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The Harris Family
Gillette$6.25/hr  |  4 kids
We are in need of a nanny as my wife and I work at coal mines. its 14 days a month, we work rotating shifts. There is one week every month that we have 7 days off in a row. Pay is about $2-300.00 per week and it goes up depending on how much you do around the house and with the kids. The 3 older ones are in school, the 3 year old has to be picked up and dropped off. As far as the other two we will live close enough that they can walk.
The Mccrorey Family
West Ashley, Charleston$9/hr  |  4 kids
I am a work from home mom and my boyfriend also works we live in a apartment home I need someone to look after my newborn child daily as I am not comfortable with her leaving the home. I also have other children as well but 2 school age will be going back to school. I also have a 2 year old son who will some days be here and some days go to grandma. I really just need help. I work morning and dad work afternoon and some evenings we need someone to come help after dad leaves.
The Harmon Family
Bloomfield Hills$18/hr  |  4 kids
We have 4 energetic boys- ages 9, 4, 19 months, and a newborn. We’re looking for someone to work Monday- Friday, with flexibility for some Sunday’s, as well as available for date nights (but not necessary). Hours would be around 7:45am/8am to 4/4:30pm. Not open to Nanny share, though we’d willing to explore the option with more information on it. Specifications would include: assisting in getting kids fed before school, watching the newborn (and 19month old twice a week) while I run errands, meetings, and gym. There during the day to assist with my newborn as I work from home. Light laundry (for kids) and other light housekeeping. Also would love for someone to assist in meal prep for dinner. Occasional pick up/drop off for 9 year old’s sports activities during the week. Has to have reliable transportation and driver’s license. Ideally would like someone who can speak Spanish to teach the kids, but not absolutely necessary.

How to Find an Infant Care Job in the United States

If you’re looking for an infant care job, you’ve come to the right place! We can help you find an infant care job in your area. Start by telling families about yourself in your profile, and then chat with families to find the right fit. When you think you’ve found the right match, you can turn the discussion towards compensation and responsibilities.

What is an Infant Nanny

An infant nanny is a nanny that specializes in caring for newborns. They are skilled in diapering and providing care for any rashes, swaddling, bathing, feeding, and burping. Some infant nannies further specialize in care for premature newborns or multiples.

Preparing for a Nanny Interview for an Infant Care Position

Once you start connecting with prospective employers, the next step is an infant nanny job interview. Here is a list of some infant nanny interview questions to prepare for:

  • What is your specific experience with this age group?
  • Are you Infant CPR/First Aid certified? Are you willing to be trained?
  • How do you handle a crying baby?
  • How often do you usually offer parents updates during the day?
  • What do you feed an infant? At 0-3 months? 3-6 months? 6-9 months? 9-12 months?
  • How do you set up the infant’s crib for a nap?
  • What kind of activities will you plan to engage my baby?

You should be prepared with your references for past nanny jobs, and ideally, past infant jobs. Prior to the infant nanny interview, be sure to think about questions that you might have for the family. This is a great time to ask questions about the responsibilities and compensation for the infant nanny position. To make sure everyone has a shared understanding of the role and responsibilities, we recommend asking for a job offer or a nanny contract. By doing this, you can get off on the right foot with your future employer.

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