A nanny is a child care specialist whose workplace is a family’s private home. A nanny is employed by a family to provide the highest level of customized child care and to give personalized attention to the family’s children. A nanny may be employed full-time or part-time, long-term or short-term and the nanny may or may not live with the family. The nanny’s role is to provide support to the family by serving as a loving, nurturing, and trustworthy companion to the children.
A nanny will have specialized child care skills, a deep understanding of children, and a genuine love of caring for children. In addition to traditional nannies who provide general child care, “specialty” nannies exist to meet the needs of families who desire a caregiver with expertise in a specific area or at a specific time.
This role is ideal for families seeking childcare and related duties for aged infant to 5 years old.
Hourly rates for a Nanny will vary but is reflected based on experience, qualifications, duties, number of kids and location. You can expect a hourly payment of $25-$35+ an hour
Ideal for families who are looking for help with their children and household. The perfect combination of Mary Poppins and a personal assistant. Tasks can include household/family-related errands, shopping, meeting with service repair technicians/household vendors, cooking, and overseeing additional household staff. A complete list of tasks provided will be discussed and agreed upon by the nanny and family in advance.
Hourly rates for a family assistants will vary but is reflected based experience, qualifications, duties, number of kids and location. You can expect a hourly payment of $25-$35+ an hour.
Highly specialized and trained in-home childcare providers who focuses on the care and well-being of a child from the first few weeks to the first few months of life. They are gifted at establishing care and healthy habits for a newborn and their family.
Newborn care specialists rates vary between $25-$45+, depending experience, duties, day vs night care, number of children, and location
A governess or privated educator is an educationally qualified nanny employed by a family for the full- or part-time private home education or tutoring of the family’s children. A governess functions as an educator and is not usually employed to perform domestic tasks or to meet the physical needs of the family’s children. This is an ideal hire for a family who is seeking to homeschool their children and/or would like to create a personalized education curriculum to meet their family’s/child’s needs. The main priority is education.
Private educators make typically $30-$50+ an hour.
Travel nanny: A nanny that is also available to travel with your family and care for the children.
Summer nanny: A career nanny that only serves the family during the summer months. (This position is ideal for families with school-aged children.)
Sub-nanny: A career nanny that replaces your long-term nanny during a pre-planned occasion like maternity leave, your current's nanny vacation, time, etc...
Sleep trainer: A short-term role designed to help your family create healthy sleeping habits for your newborn.