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Are you passionate about caring for children? Do you enjoy coding, arts and crafts, tinkering and science experiments? Are you known for making those cool kid friendly snacks/meals? Have you ever been caught singing a preschool song or lullaby when there weren't any children in the room?  Do you still love puppet and magic shows? If you answered "Yes!" to all of the questions above ... We are looking for you!! 


Requirements for Professional Nannies/Babysitters 


The Professional Babysitter will be of good moral character, suitable, and able to meet the needs of children and provide for their care, supervision, and protection 
 You must provide the following to the Agency for employment;
  A). A Medical Clearance Form: A statement signed by a licensed physician which attests to the individual’s mental and physical health. 
  B). Must complete Central Registry Clearance Form at local Department of Human Services.
  C). Must participate in a criminal history check using the Michigan department of state police internet criminal history access tool (ICHAT), or equivalent, for a person’s state of official residence, shall be completed before making an offer of employment to that person. A copy of the ICHAT shall be kept on file at the agency.
*****The Agency will never employ anyone who has a listed offense, as defined in section 2 of the sex offenders registration act, 1994 PA 295, MCL 28.722. (b) Child abuse or child neglect. (c) A felony involving harm or threatened harm to an individual within the 10 years immediately preceding the date of hire.
D). Must provide written evidence of freedom from communicable tuberculosis (TB).
E). Must provide documentation of valid infant/child/adult CPR, first aid and blood borne pathogen training.
F). Must provide documentation of completion of the online training "Infant Safe Sleep Training for Child Care Providers" available atwww.michigan.gov/michildcare-training > Infant Safe Sleep and Shaken Baby Syndrome section.
G.) Must have a High School Diploma/GED
H). Must have own safe, reliable transportation.
I). Must have cell phone.

The seven steps you need to take to have the most coolest career in the world.......
1. Email your resume to theworkplan1@gmail.com
2. We will email you to set up a date for Phone Interview
3, Phone Interview
4. Face to Face Interview
5. Paper work
6. Observation
7. Job Offer

Family Assistant/Mommy Helper
What we require during the application process of our Family Assistant/Mommy Helper
You must be between the ages of 14-18 years old.

a). A resume of your work related to working with children in a professional setting and/or your Letter of Interest of why you would be the best candidate for this position.
b). Must provide verification of 20 hours of community service performed in a (501c3) IRS Approved Non Profit Organization.
c). Must Provide verification of 2.5 GPA or higher in an enrolled school program.
d). Must provide a Medical Clearance Form: A statement signed by a licensed physician which attests to the individual’s mental and physical health.
e). Must provide written evidence of freedom from communicable tuberculosis (TB).
f). Must provide documentation of valid infant/child/adult CPR, first aid and blood borne pathogen training.
g). Must provide documentation of completion of the online training "Infant Safe Sleep Training for Child Care Providers" available atwww.michigan.gov/michildcare-training > Infant Safe Sleep and Shaken Baby Syndrome section.
h). Must have safe, reliable transportation to and from work locations.
i). Must have access to personal cell phone while at work.

The eight steps you need to take to have the most coolest internship/ mentorship opportunity you'll ever have in your life..... 
1. Email your professional work related history (resume) to theworkplan1@gmail.com
2. Set up date for Phone Interview
3. Phone Interview
4. Face to Face Interview
5. We want to Meet your Parents
6. Paper Work
7. Observation
8. Job Offer

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