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We're looking for an experienced live-out nanny to look after our daughter full time from September, when she'll be six months old. It'll be 8am until 6.30pm Monday-Friday and we live in central East Dulwich.

Please send me your CV, salary requirements and references if interested.

Best wishes


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Hi Liz, is this position still available?

As I'm very interested, currently working in east dulwich looking after 2 boys for the past 4 years, now looking for a new position. I'm NNEB qualified with 15 years experience, DBS, ofsted registered, first aid and a confident driver of 12 years. Happy to send cv if your interested.

Thankyou, best wishes


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Hello, I am a married Brazilian woman 42 years old been living in the UK since 2010, I have a beautiful child of 10 years and I live in the area of East Dulwich

I am looking for some work nanny, I've had a lot of experience in that field working in the USA for 5 years ( 2001 to 2006) and 4 years in UK I can provide references from where I worked, I also worked with all sorts of disabled children and I have the experience to reach all the standards required. A

I have also First Aid Training completed in January 2013 and Life Guard Diploma completed in 2005.Criminal records certificate done in July 2012. Basically I have all the great qualities for a exceptional nanny, I am kind, polite, very intelligent and I have a lot to offer if I become your nanny. Because of my own child's need I am only available to work from 7:30 or 9 am but not later than 7pm Monday to Friday.

if you are interested please send me an email and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

P.S. I am also a qualified teacher back in Brazil and worked as such from (1992 till 2001) then from 2006 till 2010).

I speak English, Spanish and Portuguese

I look forward to hearing from you soon

Kind Regards


My References

Ada Garcia

Jailson Rocha

Andrea D' Ambrosio

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