These dual-career, busy parents work from home, and when they’re not working, they enjoy a laid-back lifestyle, watching movies, and going on neighborhood walks. They are excited to resume traveling both internationally and domestically as well as start spending more time with family and friends once it is safe to do so. Their calm and curious baby loves baths, baby massage, and being introduced to new animal friends. This down-to-earth and worldly family values work-life balance and are eager to welcome a rotational nanny team of two to their home who can be a beam of support in their home.
This position is ideal for a candidate who considers themselves a self-starter and prides themselves on hitting the ground running in their role as a caregiver! A deep sense of step in and step out intuition will be important, along with an ability to adapt to the family’s needs. Candidates with recent infant experience, particularly with a focus on the first 12 months of development, will be prioritized. The family hopes for a candidate who is ready to dive in and assist with various household management and child-related upkeep, such as baby’s laundry and tidying of common areas. A willingness to pitch-in is huge for this family! A nanny who is a team player with excellent communication skills to work alongside co-nanny and parents will thrive in this role.
Our carefully-assembled core team is a collection of the brightest young stars of our industry. With over 52 combined years of nanny experience, we pride ourselves in our innovative recruitment, communication, and successful matchmaking strategies. Our team has backgrounds in a wide spectrum of fields, including early childhood education, special education, business, education reform, psychology, and conflict resolution.
Adventure Nannies does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, age, religion or religious creed, disability or handicap, sex or gender, gender identity and/or expression, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law. We encourage our families to follow EEO practices when interviewing and selecting candidates for their positions.