Childcare

ANI Childcare

Nanny
Parent’s Helper
Summer Nanny
Long-Term vs. Short-Term
Working with Annie’s Nannies
Fees
FAQS

Nanny

A Nanny cares for a family’s children in the family’s home. She creates a nurturing, safe, and stimulating environment and is responsible for everything related to the children’s physical and emotional well-being.

Responsibilities of a Nanny:

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

  • Children’s physical/emotional/developmental needs
  • Children’s meals
  • Child-related errands
  • Driving the children to appointments and activities
  • Children’s laundry
  • Light housekeeping pertaining to the children

Salary Range of a Nanny:

  • Salaries for Nannies are 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 Nannies generally work between 40 and 50 hours a week and make between $17 -$22 per hour.
    • Part-time Nannies work up to 35 hours a week. They typically earn between $18 and $22+ per hour.
    • It is common to guarantee hours and reimburse for an employee’s automobile expenses if 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)


Parent’s Helper:

A Parent’s Helper works in tandem with an at-home parent in the care of the children.  Typically, they are not responsible for household duties like a Family Assistant.

Responsibilities of a Parent’s Helper:

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

  • Children’s physical/emotional/developmental needs
  • Children’s meals
  • Accompanying the parent to children’s appointments and activities
  • Children’s laundry
  • Light housekeeping pertaining to the children only

Salary Range of a Parent’s Helper:

  • Salaries for Nannies 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’.
    • Parent’s Helpers typically work up to 35 hours a week. The hourly range is between $17 and $20 per hour.
    • It is common to guarantee hours and reimburse for an employee’s automobile expenses if 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).


Summer Nanny:

Summer Nannies offer fun and excitement for your children during their summer vacation from school. Your Nanny can take them on outings to the zoo, museum, library, swimming pool and form play groups.

Responsibilities of a Summer Nanny:

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

  • Children’s physical/emotional/developmental needs
  • Children’s meals
  • Picking up children/driving the children to camps, appointments and activities

Salary Range of a Summer Nanny:

  • Salaries for Nannies 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’.
    • Summer Nannies work part-time or full-time. The hourly range is between $15-$20 per hour.




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