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Full-time nanny: A full-time or a part-time nanny will accommodate your family's schedule and needs on a daily basis.
A nanny usually works 9-12 hours a day. Offering your nanny guaranteed hours will be keen in the hiring process.
A full-time employment range from 30 hours to 45+ hours per week.

Part-time nanny: A part-time position is ideally for after school care. A part-time nanny can fill in the gap between when your child gets home from school and you get home from work. Schedule could be Monday through Friday from 3pm to 7pm. Part-time nannies generally want to work a minimum of 20 hours a week.

Holiday nanny: Upon arrival at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport the nanny will meet you at the airport and help you navigate your way out of the airport. The nanny comes equipped with wipes, healthy snacks and drinks.
The nanny will escort you to your hotel and help you check into your hotel.
The nanny will be happy to also assist you with check-out, she will escort you to the airport and bid you farewell. A part-time or full-time holiday nanny offers childcare during the day, as well as babysitting at night.
The nanny will accompany you on your family trips within The Netherlands or overseas.

Night nannies: We offer night nannies to keep you on the go in case you have to travel for work, to help you sleep though the night and to encourage your baby to sleep through the night too.
Nigh nanny schedule: 9pm - 7am or 10pm - 6am. Minimum 8 hours. Hours are flexible around your needs

Home Safety
The nanny agency will explore the dangers hidding in your home in order to accommodate your little ones safety.
Here are some few steps on how we could make your home safe for your child:
- Keeping all chemicals locked and out of reach of your child
- Keeping knives and other sharp objects in childproof drawers
- A well-stocked first-aid kit
- Smoke alarm
- Fire extinguisher
- Covering furniture edges/corners

Activities
The nanny will engage your child in many fun activities depending on your requirements, the age of your child and the weather conditions.
The nanny will provide activities such as arts and crafts, singing, going to the zoo, reading, dancing, construction play, dressing up, and going to the playground.

Nanny log book
The nanny will maintain a log book to keep track of your child's daily care routine such as feeding, nap times, milestones and diaper changes. The nanny will keep in touch with the parents throughout the day. Whether it's a quick phone call, texting or photos throughout the day.

High profile nannies tasks and duties:

  • Safety first
  • Extreme flexibility
  • Keeping the children on a schedule for naps, meals, and daily activities
  • Traveling with the family
  • Being a role model by setting a good example to the children.
  • Promote the emotional, intellectual and social development of the child
  • Light housekeeping, mainly child related
  • Working opposite another nanny on rotation

Average weekly hours
A full-time employment range from 35 hours to 45+ hours per week.
Part-time nannies generally want to work a minimum of 25 hours a week.
A nanny will often work 5-6 days per week.

While there is no formal nanny training required to actually become a nanny. In addition to experience, some nannies will have a formal education in child development or related fields.

Governess
The role of a governess is to oversee the education of the children.
A governess is highly educated, with a minimum of 4 years professional childcare or teaching and tutor experience. There is also a focus on etiquette, manners and culture. In general most governesses work 10 hours per day, 5 days per week. A governesses often liaise with a child's schoolteachers to ensure their home education complements that which they receive at school. Parents who hire a governess alongside a nanny do this because the nanny undertakes the general nursery duties, whilst the governess oversees the child's education.
A governess is often asked to teach children a second language (English, French, Spanish, German etc)