Part-time Babysitter

We are looking for part-time babysitters to support a family in Highland Park in the evenings and weekends for their 3 children- an 11, 13, and 4 year old, primarily to care and support their 4 year old son.
Job responsibilities include: serving as a mother’s helper, age appropriate/developmentally appropriate activities and play- EX: taking the child to the park, playing games, etc.,  very light cleaning and light meal prep (EX: feeding him dinner in the evenings), etc.
The ideal candidate would be reliable (punctual- always on time & follows through on commitments), responsible and sound decision maker, flexible, compassionate, has experience working with children (especially in early childhood) and a positive/can do attitude. The ideal candidate would have babysitting and/or nanny experience previously.
Schedule: Overall, we are looking for someone with a flexible schedule in the evenings and on weekends.
An ideal candidate would also be willing to potentially work overnights on the weekends when needed (you are compensated for this time) and would be paid to sleep.
Perks/Benefits: excellent & competitive pay (based on experience), fun working environment, occasional travel opportunities.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please email your resume (and 2 to 3 professional references- preferably of someone you have babysat for) to the below contact information.
Emily Smith
Phone: 612 790 0603


  • Wired Looks at How Fast Humans Can Run with Weyand's Expertise December 14, 2018
    Professor Peter Weyand, director of the Locomotor Performance Laboratory in Simmons, is featured in a Wired video and article, What's the Fastest 100 Meter Dash a Human Can Run? The premise that reporter Robbie Gonzalez examines is if it is humanly possible to run the 100 meter dash in nine seconds flat. Usain Bolt, the fastest human, runs  the 100 mete
  • Gándara receives AERA Grant to Examine Promise Programs December 7, 2018
    Assistant Professor Denisa Gándara, Department of Education Policy and Leadership, has received one of three American Educational Research Association (AERA) research grants to study free college or "Promise" programs with co-PI Amy Li (University of Northern Colorado). Promise programs, which cover college tuition (and sometimes other costs) for a