- Bardon QLD
- Toddler Prep and School Age Nanny
- Up $25/hour plus super (NEG)
- Prorated Holiday Pay and Sick Pay
- 20-25 Hours per week
- Extra Hours Offered Regularly
- Monday to Friday
- ASAP Start
Essential Nanny is very excited to be working with this amazing family and if you are looking to become an integral part of this family who have demonstrated in the past that they genuinely care about their children and their nanny’s – then this is the role for you.
This role offers incredible diversity working as a sole charge nanny and mothers help. Mum works different shifts, generally mornings from 6.15am to 12.00pm or a full day 6.00am – 9.00pm depending on her case load. You will receive your working hours one week in advance.
To be successful you will need to bring your imagination, resourcefulness, flexibility and above all your years of experience as a professional nanny. The family home is well resourced with a pool, trampoline, out-door areas and undercover spaces. The home backs on to My Cootha – plenty of opportunity for adventures.
While the focus is on the children some home assistance with laundry and general home organisation will be appreciated
The family values are to encourage children to be independent and have choices within a positive parenting style.
It is essential that you have a minimum qualification of a Certificate lll in Child Care, a Blue Card, First Aid Training/CPR and be legally able to work in Australia long term. You will also need your own reliable car and an open drivers licence.
You will receive a generous salary package plus appreciation for your talents. The start date is flexible for the right person. Join a fun loving family today!
To apply for this unique and exciting role please forward your CV and covering letter to Sue Muclar at email@example.com or call 0407 813 413 for more details.
Confidentiality is assured for all applications and interviews are commencing immediately.
‘The value of a nanny is more than words can say…They live to make a difference, they strive for a better day.’
Sarah of BC