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Rota Nanny

Location: UK

Reference: ELC- 1141668

Summary

H is a very professional and highly experience Norland trained nanny who has a wealth of experience and knowledge that is invaluable to any family she works for! Her bright and cheery disposition comes across immediately when you meet her. However, she remains professional and clearly understands her role as a nanny.

 

H has cared for many ages of children from birth upwards and also has three of her own children, so is familiar with the needs and requirements of childcare from a mother’s perspective. She has covered developmental stages such as weaning, toilet training, establishing routines and sleep training. H is experienced working worldwide and loves the diversity that travel offers. She is very experienced with all types of cultures and families, including both formal and informal households. H is extremely flexible and has experienced most types of roles, therefore is very open minded and happy to vary her role to suit each individual family. She is looking to provide a family with her skills and expertise to help children reach their highest potential – she loves the rewards that this brings alongside of her job satisfaction!

 

H is now looking for a new rota nanny position. She is available with four weeks’ notice and is ideally looking for a position based in the UK. H is confident taking sole charge of children from newborn and her preferred age is newborn to five years old.

Skills

  • Confident driver
  • Happy to travel with a family
  • Pet friendly
  • First aid booked in for renewal in May 2021
  • Current DBS

Spoken Languages

  • English

Education

  • 2014 – Basic Awareness in Child Protection
  • 2014 – Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering
  • 2013 – Developing Inclusive Practice in EYFS Settings
  • 2010 – An Introduction to Forest Schools
  • 2008 – Child Development
  • 2008 – Early Years Leadership Forum
  • 1990 – Norland Nurse with Merit
  • 1989 – NNEB Certificate in Nursery Nursing
  • 1989 – Royal Society of Health Diploma for Nursery Nurses

Experience

  • Working with children from newborn
  • Twin experience
  • Working rota shifts
  • Changing nappies, bottle feeding, settling children down to sleep
  • Establishing routines
  • Weaning and introducing solids
  • Potty training
  • Encouraging children to socialise
  • Planning age appropriate activities
  • Nursery/kindergarten transition
  • Offering emotional support
  • Travelling with families
  • Light household duties around the children
  • Organising children’s toys and wardrobes
  • Liaising with other staff members
  • Preparing healthy meals and snacks

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April 26, 2021

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