Professional Nannies Earn $60,000 Per Year.

Child care positions aren’t usually thought of as high-paying jobs. But with wealthier families seeking nannies that are trained in newborn care, child development, or languages, it’s becoming more common to see in-home caregivers earning six-figure salaries.

Professional Nannies Earn $60,000 Per Year

Boston Newborn Care continues to expand and our need for Qualified Nannies. For over 20 years we have provided training certification for Nannies and placement services with our families.

If you have experience with caring for Newborns we would like to receive your resume today.

Nannies have quickly entered the world as a career as a professional Care providers. The positions are not as a Baby Sitter.

With higher paid salaries, the additional benefits Nannies earn and receive often add additional income to the based salary.

Currently, Boston Newborn Care has Nanny positions throughout Massachusetts.

Only complete resumes will be considered and for review. Caring for a Newborn and living with families requires a person with exceptions skills.

If you are seeking a career change, have Newborn Care Experience, and or are a fully Qualified Nanny I would love to hear from you today.

Please email your Resume to:

bostonnewborncare@gmail.com

Professional Nannies Responsibilities

A nanny is a person who provides child care. Typically, this care is given within the children’s family setting.

Throughout history, nannies were usually servants in large households and reported directly to the lady of the house.

Today, modern nannies, like other domestic workers, may live in or out of the house, depending on their circumstances and those of their employers.

There are many employment agencies that specialize in childcare. Nannies in many areas are sought-after members of the workforce.

Many nannies become a part of their family’s household. Although previously looked at as a lesser-than job, today’s demand has made it a popular and valued addition to the lives of the family’s household.

Even though there are no legal requirements to be considered a nanny, families may require a background check or a CPR certification. Families may also look for other special skills in a nanny, such as being bilingual or having early childhood development coursework done.

Nannies help play a key role in a child’s development by providing care.