Other Nanny Services

All sitters and nannies
are pre-screened:

  • Application Review
  • Resumé
  • Interview
  • Reference Check
  • Criminal Background Check
  • DMV Report
  • Sex Offender Check
  • Social Security Verification
  • Alias Search
  • Contract Negotiation Assistance
  • Employment Agreement

Night/Newborn Nanny:

A Night/Newborn Nanny will have newborn experience and likely hold certification as a Newborn Care Specialist. They will give nighttime feedings and can assist with sleep training.

A Night/Newborn nanny can be used for a maximum of four months. A typical schedule will be 9p-6a or 10p-7a.

The rate of pay will vary for each nanny and their level of experience, certifications, and the number of babies she is caring for (single, twins, triplets). The net amount is generally $25-$35+ per hour.

Agency fee: 10% of nanny's 1 month salary (Can be used for a maximum of four months)

Summer Nanny

A Summer nanny can work part or full time hours. They will work for the duration of the summer while your children are home from school.

Agency fee: $850

Live In Nanny

Live In nannies provide general supervision and so much more. They work alongside parents, as a team and create an engaging environment.  They ensure the children in their care are safe, healthy, and happy. The responsibilities of a live in nanny will vary depending on the family, number and ages of the children in their care.  Duties will include full care of the children such as feeding, light house cleaning related to the children, organizing fun, educational and age-appropriate activities, social play, and creative learning. 

Live in nannies generally work between 26-50 hours per week depending on the family needs. They are required to have two consecutive days off per week.

Compensation varies and will depend on several factors such as the nanny's experience, education level and your family needs. Current net rates for professional nannies are between $20–$35+ per hour. In addition, a private room is required for a live in nanny. 

Agency fee: 10%, 13% or 15% of nanny's yearly wages

Temporary Nanny

A temporary nanny's responsibilities will be similar to those of a part or full time nanny and they can work either part or full time hours. The responsibilities will vary based on the family's needs. A temporary nanny can be used for a maximum of 3 months.

Agency fee: 10% of nanny's 1 month salary

Semester/After School Nanny

A Semester/After School Nanny will have the same qualifications as a part time or full time nanny. The responsibilities will vary based on the family's needs but will generally include pick up from school, taking to after school activities, assistance with homework and may include meal prep.

A Semester/After School Nanny works only during the afternoons after normal school hours. A typical schedule would be 2p-6/7pm

The net rate of pay for Semester/After School nannies $20-$25+hr

Agency fee: $700

Distance Learning Nanny:

A Distance Learning nanny will be responsible for creating a setting to complement virtual instruction from your children's schools, including supervision, support and assistance with learning during the school day.

A Distance Learning nanny will work during regular school hours.

The rate of pay on this will vary based on their experience, education level and grades of the children. The net amount will generally be $25-$50/hr and will include paid holidays.

Agency fee: $1000