Looking to hire an experienced, qualified and bilingual nanny, governess, or maternity nurse? We’ll work to find the candidate that best suits your family’s needs.
A thorough assessment of your needs prior to and during placement
Access to available, fully scanned candidates
Help and assistance in interviewing candidates
Templates of employment contracts
An induction programme for the newly placed nanny
A two-month free replacement policy
As a nanny, your job is to be a qualified child care provider. Usually, qualified nannies are trained to provide care and educational development for children from birth to seven years of age and you may also have a background in child development, nanny training, or teaching. Each job will be different, so you may be employed on a live-in or live-out basis depending on the domestic circumstances and preferences of the family.
Sometimes, parents will need you to handle household tasks alongside your nanny duties in a combined nanny-housekeeper role. This can include cleaning, tidying, laundry, preparing meals, and school drop-off and pick-up. Nanny housekeepers are often employed once children are at school age, as this leaves time for the nanny to complete household tasks during school hours.
A governess is a specialised type of nanny who focuses on teaching and educating the children they work with. As a governess, you’ll likely have a background in education and teaching, and have experience delivering a curriculum to particular age groups of students.
Maternity nurses support new mothers with everything from breastfeeding and nappy changes to cleanliness and home routines. A maternity nurse cares for the newborn and also cares for the new mother. As a maternity nurse, you may also be needed to help in case of post-natal depression. A maternity nurse usually works with newborn babies for around two weeks - two months old, and on a 24/6 basis.