BOLIVIA, SUCRE

The Family and their Ministry – ID 3 

We have three young children all born within three years of each other.  Joanna (2009) has plenty of imagination and energy for whatever is thrown at her. She loves all social activities and would love to learn from her homeschool teacher. Jonah (2011) is keen to start reading like his sister. He is also attentive and easy to get along with. Joel (2008), is being educated away from home for the time being.
Olga is their Mom and she would guide you through the Scholastic materials and help you set learning objectives for the children.

Jonny enjoys anything social and energetic in life!

We are involved in churches in the new neighborhoods of Sucre, Bolivia. We have spent the last three years learning the Quechua language. The nanny would allow mom to employ what she has learnt in reaching and teaching women around Sucre. We are a growing team of missionaries, working with children and youth and there are ample opportunities to be involved in outreach and discipleship activities. The family is with Serving in Mission.

Starting Date:  October 2017

Primary Duty:  Homeschool Teacher

House Cleaning? No

Child Care? Occasional, perhaps once or twice a week.

Food Shopping? No

Laundry? No

Hours/Day: 8 AM – 12:30PM

Days per week: 5

Food charge? No

Other Charges: Travel money to neighbouring cities or tourist sites. Pocket money for personal treats.  Sports club membership or Camp costs. Visa cost if travelling from USA. Visa costs if you stay more than three months. Spanish classes.

Room: Spacious room with double bed, desk and chest of drawers, overlooking garden. Exclusive use of downstairs bathroom and shower.

Doctor: Yes

Hospital: Yes.

Internet and Cellphone? Yes.

Airport: Alcantari, Sucre

Meet the Plane? Yes

Anything else? Mom would take pastoral responsibility for the nanny, encouraging healthy lifestyle patterns. We would help the nanny develop relationships and interests outside the home. This could be with the church young people’s group or a number of sports clubs. This would take a degree of commitment from the nanny to learn Spanish.

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