Babysitters are at an advantage if they have experience caring for children whose ages are similar to the ones they are applying to watch. Children develop quickly and the risks and developmental issues vary dramatically from age to age. People who refer to themselves as babysitters are not necessarily qualified to be one. In this line of work formal training isn’t required and an applicant’s qualifications can vary by age experience and life status – such as a college student looking for part-time work or an older woman looking for full-time employment
Duties & Responsibilities
Responsibilities that are tasked to a babysitter a babysitters primary responsibility is ensuring the safety of the children in her care. By ensuring the safety of the children in her care a babysitter fulfills her primary job responsibility instills confidence in the children and expresses care and concern for the children.
Discipline children in keeping with the methods requested by the parents
Maintain a clean and healthy environment inside the home
Keep an eye on children’s activities during meals and rest periods as told by parents teach children regarding personal cleanliness and social interaction
Focus on the children at all times.
Exhibit kindness love empathy and understanding.
When possible negotiate compromises with the children when there are differences of preferences on activities etc.
Ensure that all criticism is constructive.
Hold children accountable consistently and with love.
Keep your promises.
Refrain from spending long periods of time talking on the telephone about personal matters.
Refrain from spending long periods of time texting about personal matters.
Using good grammar.
Show up for work on time.
Interested candidates are requested to send their applications along with copies of their CV’s to the following address application by email can be send to Admin/HR Officer at email:
All candidates short-listed will be called for test and interview.