NannyCare.com Requirements For Nannies

  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Minimum 2 years recent experience working with children. This includes but is not limited to babysitting or nannying or any type of childcare experience. Must have 3 work references and 1 personal reference.
  • Authorization to work in the U.S.
  • Must pass our preliminary background check (click on link in your account area).
  • Must have current CPR & First Aid (you will need to upload this in your account area).
  • Must be reliable, trustworthy, honest, love children, be professional and have a good work ethic.
  • Must be willing to give a year commitment (unless you are only looking for babysitting jobs or temporary work).

 

Be sure to complete the nanny application in your account area (this will create a nice profile for you that families can view) and add your references at the bottom of the page. You will need to upload your CPR/First Aid card in your account area. Feel free to also upload files such as your resume, any reference letters, credentials and certifications. If you don’t already have CPR/First Aid, you will need to complete a course. If needed, our partner Protrainings.com offers a great online CPR/First Aid course for $34.95 that can completed in 2-3 hours. If you have any questions, you can email a NannyCare.com counselor anytime. 

We will contact you as soon as we receive your background check results and have verified your CPR/First Aid. If everything comes back positive, we are happy to approve you to be listed on our site. 

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