There are many resources available to help you find a nanny position. You can reach out to a specific nanny agency, utilize online communities, search local newspapers, or simply spread awareness of your nannying skills by word of mouth.
- List your qualifications
Before you begin your job search, it is important to list your nanny qualifications. This becomes helpful when you find jobs of interest, as you can compare your qualifications with those required for the job. You can be better prepared if you are asked to interview.
- Search for nanny positions
Look for available jobs from families actively looking for a nanny. You can go directly to a nanny agency and find information on families who have placed a nanny search with them. Check your local newspapers and bulletin boards for nanny job advertisements. Use the Internet to find nanny websites and communities where families have posted jobs. You many also search out nanny positions through direct communication with people involved directly or indirectly with children.
- Create your own advertisement
Develop an advertisement that you can place in newspapers and on bulletin boards. Put your advertisement on job network websites, especially those geared towards nanny positions. Contact a nanny agency and inform them that you are on the hunt for a nanny job. Spread the word that you are looking for a nanny position.