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The Beale Family - Hiring in Naperville

The Beale Family

Naperville, IL
$18/hr
4 kids
Part time

A little bit about us…

Monday, Weds, Friday to help out with 3 year old. Typically 9-2 and some afternoons, evenings

Certification Requirements...

CPR
First Aid
The Oakley Family - Hiring in Barrington

The Oakley Family

Barrington, IL
$19/hr
4 kids
Full time

A little bit about us…

Looking for full time nanny Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 7:00 am until 6:00 pm. Mostly responsible for infant, 4 months old throughout the day until 3:30 when 3 and 4 year old have to be picked up from school. Have fully insured car available to use and will provide gas card. Lots of driving so experiences is a must. 11 year old is currently at our home every two weeks during the summer until school start. She is excellent help with the children. Requires light cleaning up after the children, baths, packing lunches, children’s laundry and few other light chores. Must be okay with cats and dogs and letting dog outside in backyard a few times per day.

Certification Requirements...

CPR
First Aid
The Keigher Family - Hiring in Onarga

The Keigher Family

Onarga, IL
$16/hr
3 kids
Part time

A little bit about us…

Hello!

We have a 4 year old daughter, a 2.5 year old son, and a 10 month old daughter. Our oldest daughter has special needs. I just need a side kick to help me out with various chores/housework/watching the kids/travel/laundry/dishes/playtime/therapies throughout the day!

(Maybe a random weekend night for a couple hours so I can have a date night with my husband!)

We have had a helper for over 1.5 years but her college courses turn full time in August. I’m making this post now in hopes that we can find the right fit for our family by then.

My goal is to make sure everyone has what they need when they need it, therefore, we need help making sure all of the ‘extra stuff’ also gets done in the process. Being home with my kids is what I love to do but I want to make sure I'm still getting the quality time with them that we all need. My goal is to try and have more one on one time with each of them.

My husband works full time as a farmer - his schedule is wild so we are looking for someone to be long term help for our family. We would need 20-30 hours a week starting mid August, however, the training process can start in the beginning of August so our current nanny can help train. We are willing to work with you as long as it works out with the needs of our family.
Thank you!

Certification Requirements...

CPR
First Aid
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What is a Special Needs Nanny Job in Illinois

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 Illinois

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 Illinois special training?
  • 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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