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nanny Nannies! How to get a job with Nanny Network Looking for a nanny job? Take a look at our checklist: Are you over 21? Have you got a minimum of 2 years nanny/childcare experience? Checkable references? First aid and DBS or willing to get both? Non smoker? Genuine passion for working with children? If you answered yes to all of the questions above - then please follow our steps to finding a job with us: Create an account on our homepage
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parent Can I take my nanny on Holiday? Everything you need to know about employing a holiday nanny Planning your dream get away but want to be sure to have the time to relax? Many parents take their nanny with them on holiday or employ a holiday nanny and it’s a great way to balance the childcare while away and make sure everybody leaves feeling relaxed. If you already employ a permanent nanny and you would like them to accompany you and the family – you only need to check the holiday work fits in the contract you already have with the nanny.
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parent How to find an after school/after nursery nanny in London Parents! We have bad news and we have good news for you! Lets get the bad news out of the way first – We have been placing nannies since 2011 and after school/after nursery hours are the hardest to fill! The good news? We are here to help you – every step of the way! If you need after school/after nursery childcare – and your budget is tight – you may want to consider a childminder who will look after your child/children in their own home.
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nanny How to write a good nanny CV In order to land your dream nanny job, you need to have a well written CV that stands out from the crowd. Your CV is the first impression that you give to parents so you need to it to fairly reflect you as the fantastic nanny you are! Get the nanny job you deserve by following our quick guide to writing a fantastic nanny CV. We recommend that you take a couple of hours to create a real CV that is well written, clear, well formatted and with no mistakes.
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parent How does a nanny share work? A nanny share usually works by two families sharing a nanny so that she works across both houses for a number of hours. The nanny may be required to look after two or more children at the same time. Alternatively the families may share a nanny to have her part time in both families in order to offer a full week of work therefore ensuring a dedicated career nanny. Each nanny share situation is unique and must be discussed in lots of detail to arrange.
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nanny Are you working as a nanny? Here is why you should join PACEY Becoming Part of the PACEY Family At PACEY (Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years) we recognise that being a nanny can be an incredibly fulfilling role. In fact our recent survey found that almost all (96%) of nannies surveyed find their job rewarding. You will inevitably form close bonds with the children you care for, which is not surprising considering you are looking after every aspect of that child’s wellbeing.
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Our guides are written by a bright team of nannies, babysitters, maternity nurses and other childcare experts. We write about topics interesting for parents and nannies - useful information, top tips and bits of advice. Nanny Network is committed to children - to their health, well-being and their education - our guides are a reflection of what we believe children deserve. We hope you enjoy reading our guides and we are always looking our for new writers to join our team so please contact us if you have something you want other people to read.

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nanny Nannies! How to get a job with Nanny Network Looking for a nanny job? Take a look at our checklist: Are you over 21? Have you got a minimum of 2 years nanny/childcare experience? Checkable references? First aid and DBS or willing to get both? …
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parent Can I take my nanny on Holiday? Everything you need to know about employing a holiday nanny Planning your dream get away but want to be sure to have the time to relax? Many parents take their nanny with them on holiday or employ a holiday nanny and it’s a great way to balance the childcare …
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parent How to find an after school/after nursery nanny in London Parents! We have bad news and we have good news for you! Lets get the bad news out of the way first – We have been placing nannies since 2011 and after school/after nursery hours are the hardest to …
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nanny How to write a good nanny CV In order to land your dream nanny job, you need to have a well written CV that stands out from the crowd. Your CV is the first impression that you give to parents so you need to it to fairly reflect …
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parent How does a nanny share work? A nanny share usually works by two families sharing a nanny so that she works across both houses for a number of hours. The nanny may be required to look after two or more children at the same time. …
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nanny Are you working as a nanny? Here is why you should join PACEY Becoming Part of the PACEY Family At PACEY (Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years) we recognise that being a nanny can be an incredibly fulfilling role. In fact our recent survey …
ABOUT US

Our guides are written by a bright team of nannies, babysitters, maternity nurses and other childcare experts. We write about topics interesting for parents and nannies - useful information, top tips and bits of advice. Nanny Network is committed to children - to their health, well-being and their education - our guides are a reflection of what we believe children deserve. We hope you enjoy reading our guides and we are always looking our for new writers to join our team so please contact us if you have something you want other people to read.

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