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Shirley J. - Seeking Work in San Francisco

14.28 / hour

Here, nowadays, I've been working as a nanny for almost year, I have taken care of a child of 17 months and also older kids in the ages between 3 to 9 years old. and, in Brazil, I used to take care of my nephews at ages 00 to 10 years. :-) I really LOVE children.
Hannah G. - Seeking Work in San Francisco

12.32 / hour

I have worked with all age children and love every age! I have worked on long term bases with two families (one for 7 years the other for 2 years) and have done childcare for 15+ additional families. The family that I was with for 7 years (2001-2008) had two daughters that I began caring for when they were 3yrs and 5yrs. I had a very flexible schedule with them because I was very much a member of their family. I would pick up the kids from school, take them to events, help with play dates, after school activities, date nights, and sometimes overnight care. Apart from the hours I worked, the family would always include me in family camping trips, and make sure I was present for all the big events, such as getting a new puppy. The second long term family I was with for two years (2009- present) had a son and daughter who I began caring for when they were 7yrs and 9yrs. I was responsible for picking up the children from school, helping them with homework and piano lessons, preparing dinners and arranging play-dates. I also worked with this family as a house-sitter when they were on vacation the last two summers. The additional families I have worked with were some part time and some full time jobs who had children ranging for infant to 14 years of age. A part from working for families, I also teach and have taught theatre and dance to children for 10 years. I run a summer camp for kids aged 3-10 years and love teaching. I love music, dance, creativity, outdoor activities, and keeping and healthy and upbeat lifestyle!
Amanda R. - Seeking Work in San Francisco

22.85 / hour
Full-time hours

Our former nanny Amanda has taken loving care of first our son and then our younger daughter, both from the age of 2 months to about 2 ½ years old. Amanda is now looking for a new full-time position, and she is available immediately. She is extremely responsible, incredibly patient, very loving, and our children simply adore her. She is devoted to children, treats them like her own, and has become a part of our family. Amanda set up a regular daily routine for our kids, and actively engaged them in all sorts of activities: going to the park and museums, reading, playing, painting, drawing, singing, dancing. Our children learned their alphabets and acquired a love of reading from her, but also learned to converse in Spanish. To keep us informed of what happened during the day, Amanda helped us keep a daily record of when the kids ate, slept, and pooped. Amanda is very punctual, trustworthy, and never took a sick day during the five years she worked for us. She worked 50 hrs./wk. for us, but during her 15 years experience as a nanny, she has worked longer for others and taken care of more than one child at a time (including twins). Amanda’s own home is meticulous, and she always cleans and tidies up after all the kids’ activities. For single child care, she is happy to do chores that relate to the child care, such as laundry (our kids clothes were always carefully folded and beautifully organized), housekeeping, meal preparation for children, errands, and shopping. Although we did not routinely ask Amanda to do extra babysitting during weekday evenings or on weekends, she was almost always available and happy to do so whenever we needed her. We did not have a spare car to lend Amanda, and she didn’t need one because she could walk or take public transportation to many activities from our home, but she has a good driving record, and other employees have trusted her to drive their children around the Bay Area. Public transportation limits her to working within San Francisco. Her primary language is Spanish, but she speaks decent conversational English (all our communication with her was in English). Amanda is a US citizen, Trustline Registered, CPR certified, First Aid certified, TB tested negative. To contact Amanda and/or for reference letters, resume, questions, please email.
Kristina M. - Seeking Work in San Francisco

12.43 / hour

I am a passionate individual with a unique and diverse skill-set, enhanced by my Interdisciplinary Studies degree in American Sign Language, Early Childhood Education, and Maternal/Infant Health. As a childcare professional, I will be able to provide support to the family by serving as a loving, nurturing and trustworthy companion to the children. I can offer the family convenient, high quality care to meet each child's physical, emotional, social and intellectual needs. I am qualified to care for children of all ages, but specifically seek to care for a newborn or infant. For the newborn or infant child, I am well adept to provide developmentally appropriate care. Infants learn by experiencing the environment--by seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling, feeling, and by physically moving around. I will help to meet these needs by spending ample time holding, playing, and talking with the infant, and by pointing out things to look at, touch, and hear. I speak to children in a warm, supportive manner, often utilizing my knowledge of American Sign Language to support language development, by signing objects and describing what children are doing and feeling. Additionally, children, especially the young infant learn a sense of trust through interaction with consistent, caring adults. I aim to be responsive to a child's needs and recognize their cues for sleepiness, hunger, and/or affection. I am experienced in diapering, washing, dressing, and feeding a newborn or infant, and can support the breastfeeding or formula feeding parent. I abide by proper heating methods and storage times to eliminate risks of illness or injury. I am also sensitive to the separation anxiety dealt with by parents and children alike, and will offer a warm, welcoming, and pleasant atmosphere to help ease the transition. Communication with the parent(s) is an essential part of my care, in order to ensure a high level of comfort and satisfaction.
Chawannoot S. - Seeking Work in San Francisco

20.00 / hour
Full-time hours

My name is Tuely. I am a babysitting in SF and live in the sunset. I have CA driver license, great refferences with more than 4 years experience with all age of kids, most toddler age and also teen ager. Before I came to the US, I used to help my cousin take care of her twin girls, sinc they were born until they were almost 2-years-old and also help my friend taking care of her new born baby girl couple times a week. I used to be an aupair for 2 years. First year, I took care of 2 years old girl and 4 years old boy. I took all responsibilities of the kids, cook for host parent twic a week and also help out around the house. The second year, I took care of 2 girls, 6 and 12 years old. My responsibility was about the same with the first year but mostly with the small one. After finished 2 years of aupair program, I work part time for 2 families in SF. One, I took care of 18 months old girl and another, I took care of 6 years old boy and 8 years old girl. And 2011, I was a live in babysitting for one little girl, she 3 years old now and It is 1 year of me taking care of her and she is in full time pre-school already. My duties are everything about her, prepare and feed her breakfast, lunch and dinner. Create activities for each day, sport class, singing class, give her a bath, change diaper, do her laundry, potty train, keep the house clean and organized. I am very thrustful and nice person who love to be around with the kid, hard worker, very responsible. I love to take the kids out to the park, library, zoo, academy of science, teach the kid the new things, reading, singing and lots of fun thing that can help the kids grow. I alway really pay attention on the baby's food and nutrition and alway work as team work with the parent. Now I am looking for a family who need a full time babysitter to take care of their kids and could be part of their family. ,if you have any question please feel free to ask me. Please let me know what do you think? I will be very happy to hear anything back from you. Thank you so much
Alexandra C. - Seeking Work in San Francisco

12.10 / hour

I am a mother of three fabulous children (college junior down to 14 years old), and I have loved every minute of it. I would like to share my deep caring for infants and kids of all ages. I am gentle yet firm and consistent, very outgoing and athletic, and an "easy" personality in any home.
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Consider Nanny Shares in San Francisco!

Nanny Share is when two families share one nanny. The nanny has two employers and enjoys higher pay, while each family saves significantly on child care expenses.

The families below have found a nanny they trust, and are looking for another family to join them to save on childcare costs. Learn more about Nanny Share.

The Gonzalez Family - Hiring in San Francisco
Irina  Llorenes  - Nanny Share Member

with Irina L.
30.00 / hour
Full-time hours
1 kid

We are looking for a family to join our sharecare. Our daughter is 20 months old.

Our amazing nanny - Irina is an absolute gem. She has worked as a nanny for several other families and before joining us worked in a sharecare setting with two boys for 3 years until they were ready for preschool. I honestly interviewed a dozen people when we were looking to set up our original arrangement and she was so clearly of a different caliber. She is full of energy, incredibly warm, very focused on the children's development, and reliable. She ensures that there is ample stimulation and takes the girls to a local activity (music class / library) every morning and spends lots of time with them in the park. She also cooks healthy meals, reads lots of books (never turns the TV on), and keeps the area tidy. She speaks Spanish to the girls but is also completely fluent in english (she is from Mexico but here legally for over 10 years). Most importantly, Irina genuinely loves the girls and gives them an incredibly nurturing environment.

Our family:

Our daughter is 20 months old and a very happy toddler. We are both working professionals and moved to SF about two years ago from NYC.

The details, location, and current set up:

Our sharecare family's last day is Sept 7th, so we'd love to have the other family start around then (I'm sure we can find flexibility in the dates for the right fit). We live in Pacific Heights and currently host the sharecare exclusively in our home (because the other mother worked from home and preferred a little more quiet). Irina currently works with us Mon-Thurs 7am-6pm and Fri 7am-5pm. We are hoping to find a family that is interested in overlapping for at least 40hrs a week (ideally more). Her rates are $30/hr for both children (i.e., each family pays $15/hr) and $22.50 for one child (if you need early/late coverage or for babysitting).

How to get in touch if you are interested:

Please email me at [email hidden]
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The Dorian Family - Hiring in San Francisco
Mylla  Miranda - Nanny Share Member

with Mylla M.
21.00 / hour
Full-time hours
1 kid
a year with nanny

We are two working parents who are so in love with our little Beckett! When we found Mylla, after not being able to get Beckett into a daycare - it was like a sigh of relief. She is incredible! She is also bi lingual - Portuguese is her first language. Mylla is open to speaking to your child in English/Portuguese or both (what she does with Beckett) and also works sign language into Becketts mealtimes. Mylla taught young children language in Brazil before becoming an Au Par. Mylla plays, reads, they do sing a long and practice all kinds of ever changing developmental activities throughout the day. Beckett naps in his nursery and we would have a very comfortable brand new pack n play available for another child to nap in our loft(He has only used it twice). You would be welcome to store your own toys, feeding supples, books, etc here full time so that it would minimize having to bring things back and forth. We also have a highchair and floor chair with tray for feeding two at a time. If you work close by Mylla is completely open to parents popping in and out to say hi (we do that sometimes too:) We are very excited about finding a family who is looking for the same things we have found, while helping minimize the cost of childcare in the city. We look forward to meeting you and looking for a mutually great fit for both our families!

Best,
Canaan, Trey & Beckett
The Martinez Family - Hiring in San Francisco
Nilei  Souza - Nanny Share Member

with Nilei S.
27.00 / hour
Full-time hours
1 kid

Looking for an amazing nanny share family!

Hello, we are in search of a fun, active, playful and adventurous family to join our share care.

About us: We are a family of 3. We have a 14-month-old daughter who has a good disposition and loves children. My husband and I both work outside of the home. We are easy going and are looking for a share family that is fun and loving just like us.

Our nanny: We have an amazing, loving Brazilian nanny who loves and cares for our daughter and she share buddy as if they were her own. She speaks both English and Portuguese. Our daughter is thriving in her care. She is a very active nanny and loves to take the kids out on adventures, to the park, the library, the zoo, discovery museum and the academy of science.

Details: Monday- Thursday 8am - 5pm, we currently do the share at our house but we are open to other options. We have two highchairs, a double stroller etc.
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What are some common responsibilities for nannies in San Francisco, NY?

As a parent, it’s natural for you to ask your nanny for a little extra help around the house. However, the boundaries for a nannies duties vary from person to person. In general, a nanny is responsible for making sure your children’s needs are met. This includes things like ensuring they have opportunities to play and be active, that they have a healthy diet and a sanitary home. When tasks go beyond child care, for example scrubbing kitchen counters, folding laundry, gathering groceries, or teaching a language, you will likely need to provide additional compensation.

How can I ensure I have a great relationship with my nanny?

To start, it’s important you set expectations and are aligned on compensation from day one. This includes outlining vacation days, a protocol for sick days, and everything else you would want your own employer to cover. From here, spend time getting to know them. Take your nanny out one of San Francisco’s great restaurants, learn about their childhood, and discuss your parenting philosophy. Finally, be sure to resolve conflicts as they arise. Open communication is crucial to ensuring a healthy long-term relationship.

Questions to ask prospective San Francisco Nannies:
  • Have you been a nanny previously? How long did your employment last?
  • Are you trained in First Aid or CPR?
  • How would you handle a situation where our child began choking?
  • How do you handle tantrums? Can you share an experience disciplining children?
  • What sort of household tasks are you open to doing?
  • Are you open to a live in arrangement?
  • Do you plan to work for our family over multiple years?
  • Do you have a driver's license in New York?
  • Do you own a car? Do you have work experience in San Francisco?
  • How flexible are you on weekends and evenings?
  • What salary are you seeking? Are you comfortable being paid by direct deposit?
  • Are you able to help with food preparation?
  • What could you cook for a child aged 2-5? Do you know how to make baby food?
  • Are you comfortable facilitating play dates?
  • Have you ever potty trained a child before?
  • Have you worked with newborns? Do you know how to change a diaper and prepare formula?