A Nanny will work with a family and take responsibility for the health, safety and development of the children. They will prepare meals, wash their clothes, make sure their rooms and equipment are clean and maintained, drop off and collect the children from school or playgroup and generally promote their social and educational development. Nannies may be employed on a live-in or live-out basis and may be expected to work evenings and weekends.
There are no set entry requirements for this role but a college qualification in childcare would be an advantage.
Voluntary experience working with children would be beneficial.
You will also need an enhance background check which your employer should arrange for you.
- The ability to stay calm under pressure
- Creativity and imagination to plan activities that are fun
- lots of energy and stamina
- the ability to communicate effectively with both children and parents
- Able to cope with unexpected situations
£15,000 to £20,000