Arianne was our little girl’s nanny for 4 years. She’s a warm, loving and flexible person. Our family is really attached to her. We have left NYC 2 years ago and have kept in close touch with her. We warmly recommend her. - Yonatan
Gladys taught my daughter (who is 3) at Metrokids and she was fantastic. She has an early childhood Associates Degree and a real gift for children. We engaged her to teach our son (who is 5) Spanish after school every day. I think he made good linguistic progress and had good fun with her -- he is very fond. I’m confident you will feel lucky to have her help with your children. - Ines
Gladys a great babysitter, my girls and I love her . when I need a nanny she is the first person I think of because when my my girls are with her I know that they are in good hands. What I love the most is that she is always creative and my girls are active not sitting all day with a tablet. - Maria
Nanny Lane is a nanny website that can help you find a part-time nanny in your area. Our nanny services include background checks, PLUS, and nanny payroll. You start by creating a profile with a job description, and then reach out to candidates who are open to a part-time nanny position.
To understand if a part-time nanny is right for you, it’s best to start by assessing your family’s needs. Part-time nannies are best suited for families’ that need less than 35 hours of childcare per week.
A part-time nanny can offer support with housekeeping, errands and other household responsibilities, similar to mother’s helpers, au-pairs, and live-in nannies. These instances, as well as your location and the nanny’s experience are some of the many factors to consider when deciding how much you should pay a full-time nanny.
If you’re looking to save on the cost of a part-time nanny, you can try a nanny share. In a nanny share, you split the costs of a part-time nanny with another family. Alternatively, you could create a nanny share to create a full-time nanny position by having two families who want part-time child care. Beyond costs, there are other considerations in deciding between a part-time nanny and a part-time nanny share. It is important to think about the additional responsibilities your family carries as well as the part-time nanny when making this decision.
When finalizing the details of your part-time nanny position, it’s important to make sure that everyone is on the same page. The easiest way to do this is to create a job offer for your part-time nanny position.
In your part-time nanny job offer, you should communicate the responsibilities and compensation. In writing out the responsibilities of your part-time nanny, you might also choose to add some responsibilities that are specific to your families’ needs. If you want to run a background check on the candidates for your part-time nanny position, you can give a job offer that is contingent upon the results of the background check.
After presenting your job offer, you can create a contract for your part-time nanny to create the foundation for a good relationship with your nanny. And of course, as you learn how to hire a part-time nanny, Nanny Lane's nanny services are here to help you along the way.