10/06/2021 Parent
Nanny
We are a small family living in Long Hanborough.

We have one daughter that is 2.5 years old and will be 3 by the end of 2021. We are expecting our second child to be born at the end of December 2021. (So the kids will be 3 years apart)

The role will start in January 2022. But if you'd like to start earlier ( from September 2021) we can do that.

The tasks from the job are below:

Newborn and toddler care
- Feed the newborn with express milk on a schedule (if the mother is unavailable to breastfeed)
- Change newborn nappies on a schedule
- Help the newborn nap according to her sleep routine

Toddler care (this will be after nursery during school term and general care during school holidays)
- Feed the toddler one afternoon snack after nursery [or lunch and a snack during school holidays] (The mother usually preps this meal)
- Changing and dressing toddler
- Help the toddler nap once a day during school holidays (probably whilst the newborn naps)

General duties
- Normal nursery duties (such as tidying up after play)
- Help keep the family home tidy (we have weekly housekeeper and you’re not asked to do cleaning. We only ask that if a mess is made during play or cooking, you help tidy it up)

Play and Child development
- Discover and take the newborn to age appropriate classes that he/she will enjoy
- Be super organised and be able to keep on top of children's schedule
- Take the newborn or both children outdoors to play
- Be creative and have activity ideas for indoor play
- Do fun activities such as reading, puzzles, artwork (anything that improves their communication or motor skills)
- Cooking and baking (the toddler loves to bake in the afternoon)

Communicate with the child:
- Communicate with the child as often as you can in a polite and helpful tone
- Encourage good manners and behaviour (we do this but it’s helpful for carers to have the same ethos)
- Take an interest in their child to find out what they’re passionate about or curious to learn. Think of activities or books that are aligned with their curiosity or passion.
Source Parent
Contact Rejoyce Randolph
Region South East (Excluding London)
Area Oxfordshire
Location Long Hanborough (Near Witney/Oxford)
Start date Flexible
Salary Depending on experience
Hours Monday - Thursday
Qualifications required Paediatric First Aid, Completion of childcare training
DBS checked Required
Required language English
Experience required At least 1 years experience with a newborn and a toddler
Driving license required No
Employment type Part time
Duration Permanent
Live in / out Live out