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Lavon D.

Lavon is very professional and handles every child with care. She is flexible and dependable as well. - Kevina

Lavon D.

Lavon is a very caring and loving individual. Her love and care for the kids she takes care of us out of this world. Lavon came to us when I had my first son and she has been with me with giving birth to my other 4 kids. She helps me with virtual learning and also helps with cleaning and cooking when needed! She has been available at last minute functions that have come up - Amanda

Nakya L.

Nakya was a wonderful employee and nanny for our infant son. She was caring, fun, and made sure he was safe all day long. We loved having her as part of our family. My son would be so excited to see her everyday. Which is always a good sign :) Our family recommends Nakya for full time infant and toddler care! - Kari

How to Hire a Housekeeper Nanny in District of Columbia

On Nanny Lane, you can find a housekeeping nanny in District of Columbia. 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 District of Columbia

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.

District of Columbia Contracts for Housekeeper Nannies

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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