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The Wilburne Family - Hiring in San Francisco
The Kavalar Family - Hiring in San Francisco

Hourly rate30.00 / hour
Hours (full-time or not)Full-time hours
Number of children3 kids

We are 2 families looking for a full time nanny to start January 7th as a nanny share for our 2 boys. Both boys were born in June, and we are hoping to find a permanent nanny to look after them while we are at work from 8:30-5:30. We live in Noe Valley and the other family lives about 20 minutes walk away in the Mission. We are hoping to alternate houses every 2 weeks to split up hosting duties.
 
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Here are some quick tips for getting hired as a nanny, in a nanny share:

First, you'll want to make sure you're familiar with the different recreational locations in San Francisco. If you've recently move from another city in New York, take time to familiarize yourself with community centres, local schools, and other hubs in San Francisco. You want your future employer to feel comfortable that you know their community.

Second, understand San Francisco's transit routes. As you will be caring for two families, you'll almost certainly need to travel long distances to pick up multiple children every day. Having a clear plan for how you'll achieve this will do a lot of good.

Third, clarify exactly what you're willing to do in a given nanny share job. Caring for two families means your time is spread more thinly, so you'll want to set realistic boundaries. Are you willing to cook and clean? Are you available all day? Knowing this ahead of time will make things easier for you and all the potential employers you'll meet in San Francisco.

Finally, try to make friends with your employer! Parents are just people who want the best for their family. If this is their first time in a nanny share, or hiring a nanny, you'll want to spend some time putting their mind at ease. Asking them about their values and parenting philosophy will go a long way. Spend some time thinking about how you can help their children flourish, and you'll be sure to impress them in the interview.