We are seeking a dependable after-school caregiver for our 5 year old daughter starting August 21st. Care would involve Monday-Friday 2:45pm pick-up from the neighborhood school and transport to our home for the usual afterschool activities like snacks, outside play or relaxing until we arrive home between 5-5:30pm. The ideal candidate will be reliable on a daily basis, energetic, creative, and self-directed. We are seeking someone who will become part of our family's daily life!
The work schedule is predictable and based off of the Denver Public School system calendar. Pay will be a pre-determined weekly rate for a reliable source of income. There is potential for additional income as we may also need full-day care for minor holidays, school breaks, & teacher work days. Holiday bonus available and extra pay offered for last minute snow-day care. Additionally, occasional date night sitting opportunities may be available.
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