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2 Pennsylvania Nanny Job Openings as of Thursday, July 28th 2016.

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Date Posted: 07/10/2016
New! Fantastic Nanny Position
Ambler, PA 19002
ABC Nanny Source - Philadelphia

This wonderful family has three children. The oldest child is 5 years old and he’s starting full day kindergarten in the fall! He also goes to a summer camp that is a ½ mile away. He’s the shy one in the family but is also the smart one. He’s a little over the 50% percentile for his height and once he warms up to you, he’ll show his “big brother” side! He definitely enjoys being the oldest and guiding his younger brothers in the right direction. He has no allergies, no food restrictions, and no medications.

His little brother is 3 years old and he goes to a summer camp that is 2 miles from the house. He’s a very carefree little boy and has recently started potty-training! He’s about 4 weeks in with no diapers. He and his older brother enjoy outdoor activities over any other, so someone who is active would be great! He has no allergies, no food restrictions, and no medications.

The baby is 8 months old and he’s just enjoying being the baby! He’s definitely a Mama’s boy but he transitions to other people very quickly. Mom is still breastfeeding him and he is growing well. He is a very calm baby as well and is pretty easygoing. He is very healthy and so far has no known allergies to any foods or medications.

The daily responsibilities are as follows: both during and after the summer is over, the nanny would have the baby all day. In the summer they would pick up the older two boys at camp around 1:00pm. They would need lunch and then would play outside for most of the day. In September the middle child would be picked up from nursery school at 12:00pm, and the nanny would feed him lunch and play with him for the rest of the day. The oldest child would get off the bus in front of the house around 4:20pm and from there the nanny would just spend time with all the children. They have a housekeeper that comes every 10 days to do the heavy cleaning so only light cleaning pertaining to the children, as well as the children’s laundry, will be required. Mom and Dad are seeking someone who is kind, caring, and firm when needed.

The schedule is Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8:30am to 6:00pm. What I love about this position is that you in essence get a 4 day weekend! Mom is home on Mondays and Grandma helps on Fridays so this is an amazing schedule! The nanny will basically getting off work the two days of the week that nobody wants to work. They are offering an hourly rate of $15-$17 per hour based on experience, and plan to pay the nanny directly.


Employment Type: Part time
Salary: $15-$17 per hour
License Required: Valid Driver's License
Certification Required: CPR
Experience Required: Minimum 3-5 years
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Date Posted: 06/30/2016
New! Phenomenal Nanny Position
Rydal, PA 19046
ABC Nanny Source - Philadelphia

This family has two fun-loving boys.

The oldest child is 9 years old and he’s in 3rd grade! Mom says he’s a great citizen and loves to do the “right” thing. He’s crazy into sports and loves to run! Mom says he would work out 10 hours a day if he was allowed; isn’t that crazy?! He’s also a great eater and is “all boy”! He can be a bit shy at first but once he warms up to you he is a huge love bug; he’s very close with his best friends. He is also very protective of his little brother. In school, math and science come easily to him but he has struggled a bit with reading and writing, so they would definitely appreciate someone who can help him with that. He has also started playing the cello this year! He is allergic to peanuts, tree nuts, and legumes but he is quite aware and is proactive about asking ingredients, etc.

His little brother is 6 years old and he is a sweet pea! Right now he is in full day kindergarten; he can get a little tired because it’s a long day! He’s definitely his own person and has a spunky personality; he’s very popular! He’s also very curious and enjoys imaginative play. He truly loves his big brother and they get along great! This little guy does have clubbed feet though which require him to wear molded braces (foot to knee) to walk properly. He also has some limitations on his left arm with range of motion. He is a fearless and active child but some activities are difficult for him to participate in. He has had a ton of intervention regarding his limitations and he’s incredibly resilient; it’s amazing! What he has is a congenial condition that only occurs with 1 in every 10,000 people. They never thought he would even walk and yet he runs! He is the toughest child ever and can even use the monkey bars! Unfortunately though he’ll often want to sprint and run faster than his current abilities so he will get frustrated and needs to be redirected. This family is definitely into the nature vs. nurture idea, so they would love someone who can encourage him that his feet don’t hinder him from reaching any of his goals in due time. The nanny would need to feel comfortable making some adjustments for him and being sensitive to him getting frustrated when he can’t go as fast as he wants. On a different note, he loves Barbies and girly things! He has a Barbie Dreamhouse and is embarrassed about it. It’s so cute! Mom says he’s fun to play Barbies with and is very nurturing with a huge imagination.

Both of these boys are very active! The older brother enjoys anything sporty such as kicking a soccer ball, playing basketball, nerf wars with friends, and riding his bike. He also likes card tricks, magic tricks, karate, playing FIFA on PlayStation, and practicing his cello. The older brother’s favoring thing is to be outside in any condition, any temperature. The younger brother absolutely loves imaginative play and making structures in his room! He also likes playing with Barbies of course, shopkins, making art (especially of elaborate amusement parks), being read to, as well as board games and electronic games (with limits). He loves making friends/playing with other children, going to the playground, playing tag, playing hide and go seek, etc. Mom says he is also a fish; he loves swimming lessons! Of all that they need, Mom and Dad are especially seeking someone who is loving, energetic, open-minded, has strong communication skills, and is flexible.

The daily responsibilities will vary between the summer and fall. Below is what the average day would look like for each.

During the summer the responsibilities will be as follows: Every day the nanny will need to empty the dishwasher and put away dishes (not including those air drying by the sink), making bag lunches for both children for camp the following day, and cleaning up the prep area after making lunches. At 3:15pm the nanny would leave to pick up the 6 year old at day camp and immediately after take the younger brother to pick up his older brother at camp (both are local). The nanny would need to make sure that the older brother practices his cello for 15-30 minutes every day as well, and also make sure that both boys read and/or are read to for 20 minutes. This is still to be confirmed, but the older brother may have weekly music lessons (in home or out of the home) that may require transport, as well as karate up to twice a week. During this time the nanny would play with younger brother while his older brother is in class (would last for about 45 minutes) and the two (nanny and 6 year old) can play outside if they would like. Throughout the week (but not every day) the responsibilities during the summer may include: children’s laundry (wash, fold/hang, put away), recipe prep (cleaning, slicing, marinating, etc.), cooking healthy meals for the children, and running local errands [return books, purchases/returns at Target, receive grocery delivery, and arranging Whole Foods purchases (which are local)].

During the school year the responsibilities will be as follows: From 1:30pm to 3:45pm the responsibilities will remain the same; empty the dishwasher and put away dishes (not including those air drying by the sink), making bag lunches for both children for camp the following day, and cleaning up the prep area after making lunches. At 3:45pm (except on Wednesdays) the children will arrive home from the bus. At that time the nanny would greet the children and prepare them an afternoon snack. On Wednesdays the nanny would pick them up from school at 3:15pm like in the summer. Afterward, until 4:15pm there will be down time with the children so during that time the nanny can spend time supervising and playing with them. At 4:15pm they would like the children to work on homework, including the 20 minutes of daily reading. When complete, the older brother can practice playing the cello. After that there will be more down time so the nanny can play with the children, have activities, etc. with them until the parents get home. Additional responsibilities will include coordinating dates with other families maybe once per week. The older brother will often play independently or with other children.

If these become confirmed activities (subject to change), these responsibilities will also be included in the routine: On Mondays bring the older brother to Karate at 5:45pm and play with the younger brother in the waiting room in the meantime. Mom would pick them up directly from Karate by 6:30pm. On Tuesdays there would be potential pick up at school and then karate at 4:45pm. On Wednesdays the nanny would do pick up at school at 3:15pm and play at the playground if the children are interested. Then the nanny would get the 6 year old ready for swimming and feed the boys early dinner by 5:30pm. From there Mom would do pick up and transport to swimming.

With regards to the driving, they are open as to whether their vehicle or the nanny’s is used. If the nanny’s vehicle is used, they will provide gas reimbursement. They have a housekeeper that comes twice a month to do the deep/heavy cleaning so only the laundry and light cleaning pertaining to the children will be required. The schedule is pretty consistent; Monday through Friday from 1:30pm to 6:30pm with the crucial hours being between 3:00pm to 6:30pm. They are offering an hourly rate of $15-$18 per hour based on experience, and plan to pay the nanny directly. They would like some flexibility for the nanny to work an occasional morning as well (with plenty of advanced notice; i.e. 7:30am to 9:00am) and then the nanny would simply come in the afternoon at 3:00pm instead of 1:30pm or use some of the 25 hours for an occasional evening or weekend.


Employment Type: Part time
Salary: $15-$18 per hour
License Required: Valid Driver's License
Certification Required: CPR
Experience Required: Minimum 3-5 years
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