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Rota Nanny required

London G3 & B5, 2 weeks on/off 24/7, £55,000+ GPA

An international family residing in St John’s Wood, London is seeking a qualified and experienced bilingual English/Spanish live-in rota nanny for the care of their daughter aged three years old and their son aged 5 years old. The working schedule shall be 2 weeks on 24/7 and 2 weeks off. Live in accommodation is provided during your shifts and also when travelling overseas with the family. During your time off you will stay in your own current accommodation, therefore nannies based in London already are preferred.

The ideal candidate will be an experienced nanny that genuinely loves working with children and is seeking her next long-term live-in role in London. The nanny must be fluent in English and be able to develop the children’s language skills in English and Spanish through engaging age-appropriate activities inside and outside of the home. The nanny should be kind and patient.

This is a sole-charge role and the nanny should be confident to visit local parks, museums and arrange play dates in the area. The family are also looking to employ a Governor between Monday-Friday who will work with their son aged 5, therefore during those hours the main focus will be with their daughter aged 3.


The salary on offer is starting from £55,000+ GPA. The family is ready to start the interview process immediately. Successful candidates should be ready to start the role immediately.


  • Fluent English & Spanish speaker
    • Minimum 5 years of experience as a nanny in a similar role
    • Up to date First Aid Certificate
    • Up to date and cleared DBS
    • At least 3 contactable references


    • £55,000+ GPA
    • All travel-related expenses covered when travel is required
    • Live in accommodation whilst working
    • Statuary holiday and sick pay based on U.K guidelines



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