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Katherine C. - Seeking Work in San Francisco

Hourly rate22.85 / hour
Hours (full-time or not)Full-time hours

I have been in the childcare field for nine years, in a variety of settings-lead teacher for an NAEYC accredited C.D.C., the lead teacher and director of Sidwell Friends Auxiliary Day Care Center, a full-time nanny, a part-time nanny, etc.... I have my 90-hour Early Childhood Development Certification, and I also have over 63 college credits, centered around psychology and child psychology. I am a Certified Newborn Care Specialist, am current in my CPR/ First Aid/ BBP/ AED Certification,just recently recieved my TDap booster and flu shot, and have all other vaccinations-Hep B, MMR, etc..... I also have three completed background checks through care.com and sittercity.com(both very reputable childcare locating sites) and one I did on my own. I am familiar with, and a huge advocate for, baby signing to help lessen the frustration infants and toddlers feel when they are unable to communicate their wants, needs, dislikes, and feelings. I am currently a full-time nanny participating in a share-care situation for two wonderful families who will no longer be needing my services after June-Sept. 2011, so I am looking ahead.
Chelsey S. - Seeking Work in San Francisco

Hourly rate22.85 / hour
Hours (full-time or not)Full-time hours

I have been a nanny for two families so far. A 7 year old boy(Robert), whom I watched for 7 months. I took him to and picked him up from school. I would help with homework, constantly involved in activities with him, tested his creativity in many activities. His mother was the store manager so she traveled a lot and there were times that I would have to stay over night because her flights were early in the morning. I did laundry, grocery shopping, school shopping etc. for her when needed as well. I typically got 20-30 hours a week. Also, nanny for a family with a 3 month old (Genevieve), 2 year old (Eloisa) and 4 year old(Annabelle). I am currently still nannying for this family until further notice. I adore these little girls, they are so awesome. I typically get anywhere from 15-30+ hours a week. Depending on their schedules. I usually get there just before they have breakfast, I make lunch and IF needed I will start a little dinner for them but that usually isn't the case. Their parents do not rely on technology to occupy or entertain their kids(which I do not disagree at all) so I spend tons of time creating games, craft ideas for them, dress up, and whatever they want to do basically. We listen to Disney Pandora all day usually. All the girls have a schedule. Lunch 12:30 Nap 1:30-3:30 Genevieve is on an eating schedule as well. 7:30,10:30,1:30 and 4:30 etc. I was provided a mini van so I could take them to the park, museums, and/or out to lunch. Currently: I am a nanny in SF for two year old twins. I have been since October 2013. I am CPR certified. It's been an absolute joy. I have been their nanny since they were 4.5 months and have been through so many milestones with them. Anywhere from sleep training, learning to walk and talk, feeding themselves, ABC's, numbers, colors. I have made all of their food since they were able to start eating solids. We go to the park at least once or twice a day, I love being outside! We go to the zoo all the time, the beach, museums, tumbling classes, art classes. We've been on a pretty solid schedule and routine since they were little too. I have a great relationship with the parents that I truly consider two of my good friends. We have all become family pretty much. :)
Julia S. - Seeking Work in San Francisco

Hourly rate22.85 / hour

I have the most experience working with children ranging from the ages of 1 to 15 years old. However, as I have just been living with my newborn nephew, I am also capable of taking care of a a child younger than 1 years old. I have babysat children for the past several years in my hometown and have also worked at summer camps. The summer camps include daycare, gymnastics and dance. I taught English for 1 year while living in Paraguay. I created my own curriculum for grade level 1 through 6. Each class had about 20 students and it was incredible experience, I still keep in contact with some of my students. By using books, singing songs and practicing pronunciation, all students were able to improve their English and communicate effectively. A year ago I lived in Paris where I babysat/tutored children of the ages 3 to 4 years old. The main goal was to teach the children English and take care of other needs (cooking, cleaning, putting the child(ren) to bed). All of these experiences have been rewarding and eye-opening. I enjoy working with children and look forward to continuing being a caregiver.
Flavia M. - Seeking Work in San Francisco

Hourly rate22.85 / hour

(2007-2008) Therapist Clinical Psychologist: individual, group therapy, play therapy (psychotherapy for children), orientation for parents. Experience working with children with disabilities and ADHD (attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder) (2008-2009) Au Pair in Peninsula (San Francisco), New York. Trust line Certified, Tb tested Clean driving record Experienced working with 3-4 twin boys and 9 twin girls Highly creative, use of art, music and dance in my care taking approach Experience of planning and implementing creative projects as well as field trips (park, museum, library, zoo, playdates, etc) Highly caring, empathetic, and a great listener Strong conflict resolution skills Good judgment, patient, active and energetic. Nanny and babysitting jobs (2009-2010) Experience with toddlers, pre-school and school age from 6-9 years old.
Kyla S. - Seeking Work in San Francisco

Hourly rate20.00 / hour
Hours (full-time or not)Full-time hours

My passion for child care started in a Early Childhood Education class in high school. After which I got a part time job as a nanny for a 2 and 4 year old. I then became a teacher at a pre school for an Infant class. I even became a Children's Ski Instructor. I then worked as a Lead Toddler Teacher at a school in Reno while going to school for a Medical Assisting program. I am now completing an externship at a local hospital's Pediatric Clinic and plan to move to the bay area the first of November. Through out all my child care experiences, I have been there for some fun times and some sticky times. From first steps to first words to first big kid underwear, I absolutely LOVED every minute of it!
Lisa S. - Seeking Work in San Francisco

Hourly rate20.00 / hour
Hours (full-time or not)Full-time hours

I have a Associate's Degree in Early Childhood Education, as well as keeping up with most effective teaching methods,LOVE&LOGIC,"Love allows children to grow through their mistakes". LOGIC, "allow children to learn from the consequences of their choices"Sharing control,Give your children choices,Help kids own and solve their problems.BABY MASSAGE,"helps your baby sleep better,soomthes a colicky baby,enhances the bonding process,promotes flexbilty and coordination". BABY SIGNS,"speak earlier than non-signers,experience less frustration&tantrums,develop larger vocabularies,become better readers,have IQ's that are at least 10-12 points higher". Maintain guidance,health,safety,nutrition,growth and development and stimulating activities.
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