A person who cares for children and tends to their needs is referred to as a nanny. In most cases, the children’s own homes serve as the location for the provision of this type of care. Nannies were typically household servants who worked in large households and answered the head of the household. Throughout history, nannies reported directly to the head of the household. In today’s world, modern nannies, much like other types of domestic workers, have the option of living either inside or outside the home, depending on their circumstances and employers’ circumstances.
A Nanny watches over one or more children in the parent’s home. If the Nanny assists the children with their homework, she or he may interact directly with the teachers of the children. They are accountable for finishing the chores around the house, preparing the meals, and driving the children to and from school.
A good nanny should have solid judgment and share responsibility with the parents in rearing children. To provide adequate care for the child, a successful nanny must respect the values and customs that the child’s parents uphold.
● Create a schedule filled with imaginative pursuits and instructional games (e.g., drawing, crafting, and puppet games).
● Cook the meals that the children will eat and feed them (including bottle-feeding for babies).
● Infants need to have their diapers changed and should be given baths.
● You can assist the older children in washing their hands and getting into the bath.
● Make sure you schedule some time for naps.
● Instruct your children in appropriate social behaviors, such as being respectful to one another and pitching in to help with chores.
● Carry children to and from school as well as any extracurricular activities they may be participating in.
● Clean up the playground and the rooms where the children play.
● Help younger students with their homework and look out for their well-being during all activities, whether inside or outside.
● Take care of children if they are hurt or ill.
● Do household assigned responsibilities
● Collaborate with parents to ensure the physical and psychological growth of children.
● Availability to work a variety of shifts, including nights, weekends, and evenings, as well as full days on occasion.
● A valid and spotless driver’s license.
● Diploma from an authorized high school.
● additional training in child development is preferred.
● Certification in first aid is a desirable asset.
● Prior experience working as a Nanny or Babysitter is required.
● Excellent knowledge of the various stages of child development across the age spectrum.
● Capacity to think of original ways to instruct and engage young people in their learning.
● Multitasking skills.
While ZipRecruiter is seeing annual salaries as high as $129,000 and as low as $19,000, the majority of High-End Nanny salaries currently range between $36,500 (25th percentile) to $75,000 (75th percentile), with top earners (90th percentile) making $104,000 annually across the United States.