Childcare + Household Support

Household ChildcareFamily Assistant
Nanny/Household Manager
Long-Term vs. Short-Term
Working with Annie’s Nannies
Fees
FAQS


Family Assistant

A Family Assistant is a nanny who is also an assistant to the parent/s or household manager.   She provides another pair of hands to assist busy parents with creating a safe and nurturing environment for their children and the management of the household.

Responsibilities of a Family Assistant:

The specific responsibilities will vary depending on what is agreed upon with the employer. These duties typically include:

  • Child Related Duties
    • Playing and interacting
    • Children’s meals
    • Driving children to appointments and activities
    • Tutoring
    • Organizing after-school activities
  • Household Duties
    • Running household errands
    • Pet care
    • Grocery shopping
    • Laundry
    • Meal preparation
    • Light housekeeping/organizational projects
    • Help maintaining family calendar

Salary Range of a Family Assistant:

  • Salaries for Family Assistants are usually based on the amount of experience the candidate brings to the position and the duties included in the job description-in addition to current ‘Market Value’.
    • Full-time Family Assistants generally work 40-50 hours per week and typically earn between $20-$25+ per hour.
    • Part-time Family Assistants generally work 15-35 hours per week and typically earn between $20-$25+ per hour.
    • It is common to guarantee hours and reimburse for an employee’s automobile expenses if his or her vehicle is used on the job.  Benefits may include: paid sick days/holidays/vacation and a medical insurance contribution (which can also serve as a tax credit to the family).


Nanny/Household Manager

A Nanny/Household Manager is someone who is hired by a family to help care for the family’s children as a Nanny and also manage many aspects of the household.  This position is usually full charge and the parents work outside of the home.

Responsibilities of a Nanny/Household Manager:

The specific responsibilities will vary depending on what is agreed upon with the employer. These duties typically include:

  • Child Related Duties
    • Playing and interacting
    • Children’s meals
    • Driving children to appointments and activities
    • Tutoring
    • Organizing after-school activities
  • Household Duties
    • Managing the family calendar
    • Scheduling maintenance
    • Running household errands
    • Pet care
    • Grocery shopping
    • Personal shopping
    • Laundry
    • Meal preparation
    • Light Housekeeping
    • Organizational projects

Salary Range of a Nanny/Household Manager:

  • Salaries for Nanny/Household Managers are usually based on the amount of experience the candidate brings to the position and the duties included in the job description-in addition to current ‘Market Value’.
    • Full-time, live-out Nanny/Household Managers generally work between 40 and 50 hours a week and make between $22 and $27+ per hour
    • Part-time Nanny/Household Managers work up to 35 hours a week. They typically earn between $22 and $27+ per hour.
    • It is common to guarantee hours and reimburse for an employee’s automobile expenses if his or her vehicle is used on the job.  Benefits may include: paid sick days/holidays/vacation and a medical insurance contribution (which can also serve as a tax credit to the family).


 



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