Nanny

 

Candidate prepared to undertake all duties related to the children on either sole charge (when both parents work full time) or shared charge basis (when nanny works alongside one of the parents).

Nannies can be qualified but this is not a must. There are lots of excellent nannies with just experience and no formal qualifications. In fact many clients prefer experience over qualifications.

Duties:
• Looking after the children and their wellbeing as well as physical and emotional development
• School runs, organising play dates and activities as well as preparing children’s meals
• All standard nursery duties such as tidying up children’s rooms and toys, children’s laundry and ironing

Daily nanny average working hours are Mon to Fri up to 10 hour day with a break and babysitting agreed in advance and at extra pay

Live-in nanny average working hours are Mon to Fri up to 12 hour day with 2 nights of babysitting included in her salary

Part-time or afterschool nanny will work as many or as little hours to suit their employer’s needs but normally expect to be paid for a minimum of 4 hours per day. The reason why they would do part time hours is because of the other commitments like studies or other part-time job, therefore their hours need to be consecutive every week with any babysitting agreed in advance and paid extra.

Temporary nanny will work on a short term contract for anything from few days to few months to cover in client’s permanent nanny’s absence or just to enable the family to have some time off.

Salaries depend on experience, qualifications and job requirements (hours, number of children etc) and are as follows:

Live in £350 to 450+ net per week or live out £10 + net per hour approximately £400 to 550+ net per week.