It may seem crazy, but we’re constantly being told by top nanny agencies, who advertise their jobs on the nannyjob website, that there simply aren’t enough nannies for them to consider.
There are currently 132 agencies who regularly post jobs on nannyjob.co.uk!
So, if you’re a nanny and you aren’t yet registered, what are you waiting for?
It’s completely free to join and upload your CV. You can also use our free search tool to search for available nanny jobs that meet your criteria!
If you’re already registered, why not take a few minutes to update your CV?
Not only will you be seen by our top agencies, you’ll also be seen by hundreds of parents also looking for nannies!
By now, you’ve probably noticed that the Nanny Job website has a whole new look!
We hope you like the new design and find the site easier to navigate than before.
To get started on our homepage, just choose from one of the 3 options; Childcarer, Parent or Agency.
Then use our free and simple search tool to filter the search results to meet your requirements and find your perfect match!
You can also find a range of other useful information, including the Nanny Job blog which will also be updated soon, by clicking Info in the navigation menu.
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As a nanny, you need to be prepared for any situation, especially if you have young children. Even the simplest thing can save the day, or ruin it.
That’s why we’ve put together our list of essential items for your nanny bag:
Technology and the internet are all around us. For most people, smartphones, tablets and computers are an integral part of life be it for work, pleasure, or both and it’s understandable that children will pick up on that and want to be involved.
Many young children have access to tablets, smartphones or computers and enjoy using them to discover and learn new things. But, when does this access to technology become dangerous for children, and at what point does it turn into something potentially damaging like internet addiction?
Teaching children to love and care for animals is a great way to help build their ability to empathise and to be compassionate, whilst learning the skills required to ensure an animal is happy and healthy.
Caring for animals can also help to teach patience, the importance of hard-work and how to look out for those who are more vulnerable, which will in turn help with their social development.
Here are our top tips to help foster a love for animals in your children: