Afternoon Nanny Manager in Westlake
- 10 days of vacation per year, 3-5 days of sick time
- 8 Paid holidays (if they fall on a workday): New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day
Family moving to Texas (most likely Westlake) is seeking a creative, active, and intuitive afternoon Nanny Manager. Nanny will arrive at the home before the girls get home from school, pack a snack and backpacks, prep the children’s dinner, and pick up the girl (in family car – excellent driving record required) to take them on adventures. This may include parks and other locations (outdoors as often as possible), where the Nanny will engage with the children in age-appropriate play, crafts, games, and activities. Nanny will encourage the children’s curiosity, and foster their relationships with both the nanny and each other, being sensitive to each child’s needs and personalities. Nanny will arrive back at the house at 5:30, and quickly finish the children’s meal prep, so they can have dinner together. Nanny will stay to clean up with lead nanny, loading dishwasher, wiping down counters, sweeping, etc. (The family employs a housekeeper for deep cleaning.) On one afternoon per week, Nanny will take the children grocery shopping with them, and for a large Costco shop one time/month (list is maintained regularly in a central location). Nanny will need to be teachable and flexible, partnering with and taking direction from, the daytime Lead Nanny. Both parents work from home. Dad will be in and out, and Dad typically does the cooking for the adults, so nannies will need to be comfortable with both parents as employers. The family travels several weeks per year – often to another home in Utah, and occasionally internationally (Dad is from the Netherlands), so nannies may be asked to travel at times (the family employs 3 nannies, but only one nanny at any given time). Family prefers COVID vaccinated candidates unless there is a medically documented reason (in which case candidate should be adhering to practices that provide protection).