Retrospective of Nanny!

International Nannies is back with you on the different trades related to the world of early childhood.
First, a small reminder: a maternity nurse is a qualified and qualified person who may be able to fully support an infant up to about 6 months. She is also present to provide families with advice on hygiene, health, food, etc.

There are two types of requests:
– Temporary placement (between 1 and 3 months maximum): Very experienced and qualified, the childcare worker works 24 hours a day, 6 days a week, with a break of 2 hours per day. The demands are quite rare, it is a very sharp craft that requires a lot of investment with families that have young children. The salary for this type of application is daily.
– Placement only in the long term: the nursery worker works for several months / years for the same family, 5 to 5 days and a half days per week without night care. Long-term positions are based on net monthly salaries which may vary according to certain criteria (travel, number of children, daily hours, experience, etc.)

All candidates must have at least 5 years of experience and have a diploma specific to the world of childhood (child care assistant, early childhood CAP, early childhood educator, pediatric nurse …) or the equivalent in Great Britain.

Our main objective is to be constantly listening to the needs and requests of the families in order to find the rare gem, that is to say the ideal person to fulfill their criteria.