Full-time nannies provide much more than general supervision. We do not believe a nanny is just a body in the room that just looks at the children, They work alongside parents, as a team, while creating an engaging environment & that the children in their care are safe, healthy, and happy. The responsibilities of a full-time nanny vary depending on the household and number of children. It always includes full care of the children (feeding & bathing), organizing fun, light house cleaning related to children, educational and age-appropriate activities, engaging in social play, creative learning & discovery, and errands when children are in school.
Full-time nannies generally work between 40-60 hours per week. Schedules depending on he family needs. Many nannies can be flexible if needed. With many nannies being able to travel domestically and internationally. You can see schedules where a nanny lives in, a rotating schedule with multiple nannies for around the clock support. Let us know what your needs are. We are happy to help you figure out your schedule.
Rates & Compensation
Rates for full-time nannies will always vary and will depend on the nanny's experience, education and skill sets and level of flexibility your family needs. Current rates for professional nannies are between a “net” (after taxes) of $20–$25+ per hour.
Here at Tiny Treasures Nanny Agency, we believe that when you hire a nanny or a household employee, you are hiring an extended member to your family. While nanny employers are not obligated to provide all of the benefits listed below, employers who wish to attract top notch candidates typically do.
Most families offer their nannies/household staff:
Paid vacation- 2-3 weeks
Paid holidays- All Federal/Bank Observed Holidays
Paid sick time- 2-5 days.
Paid personal time 2-5 days
Full or partial contribution to their nanny’s health insurance premium.
Many families also provide ta discretionary annual year-end bonus. 1-3 weeks of nanny's gross compensation.
Full-time childcare providers are paid 52 weeks per year. If your nanny/manny is available to work but you do not require his/her services, she/he should still be paid their normal wages.