NOTE: Currently, due to COVID-19, we have temporarily adjusted our hiring process.
At this time, all interviews will be conducted by phone & new hire on-boarding will be completed online. Additionally, Meet & Greets with families will be by request and on as-needed basis only.
Desired Qualifications (Willing to Obtain)
•Must be located in California, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, New York, Tennessee, or Texas.
•3+ Years of Childcare (Special needs a plus)
•Must Be 18 or Older
•Valid Drivers License
•High School Diploma
•First Aid , CPR Certified
•Random Employment Drug Screens
Overview of In-Home Childcare Providers (Nannies & Babysitters)
Childcare providers typically work in the homes of families within their area of residence. Providers may often watch infants, toddlers, and school-aged children.
Qualities of our most amazing providers include being able to;
•Are able to make long-term commitments if required, at least six (6) months
•Supervise and monitor the safety of children in their care.
•Prepare light meals and organize mealtimes/snacks for children.
•Organize activities or implement a curriculum that allow children to learn about the world and explore interests.
•Develop schedules and routines to ensure that children have enough physical activity, rest, and playtime.
•Watch for signs of emotional and/or developmental progress and/or problems in children and bring them to the attention of parents.
•Keep records of children’s progress, routines, and interests.
Nannies- Work in the homes of the children they care for. Usually work for one family. They may be responsible for driving children to school or after-school activities. Typically work Monday-Friday and occasional weekends.
Babysitters- Work in the homes of the children in their care. Usually work with multiple families instead of just one. In addition, they generally do not work full time, but rather take care of children on occasional nights and weekends. Babysitters can also be On-Call for multiple families with varying schedules.
Childcare providers schedules vary widely. Nannies may work either full or part time. Full-time nannies may work up to 40 hours or more a week. Babysitters typically work 20-35 hours or less a week.
Based on experience and client needs & can vary between $10-$25+ per hour OR flat weekly rate.