(newborn born in September 2017; start January 2018)
This Dutch Family is looking for an experienced and responsible Nanny to care for their newborn baby 2-3 days each week, starting in January. The family is Dutch, but they would like a native English speaking nanny (preferably from the UK) to care for their child so that the baby will grow up bilingual. The family would also like a nanny who can be flexible with the days she works each week; she would work the same amount of hours, but the days may change based on the parents' work schedules. Experience caring for newborns is required.
Apply here and refer to code N119.
(7 y.o. son, 5 1/2 y.o. daughter, 3 y.o. son; start ASAP)
This Dutch Family is looking for an experienced and responsible Nanny to pick their two eldest children up from school on Mondays and take them to football practice. She will then need to pick the youngest up from day care. The Nanny will bring all children home, cook them dinner, and start their bedtime routines. Ideally, the Nanny is comfortable riding a bakfiets to pick the children up. If the Nanny has a driver's license, she will have access to the family car for pick up and drop off.
Apply here and refer to code N118.
(3.5 y.o. son and 1 y.o. son; start ASAP or January)
This loving and smiley Family is in need of immediate assistance with care of their eldest son when he is not in day care. The mother is still currently at home most of the time, but she is needing extra help 2-3 full days per week currently. She will be returning to work in January 2018, and at that time, she will be seeking a second Nanny for the remaining days each week. The Nanny will also help with care of the younger son at times. The Family needs a consistent, reliable, compassionate, and patient Nanny who is willing to stay for at least one year with the Family and build a trusting relationship with the children. The Family prefers a Nanny who has extensive experience with younger children.