Liz  Hall

Engaging Career Nanny -Filled

Tribeca New York Nanny

A wonderful Tribeca, NY family seeks a live-out nanny for their newborn in August. They would love a professional and caring career nanny who has experienced caring for infants. Someone who is caring, honest, clean & organized, great team player. Ideally, they would love a nanny who is experienced in keeping newborns engaged and passionate about child development.



This position is a live-out position: (housing details)

  • This is a full-time, live-out position.

  • The schedule is Monday through Friday, from 8:30 AM - 6:30 PM. There will be 3-4 days a month where the family will ask for a late start & end shift. e.g.,12pm-8/10pm

  • (50/hrs work weeks) Additional hours may be required with notice. So an ideal candidate who is flexible.

  • Occasional travel with family with advance notice. All expenses paid plus stipend

  • One parent will be working from home.

Compensation & Benefits

  • This position is paid gross with overtime. This position is $30-$35+ hour, or $80-100k gross/year in annualized earnings, health insurance or healthcare contribution, and PTO, including paid federal holidays. There are two weeks of vacation and a discretionary performance bonus.

Start Date: This is a long-term role, and they are looking for someone to start in mid-August. However, the family is looking for the right fit and will hire someone asap.

Position Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Safety first.

  • Pitch-in attitude regarding general maintenance and cleanliness of infant

  • Follows parents’ approach to childcare and embraces family parenting style

  • Solids and bottle feedings, diaper changes, baby’s laundry, keeping track of baby items to ensure they stay stocked, planning engaging and age-appropriate activities, and eventually potty training!

  • Manage daily care and supervision of infant

  • Adhere to the infant’s schedule, including naps/sleep and activities

  • Facilitate intellectual development (e.g., words, numbers, enrichment, etc.)

  • Facilitate physical development (e.g. running, stacking, using utensils, etc.) in a high-energy, creative, and playful way

  • Facilitate social development, helping to make connections with friends and attending playdates

  • Manage all aspects of children’s property with utmost cleanliness and organization, including meals/snacks and clean-up, hanging clothes, cleaning toys/books, diaper bags, etc.

  • Ability to make very simple meals for the baby.

  • Laundry for the baby.

  • Run errands

  • Comfortable with light housekeeping, like loading/unloading the dishwasher.