Claire works as a therapist in our violence against women and children non for profit, she engages so beautifully with the children - creating art projects for them and allowing them to find their story and develop from it. Such an inspiration and so bubbly with the kids and staff :) - Casey
She used to watch my younger cousin. She was very kind & mindful around him. He loved her & never felt a way about being left with her, as we know some kids can. - Kyle
Kate is kind, caring and was wonderful with my kids. She is flexible, energetic, and great with infants, toddlers, and preschoolers! In addition, she's super clean and organized! - Soo
Nanny Lane is a nanny website that can help you find a full-time nanny in your area. Our nanny services include background checks, PLUS, and nanny payroll. You start by creating a profile with a job description, and then reach out to candidates who are open to a full-time nanny position.
To understand if a full-time nanny is right for you, it’s best to start by assessing your family’s needs. Full-time nannies are best suited for families’ that need roughly 35-40 hours of child care.
A full-time nanny can offer support with housekeeping, errands and other household responsibilities, similar to mother’s helpers, au-pairs, and live-in nannies. These instances, as well as your location and the nanny’s experience are some of the many factors to consider when deciding how much you should pay a full-time nanny.
If you’re looking to save on the cost of a full-time nanny, you can try a nanny share. In a nanny share, you split the costs of a full-time nanny with another family. Beyond costs, there are other considerations in deciding between a full-time nanny and a full-time nanny share. It is important to think about the additional responsibilities your family carries as well as the full-time nanny when making this decision.
When finalizing the details of your full-time nanny position, it’s important to make sure that everyone is on the same page. The easiest way to do this is to create a job offer for your full-time nanny position.
In your full-time nanny job offer, you should communicate the responsibilities and compensation. In writing out the responsibilities of your full-time nanny, you might also choose to add some responsibilities that are specific to your families’ needs like if you expect your full-time nanny to travel with you and the details around travelling with your live-in nanny. If you want to run a background check on the candidates for your full-time nanny position, you can give a job offer that is contingent upon the results of the background check.
When considering what it means for your full-time nanny when you take vacation, you should also consider how you want to handle their vacation time, and other aspects of their compensation. This includes a full-time nanny salary, over-time, benefits, and any expenses like food and gas. And don’t forget to be clear about how and when you plan on paying your live-in nanny with a nanny payroll service or by yourself.
After presenting your job offer, you can create a contract for your full-time nanny to create the foundation for a good relationship with your nanny. And of course, as you learn how to hire a full-time nanny, Nanny Lane's nanny services are here to help you along the way.