What Is A Nanny?
The term Nanny describes someone who is hired by a private family to care for the family's children. Nannies work either full time or part time. A part time Nanny generally works 20 to 30 hours per week and is employed on a live out basis, while a full time Nanny may work on a live in or live out basis. Our live out Nannies generally work from 40 to 50 hours a week. Our live in Nannies have no set hours, but generally work up to 55 hours per week.
What Are The Responsibilities Of The Nanny?
The duties generally cover all of the care of the children, including the domestic tasks relating to the children. These tasks typically include all of the children's meals, child-related errands, children's laundry and light housekeeping. The most important role of a Nanny is to create a nurturing, safe and stimulating environment in which a child can flourish. Specific responsibilities of a Nanny will vary depending on what is agreed upon with the employer.
While the duties are generally restricted to childcare, a Nanny may also have various household responsibilities such as the family laundry or household errands. A Nanny may also run the household while the parents are traveling or at work.
Many Nannies do not have formal training but may have several years of hands-on experience. Nannies are not restricted by an age parameter. Our Nannies are not limited to a yearly contract, so it is possible for a Nanny to be employed by a family for many years.
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