Victoria R

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Nanny in London

Personal Information: I am an outgoing, energetic individual, with a B.A. from Brock University. My interests include baking, reading and knitting. In my own family, I have a ten-year old half brother, as well as a four-year old niece. Experience: Girl Guides of Canada I was the responsible guider for the 70th London Brownies. I worked with the other leaders to deliver a fun, non-competitive program to the girls that delivers education, co-operation and enjoyment. I was also the First Aid guider in the group. I was been a Girl Guide leader for five years, three in the Niagara area, and two in London. Grimsby Museum I was the Museum Education and Special Event Assistant for the Grimsby museum in Niagara. My primary responsibilities included creating and running the program from a schedule set out by the Special Event Manager. Using the schedule, I created an educational program around the theme of the camp, including information, crafts, experiments and games. I was also responsible for assisting with the management of the camp volunteers. Drama Teacher/Camp Counsellor As a drama teacher for OLearys School of Drama (Now Act 1) in Pickering, ON my primary responsibilities were to develop a program emphasizing creative expression for the children aged 5-12. Through the weekly classes, the children began with exploring drama games and some theory, and progressed to line memorization and in-depth self-expression. I also created the play performed at the end of the year by the students. As camp counselor, I was responsible for the safety and well-being for the children in the camp setting. The days followed a set schedule according to theme, with a skit performed by each group every day, culminating in a talent show at the end of every two-week period. Babysitter As a babysitter for two families while in high school, I looked after a family of three, as well as a newborn. For the family of the three, I utilized a chore schedule set out by the parents, helped with homework and made lunches. I also helped out on weekends, taking the children to various community events. I cared for the newborn, Catherine, for a period of three hours once per week. My primary responsibilities were taking her outside, playing with her indoors and putting her to bed. In university, I babysat for the Cecchini family with three children. It was an on-call position, usually weekends and occasional weekdays. My primary responsibilities were to take the children to the park, organize crafts, and snacks. Experience: Girl Guides of Canada I am the responsible guider for the 70th London Brownies. I work with the other leaders to deliver a fun, non-competitive program to the girls that delivers education, co-operation and enjoyment. I am also the First Aid guider in the group. I have been a Girl Guide leader for four years, three in the Niagara area, and one in London. Grimsby Museum I was the Museum Education and Special Event Assistant for the Grimsby museum in Niagara. My primary responsibilities included creating and running the program from a schedule set out by the Special Event Manager. Using the schedule, I created an educational program around the theme of the camp, including information, crafts, experiments and games. I was also responsible for assisting with the management of the camp volunteers. Drama Teacher/Camp Counsellor As a drama teacher for OLearys School of Drama (Now Act 1) in Pickering, ON my primary responsibilities were to develop a program emphasizing creative expression for the children aged 5-12. Through the weekly classes, the children began with exploring drama games and some theory, and progressed to line memorization and in-depth self-expression. I also created the play performed at the end of the year by the students. As camp counselor, I was responsible for the safety and well-being for the children in the camp setting. The days followed a set schedule according to theme, with a skit performed by each group every day, culminating in a talent show at the end of every two-week period. Babysitter As a babysitter for two families while in high school, I looked after a family of three, as well as a newborn. For the family of the three, I utilized a chore schedule set out by the parents, helped with homework and made lunches. I also helped out on weekends, taking the children to various community events. I cared for the newborn, Catherine, for a period of three hours once per week. My primary responsibilities were taking her outside, playing with her indoors and putting her to bed. In university, I babysat for the Cecchini family with three children. It was an on-call position, usually weekends and occasional weekdays. My primary responsibilities were to take the children to the park, organize crafts, and snacks.

Nanny Details

Email Address ...@hotmail.com
Phone Number
Years of Experience 5
Age Group Newborn
Infants
Primary School
Availability Live Out
Full Time
Part Time
Summer Only
Long Term
Short Term
Duration Summer Only
Language English
Pay Negotiable
Hourly
Special Needs Epilepsy
Diabetes
Mental Health
Severe Allergies
Physical Disability
Intellectual Disability
Tourettes Syndrome
Services Pet Care
Swimming Supervision
Homework Supervision
Training CPR
Babysitter
Work Eligibility Eligible To Work
Household Light Housekeeping
Meal Preparation
Own Transportation
Number of Children 3
Twins Or Multiple Children Yes

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