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The English Family - Hiring in San Francisco

Hourly rate20.00 / hour
Hours (full-time or not)Full-time hours
Number of children1 kid

Hello, from Danielle and Rob! We are welcoming our first baby in April 2019. We are looking to start a nanny share in October 2019 (though can be flexible with that date).

*Hours needed, daily and weekly: Regular working days / hours, Monday through Friday

*A general idea of your parenting style. Helicopter style. Just kidding. We plan to guide our child by a few simple principles: (1) encourage playfulness, physical activity, and outdoor exploring as often as possible; (2) celebrate the process of learning as much as (if not more than) the outcome; (3) embrace that we will learn more through our failures than our successes. In other words, we want to embolden our little human with a growth mindset, and as early as possible -- so that she is unafraid to make mistakes in the pursuit of learning, developing, and greatness.

Beyond a nanny share, we hope to form a friendship with another couple -- and if we're really lucky, our child's first best friend.

*Allergies, pets, parent working from home, etc: We do not have any allergies. Our baby hasn’t been born yet, so we’ll need to update you on her allergies. We do not have any pets; however, we love dogs and are not opposed to the other family having them. However, we’d like to evaluate other animals (cats, reptiles, birds, etc) on a case-by-case basis.

Our work schedule is a mixture of working-from-home and working-in-office, meaning Rob may be in-and-out throughout the day as he travels from work appointments. If we are hosting for part of the week, we can (and prefer) to rearrange our schedules to stay out-of-the-house for those days.

Any other questions, we’re an open book, so ask away! (Danielle spent her college years nannying and so appreciates there are a number of questions both parents and nannies usually want to ask but may be hesitant to put out there!)
The Mai Family - Hiring in San Francisco

Hourly rate25.00 / hour
Number of children2 kids

Part Time Babysitter Needed, Car Required, Experience a must!
Busy SF single parent looking for a friendly part-time babysitter/nanny to assist with school pickup/drop-off and childcare twice a week.

Details:
- 5 year old boy in elementary school in San Carlos
- 3 year old girl attends pre-school in Redwood City
- She will be moving to pre-school at the same elementary school in the fall

Duties/ Schedule:
Must have:
- Pick up children from school and bring to PacHeights home every Wednesday and every other Friday.
- Stay with children until parent comes home at 5:30-6:30pm (occasionally later when traveling)
- Pick-up from elementary school is at 1:25 (will move to 2:25 in the fall). Pre-school is flexible

Nice to have:
- We may also need help with school drop off on Monday mornings from SF and Thursday mornings
- Elementary school starts at 8:25, so will need to arrive at house leave city between 7- 7:15am
- Ideally, can help on other nights as necessary given travel and/occasional schedule shifts

Salary: $25/Hour (including drive-time to and from city w/o children), plus gas/wear+tear for the commute. Will guarantee 10 hours/week

Requirements:
- Should have experience as nanny or babysitter
- Strong references
- Must own a car with a good standing California driving record (parent will provide car seats)
- Candidate able to make at least six months or one year commitment with the family
The Mom Family - Hiring in San Francisco

Hourly rate20.00 / hour
Hours (full-time or not)Full-time hours
Number of children1 kid


We are looking for someone to take care of our 5 month old daughter full time (40 hours a week).

Your duties will only be things related to the baby such as:
- Feeding
- Sleeping
- Cleaning bottles, toys, play area, and diapers
- Keeping to and writing down a schedule of sleeping/eating
- Walking with stroller outside
- Activities (singing, playing, exercises, stretches)
- Helping with development like teething and crawling
- Making sure our baby is safe, calm, and happy

We are looking for someone that is detail oriented, creative, talkative, and easily shares and shows emotion. Ideally you will have vaccinations, CPR training, and first aid training but it’s not a deal breaker. Also, we have a strong preference for a Russian speaker but again not a deal breaker if you don’t.

Our two main asks is that truly enjoy bonding with and making our kid smile and that you keep her safe. You also must be physically capable of walking with the stroller outside for around 2 miles and able to hold our kid in your arms to sooth her and help her got to sleep. She is not sleep trained yet and we will be starting sleep training this month.

Thank you.
The Pomi Family - Hiring in San Francisco

Hourly rate20.00 / hour
Hours (full-time or not)Full-time hours
Number of children1 kid

Hello!
My name is Giovanna, I live in Russian Hill with my husband Federico and our baby boy Leonardo, who is now 3 months old.

We are Italian, though I'm from Mexican descent and I speak Spanish fluently.

I will be returning to work in December, so I'm looking for a nanny to take care of Leo while I'm at work (Mon-Fri, 9-5).

Leo is a very sweet boy, he sleeps well (3-4 naps a day) and loves to play, chat and stroll around.

I am looking for a caring and professional nanny to spend the day with Leo and nurture him.

The duties would include: interacting and playing with Leo while he's awake, both at home and outside (e.g. take him to the park), helping with some light housework while he naps (e.g. making the bed, preparing baby food, doing baby laundry, keeping nursery in order, etc, we have a house cleaner once a week so no major housework is required..I want our nanny to focus on the baby!), taking him to doctors appointments as needed.

Requirements: CPR training, references from previous families, Spanish speaking is a plus

I look forward to meeting a great nanny for our family!

Ciao,
Giovanna
The Buhler Family - Hiring in San Francisco

Hourly rate13.00 / hour
Hours (full-time or not)Full-time hours
Number of children1 kid

This is our first baby! We will be new working parents starting end of September. Looking for another family in SF to share an experienced nanny with as we return to work full time starting Feb 2019.
We’d love to find another couple with a child around the same age as our new baby girl - a new friend to grown and learn with!

What we’re looking for in a nanny?
- Availability Monday - Friday from 8:00am - 4:30pm
- Experience with infants. Whether you’re a parent yourself or have a couple of years under your belt, we want to feel comfortable that you’ve got the ground work covered
- Nurturing. Aside from experience, would love to know you truly enjoy being around babies/kids

Our family loves to have fun together and we’re excited to bring into the world a new baby girl to share that with.
We are close to public transportation and have ample parking at our house as well.
We live close to Murphy Playground and also near Golden Gate Park - perfect for walks or getting out of the house for the afternoon.

We look forward to meeting you
The Seipel Family - Hiring in San Francisco

Hourly rate15.00 / hour
Hours (full-time or not)Full-time hours
Number of children1 kid

Greetings! We are looking for experienced child care for our baby girl here in the Hayes Valley/Lower Haight neighborhood starting 29 Oct. The position is 40 hours per week, M-F from about 8:30/9am - 4:30/5pm. Compensation is above-the-table.

Our girl is an alert, attentive, and cheerful baby. She loves going for neighborhood walks facing the world in her Baby Bjorn and visiting the nearby parks. She takes one morning and one afternoon nap in her crib, which may limit the extent and length of outdoor trips.

Responsibilities & Duties:
Putting baby to bed for morning and afternoon naps
Preparing her lunch, snacks, and bottles and feeding her
Taking her on morning and afternoon walks
Playing with her, reading her books, and being a warm support during waking hours

Skills & Qualifications:
Positive and outgoing
Excellent communicator, both with us and the baby
First aid and CPR certifications
Bonus points if you are up for (and able to) wear an 18lb baby in our carrier
Amenable to above-the-table compensation
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