Netherlands, Amsterdam, Salary Dependent on experience
An entrepreneurial family, based in the South of Amsterdam, are looking for a fulltime, live-in (junior) nanny to support the family in taking care of their children. The family currently have two children (girl 5 months and girl 2 years).
The family is looking for a helpful, energetic, and discrete hard worker who is willing to work under the lead of the nanny/house manager who is already employed by the family. Flexibility and willingness to work varying hours are key in this position.
The (junior) nanny will be required to work 60 hours per week with one day off in the week (on a weekday) and will be on duty during the weekends.
Maintaining the children’s routines
Playing with the children, reading to them, doing crafts, going on outings in the neighbourhood
Supervising play dates when needed
Preparing healthy, simple children's meals and snacks
Supporting the senior nanny/house manager in taking care of the children
Bringing the children to or picking the children up at their nurseries or other activities if needed
Babysitting in the evening
Receiving parcels and other deliveries
Keeping track of household supplies and stocks
Grocery shopping and running errands
Travel with the family
Tidying up after the children’s and own activities
Packing and unpacking suitcases and other luggage before/after travel
The family is looking for someone who is able to bond with the children and willing to support them in their growth under the guidance of the family’s lead nanny. The ideal (junior) nanny will be warm and engaging while also able to set boundaries. Like the rest of the team, the (junior) nanny functions as a role model for the children by promoting good manners, kindness, and respect. The (junior) nanny should feel comfortable taking sole charge of both children when needed.
In approximately two years the family will move into a bigger residence. The future household will be fully staffed and may have other additional live-in staff. As such, the (junior) nanny must be happy to work and live in a team environment.
It is essential the (junior) nanny meets the following:
Preferably fluent in English
Holds a driving licence – valid in the Netherlands is a plus
Fully vaccinated in order to be able to travel with ease
Has the right to work in the EU
Maximum 3000 euro net per month on payroll – salary may vary depending on experience
A fulltime contract
Standard Dutch work-related social security coverage