Summer nannies are regular nannies who work during the summer months when working parents need to make alternate arrangements for their children during summer vacations.
Summer nannies may work part time or full time depending on what their own choice of employment is or that of the requirement of their employers. They provide childcare to babies and children up to the age of 10. They also look after children, prepare and serve the meal, help them to take a bath, do laundry and accompany them to social gatherings.
If you are looking for a nanny job this summer, the following cover letter will help you present your job application in an effective way and get the job!
Summer Nanny Cover Letter Sample
3899 Sawmill Road – Hillsborou@gh, NH 44210
(000) 999-9120 – Email
March 8, 2018
Mr. Kerry Willis
Manager Human Resources
903 Pinnacle Hill Road
Hillsborough, NH 33222
Dear Mr. Willis:
Reflecting on my professional childcare expertise, I am applying for the position of Summer Nanny at ABC Agency. I am currently pursuing my bachelor’s degree and have the summers free for work. Since I worked as a babysitter for three summers, I am well versed with the demands of this job and am sure of my ability to work well in the role of a Nanny for the clients of ABC Agency.
Patience is my greatest virtue; I have the benefit of this virtue as most parents are usually very conscious when it comes to childcare. I have single-handedly brought up my younger sister which is why I am aware of the needs of infants. I can also cater to the needs of children up to 10 years; assisting them with homework and driving them to activities. As far as the household is concerned, I am an expert on child nutrition and able to prepare kiddy dishes. Doing laundry and errands is my strongest point which is why household work is a piece of cake for me.
My enclosed resume and references will prove my credibility, and I would like to meet with you so we can discuss this in more detail.
Thank you very much for your consideration.
Enc. Resume and Recommendation Letter
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