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The Kaminski Family
Phoenix$17/hr  |  1 kid
We are pregnant with out first child. I am looking for a full time nanny so that I can go back to work after they are born. Drivers license is a must, cleaning and cooking is a plus.
The Owen Family
Camelback East Village, Phoenix$12/hr  |  1 kid
My husband and I are due with our first child (a girl) in December. We're looking for a nanny share in the Central Phoenix area around March.
The Janes Family
Camelback East Village, Phoenix$15/hr  |  1 kid
Hi! Our family is looking for an occasional sitter. We have a 2 year old daughter who loves reading, dancing, and playing. The right candidate must be comfortable with pets; we have a very friendly cat and a cattle dog.
The Siemsen Family
Phoenix$12/hr  |  1 kid
6 month old happy baby girl who needs a caregiver while mom works in the school system full time!
The Doebler Family
Cool Heights, Phoenix$13/hr  |  1 kid
We are a new family with a 7-month old baby girl named Vera. Both of us work and are back in the office after the shutdown and we're looking for a nanny, and ideally a nanny share with another family.

We are conscientious people who would like to find a nanny and another family who shares our sensibility regarding the social distancing and safety habits regarding COVID.

The job would be full-time, M-F, from about 8am - 4pm.
We're pretty easy-going, and our ideal would be to host the nanny share at our house.

We want to be up front about our timeline before we proceed with conversations with you all. As we look down the road, we're not sure if/when we'll want to go the route of day care away from home. We know that it won't be any sooner than November, but after that we can't be sure so we don't want to make a promise that we can't keep.

We're new to this whole thing, but are sensible and flexible. We don't have any hard non-negotiables, aside from the general sensibilities of the people we interact with taking the pandemic seriously. We are not interested in having a nanny or pairing with a family who are no longer social distancing or taking reasonable precautions from both getting sick and continuing to spread the virus.

Otherwise we'd like to work something out that benefits all!
The Alarcon Family
Phoenix$12/hr  |  1 kid
This is our first child. We both work full time but I work two days a week from home and every other Friday while my husband has the opposite Friday off. We have two cats, cloth diaper, and keep a really tidy home / cleaning schedule. We are really looking for a full time nanny that can take care of some some house work as well.
The Flanagan Family
Phoenix$12/hr  |  1 kid
New parents to an adorable little girl! Looking for a full-time nanny, but hours are flexible. Looking for another family who lives nearby that would be open to doing a nanny share! Can be in our home or another, or rotate between the two. Would prefer a nanny who has experience with Montessori or RIE approaches to childcare.
The Craig Family
Phoenix$15/hr  |  1 kid
We are new parents of a 8 month old girl named Logan. She is very active and always happy! We have had a nanny since she was 3 months, but we are ready for her to interact more with other kids and lessen the cost of paying for a nanny on our own. We are very flexible on days needed... but ideally we'd have a nanny share at least two days a week or full-time from 8am to 5:30pm.
The Tait Family
Phoenix$15/hr  |  1 kid
We are new parents to a handsome 10 month old named Henry! Mom is Head of HR for a real estate company and dad is an attorney. We are looking for someone to watch Henry from 8am-6pm M-F and the occasional weekend date night.

Our requirements for the nanny are:
1. Prior, recent nanny experience, specifically with a child under a year.
2. Loves kids!
3. Good driving record and clean background.
4. Attentive, nurturing and happy.
5. CPR certification.
6. Responsible and tidy to help pick up and keep things in order
7. Cooking is nice.
8. Playful, happy and willing to do things to help expand Henry's knowledge.
9. Speaking Spanish or another language is desirable.
10. Resourceful and proactive.
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How to Find an Infant Care Job in Phoenix, AZ

If you’re looking for an infant nanny 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 in Phoenix, AZ

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 in Phoenix, AZ? 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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