[Parentsgroup-list] Looking for a (Korean-speaking) nanny
miayou at gmail.com
Fri Dec 17 13:52:33 EST 2010
Sorry to clutter your inboxes, but just to add:
The Korean-speaking is not a requirement, just a preference. And while
I specified 10 hours/week, that's really our minimum. We're looking
for anything between 10-20 hours.
On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 7:24 PM, Mia You <miayou at gmail.com> wrote:
> My husband and I are moving back to Cambridge in January and are
> looking for someone to help take care of our 6 month-old son. Although
> it's not absolutely required, we would prefer someone who speaks
> Korean, so that the baby can begin to hear the language's sounds and
> maybe pick up a couple words. (I am Korean-American and bilingual, but
> we decided I should consistently speak English to the baby. My husband
> speaks Dutch.)
> This is a very low-key job. Our son is very easy-going, plays really
> well on his own, and naps consistently. My husband and I will also be
> working primarily from home, so one of us will almost always be
> around. We just need an extra hand, as we both have big projects to
> finish soon and need some focused work time. We're hoping for
> approximately 10 hours/week-- how those hours are spread out, and
> when, is flexible.
> We think this might be a nice job for the family member of a visiting
> scholar or graduate student, who is looking for something to do and
> likes spending time with children.
> Please contact me (miayou at gmail.com) if you know someone who might be
> interested. Or if you have any suggestions for where else I should
> post this job ad!
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