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Infant Toddler Teacher

Youth In Need

Warrenton, MO

1 day ago
Toddler Teacher

Scottsdale Academy

Tallahassee, FL

Early Learning Lead Teacher

YMCA of Greater Grand Rapids

Grand Rapids, MI

1 day ago

Private Household

$9.99 / Per hour


17 days ago
Full-Time Preschool Teacher and Nanny for Toddler Twins


$65000 / Per year


Preschool teacher/Toddler teacher

Island view child care


Preschool Teacher

Primrose School of Lawrenceville North

Lawrenceville, GA

1 day ago
Montessori Child Care Assistant

Gateway Montessori School

$13 - $14.25 / Per year


1 day ago
Lead Infant Teacher

Primrose School of Dunwoody

Dunwoody, GA

1 day ago

Nanny Jobs Overview

Working parents know all too well that childcare is a necessity, and nannies are what hold family life together behind the scenes. Nanny jobs are open to responsible adults who enjoy taking care of children and have a background in childcare. Nannies help parents keep their careers and help children grow, learn, and play.

As a nanny, you'll be working inside your client’s home, taking care of children and keeping them entertained with arts, crafts, reading, and games; helping with homework; cleaning the children's living spaces; preparing meals; driving children to activities and appointments; and quickly becoming an important part of the family.

If you like working with children, you can apply for many different Service jobs. For example, Monster offers similar jobs in the following:

Nanny Training and Skills

While there's no predetermined set of credentials or qualifications needed to be hired for nanny jobs, the ability to educate and entertain children is vital to the job. Prior experience babysitting or taking care of children is also essential. Most parents are looking for a nanny who has:

  • A passion for working with children.
  • Great communication skills.
  • Multitasking and organizational skills.
  • The ability to create a daily schedule that encompasses all the activities parents want their children to attend.
  • A valid driver's license to transport children to and from school and their after-school activities.

Update Your Nanny Resume

Parents look for applicants with a clean, polished resume and a well-written cover letter that assures them that children will be safe and happy in your care. Feeling lost? Check out our nanny resume sample to learn how to structure your resume and how to include your prior experience with children and your references list. Then, browse our collection of cover letter samples and cover letter articles, which are full of best practices from our career experts.

Interviewing for Nanny Jobs

Parents take the interviewing process very seriously when they're looking to hire a nanny. They want to make sure they're hiring a responsible and trustworthy person to take care of their children. To prepare yourself, check out some nanny interview questions. Most parents will ask you questions like this:

  • How long did you work with your previous family?
  • Why did you stop working for the last family?
  • How would you handle an emergency?
  • What would you do if a child got sick?
  • Would you mind performing household duties like cooking meals and cleaning the kids' rooms?

How Much Do Nanny Jobs Pay?

Being a nanny can be very rewarding, but money still matters. The median pay for a nanny or babysitter is $14.29 an hour, but this varies based on your experience level, location, and the number of children you'll be taking care of. Want to know what to expect as a nanny in your location? Try using Monster's Salary Tools, where you can find salary information sorted by area and job title.

Want to Become a Nanny? Apply to Nanny Jobs Now

Ready to start your career as a nanny? Monster offers thousands of nanny jobs. To apply, just click on the job listings to the left. You can also make a Monster profile to allow recruiters to connect with you and receive customized job postings and career advice right in your inbox.