Natasha R

Nanny/Babysitter needed ASAP

Washington, District of Columbia

13/hr

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I am in need a a nanny/Babysitter for my five year old. I need before and after care paying at a rate of $70 a week. Child has no special needs, but does have asthma (which is controlled). This position does not require you to cook, clean or run errands as I will do all those things on my own. However it does require that you have a car, with insurance, CPR certified, be on time in the mornings, on time to pick up from school, have at least 3 years experience, background check, be respectful, honest, patience, and trustworthy. Schedule will be as follow: Monday and Friday 6:00 am-7:35 am (drop off to school) Friday 1:30 pm-6:00 pm (pick up from school) THEY HAVE EARLY DISMISSAL EVERY FRIDAY Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 4:30 pm-6:00 pm (pick up from school ) Her school does have Admin days where there is no school you will be notified in advance and paid at a rate of $30 for that day. Please speak very good English and be willing to start Bright and Early Monday 09/22/14!


Services Needed

Nanny

Nanny


Babysitter

Babysitter


Your responsibilities will include:

Pickup & dropoff

Pickup & dropoff


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