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Fun And Helpful Sitter!
My name is Maribel. Im a dance teacher for STL youth. I have 2 years of experience of caring for kids. I can help with Light Housekeeping and I love doing Laundry. As well as helping with homework and other educational tasks.
$13-18/hr
2 yrs of exp.
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Hannah
Hi! I am a very reliable, patient, and creative person. I have experience working as a respite care provider for children with intellectual disabilities, working as CNA in an inpatient children's psychiatric unit, and babysitting. I love connecting with kids and offering them a supportive and trusting adult. I am comfortable doing additional tasks as needed/requested. I want to be able to provide parents with comfort and security of having someone trustworthy watching their little ones
$20-25/hr
3 yrs of exp.
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A Person Who Loves Arts And Crafts!
Hello everyone! I have 4 years of experience working and providing for children. I worked at my college Early Childhood Development center. Shortly after I was welcomed a beautiful nephew who I also enjoy looking after, He's 3 now!
$15-25/hr
4 yrs of exp.

New jobs posted by families:

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We are looking for an occasional babysitter for 2 children in Saint Louis County. We would like to start a relationship with a babysitter who we would call on to help for a few hours during the weekends and/or evening for a parent's night out or to relieve one parent to run errands. We would prefer someone who has experience with toddlers and infants, can make dinners, is vaccinated against COVID-19, must have their own car, does not smoke, is comfortable with cats, and who is CPR certified. The ideal babysitter would be fun, patient, trustworthy and an excellent communicator.
time Full Time
Starts 11/26
$20-25/hr
Transportation Required
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I am looking for a nanny on Wednesdays to take care of my terrific 2-year-old little boy! This is an the setting of a medical office where I work. The day starts with breakfast, followed by play time, lunch, nap and more play. He is a sweet, fun boy. He does not talk much yet but he is very smart and love puzzles and playground time. He is cloth diapered but I promise it is easy and we do all the laundry.
time Part Time
Starts 01/18
$13-18/hr
Transportation Required

New jobs posted by businesses:

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The candidate selected for this position will be responsible for the general observation and supervision of a group of children in compliance of the state regulated staff/child ratio specific for the age group in which they are hired. Qualifications: The candidate selected for this position must be professionally prepared in the field of early childhood education or development and relate well with both children and adults. This person must be sensitive and mature, have the personality and the ability to problem solve, listen, and provide positive leadership and stability for the growth of the program. This candidate must have a high school diploma/GED This candidate must have an annual health examination, TB Test, Hepatitis A Shot and a child abuse and neglect background screening, (12) Training Annual Clock Hours, CPR Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, the following: Must have the ability to follow instructions given by the Lead Teacher Meet the individual needs of all children Maintain a clean and orderly environment Have the ability to communicate with the lead teacher about the positive and negative aspects of the child's behavior Assist in crisis situations and be sensitive to children needs as a group and individually Supervise play activity through: Interacting with the children at all times o Enforcing safety rules o Intervening when children are likely to injure themselves of others o Remaining with the children until relieved by another adult. Assist in planning and preparing the environment by setting up interest centers and gathering needed supplies for activities in advance Assisting children with self-care activities Assist with children who experience difficulty in the group or who temporarily lose physical or emotional control without using corporal punishment Achieve the required 12 hours of training per calendar year by attended on-going training classes, seminars and conferences to Assist with general housekeeping duties Observing, documenting, and reporting daily activities, significant individual and group behavior Share information and knowledge with other staff members Assist with other duties assigned by administrative staff
time Full Time
Starts 11/04
$10-15/hr
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