Charlotte’s Best Nanny Agency is assisting a family in Uptown Charlotte in finding a professional live-in House Manager/Pet Sitter/Nanny. This position would consist of working 7 days a week as needed. The schedule would work out to be about 30-40 hours of work per week, and schedule would be given in advance. Some weeks will be 7 days, but other weeks the House Manager will be off for days at a time, for long stretches as the family travels quite a bit. The family travels frequently, and they are in the process of adopting their first child, once they adopt their child then the Nanny/House Manager would be required to travel with the family and help care for their child when needed during these trips.
Pet Sitter Duties
This position would consist of taking care of the family’s three dogs a toy mini Girlie, a pocketbook Maltese (both under 3 lbs.), and a Berniedoodle (15 lbs.). The dogs would need to be walked about 4-5 times per day. The House Manager would responsible for coordinating their dog training with their dog trainer and work with them on the commands the dog trainer teaches the dogs. Also, the House Manager would be responsible for coordinating their grooming appointments, making their food is stocked, and they have food and fresh water while the House Manager is on duty.
House Management Duties
The House Manager would also be responsible for keeping the owners and House Managers residences clean in between the times the cleaning service comes. The House Manager would be responsible for managing the cleaning services and being at the home when the cleaning service cleans. The family also request that the House Manager do the families laundry and keep all areas of the home tidy and in running order House Manager would also be asked to run any errands the family needed, grocery shop for the family, and keep groceries stocked in fridge and pantry. The family would need the House Manager to be proactive and anticipate the needs of the home. If the House Manager sees there needs to be a repair made to the home, the House Manager with permission of the family would need to coordinate and be there for the repair.
The family is also in the process of adopting a child. This adoption could go through anytime in the first year of placement. Once the family is able to adopt their child, the House Manager role would turn into a Nannying/House Management role. At this point, the Nanny/House Manager would be expected to meet and exceed their child’s daily needs, and engage the child in activities throughout the day. The House Manager/Nanny would be responsible for tidying up the child’s area, stocking diapers other baby items, doing the child’s laundry, doing child’s dishes and sanitizing bottles, as well as any other duties related to the care of the child. The family would need the House Manager/Nanny to travel with the family, so House Manager/Nanny would need to be ok with traveling with the family for short periods of time.
Living Arrangements and Compensation
This is a full-time, live-in position. The living quarters for the best House Management candidate would include a separate two-bedroom penthouse condo in Uptown, across the hall from the family. The pay for this position is negotiable, with all your living expenses paid, except for food. Benefits include paid time off, paid holidays, all travel expenses covered, paid mileage, and continued pay while the family is away. The best candidate for this position would be experienced, trustworthy, flexible, and reliable. The best candidate must also pass an in-person pre-screening interview, background check, reference check, be drug-FREE and alcohol-free while on duty, and be CPR and First Aid certified.