Nanny Job Description

What is a Nanny?

A nanny is responsible for providing care for an individual or multiple children, toddlers or infants within a household. Some nannies are also responsible for arranging playdates, reading, bathing, children's laundry, and feeding. A nanny can either be live-in, where they stay and live with the family during the weekdays or live-out. Some nannies also perform household chores. Generally, nannies are employed by families or find opportunities through varying nanny agencies.

A high school diploma or equivalent along with 3 years Child Care experience, including infant care, is required for nanny positions. Valid and current First Aid and CPR certifications are also required. Successful nannies are deeply compassionate, energetic and possess excellent communication skills.

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Job Overview

Come work at Example Co., a leading firm in our industry in the metro area. We're pleased to have a 4.0 Glassdoor rating. We are looking to hire an experienced Nanny to help us keep growing. If you're hard-working and dedicated, Example Co. is an ideal place to get ahead. Apply today!

Responsibilities for Nanny

  • Create a nurturing and stimulating environment
  • Perform household chores such as sweeping, doing dishes and children's laundry
  • Meet the children's social, emotional and physical needs
  • Ensure a clean and tidy home environment at all times
  • Pick up children from school on time
  • Entertain children, keeping them warm, happy and clean at all times
  • Discipline children, when necessary and in accordance with parents principles
  • Keep kitchen clean after meal preparation

Qualifications for Nanny

  • 4+ years' Child Care experience
  • Must provide at least three valid references
  • First Aid and CPR certifications required
  • Proficient knowledge of housekeeping and meal preparation
  • Must have a clean driver's license and reliable transportation
  • Outstanding verbal communication skills
  • Great organizational and multitasking abilities
  • Instill good manners and a sense of responsibility
  • Take the children on age-appropriate outings

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