You must be 18 years or older, be able to work, and be a U.S. citizen.
These shifts are very good for someone looking for part-time work. I live on campus in alumni housing in COP, ability to drive is needed.
Shift A: Overnight sleeping (so the children are not alone) and then one hour prep 7a-8a, then take them to school at the preschool on campus on weekdays M Th F. Overnights are $30 each, with required nights Sun, Wed, Th, Fri, Sat. Must have ability to safely drive kids to the preschool on campus.
Hours: Sleeping - May arrive
Sleeping: May arrive any time before and up to 3am. $30 per night, 5 nights per week. May sleep in the 2nd bedroom completely for the nanny, just need someone to be present in apartment with the little ones.
Awake hours: 7am-8am Getting the children ready for school, breakfast, driving them to the preschool on Monday, Thursday, and Friday. 3 hours of awake time, $9/hour
Shift B: Pick kids up from on campus preschool at 12p on weekdays M Th F, then lunch, then down for nap at 130p. This shift usually ends at 2p. Sometimes it may go until 7p so there must be flexibility. Kids sleep until 4 or 5 so there's a long break for any homework you want to get done. Ability to safely drive kids to lessons, extracurricular activities or church is needed.
Total hours: 6 hours per week, up to 11 hours per week, $9/hour.
Days are Monday Thursday Friday
Shift C: 2 weekends a month, Saturday and Sunday, 8a-2p. Flexibility to stay longer such as 7p is preferred. Definite extracurricular activities so must be a safe driver. Some participation in extracurricular activities needed. Prefer them to go to church on Sunday.
Hours: 12 hours, up to 16 hours. $9/hour
Days: Saturday, Sunday