FULL TIME NANNY
THE PERFECT SOLUTION FOR PARENTS WORKING LONG HOURS
Being a parent is the most wonderful and satisfying life experience, however for many parents it is one of many roles in life. Parental love can never be substituted but some duties can.
We have can support you with qualified, reliable and simply nice Nannies or Mother’s Helpers.
If you are not sure who will fit better into your lifestyle and is most suitable for your children, we will help you make a choice.
The role of Nanny always includes a childcare qualification or a few years experience of being a Nanny and this candidate can take responsibility for many aspects of the children’s care when the parents are not at home including:
- supervising the children at all times
- driving them to school/nursery
- preparing healthy meals for them
- keeping their bedrooms and play areas clean and tidy
- washing and ironing their clothes
- providing stimulating activities for them including arranging play dates
- bathing and putting them to bed
A Nanny is not responsible for all cleaning, washing, or cooking for the whole family but their duties can include light housework such as washing dishes, walking the dog, or watering plants.
A Nanny works between 10-12 hours per day, five days Monday-Friday including two baby-sitting nights per week.
A Live-in Nanny can also travel with family. However a clear job description would need to be written into the contract. The family would be expected to provide a separate bedroom for the Nanny and all meals.
The wage for a Nanny depends on experience and the number of hours per week. Usually weekly salaries are between £350 – £550.
Candidates suitable for the role of Mothers Helper will typically not yet have enough experience to take responsibility for independent care of your children but are perfectly capable of assisting parents with daily routines such as:
- helping with the school run in the morning
- driving the children around
- helping with homework
- cooking meals for the children
- putting them to bed
Parents should be around for most of the time. However its is expected that over time as the Mother’s Helper gains experience and providing the parents are well organised, the parents should be able to delegate more responsibilities to the Mothers Helper as well as more and activities with the children.
Their duties can also included general help with light housework such as
- keeping the kitchen and children’s areas clean and tidy
- washing dishes
- feeding pets
Mother’s Help duties and the hours worked in this role are negotiable and a clear job description would need to be written into the contract. The family would be expected to provide a separate bedroom for the Mothers Helper and all meals.
The wage for a Mothers Helper depends on experience and the number of hours per week. Usually weekly salaries are between £250 – £350.
“The best way to make children good, is to make them happy”