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A Main Line elderly care job requires emotional strength, as well as a gentle demeanor; each of these qualities is highly desirable to families seeking nannies in your local area!

Main Line Nanny Job:

Full Time: Monday through Friday (7:00am-6:00pm)
Children: 7 year old girl and 4 year old twins
Salary Offering: $600-$700 per week
Note: Personality will need to be harmonious with our family
Children's Activities: Our kids love to play outside, go to the pool, go to dance and sports classes. At home, they like to participate in arts and crafts and pretend games.
Position Description: From 7 - 8:30: dress the children and feed them breakfast. 8:30 - 9:30: drop off children at their schools. 9:30 - 12:45: Light housekeeping/errands/meal prep and free time. 12:45 - 3:30: Pick up twins at school and then play with them or take them to afternoon activity. 3:45 - 5:00: Pick up eldest at bus stop and take the kids to afternoon activities. 5:00 6:00: Bring all three kids home and clean them up for dinner.

PARENT REQUEST:

“We would like our nanny to be a calm, organized and mature person, preferably someone who is comfortable helping in any situation, such as someone who previously worked at a Main Line elderly care job. Our main focus is on the children’s safety and wellness, so we are looking for someone who is consistent with discipline.”

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Personality traits held by those who work in a Main Line elderly care job are hard to come by, which is why families get so excited to hire nannies like you! The reviews below highlight candidates that have experiences similar to your own:

“Catherine cared for my children off and on over a period of 4 years. While under her care, the children were well cared for and very happy. My three children enjoyed the games that she played with them. They enjoyed her spirit and ability to discipline them with love and care. I appreciated her services because I knew my children were safe and that she had the knowledge and experience to handle any situation. This was also evidenced at her prior Main Line elderly care job as well, which was why I chose to ask her to be my nanny. Catherine is highly qualified for a nanny position and will make any family very happy with her ability to discipline and properly engage the children.”

“I have known Adriana for a little over 3 years and I have enjoyed every minute. Working with her is such a delight! She always does what is asked and more. She is such a compassionate person, which makes the patients in her Main Line elderly care job love her. When I had my son Andrew almost 2 years ago, Adriana offered to care for him. My son, as well as I, immediately fell in love with her. She does so well with meeting his needs, playing with him and even cleaning up. When I left him with Adriana, I felt like I didn't have to worry. It definitely raised the bar for any other caregivers we have considered. Any family will be lucky to have such a wonderful person look after their children.”

“It is with great pleasure that my wife and I recommend Shanna. When Shanna began helping out with our growing family, we had 2 boys. We now boast six children: four active boys ages 11, 8, and twin 6 year olds, as well as two girls ages 3 and 1. Since she began working for us she has watched the children in varied circumstances including general childcare, during house renovations, when siblings were born and has traveled with us for many types of trips. Some of these trips have included multi-state sports tournaments, which include caring for our children in the midst of hundreds of other children in less than ideal childcare settings. She worked at a Main Line elderly care job for several summers and on her own initiative asked if she could care for our children as well. She has taken our children to ice-skating shows, tennis lessons and special dinners out. The successful handling of such great responsibility by Shanna is the basis for this strong recommendation. On multiple occasions, Shanna has taken the helm of our household in our absence. Sometime our trips were overnight and others were the better part of a week and require us to be in other parts of the country. These challenging situations required her to perform basic childcare as well as prepare all meals, bedtime routines, manage transportation for several of the children to church camps, sport camps, sporting events and play dates, which is not logistically uncomplicated. She even took the children to church on Sunday. Shanna always has always displayed a high degree of integrity, responsibility and care for both our family collectively and our children individually. She appreciates the varied roles that come with caring for children, including the nuances required to manage children when their parents are present / accessible and also when they are not accessible. She is always dependable and her good judgment and mature outlook ensure a caring and practical approach to her endeavors.”

“As a professional, Linda exhibits admirable traits. She is a highly dedicated and motivated person! Qualities such as sensitivity, patience and flexibility have allowed Linda to succeed in the childcare industry. Her calm demeanor keeps the children calm and sets the tone for the classroom. Schedule changes often occur in classrooms due to the needs of the children. Linda has demonstrated the ability to be flexible and quickly switch gears to accommodate unexpected situations that arise and ensure the needs of children are met at all times. She understands the developmental needs that surround children, and has created effective lesson plans that provide a high quality educational environment. The personal qualities of Linda are a significant feature to her overall character. She maintains camaraderie with her fellow workers, and will offer her expertise to the situation. Her strong communication skills were an attribute that carried over from her prior Main Line elderly care job, and was indeed the very reason she was hired at our center in the first place. Effective communication prevents misunderstandings with parents and other staff members. It also allows Linda to effectively teach the children in her care. Linda is a qualified individual who would be an asset to your family!”

“Diana has been giving us respite for the past 6 ½ years. She covered us two to four times per month, for 5-7 hours each visit. We were very fortunate that she opted to take time away from her Main Line elderly care job, and we were lucky to have her patient and calm demeanor around our son. She watched and cared for our developmentally delayed son, Kevin, who is now 19 years of age. Kevin always looked forward to those evenings when Diana would come. It was like a special treat for him. He always treated her like a “guest of honor”. Diana has a way with children; they respond to her. She is dependable, and always arrived on time, ready to go to work. We could always breathe easy as parents, because we knew that we could trust her and that Kevin was in good hands. If there was a snag, and she could not come to our house, she always called ahead, and gave us plenty of notice. Kevin’s safety was our number one thought and hers, too! We hope you appreciate her services, as much as we have.”

“I was the nursery supervisor and Kim worked for me in the nursery on weekends. She not only worked but also held a supervisory position. She did a great job! Kim was punctual, did her job well, and stayed until everyone else left. She comforted crying babies, fed babies, changed babies diapers, played with them and answered questions that other ladies working in the nursery might have. She worked very well with the babies (aged birth to 2 years old) and she worked well with the workers that she supervised. Our nursery was split into 3 age groups, and she was willing to work wherever she was needed. She also exhibited a love for children! I think Kim would make an excellent Nanny! I know that she will bring her same calm personality that she exhibits with the babies as well as in her full time elderly care job in Main Line – we are all so lucky to have her!”

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