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Kittisha M.     Age 23      Female      Toronto, ON  - Yonge and St Clair
 
Member ID: 230262 
Seeking work as a : Nanny or Babysitter or Nanny/Housekeeper or Nanny/Tutor or Mother's Helper 
Position Type: Live-Out, Full Time, Part Time 
 
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  About Me
 
Hello. I am a young, fun, energetic, responsible, reliable and flexible Nanny with tons of experience.

Want to know a little about me I am between the age of 20-25 (personally from what the children I have worked with have said, they prefer a younger Nanny because young nannies are more fun. and easier to relate to. ) I loved working with children since the age of 9 and skipped recess just so I could help out in the kindergarten classrooms. How is it possible to love children when I was a child myself Well, I have 16 nieces and nephews, therefore, I have started babysitting at a young age. I was always very mature for my age due to my upbringing and when I used to babysit my nieces and nephews I used to set up art activities for them and I even made attendance sheets pretending I was an actual teacher.

My elementary school principal realized I enjoyed being around younger children, so luckily at the young age of 9 I was hired as the parent-teacher night babysitter. I was in a classroom alone with up to 10 young children and it was my first paid job. Although it was only $25 it meant a lot to me and it wasn't even about the money, it was the fact that I was a young child trusted with babies and toddlers while parents met with teachers alongside their older children. That night inspired me even more to continue to work with children.

I continued to volunteer with anything child related and once I entered high school and learned I could do a co-op course in the 11th and 12th grade, I was all for it. In grade 11 I did co-op in a daycare rotating throughout the infant room, toddler room, preschool room and even walked the schoolagers to school and picked them up in the evening.

Due to doing such an outstanding job, I was offered a job at the daycare right after my co-op placement and I was only 16. I wasn't qualified to work there because I wasn't an ECE but they were confident that I would be a good fit. I worked after school hours until 6pm everyday for 2 years.

In grade 12 I did co-op in a school to gain experience in another environment and was placed in 1 classroom. The teacher I worked alongside bragged about me in the staff room and before I knew it I was rotating through three kindergarten classrooms throughout the week. I ended up connecting with 118 kindergarten children, 3 teachers, 1 EA and 1 speech therapist.

After finishing my final co-op placement the principal at the elementary school referred me to work with the school board as a camp counsellor. I did my interview at the school board office and was hired on the spot as a camp counsellor, paid way over minimum wage. It was the best summer of my life.

As an adult I went on to do the ECE course at George Brown College and did over 8 co-op placements in daycares and schools.

After college I decided to take the route of becoming a Nanny so I can feel more free working with parents and children and connect in a different way. Being a Nanny means I get to be flexible with my hours and truly help parents guide their children into adulthood. It takes a village to raise a child and my role as a Nanny means parents get an extra helping hand. Not JUST during the hours of 6am-6pm, but whenever they need my support.

I was a nanny for a 2 year old boy for 2 years and it was a sad day when he started school because I knew his parents would no longer need my support. We had a blast while he was in my care from 5am-9pm and I felt more like a family member than a Nanny.

I was a Nanny for 3 children; 4, 8 and 11 years old, for 6 months and we had so much fun together. Unfortunately they moved to a different country, but I still keep in contact with them.

I was an occasional Nanny for 5 month old twins who I looked after 4 times.

I am was a Nanny for a 13 month old and I was looking after him since he was 7 months. He relocated to a different province and I will sadly be looking for another position as a full time Nanny.

I am experienced with ages newborn-13 years. I am able to do anything a parent/guardian would need me to do for their child. I am very compassionate, sympathetic, energetic and would put my all into providing care for any child. I love connecting with children and having a professional relationship with any parent/guardian.

My favorite thing to do with children is hands on activities (art, puzzles, board games, sensory exploring, etc), homework, reading, writing and math (I love teaching and helping children learn new and interesting things), being outdoors (I love splash pads, parks, nature walks, discovering and collecting nature), going fun places (I have taken children to Early years centres, Canada's Wonderland, The EX, the movies, arcades, indoor playgrounds, bowling, Centerville, the beach, etc) 
 
 
Valid Driver's License:
No 
Has a Vehicle:
No 
Can Swim Well:
Yes 
Smoking Status:
Non-Smoker 
Comfortable with pets:
Yes 
Languages spoken:
English, English 
 
My Nationality:
Canadian 
Police Check:
Yes 
Eligible to work in Canada:
Yes 
Civil Status:
Single 
Religion/Spiritual Practice:
 
 
 
  Work Experience & Education Background
 
5 years experience, 3 references
Hello. I am a young, fun, energetic, responsible, reliable and flexible Nanny with tons of experience.

Want to know a little about me? I am between the age of 20-25 (personally from what the children I have worked with have said, they prefer a younger Nanny because young nannies are more fun and easier to relate to. ) I loved working with children since the age of 9 and skipped recess just so I could help out in the kindergarten classrooms. How is it possible to love children when I was a child myself? Well, I have 16 nieces and nephews, therefore, I have started babysitting at a young age. I was always very mature for my age due to my upbringing and when I used to babysit my nieces and nephews I used to set up art activities for them and I even made attendance sheets pretending I was an actual teacher.

My elementary school principal realized I enjoyed being around younger children, so luckily at the young age of 9 I was hired as the parent-teacher night babysitter. I was in a classroom alone with up to 10 young children and it was my first paid job. Although it was only $25 it meant a lot to me and it wasn't even about the money, it was the fact that I was a young child trusted with babies and toddlers while parents met with teachers alongside their older children. That night inspired me even more to continue to work with children.

I continued to volunteer with anything child related and once I entered high school and learned I could do a co-op course in the 11th and 12th grade, I was all for it. In grade 11 I did co-op in a daycare rotating throughout the infant room, toddler room, preschool room and even walked the schoolagers to school and picked them up in the evening.

Due to doing such an outstanding job, I was offered a job at the daycare right after my co-op placement and I was only 16. I wasn't qualified to work there because I wasn't an ECE but they were confident that I would be a good fit. I worked after school hours until 6pm everyday for 2 years.

In grade 12 I did co-op in a school to gain experience in another environment and was placed in 1 classroom. The teacher I worked alongside bragged about me in the staff room and before I knew it I was rotating through three kindergarten classrooms throughout the week. I ended up connecting with 118 kindergarten children, 3 teachers, 1 EA and 1 speech therapist.

After finishing my final co-op placement the principal at the elementary school referred me to work with the school board as a camp counsellor. I did my interview at the school board office and was hired on the spot as a camp counsellor, paid way over minimum wage. It was the best summer of my life.

As an adult I went on to do the ECE course at George Brown College and did over 8 co-op placements in daycares and schools.

After college I decided to take the route of becoming a Nanny so I can feel more free working with parents and children and connect in a different way. Being a Nanny means I get to be flexible with my hours and truly help parents guide their children into adulthood. It takes a village to raise a child and my role as a Nanny means parents get an extra helping hand. Not JUST during the hours of 6am-6pm, but whenever they need my support.

I was a nanny for a 2 year old boy for 2 years and it was a sad day when he started school because I knew his parents would no longer need my support. We had a blast while he was in my care from 5am-9pm and I felt more like a family member than a Nanny.

I was a Nanny for 3 children; 4, 8 and 11 years old, for 6 months and we had so much fun together. Unfortunately they moved to a different country, but I still keep in contact with them.

I was an occasional Nanny for 5 month old twins who I looked after 4 times.

I am was a Nanny for a 13 month old and I was looking after him since he was 7 months. He relocated to a different province and I will sadly be looking for another position as a full time Nanny.

I am experienced with ages newborn-13+ years. I am able to do anything a parent/guardian would need me to do for their child. I am very compassionate, sympathetic, energetic and would put my all into providing care for any child. I love connecting with children and having a professional relationship with any parent/guardian.

My favorite thing to do with children is hands on activities (art, puzzles, board games, sensory exploring, etc), homework, reading, writing and math (I love teaching and helping children learn new and interesting things), being outdoors (I love splash pads, parks, nature walks, discovering and collecting nature), going fun places (I have taken children to Early years centres, Canada's Wonderland, The EX, the movies, arcades, indoor playgrounds, bowling, Centerville, the beach, etc) 
 
 
Childcare experience within the following age groups:
Newborn - 3 months, 3 - 12 months, 1 - 2 years, 2 - 5 years, 5 - 10 years, over 10 years of age, special needs children, twins, triplets  
Education/Training:
High School, Graduated High School or Equivalent, College, CPR Training, First Aid Training, College Child Education Courses 
 
  Job Preferences
 
Seeking work as a :
Nanny or Babysitter or Nanny/Housekeeper or Nanny/Tutor or Mother's Helper 
Position Type:
Live-Out, Full Time, Part Time 
Work Hours:
greater than 50 hours/week 
Position Duration:
   As Long as Needed
 
Will work with up to:
Four or more 
Childcare Duties:
   Cooking
 
   Light Housekeeping
 
   Running errands
 
   Preparing meals
 
   Transporting children
 
   Children's Laundry
 
   Limited/light housekeeping
 
   Occasional supervision of childrens friends/guests
 
   Ironing children's clothing as needed
 
   Children's baths and dressing
 
   Help with homework
 
   Adhere to special dietary rules (vegetarian, kosher, lactose intolerant, etc.)
 
   Packing Children's lunches
 
   Planning activities for the children
 
 
Desired Start Date:
April 15, 2019 
Desired Salary:
Negotiable salary 
Will work at night:
Yes 
Willing to relocate:
No 
Will care Special Needs Children:
Yes 
Will travel with the family:
Yes 
Housekeeping Duties:
   Keep a grocery list
 
   Initial preparation of family's dinner as directed
 
   Full meal preparation and service
 
   Keep the kitchen tidy during work hours
 
   Feed pets during work day as directed
 
   Walk dog and/or pet care
 
   Plant care (indoor)
 
   Family laundry
 
   Family sheets/towels and other linens
 
   Grocery shopping regularly as directed
 
   Dust/Vacuum entire house, minumum weekly frequency
 
   Sweep kitchen floor daily
 
   Mop Kitchen floor weekly, minumum weekly frequency
 
   Run/Empty dishwasher daily
 
   Empty kitchen trash as required
 
   Errands, including dry cleaning, as directed
 
   Supervise other household staff
 
   Event and entertainment planning and organization