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The Bloom Family
Northwest Washington, Washington$20/hr  |  2 kids
Newborn for when mama and dad go back to work full-time (3 mos) and 7 yr old after school help, starting in January. Open to nanny share. English basement studio accommodations for the live in accommodation, regular hours.
The Schumann Family
Northeast Washington, Washington$15/hr  |  1 kid
First time mom due in April. Starting the process early! Looking for a many share starting July 2021
The Lipson Family
Northwest Washington, Washington$20/hr  |  1 kid
Looking for a nanny share for our son, Joshua, beginning in October 2019. This is our first child. We're willing to host or be hosted. We also have at least one nanny candidate but are open to meeting others or joining existing shares!
The White Family
Southeast Washington, Washington$16/hr  |  1 kid
I currently work in a daycare center as a teacher assistant, I work with children ages 18/24 months and if i am needed I go to the other classes also , I have a child of my own who is 7 months. I am open to nanny share and I am okay with small pets
The Jacobs Family
Northeast Washington, Washington$20/hr  |  1 kid
We are looking for a nanny or nanny share starting March 30th for our child. He will be 12 weeks for the start of the share.
The Brooks Family
Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Washington$14/hr  |  1 kid
Hello! We are in search of a nanny for our son beginning March 2019. He'll be 6 months at that time. We'd ideally like to nanny share with someone who lives close to us (Congress Heights, SE DC), but would be willing to also share with a family in Capitol Hill (that's where our 2nd grade daughter attends school). We are looking for a full-time nanny (roughly 830-530) who has strong experience with infants and their developmental needs (developmentally appropriate games, milestones, proponent of early literacy, provides structure and routines, and is very caring and compassionate). If this sounds like a match, we look forward to hearing from you soon!
The Taylor Family
Northwest Washington, Washington$23/hr  |  1 kid
Our first baby (a sweet little boy) was born April 30. We are looking for a caring, experienced nanny to start this fall, likely as part of a nanny share with a family nearby with a similarly-aged son. We need about 45 hours a week M-F. Taking COVID precautions is very important to us, so we would want our nanny to be extra careful as well and would likely need a car. We also need a nanny with legal status and proper work permits. Anyone who speaks French would be a bonus, though Italian or Spanish would be great, too.
The Frohlich Family
Northeast Washington, Washington$15/hr  |  1 kid
We are looking for a part-time nanny to start in late August. My husband and I have both been working from home during COVID and watching our 10 month old son, who is very sweet and very busy. We live in North Michigan Park (north of Brookland) and would like a nanny who is within walking distance or able to drive to our house. We would need a nanny M-F, approximately 12 pm to 5 pm, although hours are flexible. We’d love a nanny who has experience with infants, is kind and fun and reliable, is very COVID-conscious and has limited social exposure, and has great references.
The Sims Family
Washington$14/hr  |  1 kid
We are a young family with a new baby girl. We have looked for daycare but felt a nanny would be a better option for us. We hope to find someone who loves our little girl the way we do.
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How to Find an Infant Care Job in Washington, DC

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 Washington, DC

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 Washington, DC? 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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