Seeking Awesome American Long-Term Nanny

MorganF

Active Member
So! Our beloved Nanny of many years needs to return to the USA for family reasons. We are seeking a replacement - and you have a high bar to live up to!

We’re a loving, traditional-ish, American-Argie young family, the cheesy sort who sit around and put on plays (just for ourselves) of our favorite books. Just tonight, for example - to give you a sense of our family’s style - we all did an impromptu re-enactment of Yertle The Turtle, our kids’ favorite Dr Seuss book, starring the kids (3 and 5): one as Yertle and the other as Mack.

The requirements are mostly self-evident and straightforward (you need to love little kids etc) but, importantly, we are looking for an American or native English speaker. This is to help ensure our kids grow up speaking English at the native level.

Job is half time or possibly more. And at the Belgrano/Nuñez border, just off Cabildo, and right by the Congreso de Tucuman subte. And hopefully long-term!

Sound interesting? Say hi!
 
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Readyokayy

Registered
So! Our beloved Nanny of many years needs to return to the USA for family reasons. We are seeking a replacement - and you have a high bar to live up to!

We’re a loving, traditional-ish, American-Argie young family, the cheesy sort who sit around and put on plays (just for ourselves) of our favorite books. Just tonight, for example - to give you a sense of our family’s style - we all did an impromptu re-enactment of Yertle The Turtle, our kids’ favorite Dr Seuss book, starring the kids (3 and 5): one as Yertle and the other as Mack.

The requirements are mostly self-evident and straightforward (you need to love little kids etc) but, importantly, we are looking for an American or native English speaker. This is to help ensure our kids grow up speaking English at the native level.

Job is half time or possibly more. And at the Belgrano/Nuñez border, just off Cabildo, and right by the Congreso de Tucuman subte. And hopefully long-term!

Sound interesting? Say hi!

Hi there!

My name is Amy and I'm from the USA. I've lived in Belgrano for over a year now- we are also a mixed family (USA and Argentine) and I'm a native English speaker! In the USA I worked as a registered nurse for about 10 years, some of that time with children. I'd love to know more about the job (hours, job duties) if you're still looking. Hope to hear from you soon!

Amy
 

CandiceHairston

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Hello! My name is Candice and I’ll be in Buenos Aires next Monday. I have been a nanny and now I’m a kids Behavioral Therapist. I always gets compliments from parents and employers about my patience and creativity with kids. I was also a Spanish minor in college and I am an English native speaker. Please let me know if your interested in meeting or talking once I get there!

Thank you :)
 
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