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The Caulkins Family
Buckeye$15/hr  |  3 kids
We have 2 boys and are expecting a girl in March! The hours would be around 5:30 am to 3:30 pm. Our oldest will start attending kinder in the fall of 2021 which we will need help with drop off and potentially pick up for. We would also appreciate help with small chores around the house.
The Bubik Family
Johnson Ranch, San Tan Valley$13/hr  |  2 kids
Hey! We're the Bubik Family! Both my husband and I work full time. He's 9-5 during the week and I work 3x 12hr night shifts a week as an RN. We are looking for someone to watch our kids and potentially help with schoolwork for my 6yr old (we homeschool) and manage our spunky 2yr old during day time hours while I sleep. Light housekeeping would be a real help an meal prep for the kids would be needed. Your schedule would be approx 8a-5p and days may vary depending on my work schedule. We look forward to meeting you and building an awesome partnership!
The Fitzpatrick Family
Phoenix$14/hr  |  1 kid
We are looking for a long-term nanny for our almost 2 year old son! Ideally for 3 hours a day, M-F part time to give some relief to mama. This may change some days, or turn into longer hours. Someone willing to do light housekeeping is a huge plus! Someone willing to get some groceries, light errands, go to the park with the kiddo, etc. Experience is required, as well as CPR certification. We're looking for someone trustworthy, reliable, has a sense of humor, positive, and essentially will be apart of our home + family. But most importantly, will treat our baby like their own. Our son Asher is a sweet, laid back toddler! We do have 2 big, very friendly dogs + a cat. They are all well trained, but please keep this in mind when applying! We're a very outgoing family that is positive, upbeat, laughs a lot, very holistic and crunchy, and wants to welcome someone similar into ours and Asher's lives.
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How to Find a Part-Time Nanny Job in Arizona

Are you a nanny looking for a part-time nanny job? Nanny Lane is a nanny website to help you find a part-time nanny job in your area. You create your profile and connect with families that meet your needs. Then, as you meet with families you can discuss and finalize details around cost and responsibilities.

What is a Part-Time Nanny in Arizona

A part-time nanny is defined by the average number of hours required for a nanny position. For a position to be classified as a full-time nanny job, it is usually less than 35 working hours per week. The main difference between full-time and part-time nanny positions is the number of hours worked per week.

Types of Part-Time Nanny Jobs and Nanny Responsibilities in Arizona

Before you start looking for a part-time nanny job, it's essential to make sure you’re looking for the right opportunities by learning about the different types of part-time nanny jobs and how they compare to each other.

The different types of part-time nanny jobs have different nanny responsibilities. The boundaries for part-time nannies responsibilities vary from family to family. Most different types of part-time nanny jobs vary due to the length of the commitment, or your responsibilities.

There are temporary part-time nanny jobs, even seasonal part-time nanny jobs like summer part-time nanny jobs. Given that most part-time positions and responsibilities are adapted to be exactly what each family needs. it's very important to create a shared set of expectations around hours, responsibilities, and what is expected of you when you're not on the clock.

Contracts for a Part-Time Nanny Job in Arizona

Once you start connecting with prospective employers and participating in part-time nanny job interviews. It’s essential to make sure you're aligned with the employer on key responsibilities and expectations for your part-time nanny position. The easiest way to do this is to start discussing key details and ask for a job offer or a nanny contract for your part-time nanny position.

A part-time nanny job offer will communicate responsibilities and compensation. This is a great opportunity to ask about over-time, and any expenses like food and gas.

A discussion to finalize details for your part-time nanny job is an excellent opportunity to get aligned on the nanny job expectations. By doing this, you can get off on the right foot with your future employer.

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