Hiring: Part-Time Nanny (20hrs/wk) Starting January 2023



My family is looking for a caring, active, reliable sitter/nanny to look after our sweet, playful son (who will be 12 months old) beginning January 2023. This is a part-time position of 20 hours per week, Monday to Friday, 1pm – 5pm (though we can be a bit flexible with the hours, if needed). Pay is commensurate with experience so we’re happy to chat about your wage expectations.We live just west of Westboro in Ottawa along two bus routes, and there is guest parking available if you have your own vehicle. Both parents regularly work from home and require afternoons for meetings/deep work. There may also be occasional opportunities for some additional hours (with lots of heads up).No additional housekeeping or meal prep is required, other than tidying up any fun messes made while playing with the kiddo and/or prepping and cleaning up after feeding him as needed. All focus is just on keeping the little one entertained and engaged, which can include outdoor excursions to the nearby park.We are a smoke-free home and we have no pets. The ideal candidate for us:- has a minimum of four years experience with babies/toddlers – is a non-smoker- has up-to-date first-aid training for young children- has a completed vulnerable sector check, and – is up-to-date with all of their vaccines.If you think you’d be a good match for our family, please reach out to continue the conversation/share your resume. First interview will be by phone, then an in-person interview. Thanks!Please visit https://canadiannanny.ca/jobs/hiring-parttime-nanny-20hrswk-starting-january-2023-canadian-job-ottawa-on to view full details and to apply. FREE REGISTRATION and lots of jobs to choose from!————————————————————————————————————–CanadianNanny.ca is the #1 Nanny Site in Canada, trusted by millions of Nannies and families. Visit canadiannanny.ca for lots of jobs to choose from!Browse interesting jobs in your neighbourhoodEasily message and connect with the families you likeGet hired quickly and seamlessly

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