Juan and her husband, Gerard, are expecting their second child in late March and they will need assistance with looking after their younger daughter (14 months) while mum is busy with the newborn.
Ideally you can start on or around 11 March, which is when Juan commences her maternity leave, and stay for approximately 4 months*. This will give you a week or so to settle with the family and spend time with Brianna so she is used to you by the time the new bub arrives.
Hours of work & key duties
The family will need assistance 3 days per week for 4 hours per day ideally between 10am and 2pm. Days are flexible. Your main tasks will be looking after Brianna including creative play time, walks, taking Brianna to the playground as well as preparing food for Brianna.
Brianna is usually taking a nap in the morning so your help at that time with some light household duties such as general tidying up or unloading the dishwasher would be a great help to Juan.
In return, Juan and Gerard will pay you $25 per hour.
As Juan and Gerard live in a pocket of St Ives not easily accessible by public transport, you need to have your own car to drive to their house.
If you are a friendly, responsible, caring person who loves children and you have experience with looking after toddlers, don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Gerard will be taking paternity leave following birth so there will be a break of 2 weeks when the family does not need assistance.