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What is the parental work worth? About $ 300,000 a year, according to a family from San Francisco.

Luxury recruiting firm Louer has published an online listing on behalf of a wealthy family seeking three full-time nannies to look after their two children, a baby and a toddler. The role would require each nanny to work 12-hour shifts and live in the family’s mansion in Presidio Heights, Napa, where house prices are in the vicinity of $ 5 million to $ 9 million during their rotation.

According to the job posting, nannies are expected to work 12-hour shifts and live on-site during those shifts. (iStock)

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The diluted community has recently become the home of Julia Roberts, who just bought her $ 8.3 million Presidio Heights mansion last year.

The anonymous family’s letter lists almost 50 pointers as “requirements” and “qualifications” for the role. The right candidate is believed to be “knowledgeable about the child’s development” and “able to teach children manners and etiquette, but also to be relaxed and entertaining”.

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They are expected to cook, clean, do handicrafts and transport the children wherever they need to during their shift – even if the family travels to their “various residences across the country” for up to 10 weeks per year.

A family from San Francisco posted an ad for three full-time nannies who, like Mary Poppins, will be there to support the social and intellectual development of the two children.  (iStock)

A family from San Francisco posted a job advertisement for three full-time nannies who, like Mary Poppins, will be there to support the social and intellectual development of the two children. (iStock)

Like a normal Mary Poppins, the guardian will be there to support every aspect of the children’s social and intellectual development in the form of games, activities and “organizational projects” such as the selection of toys for the donation, the seasonal rotation of the children Wardrobe and clearing out of books as the children age out of them, “quarterly or semi-annually, etc.”, they write.

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The letter suggests that the applicant should have a “professional presentation” and behave with a “positive attitude”. You should also be someone who “can communicate and collaborate with clients” and “can be discreet about the employer’s privacy”.

No wonder here: the nanny shouldn’t have any concerns about signing a “confidentiality agreement” with her potential boss.

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In 2017, writer Elena Mincheva gave The Post readers a glimpse into the covert lifestyles of world-class nannies – which is far less convenient than Fran Drescher’s “The Nanny” would lead us to believe. Mincheva’s memoir “Millionaire Nanny” revealed striking details about life as a full-time guardian for wealthy children, such as the habit of an Amazon toy of $ 300 a day and school tuition for children that makes the family $ 20,000 a year per child cost.

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More recently, the Post investigated the nanny industry around the age of COVID-19 and found that many of them were at risk of exposure to the disease because they were forced to travel with families.

“You are vacationing with some very high-profile friends,” said an unnamed nanny who withheld her identity due to a contractual provision in the nondisclosure agreement signed with her employer. “You feel above everything,” she said of the family who allegedly violated coronavirus pandemic travel restrictions.

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The Presidio Heights job posting was first featured in Bold Italic, a web magazine devoted to Bay Area culture. The proposed salary of $ 300,000 – $ 100,000 per nanny – “blew us away,” they wrote.

The listing has since been removed from Louer, although some similar roles are still advertised. The website currently lists more than a dozen domestic roles that promise at least $ 100,000 a year. However, the advantages are not to be overlooked: health insurance (including dental and eyesight), paid vacation and sick leave as well as an annual bonus up to the “performance evaluation”.

This story was originally published by the New York Post.