December 4, 2019
Family in Cape Elizabeth is in need of a PART TIME NANNY to start March 2020. They need someone Monday-Thursday 8am-2pm (Wednesdays until 2:30) for a total of 24 hours/week. They have two boys ages 4.5 and 1.5 and a baby due in February. The oldest is in school so the nanny will be caring for the two youngest and sometimes all three children. Mom will initially be home caring for the newborn while nanny helps care for the older children, dropping off/picking up from school, taking them on playdates, to the library, etc. Their ideal nanny is playful, engaging, energetic, kind, loving, and flexible. They would love a 6 month commitment to start with and the potential to stay much longer. Pay is $20-$25/hour + paid vacation/holidays.
Family in Scarborough with two boys ages 4 and 1.5 needs a nanny to start ASAP, Monday-Friday 9am-3pm mostly for their oldest. They need help mostly with the oldest, spending one-on-one time with him, bringing him to his appointments and engaging with him. They would love to have the nanny stay until the start of the school year in 2020 and pay is $15-$16/hour.
Family in Raymond is looking for a PART TIME HOUSEHOLD MANAGER to start ASAP/will wait for the right fit to help with their busy family, 20-25 hours/week. Hours can be very flexible for the right fit, 3-5 days/week, 3pm-7pm (Tues and Thursday hours could be 11am-3pm or 11am-7pm if better for the nanny). They have three children ages 3,5, and 6 who are in school full days. Household duties include laundry, changing bedding, light cleaning, meal prep, grocery shopping, dishes, errands, car maintenance, and childcare duties include picking up from daycare, bus stop, help with bedtime, reading, playtime, crafts, games, etc. Ideally they would love for a 1-3 year commitment. Their ideal nanny is patient, open minded, good communication, has a background or understanding of children with ADHD/trauma background, willing to learn techniques for sensory children, trustworthy, and easy to work with as initially you will be working with the parents but in time on your own so having good initiative. Pay is $25/hour.
Family in Yarmouth with two girls ages 4 and 6 need help Wednesdays 2pm-7:15pm and Fridays (possibly could do Thursday if better for the nanny) 3:45pm-7:15pm for about 9 hours/week. Wednesdays will start by helping with dishes, laundry, meal prep, and tidying until the oldest gets off the bus around 4, then pick up their youngest, come home for quiet time, play time, homework, dinner, reading, and ready for bed. Friday hours will be just childcare and no household help. Pay is $20/hour and position starts anytime.
OVERNIGHT NEWBORN NANNY needed in Falmouth to start in January for 3 overnights/week, Sundays and Tuesdays and one other overnight (Not Thurs/Fri) 9:30pm-7:30am but is flexible what the ten hour shift could be. Nanny will have use of the guest room and will have the basinet in her room too, care involves all things baby related. Pay is $17-$22/hour. She would like to have the nanny stay on until June.
Family in Kennebunkport with a baby due in February needs a PART TIME NANNY to start mid-March. Hours are Mon, Tues, Thurs, and Fridays 8am-3pm for a total of 28 hours/week. They would love a nanny to stay for at least 2.5 years ideally. They are looking for a nanny to help with all baby related care- feeding, changing, putting down for naps, schedule, playtime, and if napping help with the laundry would be great. Their ideal nanny will be kind, understanding, loves infants, and has experience caring for infants as a mom/grammie/nanny. They are open to a nanny with a child. The mom works in her office right down the street, occasionally dad might work from his in-home office, and occasionally the grandmother might stop by as they live right next doo. They really want the nanny to become part of their family and enjoy being home and spending the day with the baby. Pay is $15-$22/hour depending on experience + Paid holidays+paid vacation+ possibly travel with the family.
Family in Freeport with two boys ages 3 and 4 months old is in need of a PART TIME NANNY to start ASAP, Thursdays 8am-4pm and Fridays 8am-1pm for 13 hours/week. Duties include caring for a baby and toddler, preparing snacks/ meals, feeding and nap schedule for the baby, playtime, outside time, arts and crafts, baking, and engaging with them mostly at home- no need for driving yet. They are hoping for someone to stay at least a year and their ideal nanny is creative, nurturing, positive, and fun. Family is open to a nanny with a child. Pay is $16-$22/hour.
Family in Freeport is looking for a PERMANENT BABYSITTER to work Wednesdays 1pm-6pm to help be a second set of hands for four children ages 12, 10, and 5.5 year old twins. The mom will be home as well but needs help driving some kids to activities, sports, play dates, or hanging with the twins at home while mom takes the older children to their activities. Position starts Dec/Jan and is for the school year. Pay is $20-$25/hr.
Family in Scarborough needs a PART TIME NANNY to start ASAP for their 9 year old girl. They are flexible with days and hours, it could be as little as 3 days/week or as much as 5 days/week depending on what the nanny’s availability is. Hours needed are 2-6pm or 3-7pm; they are open! If you have afternoons available this position could be a great fit. Their daughter has some medical concerns that are easily managed. The parents live in two different homes, just 7 minutes from each other and both are work-at-home parents. Duties include getting from school, bringing to activities, keeping her engaged and if starting before she gets home help with grocery shopping, errands, and tidying. Pay is $17-$23/hour + paid holidays +paid vaca.
UPDATED: Family is open to a LIVE-OUT NANNY. Family in Buxton is looking for a FULL TIME NANNY LIVE IN their separate apartment. They are due next month with their first baby boy and position would start January 15, 2019. Hours are Monday-Friday 7am-3pm for a total of 40 hours/week. Care is all things baby related- feeding, changing, washing, playing, taking outside, and help with baby laundry, dishes, and tidying up (baby related only). The mom works from her in-home office that is separate and will be in for feedings when he is still nursing. They are interested in a nanny that would want to live-in their apartment that is on their 8 acre property. Nanny would have a 1 bedroom apartment, living room, kitchen, bathroom that is separate from the house and includes a garage for parking, washer/dryer, dishwasher, and electricity (nanny pays for heat, cable/wifi) They are offering $14-$16/hour (for live-in) and $16-$20/hour (for live-out) + paid vaca/sick/holidays.
Family in Falmouth is looking for a FULL TIME NANNY to start ASAP Monday-Friday 7:30-5:30 for fifty hours/week for their two children ages 4 and 2. Their oldest will be in school 5 mornings/week, so duties involve caring for the youngest, taking out and about, and on adventures until you need to pick up the oldest from school. Other duties are Lunch prep, naps, household help, laundry, etc. The hours in the summer will be closer to 40 hours/week and then come fall could reduce to 30 hours/week. OR if the nanny wanted to maintain 40 hours/week they could use those hours for household help, duties, cleaning, grocery shopping meal prep, etc. They are also open to a nanny that can only commit until the end of August 2020. Pay is $16-$21/hour + paid vaca/holidays.
Family in Portland needs a NANNY/HOUSEHOLD MANAGER to start January/February 2020 for their three children ages 9, 6, and 5 years old. They need help mornings and afternoons. They can offer 25-35 hours/week depending on what the nanny is looking for. Their minimum hours will be Monday-Friday 7am-9am and 3pm-6pm. They can add 5-10 more hours/ week with help around the home, meal prep, organizing, errands, etc. Duties include driving kids to and from school, bringing to their activities, sports, play outside in all weather. They are looking for a nanny who is good at multitasking, can make the most of their unstructured time together playing, going on adventures, taking a walk, getting outside and dirty. They are offering $20/hour with the weekly hours being guaranteed paid, maintain the hours in the summer, + Paid vaca/holidays. They would love for someone to stay at minimum one year.
Family in Yarmouth is looking for OVERNIGHT newborn nanny care starting April 2020 (baby due at the end of March) until June. They are looking for help about 5-6 overnights/week and are find having two nannies to split up the shifts. Days of the week and hours are very flexible, 9pm-7am or some 8-10 hour shift would work. They have two older children and have had overnight newborn nannies before. Duties include waking with the baby, feedings, changings, soothing, etc- nanny will share the nursery or have the guest room to sleep in the same room as the baby. Pay is open.
UPDATED: Family in Yarmouth is looking for a FULLTIME NANNY to start May 2020 Monday-Friday (every other Fridays) 8/8:30am-5/5:30pm for their two girls ages 6 (in school full time) and 1.5 years old. Duties include getting outside, reading, planning fun activities in the community, getting their oldest from the bus/school, light cleaning, dishes, laundry, errands. They would love a nanny who is loving, responsible, active, reliable, engaging, flexible, and able to give their children 100% focus/engagement. They are open to a nanny with her own child. Pay is $15-$18/hour + paid holidays/paid vacation.
Family moving to Maine, likely Cape Elizabeth/Scarborough/Yarmouth is looking for a FULLTIME NANNY to join them August 24, 2020 They have a one year old boy who will be 2 years old when the nanny starts. Both parents are doctors, their schedule varies slightly but the earliest start time would be 6:15am and the latest end time would be 6:45pm. They can offer a nanny 40 hours/week as they will have another nanny helping the other 15-20 hours/week. So that allows for some flexibility with the nanny’s exact schedule- some ideas could be 3 or 4 long days or 4-5 shorter days, etc; they are open to ideas. Their ideal nanny will be active, willing to explore/go on adventures/socialize their son as he loves being with other kiddos, being outside, playing. They would love a nanny who can potentially stay 5+ years or longer, they would love for the nanny to join their family for the long term as there will be plans for another baby in the future. They would like help with childcare first and foremost, help getting their dog outside/walk, dishes, laundry, grocery shopping, and would be super appreciative if the nanny was a good/healthy cook. They are offering $16-$20/hour + paid vacation/holidays.
Family in Portland’s East End (moving to Cape Elizabeth on the Cape/South Portland line) needs a PART TIME nanny to start December for their almost one year old boy. Their scheduling needs are Tues, Wed, and Thursdays10:30am-5:30pm for a total of 21 hours/week. They would love an experienced nanny who is easy to work with, mature, responsible, flexible, and willing to take him out and about in the community/walks/playdates. Parents work from home. This family is open to a nanny share or a nanny with her own child. Pay is $16-$20/hour + paid holidays/paid sick days/paid vaca.
Family in Falmouth is looking for an AFTERSCHOOL NANNY Monday-Friday 3pm-6pm to help with their three children ages 6, 4, and almost 2 years old. Start date can be anytime. Duties include picking up children from school, bringing home, snacks/meals, helping with children laundry, picking up after children. They would love a nanny who is patient, creative, silly, active, and responsible. Pay is $20/hour + Paid holidays/sick/vacation. They would love a nanny to stay at least 2 years.
UPDATED: PART TIME AFTER SCHOOL nanny for their three girls in Cape Elizabeth Monday-Friday 2:45-6pm to start January. They are ages 10, 7, and 5 years old (the oldest is in a wheelchair and is very self sufficient with no medical needs from the nanny). This family has welcomed every nanny that has worked for them with open arms, they quickly became part of the family, and the nanny is always valued and respected. They need help getting the girls off the bus, driving them to their various activities, making their lunches for the next day, and if time allows help keeping up with children’s laundry. The hours remain consistent in the summer. Pay is $20/hour, consistent pay always, vaca pay/holiday pay/sick pay.