Collaborative, Activity-Oriented Nanny Needed For Energetic Boulder Family
Boulder, CO, USA
An adventurous, on-the-go family in Boulder, CO is seeking a positive, self-starting, and go-with-the-flow nanny to care for their 2-year-old!
Location: Boulder, CO
Ages of children: 2 years old
Start date/Contract dates: As soon as they find the right fit!
Schedule: Full-time, guaranteeing 40 hours per week with the general schedule falling on Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm. Flexibility for evenings, occasional weekends, and travel will be asked in advance and appreciated!
Compensation: The family is offering $35-40/hour based on the 40-hour/week schedule, which equates to an annualized base compensation of $73-83k/year range dependent on experience and the agreed-upon schedule.
Benefits: The family is open to providing benefits including paid time off, paid holidays, a health insurance stipend, and relocation assistance based on candidate need and the full compensation package. A vehicle is available for professional use.
This energetic family, alongside their sweet puppy and two-year-old, loves their life in Boulder! At 2 years old, their daughter loves to play! From running around in the woods to riding her balance bike, and going on picnics with her nanny, she loves to be out and about in the world. She will begin attending preschool part-time this fall, so a candidate should be open to slight changes in the schedule.
The parents are avid skiers, from backcountry ski trips to heliskiing, and take every opportunity to head to Aspen and hit the slopes. This family loves to travel, and they enjoy visiting family in upstate NY and Florida and going on other domestic and international trips throughout the year. A nanny who is excited to travel alongside the family and their daughter will be key! The family describes themselves as direct communicators who work well with positive, solution-minded people. Their ideal candidate will consider themselves a career nanny and be excited to join their family for years to come. In addition to their nanny, the family works with a house manager. They hope to grow their family in the future. Someone who brings a down-to-earth, collaborative, and warm energy will be a great fit for the role!
This position is ideal for a candidate who is solution-oriented, has a flexible sense of adventure, loves to collaborate, and is excited to wear multiple hats in their role! Someone who is knowledgeable about child development and who brings an activity-focused approach to care will be a great fit- finding local outings while traveling and being an engaging playmate is key!
Responsibilities include creating an environment for the child(ren) to grow and thrive, child-related household tasks including but not limited to meal prep, tidying, organizing of children’s areas, and errands, before and after school routines, coordinating activities, and traveling with the family throughout the year. Family assisting duties will be asked and appreciated, especially light pet care for the family’s dog.
While not a requirement for the role, the family would love to work with a candidate who speaks French or has a background in Early Childhood Education!
3 years of professional childcare experience
Valid driver’s license and comfortable driving in the snow
Knowledge and experience with age-appropriate developmental milestones
Fully vaccinated and boosted (when eligible) against COVID-19 prior to starting date in accordance with applicable laws
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.