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Tracy T. - Seeking Work in Arlington

20.00 / hour
Full-time hours
< 1 yr of experience

Experience

Lead Teacher, Pre-K –
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– School of Children Daycare – Arlington, VA

• Working with children one-on-one and in groups, supervising activities, keeping students on task
• Serving snacks and using meals to incorporate learning, especially social skills
• Introducing students to concepts that are to be explored further in kindergarten, such as early literacy experiences
• Creating schedules and routines, ensuring children have a proper balance of rest and physical activities
• Planning curriculum targeting areas related to child development such as social, motor and language skills
• Developing language skills by reading to students and encouraging discussion through storytelling activities
• Updating parents on their child’s progress with daily recordkeeping and documentation of behavior issues
• Helping students interact and adapt socially through activities that promote group engagement and fairness, such as group experiences for music and parallel play for choosing activities

Extended Day Aide, Pre-K to 5th Grade -
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Arlington County Public Schools - Arlington, VA

• Ensure the safety and well-being of all students enrolled in the Extended Day Program
• Provide a range of age and ability-appropriate programs and activities for Extended Day participants.
• Maintain effective oral and in written communication with students, staff, parents and administrators.
• Train new staff members on the goals, procedures and practices of Arlington Public Schools Extended Day Program.
• Plan, prepare and implement enrichment activities, homework supervision, athletic and recreational activities including arts and crafts, games, and sports.
• Maintain cleanliness of all program areas.
• Monitor the arrival and departure of Extended Day participants
• Provide a safe learning environment encouraging students to become more independent, responsible and caring individuals.
• Supervise groups of up to 20 children during program hours, in a variety of settings, such as playgrounds, multipurpose rooms, gymnasiums and Library

Substitute Assistant Teacher, -
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- Arlington County Public Schools – Arlington, VA

Lunch Room Aide, Pre-K to 5th Grade –
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Drew Model Elementary School - Arlington, VA

• Maintain the safety of all PreK-5th grade students in the lunch room and on the playground
• Communicate and collaborate with staff and administration on the expectations of the students
• Encourage students to become more independent, responsible, and caring individuals.
• Provide meaningful learning activities during indoor recess at all grade levels.
• Maintain high expectations of students regarding etiquette, noise level, cleanliness and punctuality

Site Supervisor -
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Before and After School Program & Summer Camp-Veterans Memorial YMCA - Arlington, VA

• Developed and maintained open and positive relationships with parents, staff and administration.
• Assured that program goals and performance outcomes were met
• Managed staff assignment according to schedule of after-school activities including staff time sheets, incident reports, attendance records, parent communication, maintenance concerns
• Managed the daily proceedings of the after school activities and ensure they are effective in their goals
• Collected and maintained payment records
• Managed and control inventory and ordering of equipment and supplies including monthly food orders
• Planned, implemented and supervised a developmentally and academically appropriate program that meets the social, emotional and behavioral needs of the children
• Acted as liaison between parents and the YMCA
• Planned Monthly Calendar of events including special events including various field trips, a Talent Show, and Family Game Night
• Ensured parental compliance with daily sign-in/sign-out sheets.
• Addressed all behavior and health related issues that occur.
• Provided proper coverage to meet the required staff/child ratios

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Our Lady Queen of Peace - Arlington, VA

• Developed, submitted and implemented weekly age and curriculum specific lesson plans
• Assessed developmental needs of the children and adapted lesson plans to meet each students individual needs
• Maintained progress records of children and communicated the same to parents.
• Taught basics such as color, shape, number and letter recognition.
• Taught interpersonal skills, hygiene and proper eating habits.
• Organized group activities: field trips, games, painting, storytelling, music and play.
• Read books to the entire class and in small groups.
• Established classroom rules and maintained order.
• Kept progress notes evaluating behavior, development, and health while discussing any possible problems with specialists and parents.
• Met with parents whenever necessary to discuss progress or areas for improvement.
• Prepared classroom materials and maintained clean, safe facilities and equipment.
• Provided children and parents with activity schedules and established classroom routine

Front Desk Office Manager -
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Best Life Home Healthcare - Arlington, VA

• Greeted, assisted and directed visitors and staff.
• Answered all incoming calls and handled caller inquiries.
• Scheduled and confirmed appointments for clients, customers and supervisors.
• Provided administrative services such as word processing, copying, faxing, filing, sorting mail, etc.
• Tracked inventory and distributed office and medical supplies, and place orders as necessary.
• Coordinated the repair and maintenance of office supplies.
• Checked-in patients, collecting all personal, medical, and insurance information as necessary.
• Input all patient medical history information into computer database and filed confidentially and in accordance with HIPAA laws.
• Completed required forms for Medicaid and private pay clients in accordance with company procedures.
• Received deliveries and maintained an organized workspace
• Set up and maintained paper and electronic filing systems for records, correspondence, and forms.
• Prepared and mailed checks for all employees
• Supervised the Medical staff out in the field
• Opened and closed patients’ clinical records upon admittance and discharging
• Entered patient demographics and insurance information into the database.
• Maintained current patients’ statistics utilizing manual and medical system.
Education

Everest College
Medical Assistant Diploma Program– 3/2010

Northern Virginia Community College –Alexandria, VA
A.A.S. –Early Childhood Development
Early Childhood Development Career Studies Certificate
Janet O. - Seeking Work in Arlington

22.85 / hour

I have 7 years of childcare experience working as a nanny. I love my job, I love the children I take care of and I love their families too. I have had nothing but great experience with all the three families that I have been blessed to work with. I still have contacts with all of them and do occasional babysitting. In the past I have been working upto 12 hour days being the main caregiver to new borns and pre-schoolers. I have gone above and beyond in my position as a nanny for the family. I take the kids to the park, organize play dates with other nannies and moms, attend story time sessions at the local libraries, a trip to the mall, etc. I engage the children in age appropriate reading, games and toys. Potty training is sometimes tough but we get it done. I have always worked as a team with the parents because teamwork is key to raising children. Overall, I have had nothing but the best experience raising children. I love to engage the children in play as well as projects and activities that are good for their development. When taking care of children, the first thing that I look for or value most is teamwork with the parents. This is because it makes everybody's work easier. I am able to work independently and I think ahead too. For example let’s say your family needs to go on a trip and you need me to get the children ready so that you may leave the house sooner than later (considering that we have a set schedule for everything e.g naps, baths etc.). All you need to tell me is, “Janet, we need to be out the door by 2pm”. That tells me that I got to feed the children, dress them (depending on age) and get their naps or quiet times in before the trip. You will not need to worry about hungry, messy or cranky kids! Because they will be on schedule. I take joy in watching a child grow from one stage to another. I engage the kids in all sorts of beneficial activities like arts and crafts, plays and organize play dates, paintings, exercises like walking and playing at the playgrounds. I encourage playing with their playmates/age mates. Some of the activities that I have engaged children in before are listed below including some of my responsibilities. My main responsibilities have always been: Keep the kids safe, happy and learning. I have been with 4 family’s altogether and will be looking forward to helping the next family out and being a part of it. I also have experience with kids that have special needs and extra attention. Responsibilities: 1) Feed breakfast and take the kids to school 2) Drop-offs and pick-ups to different places. 3) Manage the kids’ therapy schedules (cancellations, make-ups, etc) 4) Creative activities and projects e.g arts and crafts, blocks, painting, coloring, board games, puzzles etc. 5) Activities to help with fine motor and sensory issues. 6) Games and educational programs to help with their attention spans. 7) Work out different schedules and time for learning e.g homework, workbooks, signs (sign language DVDs and books). 8) Play time (both independent play and together) also organize play dates 9) Reading time (pick out several books loved by the kids and read it to them. (They love this special reading time. Going to the library and getting/ exchanging books. 10) Supervise quiet time for the kids (depends on the age usually and hour) 11) Prepare snacks for kids during the day. 12) Make bottles for babies 13) Organize picnics on could be indoor or outdoor ( Depending on the weather). 14) Other fun stuff like going to the mall, getting a couple of treats here and there shopping, spending time at the children's play area etc. 16) Maintain kid's play area and kids’ laundry. (generally anything with the word baby attached to it will be my responsibility).
Fernanda C. - Seeking Work in Arlington

22.85 / hour
Full-time hours

I have worked in 2009 as a volunteer in an orphanage in Brazil for about six months; I took care of children between 6 months old and 5 years old. I was reponsable for the kids bath supervision, meal prepraration, and general supervision during play. I've also worked as a teacher's assistant at my church with kids between 4 and 5 years old. When it comes to child care experience, I have experience since newly born to 13 years old. In 2010, I moved to Denver, Colorado. There I started to take care of one girl named Maddyson. I started the job when she was 2 months old and I stoped when she was 8 months old. I also have helped my sister to look after my nephews since birth. In 2013, I moved back to Unided States as an Au pair. I started working for a family in June. My job was to take care of two kids, one boy and one girl. The boy was 1 year old when I started (he is 6 years old now) and the girl was 5 at the time (she is 10 now). I am still working for them but unfortunately it is time to find a new loving family to work with. For this family I work I try to do all I can to help and make their life easier and happier, and for them to have more free time with their kids without having to worry about errands. I enjoy working with children of all ages. I am someone who loves the outdoors. I love to play with them outside, to play games and encouraging children to use their imagination. I also love arts and crafts and trying new things with them. I've been babysitting different families in my neighborhood for over 4 years. Kids from 2 months to 13 years old. I really do love to work with kids. They can bring happiness even on my hardest days with they love and pure heart. I can also give references from all those families if you would like. Thank you so much for considering. I look forward to hearing from you soon! best,
Dana O. - Seeking Work in Arlington

11.42 / hour

I have a total of 6 years working in childcare. I love being an integral part of helping a family with their children in their early stages of life, since those early years are so important in shaping who the child will grow to be. It gives me amazing joy to know that a child is safe, happy and well cared for while under my supervision. I am very loving towards children and always make sure they know they are special. I enjoy doing fun interactive activities such as playing make believe, art projects, outdoor play and swim, reading stories to them, singing and dancing with them. I am always encouraging to children to express their feelings, thoughts concerns and needs. I worked at a preschool in Fairfax, Va from February 05' till April of 06'. I started as a teachers assistant to the 3 year old class for the first 9 months and then spent the rest of my time there working in the one year old and infants class. In April of 06' I became a live-out nanny in Burke, Va for a gorgeous baby boy named Christopher then 7 month old. I continued caring for him until this past fall (Sep 11') when he started kinergarden. It was a wonderful experience.
Christine W. - Seeking Work in Arlington

22.85 / hour
Full-time hours

I am the oldest of four kids. I have three younger brothers. I was a nanny my sophomore year of high school. I taught gymnastics to kids ages 3-12 (2006-2007; 2010-2011). I was a summer day camp counselor for two consecutive summers. I have taken two child development classes (in high school and college). I graduated from Brigham Young University in Utah with my bachelor's in Elementary Education. I am in my fourth year of teaching 2nd grade.
Hajar B. - Seeking Work in Arlington

14.28 / hour

I have been working with children for 6 years now. I started out babysitting neighborhood children, senior year in high school I babysat regularly for my neighbor and ever since I took a class in early childhood education I fell in love with the job. I currently work as an instructional assistant while I attend GMU for my BA in early childhood to become a teacher. I also work for a family with two young children who I pick up from school daily, help with homework, prepare dinner, play, go out and have fun! I have experience working with children of all ages as well as children with special needs.
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The Family Family - Hiring in Arlington
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with Do not wish to disclose S.
10.00 / hour
Full-time hours
2 children

Very loving and fun kids. We have a six-year-old boy, who would not need the nanny, and a one and a half-year-old girl. We are expecting our third baby in September. To transition our daughter prior to the third baby coming we wanted to start nannying services earlier. Nanny not hired yet but has been interviewed and is awesome! Likely set to start in August or September. Looking for family with ideally only one child needing care. Rate would be $10/hr for other family but we are flexible with when the second family can start. Ideally 40hrs a week. Thanks!
The Avrutine Family - Hiring in Arlington
Thelma M - Nanny Share Member

with Thelma M.
12.74 / hour
Full-time hours
1 child

We have an opening in our Nanny share in the Ballston neighborhood as soon as possible. Our son is 2.5 years old, and our nanny has been caring for him for the last two years. She is a fantastic nanny who is engaging, and nurturing. Additionally she organizes activities in the local library and parks for the children. We currently split hosting with the other family. Hours are M-TH, 8:30AM – 5:30PM, and Friday 8:30AM – 3:30PM. Please contact me at
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The Wilson Family - Hiring in Arlington
Mostafa Glibi - Nanny Share Member

with Mostafa G.
18.00 / hour
Full-time hours
2 children

Mostafa is a wonderful nanny. He loves kids and has a special gift with him. He is flexible and hard working. He takes the kids to events, zoo, parka, library, etc. He also helps out with minor cleaning. My hours are changing next year and I would love to keep him if possible. We completed a criminal report and he was clear. If interested, please let me know.
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What are some common responsibilities for nannies in Arlington, VT?

As a parent, it’s natural for you to ask your nanny for a little extra help around the house. However, the boundaries for a nannies duties vary from person to person. In general, a nanny is responsible for making sure your children’s needs are met. This includes things like ensuring they have opportunities to play and be active, that they have a healthy diet and a sanitary home. When tasks go beyond child care, for example scrubbing kitchen counters, folding laundry, gathering groceries, or teaching a language, you will likely need to provide additional compensation.

How can I ensure I have a great relationship with my nanny?

To start, it’s important you set expectations and are aligned on compensation from day one. This includes outlining vacation days, a protocol for sick days, and everything else you would want your own employer to cover. From here, spend time getting to know them. Take your nanny out one of Arlington’s great restaurants, learn about their childhood, and discuss your parenting philosophy. Finally, be sure to resolve conflicts as they arise. Open communication is crucial to ensuring a healthy long-term relationship.

Questions to ask prospective Arlington Nannies:
  • Have you been a nanny previously? How long did your employment last?
  • Are you trained in First Aid or CPR?
  • How would you handle a situation where our child began choking?
  • How do you handle tantrums? Can you share an experience disciplining children?
  • What sort of household tasks are you open to doing?
  • Are you open to a live in arrangement?
  • Do you plan to work for our family over multiple years?
  • Do you have a driver's license in Vermont?
  • Do you own a car? Do you have work experience in Arlington?
  • How flexible are you on weekends and evenings?
  • What salary are you seeking? Are you comfortable being paid by direct deposit?
  • Are you able to help with food preparation?
  • What could you cook for a child aged 2-5? Do you know how to make baby food?
  • Are you comfortable facilitating play dates?
  • Have you ever potty trained a child before?
  • Have you worked with newborns? Do you know how to change a diaper and prepare formula?
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