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The Washington Family - Hiring in Woodstock

The Washington Family

Woodstock, GA
$15/hr
4 kids
Full time

A little bit about us…

Need someone to take over for current nanny for my 1.5 old triplets. I will have a nurse so 3 helper days and 2 days alone to take care of my triplets. I work from home and the rates can be negotiated. This is a 3 month assignment that I plan to fill immediately.

Certification Requirements...

CPR
First Aid

Additional language requirements...

Spanish
The Sanders Family - Hiring in Woodstock

The Sanders Family

Woodstock, GA
$17/hr
1 kid
Part time

A little bit about us…

I have a 12 year old daughter who I will need transportation to and from school and basketball practice. I wanting someone that we can trust that is familiar with a child with severe asthma as well. Someone to keep her occupied play games and fun activities when they are with her not just her playing on the phone. If this is you we will love to chat and set up an appt

Certification Requirements...

CPR
First Aid
The Thomas Family - Hiring in Woodstock

The Thomas Family

Woodstock, GA
$12/hr
2 kids
Full time

A little bit about us…

2 self sufficient kids need someone who can help with digital work for May and take them to summer camps, swimming etc. Light housekeeping, errands and some cooking required.

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The Nz. Family - Hiring in Woodstock

The Nz. Family

Woodstock, GA
$18/hr
1 kid
Part time

A little bit about us…

Looking for sitter, for just 2hrs/day (3pm-5pm), Mon-Thurs (4 days a week), after-school for our 13yo son, autistic, but functional. He takes care of himself in pretty much everything (potty-trained, feeds, cleans after himself with no assistance); just mostly non-verbal and has some ADHD, so he cannot be home alone. You'd help waiting for him at his bus stop at 3pm, drive him home (300 yards) and sit with him until 5 p.m. No housekeeping, no chores. Just sit with him, read, study, etc. until 5 p.m. We live in Woodstock, near Etowah H.S.

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What is a Special Needs Nanny Job in Woodstock,GA

A special needs nanny focuses on caring for children with special needs. You’ll be responsible for creating individualized care and activities that combine both consistency and stimulation. The family you’re caring for will have schedules and preferences to share with you to ensure that their child receives the best care possible.

Preparing for a Special Needs Nanny Job Interview in Woodstock,GA

Once you start connecting with prospective employers, the next step is a special needs nanny job interview. Here is a list of some infant nanny interview questions to prepare for:

  • What is your specific experience with this diagnosis?
  • Can you tell us about your experiences with children with special needs?
  • Do you have any special training in Woodstock,GA?
  • What would you do if an emergency arises?
  • How strictly do you usually follow a schedule with children with special needs?

At this stage, you should come prepared with references from past special needs nanny jobs. It is a great opportunity to see how you fit in with the family and ask any questions about the responsibilities or compensation. To ensure everyone has a shared understanding of the role and responsibilities; we recommend asking for a job offer or a nanny contract.

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