Tiffany nanny Gender:Female Age:30 Preferred Wage ($/Wk): 300 - 500 Ref ID:332926
|8 years Nanny||9 years Babysitting|
|Can care for|
|Early Morning (6a-9a)|
|Late Morning (9a-12p)|
|Early Afternoon (12p-3p)|
|Late Afternoon (3p-6p)|
|Early Evening (6p-9p)|
|Late Evening (9-12)|
Position Duration:Permanent / Part-time
Would prefer to:Live-out Preferred States:WA
My past childcare experience: Personal Nanny; May 2009- May 2010, Chapel Hill NC-Responsible for welfare and educational well being of a 4 mo thru 16mo old) -Effectively taught motor and language skills (English and Spanish) interactive play and story time Personal Nanny; Summer 2008- 2009, Chapel Hill, NC -Responsible for welfare and educational well being of an 12 month old (now almost 24mo) -Effectively teaching the English and Spanish written and spoken languages through interactive visual aids Summer Nanny; Summer 2008, Chapel Hill, NC -Responsible for well being of a 5mo. old during Summer months while Mom was reentering the workforce. Teachers Assistant; Spring. 2005- Spring 2007, , Chapel Hill, NC -Worked with children ages 1-5 years old -Assisted in childcare and education 10 hours/week -Primary educational stress on children grasp of both the English and Spanish Languages Camp Councilor; May. 2007; Aug.2004; Fayetteville, NC -Responsible for welcoming children, preparing snacks, supplying water, sunblock, and other camp necessities essential to the children's welfare -Acted as a lead councilor for all sports camps in assessing if children were in an effective sports learning environment. -First responder in first aid situations. Babysitter; 2002-2005; Fayetteville, NC -Babysat for various families throughout my high-school career -Responsible for welfare and educational well being of Children ranging from ages Infant -10 years.
Additional Comments: I'm a big believer in arts and the outdoors. Despite the pacific NW weather. I know that in today's society technology is important, but while I believe it is important to teach children about technology I find it equally important to limit the amount of computer, TV, game-systems time they use each day. Furthermore, I believe that the amount off time played on these should not exceed time interacting with other children, playing outside, or examining/partaking in the arts.