Nanny Jobs in Minnesota


3 Minnesota Nanny jobs found on Monster.

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Build a stronger resume and make a difference in children’s lives as an On-Call College Nanny! College Nannies and Tutors (CNT) is currently accepting applications from responsible, outgoing individuals for flexible in-home nanny opportunities. On-Call nanny positions may be last-minute, date nights, weekend coverage or periodic care dates. These are short-term placements (typically 4-6 hours ea...
University of Minnesota Duluth, MN, 55805
QUALIFICATIONS: Looking for a responsible student or two to be a nanny for our 2 children. Our boys are almost 2 and 6 months old. Duties/Responsibilities DUTIES: Watch kids Make lunch Help with some laundry on certain days WORK SCHEDULE: I am looking for a student or multiple students to cover my 3 days of work. My days are flexible, so I can adjust to what you have available and am willi...
University of Minnesota Duluth, MN, 55805
QUALIFICATIONS: Applicant must be great around small children and enjoy playing with them, as well as teaching them. Applicant must also enjoy being outdoors, have a high energy level, be dependable and punctual, like dogs and have a good driving record. Please email me a resume and a description telling me about yourself including your hobbies and interests. Duties/Responsibilities DUTIES: Jo...

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