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The Hahn Family
Northwest Washington, Washington$20/hr  |  2 kids
We're looking for a fun, dynamic and caring person who can take care of our two girls a few days a week. Our girls, ages 4.5 and 2.5 are very chatty, fun and sweet. They both love playing make-believe, doing art and reading.
We need someone who can help sign the girls on to zoom classes, prepare snack and lunch and enjoy playing with them. Ideally, we'd love someone who can come two full days and maybe one half day per week.
The Klug Family
Northwest Washington, Washington$15/hr  |  1 kid
Nanny needed 3 to 4 days a week to take care of my 3 year old on Mondays - Wednesdays and possibly part of the day on Thursdays . The Pre-K school year begins on August 31st, and we'll need the nanny to help her learn on the days that she is scheduled to be home for virtual learning, and with curriculum assistance. I may also need to increase the number of hours that we'll need the nanny on Mondays - Wednesdays once my office re-opens. She is very sweet and easy going (for her age).
Preferred qualifications: CPR, First Aid, and exprerience would be preferred.
The F Family
Washington$15/hr  |  2 kids
Teacher from home
Two kids (preK and K) attending school at home
Wednesday through Friday 11-4
Help the kids with school and play when they are on breaks from class
The Hetmyer Family
Southeast Washington, Washington$15/hr  |  1 kid
I'm just looking into it for now. But basically its to pick him from school in the afternoon and take him home until I get home from work. Monday through Friday.
The Marcelli Family
Skyland, Washington$14/hr  |  2 kids
Well mannered children, my work schedule doesn't allow me to transport my children back and forth to school. My kids are very low maintenance.
The Smith Family
Washington$14/hr  |  1 kid
I am looking for a part time nanny for my 7 month infant for maybe three to four hours out of the day for three days a week. I work from home full time but I don’t always get to sit and interact with her and I am interested in Montessori play for my baby rather than looking at a tv screen all day. So I’d need assistance with interactive mat play or going for walks and reading books. Please advise if this is something you’d be interested in. Reliable. Trustworthy. Honest. And kid friendly.
The Saunders Family
Navy Yard, Washington$15/hr  |  1 kid
Looking for a loving nanny part-time nanny to help out with my 3 year old daughter, who attends EW Stokes. Nanny would be need during the week and some weekends. I am also open to families interested in nanny-sharing.
The Woods Family
Northwest Washington, Washington$15/hr  |  1 kid
Hi, I am a first time mom of a sweet baby boy. He is almost 2 months old, he loves to eat and has recently started to coo a lot more. He’s overall a happy baby and loves to cuddle. I will be returning back to work soon and his dad and I are looking for a nanny for at least 3 days out of the week. We’re looking for a nanny with at least 2 years experience with newborns and preferably child/infant CPR certified. He is not yet in any baby activities but we hope to implement that in the near future.
The Sarr Family
Northeast Washington, Washington$14/hr  |  1 kid
My wife and I would like our 7 month old son, Kai, to do a nanny share part-time. His grandparents watch him at least twice a week, but he is very social so we would love for him to interact with more children during the week.
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How to Find a Part-Time Nanny Job in Washington, DC

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What is a Part-Time Nanny in Washington, DC

A part-time nanny is defined by the average number of hours required for a nanny position. For a position to be classified as a full-time nanny job, it is usually less than 35 working hours per week. The main difference between full-time and part-time nanny positions is the number of hours worked per week.

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The different types of part-time nanny jobs have different nanny responsibilities. The boundaries for part-time nannies responsibilities vary from family to family. Most different types of part-time nanny jobs vary due to the length of the commitment, or your responsibilities.

There are temporary part-time nanny jobs, even seasonal part-time nanny jobs like summer part-time nanny jobs. Given that most part-time positions and responsibilities are adapted to be exactly what each family needs. it's very important to create a shared set of expectations around hours, responsibilities, and what is expected of you when you're not on the clock.

Contracts for a Part-Time Nanny Job in Washington, DC

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