"Heartland Nanny Agency never charges nannies for applications, screenings, or placements. We are committed to finding you the perfect position." - Jenny
At least 18 years old
*Summer nannies must be at least 16 years old*
Carry a valid drivers license
Carry valid automobile insurance
Minimum of 2 years childcare experience outside of family
Ability to pass an extensive background check including a driving record check
Must be state certified in CPR and First Aid (or willing to become certified)
All applicants must successfully complete a phone interview, an in person interview, and internet and social media screening.
What does it mean to be a nanny?
Being a nanny is more than just a babysitter. You are a daily fixture in the children's lives. Your responsibility is to help care and nurture the children of busy professionals. Responsibilities will will vary from household to household depending on the family's needs.
Typical daily responsibilities will include but are not limited to:
Assisting with chores
Assisting with homework
You may also be asked to help with household chores and family errands.
These might include:
Laundry, children and/or families
Family Meal Prep
Light House Keeping
Each family's needs are different and will be discussed and negotiated before start of job.
What to expect from your employer:
Regular wages (weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly)
Paid days off
Paid travel (if you're asked to travel with the family)
Clear expectations of tasks and house rules