What to expect
When a family chooses you to be their Nanny, they are selecting someone who will:
- Care for the child’s physical, developmental, emotional, and behavioral needs;
- Nurture, motivate and challenge their children;
- Be an example to their children;
- Instill the values established by the family;
- Foster learning through educational and hands-on experience;
- Care for the children when they are sick, and
- Act accordingly in case of emergency
Every day, you’ll feed, dress, and create a healthy, safe environment for the children. You’ll drive the children to activities, plan and organize special activities and play dates, teach children through academic and hands-on experience, and provide other structured, age-appropriate activities. Sometimes you’ll take the children to doctor’s appointments, pick up groceries, shop for children’s supplies, or go to the dry cleaner.
Each day you’ll maintain a log to document information for the parents such as: feedings/meals, nap time, diaper changes, milestone achievements, activities, and overall comments on the day. Every family is unique, and each family is encouraged to develop their expectations with you to create a strong, consistent working relationship. You can so do this.
Different types of placements
Different titles —ongoing, temporary, occasional, hotel child care— there are different types of Nannies and child-care providers. Our specialty is placing long-term, full- and part-time nannies, yet we also offer other short-term and specialized nannies for our clients.
Both family and Nanny are seeking a long-term relationship. We’ll ask you to make a minimum one-year commitment to your family.
- Your work: Full-time
A full-time Nanny works 40 or more hours per week. Full-time Nannys are typically compensated with a weekly salary, and receive benefits such as paid holidays, paid time off, reimbursement for mileage when using your own vehicle for job related activities, and possibly a contribution towards your health insurance, depending on your situation.
- Your work: Part-time
Part-time Nannies work less than 40 hours per week. You may be compensated on either a weekly salary (typically for heavier part time hours) or an hourly basis. Part-time Nannies often receive some holiday pay, some paid time off, and reimbursement for mileage when driving the children or running errands for the family.
Temporary Nannies are needed for a specified time only. Some examples:
- Newborn Specialists help after the birth of a child. Both daytime and night time hours are available.
- Summer Nannies care for school age children over their summer break.
- Fill-in Nannies assist a family while their current provider is on vacation, medical leave, etc.
Sometimes our registered families need a provider to care for the children if they go out during the evening or while they travel out of town.
Hotel Child Care
We provide in-room hotel child care with the highest caliber hotels for families visiting the Greater Cincinnati area.
Nanny compensation and Agency fees
|Placement||Hours||Gross Provider Compensation||Agency Fees||Registration Fee|
|Ongoing Full-time||40+ hours per week||$800–$1000 per week||One month average salary, minimum $2500||$200|
|Ongoing Part-time||< 40 hours per week||$18–$25 per hour||One month average salary, minimum $2000||$200|
|Temporary Full-time||40+ hours per week||$800–$1000 per week||$25 per day|
$35 per overnight
|Temporary Part-time||< 40 hours per week||$18–$25 per hour||$25 per day|
$35 per overnight
|Summer Nanny - Full-time or Part-time||1 - 40+ hours per week||$18–$25 per hour||One month average salary, minimum $1500||$200|
|Occasional||4 hour minimum||$25 per hour *|
|$25 per day|
$35 per overnight
|Hotel||4 hour minimum||$25 per hour *|
|$50 per day||N/A|