THIS POSITION IS LOCATED IN SOUTHHAMPTON, NEW YORK

Who We Are:  

Nines is a private membership service offering household staffing and management. We recruit and hire top-tier service professionals in categories such as: childcare providers, housekeepers, chefs, drivers, tutors, personal assistants, and more for our members.   

We believe that being a socially responsible employer is not only the right thing to do, but it also results in a service experience of unrivaled quality for our members. Nines offers a best-in-class employment experience for our service professionals, complete with hands-on training, competitive salary, healthcare benefits, paid vacation, and developmental resources.   

We’re seeking service professionals who are as passionate about the art of hospitality and home care as we are.  

 

About the Household:   

The home is a 5,000 square foot property located in Watermill, Long Island where the member household is comprised of a  husband and wife and their two children, ages 1 and 3. They are very schedule oriented and involved with the children.  Live-In accommodations will be provided in the Watermill home  comprised of a private bedroom and bath within the primary residence. They also own a second property in Tribeca, New York, where they plan to move back to by the end of August/September.   

 

Responsibilities and Duties:      

  • Provide childcare for a pair of siblings, a 1-year-old and a 3-year-old   
  • Provide typical care including but not limited to: dressing the children, bed and bath time, etc    
  • Maintain knowledge of all the phases of childhood development from infancy through school-age  
  • Plan entertaining games, arts and crafts projects, and activities to stimulate a child’s learning, imagination, and development   
  • Implement outdoor play and other physical activities   
  • Monitor the development of fine motor and sensory skills   
  • Help with speech and language acquisition   
  • Aid in the development of interpersonal relationships with siblings and peers   
  • Follow household protocol    
  • Prepare children for all travel    
  • Assist with special events such as birthday parties and family functions    
  • Prepare light meals for children as needed, adhering to dietary guidelines of parents  
  • Provide light housekeeping as needed    
  • Maintaining a well-kept and organized household   
  • Other responsibilities according to the needs of the Member   

 

Household Specific Requirements:   

  • Willingness to run household errands as needed   
  • Provide childcare assistance such as helping kids get ready for school and supervising children when needed.  
  • Occasionally perform light cooking and preparation of snacks .  
  • Must have a valid Driver’s License     
  • Experience with multiple children      
  • CPR and First Aid Certified     
  • Background in early childhood education a plus    

 

Schedule: 

  • Full Time Live-In – 50 hours/ week  
  • Five day work week, weekends off   
  • Monday: 10AM – 7PM,  Tuesday – Friday 7AM-7PM  
  • Schedule is subject to change when the family travels  

 

Compensation:    

  • $20-30 USD/ hour  

 
Qualifications:      

  • 3+ years of full-time nanny experience     
  • Flexibility to work occasional weekends    
  • Ability to work with multiple children 
  • Flexible, organized, and able to manage time and exceed expectations     

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