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      Nanny Required

      For G7, B6 & G3 in London

      (Temp for June-August)

      £12 nph

      A lovely family, we have worked with for the past two year summers, is travelling to London from Saudi Arabia. They require a temporary live-out nanny in London from 12 June – 15 August 2019. The nanny will be required to take care of their three children (G7, B6 & G3) both sole and shared care depending on the daily plan and accompanying the family on day trips. The family will be out of London from 12 – 21 July and no childcare will be required during this period.

      The children are very pleasant and well behaved and our previous nannies have enjoyed working with the family and caring for the siblings. They love to be outdoors and like to help the nanny plan their day trips in London. They speak English well and are also learning Spanish, therefore a qualified and experienced nanny that is fluent in both languages and knows their way around London is preferred.

      The family would like the candidate to work 6 days per week, a minimum of 30 hours is offered and a maximum of 50, although based on previous experience it is likely to be on the higher side.

      The hourly rate is £12 NPH. The closest tube station to them is Victoria Station. The nanny should have her own accommodation in London and be looking forward to working with a great family that enjoys their trips to London every year.

      The family is ready to interview candidates via facetime immediately as they hope to arrange the contract ASAP.

      Requirements:

      • Fluent English speaker
      • Fluent Spanish speaker preferred 
      • 3+ years of experience in childcare
      • Available for the whole period
      • Own accommodation in London
      • Good knowledge of the city
      • Excellent previous references
      • Up to date Police Check/DBS

      Package:

      • £12 npw
      • All expenses during activities are covered

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