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The Glaze Family
Houston, TX
15.00/hr
1 kid
A little bit about us…MANDATORY: BILINGUAL with proficiency in Spanish and English!!!

ABOUT US: We are a small family of 3 that needs a kind, bubbly and loving individual who loves to teach and is extremely creative. We are seeking a long-term nanny/house manager who can become part of the family, grow with our son and hold the house together.

CHILD: Our son is 4yrs old (Bday 1/20) and he has been in a 80/20 (Spanish/English) dual language preschool since June 2021. He is in a dual language preK4 program at HISD, its a 50/50.

School starts at 715 am so he must be picked up from our home and dropped off no later than 715 and we registered him for the afterschool program, so you have up until 5:30pm for pickup. On days he has activities pickup will be earlier but the goal is to allow you flexibility to knock out our tasks in the morning OR afternoon while he's at school.

NOTE: We need flexibility for late night care, date nights, overnights and schedule conflicts between our jobs

Must have a reliable car, clean driving record, A1 references, a clean background check and pass a drug test. We will provide a car seat etc.

NEEDS:

- Former educators/teachers a plus
- Pickup/Dropoff from school
- Great cook: shop for/follow recipes we request and have some of your own
- Fresh, healthy breakfast (before school)/ Packed Lunch & Healthy Dinner Meal/Prep for the family
- Laundry
- Grocery/Costco/Target runs
- Keeping our home tidy
- Tracking food inventory
- Someone who has the flexibility to travel on demand, can spend summers abroad with us AND has family in Latin America we can all travel to visit

Last, we prefer the nanny is either:

- A mother of adult children, meaning they can take care of themselves
- Or no children, not engaged/married - a virtual student or college graduate who wants a career in childcare

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