San Diego, CA
877 child care near you

Find Child Care in your area
 
Create a ProfileTell us your family’s needs and requirements in a nanny.
Browse & ConnectBrowse nanny profiles. Message and shortlist top candidates.
Send an OfferFound a match? We’ll help you generate an agreement!
Child Care > California > San Diego

San Diego, CA Child Care

Courtney M. - Seeking Work in San Diego

22.85 / hour
Full-time hours

Before I became a nanny I was a Lifeguard and Swim Instructor. During this job I was responsible for keeping children safe as well as teaching them to swim. I have been babysitting since I was 13 and am still in contact with those families and can give great references. More recently, I have been nannying for five years now. I have a vast range of experience from infant to toddlers, children with disabilities, twins and teenagers. I hate to boast but I have a way with kids and I truly enjoy being around them. I love the way they view the world and I would love to meet your family! Also note that my availability will increase during the summer.
Nikki W. - Seeking Work in San Diego

22.85 / hour

I am an elementary school teacher. I just finished my first year teaching third grade in the School District. As my contract was a temporary contract, I am having a difficult time securing a position for this next school year. Before I taught third grade, I completed my student teaching in a first grade class as well as a fourth grade class. I started babysitting my younger siblings and neighborhood kids when I was 10 years old. There were multiple families on my street with 3 or 4 kids. In high school I had numerous teachers ask me to babysit their kids, including my swim coach, my brothers' football coaches, and then, many of their neighbors. I started working at a coffee shop when I was 16, and all the moms I worked with solicited me to care for their kids. One coworker in particular with 4 young kids, referred me to one of her best friends from high school who was looking for a nanny. So, in 2008 I started working for her part-time watching her 4 little girls. She is a teacher and she job shared, so I was working Monday, Tuesday and every-other Wednesday. In 2009, the other teacher who she job-shared with called me because her daycare was closing down. She needed me to watch her 2 little girls for the school year on the remaining days of the week. In 2010, both of the moms moved to full-time work, so they trusted me as a full-time nanny for their 6 girls. I also brought my cousin's infant with me. In February 2010, their ages were, 1,2,3,4,5,6 and 7!! The older 3 went to school and I brought the 4 year old to preschool and to dance lessons. The others all came with me to the zoo, museums, parks, pools, libraries, and other various places. In September of 2010, I continued to juggle those two families, plus another family with two children! The three families lived close enough to each other so that they were able to drop their kids off at the designated house I was going to be at that day! It was a crazy schedule working for the 3 families, but it worked so perfectly! I loved the consistent change, and I loved the challenge of creating a schedule for the kids that worked every day. During the summer of 2012 I was an assistant teacher at my cousin's home daycare center. I taught the two-year old classes and helped out with the preschool activities. In the fall of 2012 I moved with my husband to San Diego to finish my student teaching practicum and to earn my degree in elementary education.
Mandy M. - Seeking Work in San Diego

17.14 / hour
Full-time hours

I remember my first babysitting job. I was 13 years old and our next door neighbor needed me to watch her 1 year old for half an hour while she ran an errand. I picked up the baby and she immediately yawned and snuggled against me, and right then i realized i wanted to do this for the rest of my life. I love kids. As one of the oldest in a family of 6 kids, ive been around them as long as i can remember. Ive held different jobs over the years, but for some reason, i always come back to nannying. Its the most fuffilling. Theres nothing more ive wanted since i was 14 years old then to be the housewife and stay at home mom (My friends say i belong in the 50's), and being a nanny is the best training in the world for that. Ive been lucky to work with some AMAZING families, and ive fallen in love with every family ive been blessed to be a part of. Ive worked as a live out most of my career, but spent the last year and a half as a live in nanny for a family of three kids. The situation is a sticky one. The parents got a divorce two years ago. The mom owns a xx, and the dad had a mental break, so that left me with raising three kids that arent mine. I have them about 35 hours a week (65 hours during school breaks), and every minute spent with them is a learning experienece. I very quickly went from part time nanny to full time..everything. I play mom, dad, sister. Judge, jury, coach, disciplinarian. Hug giver, bandaid applier, back rubber. Ive held them while the stress of a newly divorced family had them in heart wrenching sobs, and laughed so hard during a game of Disney Trivia, that none of us could breathe. I love the kids as my own, but the situation has gotten so muddled with their family sides and kids needs, that ive decided to remove myself from the situation. They need their mom, not me, so i gave her my notice and my last day is in November. Im ideally looking for something live out (my boyfriend has a three year old so were constantly doing family things together), and full time, but am willing to consider whatever opportunity comes my way. I have years of experience, a great car and spotless driving record, and amazing references. I am available to start shadowing or part time earlier then November, and work into full time, and would love the opportunity to chat with you. :) Thank you!! Mandy
Sonia D. - Seeking Work in San Diego

20.00 / hour
Full-time hours

My name is Sonia, I am 25 years old. I am originally from Spain, I am bilingual, and I went to California as an Au Pair. My year was over in May but I moved to San Diego in June and I wanted to keep working with kids. I was nanny of 16 months old twins full time but they don't need me anymore due to their mom isn't working anymore. If I had to pick 2 words to describe me, they would be honest and responsible. I have worked with kids for over 10 years and I love it. My hobbies are swimming, going for walks, reading, biking, dancing, etc. I am very active which I think is a great trait for someone who works with kids. I am catholic, I worked for over a year giving classes to young kids at church. I was an au pair for 2 girls. I had the mornings off since they were in school. During that time, I was a nanny of a 2 year old, and Thursday nights I babysited for the bible study, they were 8 kids (1 year-5 years old). For my au pair training I took First aid and CPR classes for infants, kids and adults. I love spending time with kids and I want a job where I am not just the nanny that comes and takes care of them for a couple hours, but someone they have fun with and really enjoy being with. With all the kids I have worked with I have had a perfect balance where I am a lot of fun and the kids love me but they know their limits and they respect me and know that they cannot act up with me. I love working with kids, it fills me up with energy and happiness to know I am part of their life and I am helping them to grow and develop. I am a hard worker and I absolutely love kids. I hope to hear from you, Sonia :)
Kimberlee D. - Seeking Work in San Diego

17.14 / hour

Hello, Thank you for taking the time to look at my profile. I am excited for the opportunity to work with your children. First let me tell you a little bit about myself, my experiences and finally my hope to meet your amazing family! I am the 3rd eldest of 10 children, six girls and four boys, so I am very use to the busyness and fun that comes from many ages of children together. All through high school I worked as a camp counselor and cook at a summer camp. My many duties included curriculum development, crafts, outings, and of course teaching and playing with the children. In the past few years, I have worked at our church as a babysitter for groups of one to 25 children. I have also been on call in the past few years for the moms in church for date night or just needing some “me time”. Before moving to California, I was working as a lead teacher in the Infant Room at a Christian daycare in Washington. I have had the incredible opportunity to spend two summers in Thailand and teach English. I taught preschool through high school English working in both the classroom and also as a tutor. This incredible eye-opening experience has spurned me to head back to school to finish my degree in teaching and history. Some of my favorite pastimes are reading, telling stories, going to the zoo, playing dress up, being outside, as well as playing lots of board games. Being raised in such a large family I am comfortable with running a household ie cooking, shopping, cleaning, while keeping my primary focus on the children, their development and happiness. I am CPR/First Aid certified as well as have training with STARS. I have an excellent driving record and stellar references can be provided upon request. Please consider me as you look for an addition to your family, Kimberlee
Maria H. - Seeking Work in San Diego

20.00 / hour
Full-time hours

I was employed for 3 years as a nanny with a family in Rancho Santa Margarita. After when we moved to Huntington Beach and Garden Grove I was able to get a job at St. Jude Medical Center as a CNA and was assigned at the Critical Care, I have worked at 3 departments at the hospital because I was so eager to learn and understand the health industry. Previous to that before laying of from Indy Mac Bank located at Irvine, I use to be a Loan Auditor. I had to reinvent myself an go back to scholl and so I decided to study some medical courses. While my schdule was a graveyard shift, I was employed by a family to take care of their son Dylan during the day, my time was 8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday until my husband and I decided to move to San Diego. I also took care of my siblings, niece, nephews, and grandchildren. I am a compassionate, honest caring and loving person it seems I have been taking care of people all my life. I know how important your child is to you. I know I can surround and instill in your child all the right values that matters for a child to grow in a loving and respectable environment. I hope you would give me a chance to show and nurture your child by shielding your child to the bad or evil things that are happening in today's reality. I know your child matters so much to you, you would want the best love and care and would never hesitate to have peace of mind knowing that when you live the house I am there to give you child all my time and love. As I have said I am presently employed at Correctional Facility, my background has been thoroughly check. I would really want to be a full time nanny.
Find affordable child care options that fit your lifestyle.