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Australia Nanny Jobs 2022, Nanny Jobs Australia Salary, Jobs Australia, This family is used to having nannies and they recognize the essential support they provide to their household. They’re seeking a Nanager because, with their children both in school, the role will include before and after school care (including quite a bit of driving) and also household tasks while the children are in school.

The family would like help with tasks such as
– family meal preparation
– laundry
– running errands
– helping to maintain a tidy and organized home.

No deep cleaning is required unless an applicant wants to take that on, but helping to keep things liveable is essential! Specific responsibilities will be reasonable and defined based on the successful candidate’s strengths and the family’s priorities.

The ideal nanny/housekeeper for this family will be well organized, kind, thoughtful, and flexible. They will have excellent communication skills and take initiative (within reason).

Post Name Part-Time Nanny/Housekeeper
Company Name Nanager
Industry Private
Education Required High School Diploma

About Company

Nanager is a nanny agency that cares about nannies! We have created a supportive company with a positive reputation by ensuring that nannies are paid a fair and legal wage while providing outstanding service in a role they love. We welcome applicants from all walks of life.

As long as they hold the requirements for the role. Many of our Nanagers have raised their own children. If you don’t have professional nanny/childcare experience, just make sure you show us in your resume/cover letter why you could be great for the role. 

Part-Time Nanny/Housekeeper

  • Nanny
  • Household Assistant
  • Housekeeper

Role Details

  • Location: Carlton, VIC
  • Pay rate: $32-35 per hour + Super 
  • Days: 3 weekdays of your choice (not Fridays)
  • Hours: 7:45am-5:45pm
  • Children: 7-year-old and 11-year-old
  • Start date: ASAP (as soon as they find the right person).

Role Requirements

  • Valid Working With Children Check
  • Valid First Aid and CPR
  • Drivers Licence 
  • Vaccinated against Covid-19
  • Experience with similar responsibilities
  • 2 outstanding references for us to call.

About The Home

The parents are both busy professionals with demanding jobs, so they really rely on and value the support of their nanny during the week. They love spending time as a family so the weekends focus on that.

Both boys love soccer and get along as brothers do – overall well, with the occasional disagreement. The 7-year-old still often enjoys the company of adults, while the 11-year-old is more likely to involve himself with his own activities much of the time. Both are used to having a nanny care for them.

Interview Questions for Nanny:

  1. How long have you been caring for children?
  2. What age groups have you cared for?
  3. Do you prefer to care for one age group over another? Why?
  4. Do you have other work or life experience that helps you as a nanny?
  5. Why did you choose a nanny career?
  6. What do you think are the qualities needed to be a good nanny?
  7. What do you enjoy most about being a nanny?
  8. What kind of food would you cook for our children?
  9. How do you react to temper tantrums?
  10. Can you stay later if I can’t get out of work on time?
  11. Will any of your future plans affect how long you can stay at this job?
  12. Are you willing to get or have you had CPR and baby first-aid training?
  13. What qualities do you have that make you a good nanny?
  14. What household tasks are you willing to perform?
  15. How do you see a nanny’s role changing as the children get older?
  16. Are you willing to stay overnight with the children if required?
  17. How would you find ways to be helpful when traveling with children on a plane?
  18. What was your worst experience when caring for a child?
  19. How do you keep your employer updated about a child’s day?
  20. How do you view discipline?
  21. How much television do you think is appropriate for children?

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