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Lisa Pine
Central City, Phoenix$15/hr  |  11 yrs experience
Hi my name is Lisa Pine I graduated with my associates in child development & Psychology. I also went on to get my bachelor's degree at Cal State Fullerton in Psychology and Child Development I worked six and a half years as a child care worker and worked my way up to children services coordinator at Phoenix house foundation where I planned the Children's educational, physical fitness activities as well as they're healthy snacks and nap time and I love working with children laughing and teaching thank you
Brooklynn Townsend
Grandview, Phoenix$15/hr  |  3 yrs experience
Hello! My name is Brooklynn Townsend and I am a student at Grand Canyon University. I am originally from Colorado but moved to Phoenix for school. I have been a nanny since the end of 2016 when my nephew was born and then cared for 2 when my niece was born in October of 2019. Also, I nannied full time in the summer for a family in Colorado from [phone number hidden]
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. I am a communications and marketing major at school, looking to get involved in event planning such as weddings, professional sporting events, etc.. I also have cleaned houses from 2016- present in order to help pay for school! I am a very driven and dedicated to my work and I am looking forward to have the opportunity to show you!
Arianna Heite
Paradise Valley Village, Phoenix$21/hr  |  5 yrs experience
I started as a swim instructor for kiddos then moved on to nannying! I have 5 years experience
Kayon Durrah-Davis
Phoenix$12/hr  |  2 yrs experience
Hi my name is Kayon I have been caring for children since I was 7 I Knew how to change a diaper and walk to the shelter with my brothers to eat.[disclaimer; animals and kids love me]I am 17 i am graduating a year early and am going to take a year off I speak very little Spanish I am Way better at ASL I know how to cook and clean I actually enjoy cleaning especially when I have nothing else to do my brother is 6 and he is autistic so I do have experience with that as well I have I’m really 1/7 kids which means obviously I have 6 siblings 5 boys and 2 girls My mother was a surrogate for a friend but if you seen my bother that was adopted out and I together you would never know we weren’t raised in the same house i am a positive and have a big heart I love kids they are my passion after my year off I do plan to serve in the navy and hopefully get my dream job; helping children in the system if you have any questions please ask if you’d like I have the contact info of previous employers.
Tyann Rosales
Deer Valley, Phoenix$12/hr  |  1 yrs experience
I have been caring for children for 10 years. Varying between newborn and middle school aged. Aside from the usual babysitting I worked in a preschool where I put together lessons for the children, nannies for a couple with a wonderful 2 year old son, and most recently cared for 4 year old twins during lock down. I strive to create a nurturing environment that encourages self expression and creativity, where children can be themselves. I am dedicated to helping your children become the best they can be. Cleaning, cooking, and laundry are no problems for me! If you would like references I will be happy to give them to you! Just ask!
Victoria Velasco
Phoenix$13.75/hr  |  4 yrs experience
My name is Victoria. I am 21 years old, I attend college, and I am married to my husband, Timothy. My dream is to become a speech therapist for infants and young children. I really love and enjoy working with younger kids and babies. I have lots of patience, am very cautious and enjoy engaging with the kids. All through high school I volunteered at my local daycare, library, food pantry, elementary, and middle school, and especially my church for all types of events. Today, I enjoy volunteering my time to my church, as a Sunday school teacher and volunteer at youth events. I am more than willing to do any basic need and or special tasks to make the kids feel comfortable while they are with me. I have multiple references if needed, am first aid and CPR certified, and also my drivers license as well. Overall, I would consider myself a cautious, respectful, and reliable caregiver. I would properly care for your kids and hopefully exceed the expectations you have. Thank You!
Lexi Valenzuela
Alhambra, Phoenix$17/hr  |  1 yrs experience
Hi, my name is Lexi Valenzuela. I am 19 years old and I live in Glendale Arizona with my fiancé. I have am the oldest of 5 siblings and 14 grandkids. I love arts and crafts and going on adventures.
Nathalia Rivera
Phoenix$16/hr  |  3 yrs experience
I am 18 years old. I love children and I want to become a surgical obstetrician after med-school. I am looking for a family that I can trust as much as they are trusting me with their child. I live by treat others how you would want to be treated and would never do anything to harm another persons miracle. Hopefully I can find a great fit and help someone out!
Tristan Olen
Phoenix$20/hr  |  < 1 yr experience
My name is Tristan and I am 30 years old. I’ve been in the event industry for the last 4 years but have nannied for much of my working career prior to that. I also taught kindergarten for 2 years before transitioning to events. I am looking to transition back to nannying as I do love children and want to continue working with them. I love events but the event world has become to much of a toll on my mental and physical health and I feel it in my best interest to go back to my first love of helping families raise and educate their children. I always felt that as a nanny I became an extension of the family I was working for and as we look to start our own family I am looking for that sense of community once more.
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Lisa P.

Lisa is such a great person she's got so much love in her heart and she's really big into education and physical fitness and family she loves teaching and learning. Lisa was a part of our family always will be forever - Suzie Rameriz

Melissa B.

Pleasant personality, punctuality, great with children, patient. She took care of our son for several years and left a positive impression on him. - Todd Edwards

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How to Hire a Housekeeper Nanny in Phoenix, AZ

On Nanny Lane, you can find a housekeeping nanny in Phoenix, AZ. Our nanny services include background checks, PLUS, and nanny payroll. Start by posting a profile with a job description and then, you can start talking to candidates about your housekeeping nanny position.

Common Responsibilities of Housekeeper Nannies in Phoenix, AZ

When evaluating if a housekeeping nanny is right for your family, it’s important to consider what makes housekeeping nannies distinct from nannies. Both a housekeeping nanny and a nanny are responsible for creating a safe and stimulating environment. These responsibilities can include organizing activities, preparing meals, handling child-related errands as well as others. However, a housekeeping nanny usually takes on cleaning and maintenance for the entire home and family. In contrast, a nanny focuses exclusively on cleaning for the children such as the playroom, children's laundry, etc. A housekeeping nanny offers these services to the entire home and family, including laundry, cleaning bathrooms, mopping, and vacuuming.

A housekeeping nanny can be a full-time, part-time, or live-in position. It is essential to take these factors into account when determining how much you should pay a housekeeping nanny.

Contracts for Housekeeper Nannies in Phoenix, AZ

A contract provides an excellent opportunity to ensure that everyone is on the same page. By writing out a job offer for your housekeeping nanny position, you’ll create clear expectations for both your family and the housekeeping nanny..

In your housekeeping nanny job offer, you should communicate the responsibilities and compensation. This should be a detailed list focusing on all their responsibilities. We recommend running a background check on the candidates for your housekeeping nanny position at this point. You should provide a job offer that is dependent upon the results of the background check.

When you present your job offer create a safe place for your housekeeping nanny to ask any questions. Once the details are finalized, you can create a contract for your housekeeping nanny. Through the process of creating and discussing the job offer and contract, you’re building the foundation for a good relationship with your nanny where you both can ask questions and hold each other accountable.

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