children’s rooms are clean and play areas are tidy, doing the occasional errand and food shopping A valid first aid qualification is needed for this position. The family will offer a separate bedroom and a bathroom to share with the children. They would like someone to start by mid-November.
Little Ones London Westminster, London, UK Full time
Oct 17, 2019
£375 - £400 weekly
Job Type Live In Nanny Location London, Camden Salary £375 to £400 per Week (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Driver Yes Working Days Monday - Friday Working Hours 07:00 - 19:00 Live-in Full Time Nanny is needed in Camden, London to care sole charge of two school-aged children. The family are looking for an experienced candidate, someone who is friendly, outgoing and active and enjoys a healthy lifestyle. The Nanny will work from Monday to Friday, full time, with Thursday afternoon off. A valid first aid qualification is essential. The Nanny will be responsible with making sure the children are up early from bed, washing and dressing them, preparing healthy breakfast and snacks, feeding them, taking them to school and picking them up afterwards, 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. The Nanny will also be responsible for maintaining a clean environment for the children, doing laundry and ironing the children’s clothes. The family need someone who is happy to cook healthy meals from scratch for the children. A driver is needed but the school can also be walking distance from the home. The children lead busy diaries so you must be organised and on top of the day-to-day runnings of after school activities and playdates. The family also travel a lot during the school holidays. They are looking for someone to start in January.
Little Ones London Camden, London, UK Full time
Oct 17, 2019
£550 - £650 weekly
Job Type Live In Housekeeper Location Surrey, Elmbridge Salary £550 to £650 per Week (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Saturday Working Hours 07:00 - 18:00 A Full-Time Live-In Housekeeper Cook is needed by a family in the Elmbridge area to help maintain their property clean and organised and cook for their family. The Live-in Housekeeper Cook will be required to work from Monday to Saturday, full time. They are looking for someone who is organised with the tasks and can manage their time efficiently. Duties will include: 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 and cooking 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 offering a nice accommodation for the right candidate. Big preference for Tagalog speakers but not essential. The Housekeeper would need to start as soon as possible.
Little Ones London Elmbridge, UK Full time
Oct 17, 2019
£11.00 - £13.00 hourly
Job Type Nanny Location London, Lambeth Salary £11 to £13 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL, French, Spanish Education 1 year Driver Yes Working Days Monday - Friday Working Hours 07:30 - 18:00 A family in Lambeth, London is looking for a Full-Time Live-out Nanny to help them look after their toddler and school-aged child. The working hours for this role will be from Monday to Friday, full time with some flexibility. They are looking for someone energetic and active, with a hands-on attitude who will muck-in and help the family with their daily life. A valid first aid qualification is needed for this position. The Nanny will be responsible for 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 child 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, Someone who speaks French would be beneficial for this position but the family is also open for someone who speaks Spanish. The family is looking for someone who knows how to drive. The family would like someone to start as soon in January.
Little Ones London Lambeth, London, UK Full time
Oct 17, 2019
£400 weekly
TYPE International Nanny LOCATION International AREA   START DATE Early December, Handover with the current Nanny. SALARY (PER WEEK) £ 392 Euros per week (net) DAYS Mon Tues Weds Thurs HOURS 1.30pm - 7.30pm - Flexible in the evenings if the parents are away or working. CHARGE Sole DRIVING REQUIRED? Yes CHILDREN DETAILS B6, B4 SUMMARY OF ROLE Amazing international Role based in Central Frankfurt! This is a Live In 4 day a week role paying £400 net per week! The Nanny will have her own beautiful, private apartment with a small garden. Role starting December but would love to meet someone ASAP.
KiwiOz Nannies Frankfurt am Main, Germany Part time
Oct 17, 2019
£46.00 hourly
We are looking for a native English speaking female tutor to work with a 4 year old girl living just outside of Moscow in Nikolina Gora. The main duties are teaching English language in an interactive manner, general upbringing, playing with the girl and going out for walks. Schedule is 2 days a week, 2 hours a day: ideally Tue & Thu 17-19 or 18-20. Taxi expenses from the nearest metro Krylatskoe or Molodezhnaya will be covered by the client. Salary from $60 per hour. The ideal candidate is a Native English speaking female with teaching qualifications (TEFL/CELTA or similar) and experience working in a similar role with children of similar ages.
Gouverneur International Nikolina Gora, Moscow Oblast, Russia Part time
Oct 17, 2019
£46.00 hourly
Native French speaking nanny is needed to work with a charming and very active 2 year old boy residing just outside Moscow near metro Pyatnitskoye shosse. The boy’s father is French. The main duty is teaching French in an interactive manner through playing. Schedule is 5 days a week, 1 hour per day, Tuesday is a day off, other days are negotiable between 9.30-11.30 and 16.00-17.00. There is a possibility of increasing hours depending on how the kid will react. Salary is negotiable from $60 per hour. When applying, please advise your availability and your salary expectations. Transport will be provided from metro Pyatnitskoye shosse. The ideal candidate is a young Native French female with experience working in a similar role and with children of this age group. We are looking for a trustworthy person for a long-term contract.
Gouverneur International Moscow, Russia Part time
Oct 17, 2019
Male or female tutor is needed for a girl 6 y.o. She speaks English quite well, also speaks fluent French. The main aim is the English language development. LOCATION: Lausanne, Switzerland SALARY: negotiable SCHEDULE: Mon, Tue, Wed, 2 hours a day, approx. from 5-6 pm time ACCOMMODATION: a separate apartment can be provided in case of need, the flat is about 40 min drive from the place of work
English Nanny Lausanne, Switzerland Part time
Oct 17, 2019
£4,000 - £5,000 monthly
English Nanny-Tutor is needed for a family from Moscow. The start date is January, 15. The nanny is to play with the girl, do arts and crafts, reading and writing. Nanny duties are required. Cooking and cleaning in case of need. The family wants an active and flexible nanny who's familiar with an early years development,  who's talkative and initiative. It's to be discussed if the flight expenses are covered. SCHEDULE: 1st week: 6 days on, 1 day off, 2nd week: 6 days on, 1 day off, 3rd week: 5 days on then 9 days off or other rota option The working day is from 10 am to 6 pm. LOCATION:  Rublevka (Moscow) SALARY:  GBR 4000-5000 pounds a month (approx.) ACCOMMODATION: a room in a staff house with the bathroom and a kitchen
English Nanny Moscow, Russia Rota
Oct 17, 2019
£48.00 - £60.00 hourly
Location:  Moscow, Russia Type:  Permanent Salary:  RUB 4,000.00 - RUB 5,000.00 Per Hour Part-time Native English speaking Tutor required for G5, located on the outskirts of Moscow, 4000RUB-5000RUB per hour. Start ASAP. A lovely returning Russian family residing on the outskirts of Moscow is looking for a professional, friendly, engaging Tutor who speaks English to work with their daughter. As a Tutor, you will be required to develop the child's English language and general education through interactive and structured activities. The girl has just started her first year at an international school in Moscow and has some understanding of the language. Assistance with homework might be required from time to time. The ideal candidate will be a candidate with relevant childcare and/or education qualifications. Previous experience of working with relevant age is desirable. Previous experience of working within a private household would be an advantage.  The classes to take place twice a week, one class to be at the weekend and another during the weekdays after 4 pm. Classes to last for 2 hours. The position is to commence as soon as possible. The nearest metro station is Krylatskoye. The family will assist with a driver or a taxi from the metro if required. This position is only suitable for candidates already based in Moscow.
Duke & Duchess Moscow, Russia Part time
Oct 17, 2019
£4,500 monthly
Location:  London, UK Type:  Permanent Salary:  £4,500 Per Month Full-time English speaking rota Nanny for B5 & B6, located in Kensington, London, 2 weeks on/2 weeks off, Salary £4500 (gross) per month, start ASAP A family residing in London is seeking a highly-skilled, experienced, friendly and confident Nanny to develop the children emotionally and academically whilst meeting their daily needs. As a Nanny, you will be required to assist with the daily duties and routines to ensure a high level of care is provided, escort the children to and from school and extra curriculum clubs, engage the children through play and educational activities, promote development and prepare healthy meals if and when required. Homework assistance is required as well as additional tutoring to ensure they stay on target with school achievements. In addition to these, you will also be required to undertake housekeeping duties related to the boys (ironing and tidying of playroom/bedrooms). Both boys attend a private school. The ideal candidate will be a professional Nanny holding relevant qualifications and having previous experience of working in private households. Confidentiality, privacy and being discreet is important. The candidate should be organised, proactive, engaging, and professional. The children are energetic so being fit, active and healthy is desirable. The working schedule is 2 weeks on/2 weeks off with flexibility required, You will be working on rotation with another British Nanny so schedules can/may be adapted. International travel will be required with the family. The role is offered on the basis of live in during the working schedule, with a private bedroom in the family home. No accommodation is offered for the shift off. The salary on offer is £4500 Gross per month. Interviews taking place immediately in London. Package: Salary £4500 gross per month Rotation role - 2 weeks on/off Live in position during working schedule Requirements: Professional Nanny/Governess Relevant childcare/teaching qualifications Experience with this age range Organised, active, proactive Available to start ASAP
Duke & Duchess Kensington, London, UK Rota
Oct 17, 2019
£46,700 yearly
Location:  London, UK Type:  Permanent Salary:  €54,000 Per Annum Full-time Serbian Rota Governess required for G7 located in London, UK, salary €54000 net per annum. Live in. Start ASAP   A busy family is seeking a qualified and experienced Serbian Governess to join their family.   As a Governess, you will be responsible for the education of the young girl and care of the young girl. You will be required to focus on all core subjects and to make sure she continues to excel in all topics. In addition to this, you will be required to act as a PA for the young girl to oversee her general well being, plan educational activities, coordinate with the school and offer advice/guidance.   The family have two children, but you are mainly required to work with the young girl. Her sibling has their own Governess.   The ideal candidate will be a qualified Governess, with experience of working in private households and working with young learners. The Governess should hold relevant qualifications (PGCE, CELTA or QTS). The Governess will be fun, outgoing but firm, highly organised and an animal lover.   This is a live-in position with a private bedroom provided.   The family travel intensely and you will be required to travel with them.   The working schedule will be 1 month on 1 month off while in Europe; the working schedule will be flexible when travelling outside of Europe. The working hours will be approximately 10 hours a day.   The family is very keen to find a candidate who is highly flexible, able to adapt to a busy household and become a team member.   Salary on offer is from €54000 net per annum.   Package:   Salary from €54000 net per annum 1 month on/off working schedule Live-in position   Requirements:   Serbian Governess Qualified Governess (PGCE, QTS, Normand or Chiltern) Experience of working with young learners Highly organised, outgoing and fun Immediate start
Duke & Duchess London, UK Rota
Oct 17, 2019
£1,000 - £1,300 weekly
A great family are seeking a governor for their boy aged 3.5 located just to the west of Moscow. The position is full-time and likely to require 25-30 hours of contact time and likely to be Tuesday - Saturday. The preference for the tutor is British or American.  This is a live-out position. The family will consider male or female aged 25-40. Previous experience with this age group is key. Salary - 1000 - 1300 GBP depending on experience. The boy currently attends a bilingual kindergarten, so has some knowledge of English. The aim is to develop his language and a sporty candidate would be ideal. 
Floreat Tutors Moscow, Russia Full time
Oct 16, 2019
£12.00 - £15.00 hourly
Job Type Part Time Nanny Location London, Camden Salary £12 to £15 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages Cantonese, English SL, Mandarin, Russian Education 1 year Working Days Tuesday, Thursday Working Hours 12:00 - 18:00 A family in Camden, London is looking for a Part-Time Live-Out Mandarin speaking Nanny to look after their lovely toddler. The working hours for this job would be Tuesday and Thursday, approximately 18 hours per week with flexibility to do longer hours during Thursday. The family is looking for a loving, caring as well as pet-friendly Nanny as the family owns a lovely dog. Duties for this position would include preparing healthy meals for the child, nursery runs, planning and supervising playdates, taking the child to the park and playgrounds, playing active games with the child, getting the child ready for bed by helping the child to brush teeth and change into pyjamas and reading to the child. The Nanny would ideally need to do some light childcare housekeeping duties such as laundry, ironing, cleaning up after the child's meals, ensuring toys are put away and play areas are tidy. Someone who speaks Mandarin would be advantageous for this role, the family is also open for Russian or Cantonese speakers. A valid first aid qualification is needed for this position. The family would like someone to start as soon as possible.
Little Ones London Camden, London, UK Part time
Oct 16, 2019
£10.00 - £12.00 hourly
After school role taking sole care of two little boys aged 18m and 4 years old. The youngest will be attending nursery from 07.45-16.00 and the eldest goes to school 08.00-15.30. ‍ Nanny required to pick both up, take home, do reading/homework with eldest, cook their meal, play and have a bath and be ready for bed for when parents come home around 19.00-19.30. ‍ This is a Monday-Thursday role, as mum works from home on Friday.  Same hours will apply during school holidays too. No pets, no smokers, based near Ealing Broadway. Hours: 15.30-19.00/19.30 Monday-Friday (16 hours) The family are happy to look at a Nanny with own children, if the children are of similar ages to theirs. A reduced rate of £10.00 Net an hour will apply if bringing own children, dinner provided for your children too. £12.00 net if you are not bringing your own children.
TGNC Ealing Broadway, London, UK Part time
Oct 16, 2019
£1,000 - £1,250 weekly
A lovely young HNW family in Moscow are seeking a Native English Governess to work with their 2 daughters. The ideal candidate would be: - Female - Aged 25-35  - Able to travel with them at short notice - Ability to speak French is a considerable bonus - Punctual, organised, fun and engaging with the children The children already have a good grasp of English and have previously had governesses.  The children have Russian Nanny's and would not require these duties.  Accommodation not provided, but support financially with arranging and finding a place. Weekly hours likely to be 30 hours, with increased hours during holiday periods. 
Floreat Tutors Moscow, Russia Full time
Oct 16, 2019
Postion LA, Brazil, Greece and St Moritz: Maternity Nanny (baby 4.5 mths) Location LA, Brazil, Greece and St Moritz : November - Feb 2020. Maternity Nanny ££££ Description Maternity Nanny for 3 month booking : Our international British/ Brazilian/Greek clients are seeking a Maternity Nanny to take over from the Maternity Nurse who is finishing her booking with our clients. Placement starts November through end Feb 2020 and will involve travel to LA, Brazil, Greece and St Moritz . There is a gorgeous little boy now aged 4.5 months who is in a good routine.  Clients are in London for interviews and will be travelling to LA, Brazil, Greece and St Moritz  over the course of the next 3 months.  Nanny should have extensive baby experience, be happy to assist and advise on weaning and have a great energy and drive for our young clients and  previous travel experience with a is baby essential.  Booking will commence at the beginning of November for a 6 month booking and if candidate is Brazilian with EEC passport that would be super-interesting for our clients.   BUT  most importantly the Maternity Nanny must have good energy, be flexible and easy going.  a swimmer and someone sporty would work well. Sole Charge Shared Live In or Daily Live-in Accommodation Bedroom/Bathroom Driver No Use of Car No
Nannies of St James St Moritz, Switzerland Temporary
Oct 16, 2019
First time parents are looking for a night nanny in Stockwell, London (SW9). Their baby is due end of November and they would like the night nanny to start 1-2 weeks after birth. Schedule: 2-3 consecutive nights per week, 9pm to 7am (10 hours per night) Duration: 6 weeks, with possibility of extending, depending on how the baby is doing. They will not need help during bank holidays in December. Mum is planning on breastfeeding and is looking for a caring, confident and easy-going night nanny to help her adjust to a new role and get the rest she will need.
myTamarin Childcare Matchmaker Stockwell, London, UK Temporary