Full time, Live-out Infant Nanny needed in Greenwich Village Manhattan, NYC, ASAP - Ref. #WSSE0502 Family of 3 in Greenwich Village needs an infant nanny for their 4 month old, M-F 7:30am-6:30pm with some nighttime flexibility. Honesty, great communication, and a cheery, happy outlook are highly desired. Lots of reading, outings, and singing is the kind of positive environment desired! Full-charge infant experience is required - no exceptions. Salary is $850-1200/week for 55 hours, DOE. For full details, see our job board and apply online: www.KITHandKINnyc.com/nannyjobs... See MoreSee Less
Hi! I’m not in the NYC area, but I’m desperate for advice.
I’m a soon-to-be law student, and picked up a nannying gig to make some extra cash until I begin school in the fall. I’m now a nanny to a high-needs 4 month old boy. He is incredibly fussy and is having issues adjusting to the presence of a nanny. I work three hours a day, five days a week, so I would *hope* he has enough exposure to me. Then again, it’s only been a week. Yet he still screams and is virtually impossible to console without help from his parents. What can I do to ease the transition for him? I fear my job is on the line if I do not succeed at easing him. I’m petrified. ... See MoreSee Less
The United Nations Human Rights featured my story and I'm so deeply moved. I want you to remember that your past does not define you. You can use even the very trying times in your past as a guide for your future. Never forget where you came from.!Life is a journey, don't focus only on a destination.
When you have climbed a ladder don't forget to leave that ladder behind for someone else to climb it. Love freely and forgive as much as possible. In the end know your value but don't forget to respect the value of others too. ... See MoreSee Less
Love has no boundaries. Listen to Alene share her dreams and story with her teenage son, Eli. How far would you go to support someone you love? #StandUp4Migrants #StandUp4HumanRights ow.ly/5FqK30hi1Se
On behalf of all members of My nanny Circle, I would like to extend a special welcome to all the new members.
We look forward to you sharing your valuable insights and knowledge. We love to boast about the fact that we offer a judgement free space, where all are free to participate.There are no "silly questions" so please feel free to ask if you need learn more about any aspect of "nanny care" . #mynannycircle ... See MoreSee Less
Your name is your brand. Protect your brand! Ensure that you understand the need to have boundaries while working with a nanny family. Steer far away from the personal /private lives of your employers; the areas that have nothing to do with your job.
If "grandma" wants to know what's happening in the home where you are working, tell her you don't have a clue-you are too busy caring for the kids. If the neighbor, doorman, your employer's friend question you about the family that you are employed with-"send them packing". Operate like you don't know a darn thing other than the things that you were hired to do!!!!!!!
When you ensure that you have boundaries on your job it will save you a lot of headaches. Realize the people who question you about your employers will turn around and tell them you were the one who shared their private information. I know that you all have your own interesting lives, you don't need to dwell on the private lives of others.
Because working in a private home allows you perhaps to hear and see more intimate details of your employer's lives, it's fundamentally important that you understand that you must respect the privacy of your employer. #mynannycircle #nannylife ... See MoreSee Less