79 days ago

Looking For Nannying Work

Frankie from Opawa - Saint Martins

Kia Ora Neighbors,

I’m 21 years old, searching for a nannying job in the neighborhood. I’m great with kids and have lots of experience in looking after children. I previously nannied three boys for almost a year in Wellington, where I picked them up from school and helped take them to sports clubs etc.

I live locally in Cashmere and I’m available weekdays. I’d be happy to give references if needed. Could look after kids in there own home or take them on some local activities!
I have been working in a cafe for the past few months and I am looking for something more local and enjoyable.
I’m affordable at $18 p/h (might be a tad more if you have more children/want sitting until late).

Contact me at; frankienancymusic@gmail.com
Or flick me a text at; 0274375638

Looking forward to hearing from you!
Frankie :)

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