Underhill Family- This Underhill family of four is looking for a live-in nanny for their two children (3 and 6). The position starts mid-July, potentially sooner. Generally hours are Monday-Friday, 7am-7pm. In the fall both children will be in school for at least part of the week. The family is offering a ski pass, as well as opportunities to travel with them (a passport is a plus), paid time off, and a salary of $50-58,000/year. Living quarters include a separate entrance, two bedrooms, full bath, kitchen, and the nanny can have a cat or dog if they wish. The family is also open to discussing the nanny’s partner or spouse sharing the living space as well. They are looking for someone active and creative who loves the outdoors, a skier would be a plus.
South Burlington Family- This family is looking for care for their 7 month old starting in mid-July. The schedule will likely be Monday-Friday, 8am-3 or 4pm. Light housekeeping is required, tidying up the baby’s areas, maintaining the baby’s room, assisting with laundry, etc. This child does have some food allergies and the nanny must feel comfortable administering medication as needed. Compensation will start at $14-15/hour.
Chittenden Family- This family of three is looking for part time care for their 15-month old starting August 12. The schedule is 3 days/week, approximately 6 hours per day. The days of the week will change on a monthly basis, but the schedule will be known 1-2 months in advance. They’re looking for someone who will allow the child to explore and lead the activities of interest to her, someone who is engaged, and loves taking her outside. Additional responsibilities for the nanny will include some child related housekeeping (such as dishes, child, laundry, etc.) and some meal prep for the family. There are times that the father will be working overnights and sleeping during the daytime, or getting ready for work while the nanny is in the home. They are offering one week of paid vacation, 2 paid sick days, and have a range starting at $15/hour.
Huntington Family- This Huntington Family of 6 is looking for a part time nanny for their children for 2-3 full days per week, they are open to have up to 4 days. Monday and Thursday, are required days, but the family would be open to adding either Wednesday daytime or Tuesday evenings if the nanny is interested in picking up additional hours. Primary responsibilities are for the youngest two children, as the older children are in school (youngest are 2 and 4). Responsibilities will also include some light housekeeping. The family is looking for someone who is active and enjoys being outdoors. Compensation is dependent upon candidate, $15-20/hour.
Killington Family- This Killington area family is looking for afternoon care for their newborn. The position will start in June and it is 3:30-6:30 each evening Monday-Friday. The nanny will pick the baby up from daycare and bring her home then go through her afternoon/evening routine with her. The family is offering to extend hours on one evening if the nanny is looking for extra time, up to 20 hours per week. This family is offering mileage for the pick-ups and activities, some paid vacation and holidays, and a rate of $18-22/hour.
Stockbridge Family- This Stockbridge family is looking for care for their newborn 25-30 hours per week starting in June through September/October. The schedule will be Thursday-Sunday, 8-12 hour days, late morning into late evening. The family would like someone who is active and will do activities with their baby such as go for walks, story times, visiting mom and dad at work, etc. They'd also like help in getting the baby into a routine. The family does have one dog. They are offering $15-23/hour.
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*All candidates go through a screening process prior to being introduced to client families. Once a family is interested in a candidate they will go through an interview process with that person and at time of hire will become the employer of record for the nanny. Vermont Nanny Connection, West Childcare Connection, LLC does not employ any care providers directly.