Personal Assistant/Nanny

Busy business owner with 3 young children looking for someone that can wear multiple hats and can work well with my personality and my high expectations. Also looking for someone that can build a loving and nurturing relationship with my children and be passionate about their future and success.
On average this is a part-time job; 4-5 hours a day Monday-Friday. However, there may be days or weeks that will fluctuate and a high possibility of being full time.
Basic responsibilities include:
As a Nanny you will be responsible for all tasks related to the care of my children.
Supervise the children 's activities at all times
Plan and prepare meals
Implementing daily routines
Help with new routines in place such as potty training
Teach the children good social manners
Play with the children, both indoors and outdoors
Plan and lead educational activities, including reading, with the children
Help maintain high grade point average
Reinforcing appropriate discipline for the children
Drive the children to and from activities
Be flexible with any additional responsibilities and time to complete them
As a House Manager you will be responsible for the general operation of the home
Help planning, organizing, and coordinating events
Managing household calendars and schedules
Arranging appointments
Schedule and supervise home maintenance projects
Grocery and supply shopping
Dry Cleaning
Housekeeping/Deep cleaning
Flexible with duties asked of and time to complete them
Able to adapt quickly
Able to multi-task
Emotional maturity
Great judgment skills
Great planning and organizing skills
Stress tolerance
High energy level
Loving and nurturing
Contact: April Beus
Phone: 801-557-3833
Email: abeus@henrydayford.com
Please email resume to abeus@henrydayford.com

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