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French speaking live-in nanny / house manager – Ealing, W3

  • Live-in
  • London
  • This position has been filled.

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French Nanny London

French speaking live-in nanny / house manager – Ealing, W3

    • Working days / hours: Monday to Friday from 7:45am to 6pm with around 2h rest time during the afternoon (while toddler is sleeping). Very occasional overnights.
    • To look after two children: a 4-year-old girl (going to nursery) and a 14-month-old boy, both very healthy and easy.
    • Starting date: Mid-January 2022
    • Salary: £2,000 per month + independent studio + all utilities paid for (including mobile phone)
    • Language requirements: French native speaking nanny and able to communicate in English. The successful candidate must only speak French to the two children.
    • Accommodation: The nanny will have her own independent studio (including bathroom and kitchen) with all utilities paid for. Independent entrance.
    • The nanny must have a full driver’s license (automatic car)
  • The nanny needs to be fully vaccinated
  • Non-smoker/no drugs.
  • The family is looking for a long-term nanny to become part of the family.
  • Ideally the nanny will be Ofsted-registered. If not registered, the family will financially support the application process.
  • Responsibilities: As well as all usual nanny duties (drop off / pick ups, activities with the children, bath, naps, etc), the successful candidate would also look after the house, including preparing healthy family meals, coordinating shopping tasks and putting the laundry away. No cleaning duties involved (two professional cleaners clean the house twice a week), but the nanny should make sure that the children keep the house tidy.
  • They are looking for someone committed to be part of the family, honest, kind, enthusiastic, energetic, organised, and lots of sense of humour.
  • The family is very happy for the successful candidate to meet the current nanny.
  • Right to work in the UK is essential.