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The Griggs Family - Hiring in San Diego

The Griggs Family

San Diego, CA
$17/hr
2 kids

A little bit about us…

Starting a new full-time position and I am need of a sitter after school. Start time will be around 2 or 3, which will be confirmed and last until 6 Mon to Fri. This will increase in the summer to a more full-time position.
Must love kids! Our ideal match will meet the requirements below. Some light tidying up would be part of our caregiver's responsibilities. Animal lovers please apply (we have pets)! You should be willing to help with homework.
The Silvia Family - Hiring in San Diego

The Silvia Family

San Diego, CA
$19/hr
2 kids

A little bit about us…

Hello!!! Seeking nanny/assistant with household needs and childcare.

We have twin boys, three years old. Ideal situation would be Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 10. And Sunday from 4 to 11.
We are open to discussion with what would work for you and for our family. We live in a beautiful home in North County.
. Bilingual Spanish speaking is a plus.
You must have a lot of energy and patience. Looking for somebody who doesn’t easily get overwhelmed by two toddlers,! They have a ton of energy. we will need help for night shifts on occasion when my husband and I go out of town, or need a full nights rest.
Experience is a must, first aid and CPR training is a must, and references are a definite must. Please also understand that we will be asking for a background check as well.
Politically, leaning left is also very important to us.
Looking to hire somebody really soon. Have a great day!
The Deacon Family - Hiring in San Diego

The Deacon Family

San Diego, CA
$25/hr
1 kid

A little bit about us…

I am a single a father. I have my daughter every other week. I am looking for child care as well as help around the house.

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The Berman Family - Hiring in San Diego

The Berman Family

San Diego, CA
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$21/hr
2 kids

A little bit about us…

Looking for a Nanny Share or Full time live in Nanny.

Andrina is 2.5 yrs and goes to school 9-3:30 each day.

Sebastian is almost 4 months

Mom is a stay home mom but needs some help to run errands and be able to get some sleep every once in a while.

And Mom/Dad like to have date nights every once in a while.

We are flexible on days and times.
The Kamalian Family - Hiring in San Diego

The Kamalian Family

San Diego, CA
$20/hr
1 kid

A little bit about us…

6- months old baby girl
I need help for 2 mornings per week from 8am to 2pm
My preferred days are Monday and Wednesday
The Williams Family - Hiring in San Diego

The Williams Family

San Diego, CA
$19/hr
1 kid

A little bit about us…

Hello! I am looking for someone that can pick my daughter up from school Mon-Fri @250pm and on Tuesdays at 1230 and watch her/do homework/snack time until I get home at 5pm. Her name is Nyomi and she is 7 years old in first grade.

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The Lovely-Nater Family - Hiring in San Diego

The Lovely-Nater Family

San Diego, CA
$19/hr
1 kid

A little bit about us…

Hello, my name is Teria Lovely. My husband and I have a 9 month old daughter. Her name is Noelani. Noe is a very intuitive little soul and she is primarily a really happy baby.

She is currently crawling around (very fast). & into everything. Trying to walk but not there just yet. She is combo feeding and taking in solids very well. Mostly everything we give her is prepared ourselves besides the snacks.

I would be wanting assistance with someone to care take for her while I am studying. Typically you would only work 2-4 days out of the week. I’m actively in class one day out of the week for a few hours.

I am looking for a sitter that is reliable, honest, really great with kids growth and development and kind. Also I am looking for someone that is flexible for last minute sitting. I would like for her to learn Spanish as well someone fluent in Spanish. Looking for someone with certification such as CPR, first aide etc

Your main responsibilities would be basic caring such as Feeding, change diapers, being attentive, naps, do grocery shopping, cook and help her with educational growth.
The Klein Family - Hiring in San Diego

The Klein Family

San Diego, CA
$21/hr
1 kid

A little bit about us…

Hello! We are in search for a new nanny. Currently we just have a two-year-old, but we are hoping to expand our family soon. We would like to find someone who could help us out from time to time now mostly on weekends and maybe some weekday evenings so my son and our family can get comfortable. Our plan would be to increase days and time once we start trying for baby number two later this year.
Nanny would be responsible for playing, reading, and other fun activities. We prefer no screen time. Meal prep and clean up. Clean up toys for other activities. We are at the very beginning stages of potty training, so diaper changing/potty training as necessary. Must be CPR certified.
For now some weekends and evenings. Days and time will increase as we get closer to having baby number two. We live in Point Loma.
The Salcedo Family - Hiring in San Diego

The Salcedo Family

San Diego, CA
$18/hr
1 kid

A little bit about us…

I'm looking for a nanny for two to three days a week. I have an elderly mother in law who can watch the baby but we want back up and someone who can take the baby on walks, therapies and pick up and drop off from preschool. Likely it will be a Tuesday/Thursdays and occasionally may need Wednesdays from 6am to 6pm. I would expect regular check ins and references. I don't mind nanny sharing. Must be drug free, clean record and trained in infant CPR. Also any training and experience working with kids on the spectrum appreciated. Must be patient and kind. My son has a lot of energy but developmentally he is delayed.

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