A lovely Russian family based in Central London near Victoria are looking for a second Maternity Nurse to help them with their newborn baby, who was born via C-Section at the start of January. This is ideally a 3 to 6-month booking, but the family can be flexible.
- You will be paid a set salary of £4000 gross per month for the set hours/days.
- Set hours and days: Saturday 12noon - Sunday 12noon (24 hour shift), Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 7am - 11am. Mondays off.
- Any extra hours on top of that (if the main Nurse is ill/need cover) would be paid £30 gross per hour.
A lovely and professional Russian couple, they are both hardworking people who travel a lot. They are living near Victoria and St James’ in London and are getting into a great routine with their first new born. They live in a large modern property in central London, have a nanny, chauffeur, chef and housekeeper. They have one Maternity Nurse already who works full time.
The baby was born at the start of January, and the parents would like this second Maternity Nurse to start as soon as possible. They would like the Maternity Nurse to provide a great structure from the beginning help with setting a routine and include a good sleep training routine as the baby grows. You will work the set hours when the main Maternity nurse is off, and you will make sure you are both following the same routines and plans. Flexibility is key so you and the main Nurse can complement each other and make sure the family always has cover. The family might travel in the 6 months and they might consider taking your with them.
The family live near Victoria, Central London and you will be expected to sleep in the nursery with the baby when you are doing 24hr shifts. Accommodation besides that will not be offered so you should live within easy commutable distance to Victoria, London.
- Saturday 12noon - Sunday 12noon (24 hour shift), Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 7am - 11am. Mondays off.
- Besides this you will be on call to cover whenever the main Maternity nurse falls ill or needs extra time off.
- Flexibility in your availability is key so that you can work around the other nurse and the family needs.
You must speak fluent English in order to communicate easily with the family.
You must have previous experience as a maternity nurse.