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Nanny Jobs in Dubai With Visa Sponsorship, This amazing family with three young children is looking for Mary Poppins. They are keen to find a nanny who has some formal training ideally Norland or Chiltern who will provide structure, and can engage with the children on their level but who will be a good role model for them with a focus on manners, social etiquette, and good behavior. The family is based in Dubai but travels to Dublin usually in the Summer.

Dad travels a lot for work, but mum will be around however she is taking a course, so this is mainly the sole charge. The parents live next door and there will be a bedroom and bathroom to start within their home, but eventually, the family will look for a studio for you if you prefer. The family is warm loving and very engaged, they have a full-time housekeeper.

Mum is laid back she wants the nanny to embrace what Dubai can offer and mentioned that Tuesday nights are known as ladies’ nights and nannies love going out. During the school year, the starts are early but you will have a good break during the day to do as you please, mum wants the nanny to have downtime.

Accommodation: To start with, own bedroom and bathroom next door to the home in your parents’ home, then separate accommodation will be provided if you want

Post Name Nanny
Address Dubai, United Arab Emirates 00000
Company Name Eden Private Staff
Industry Private

About Company

Positivity, conscientiousness, and professionalism are at the heart of Eden Private Staff’s values.

Following the acquisition of the specialist domestic staffing agency ‘Bellamy of Mayfair’, Eden Private Staff now offers an additional service alongside our thriving childcare division, Eden Nannies and Maternity. We have offices worldwide, from London, Edinburgh, and Somerset, to Zurich and Hong Kong.

We pride ourselves on forging strong relationships with our clients based on trust, discretion, and integrity. We provide a host of service professionals in childcare, housekeeping, house and estate management, cooking, entertaining, gardening, security, housekeeper companions, and carers. Our high standards ensure clients return to us time again.

General Duties for Jobs with Visa Sponsorship in Dubai:

  • Mostly sole charge care of all three children
  • Help with providing structure, routines, and settings up boundaries- the parents are keen for the children to have good manners
  • Getting the children ready for school and Nursery
  • The school runs and picks up
  • Organizing the children’s toys- ordering new supplies
  • Organizing activities, play dates, and games that will help with development, especially for the youngest child
  • Keeping the children’s rooms, and play areas tidy- encouraging the older two to help
  • Packing and unpacking for travel
  • Help with the children’s meals and nutrition -the older one is going through a picky phase
  • Traveling with the family overseas
Salary AED 2500 To AED 3000 Per Month 
Schedule Type Full Time
Education Required High School Diploma 
Remote No 

Nanny Responsibilities for Nanny Jobs in Dubai with Free Visa:

  • Performing household chores such as sweeping, doing dishes, and doing children’s laundry.
  • Ensuring a clean and tidy home environment at all times.
  • Feeding pets and watering plants effectively.
  • Bottle-feeding infants and changing diapers when required.
  • Entertaining infants, keeping them warm, happy, and clean at all times, and playing with them.
  • Collecting children from school.
  • Giving children lunch and in-between snacks, encouraging them to assist with household chores, helping them with homework, and supervising them during play.
  • Transporting and collecting children to and from play dates and extramural activities.
  • Running errands as required.
  • Performing other duties as required.

Nanny Requirements for Jobs in Dubai Sponsored Visa:

  • Proficient knowledge of home safety and first aid.
  • Valid driver’s license, with a clean driving record and proficient driving skills.
  • Proficient knowledge of housekeeping and meal preparation.
  • Outstanding verbal communication skills.
  • Outstanding organizational and multitasking abilities.
  • Affinity for children and pets.
  • Good moral character and pleasant disposition.
  • Physically fit, energetic, agile, and dexterous.

Candidate requirements for Nanny Jobs in Dubai for Indian Family:

  • The family is looking for a career nanny, Formal training or a childcare qualification with similar experience is essential
  • Must have worked in private homes as a nanny
  • Excellent English skills are also required to help the children with homework
  • Ideally a confident driver but this is not a deal breaker
  • A good understanding of child development, a good role model who will encourage good manners, and provide structure – the youngest was a covid baby so will need some help socializing, etc
  • An upbeat, positive personality who will work with the parents to raise the children, the family is laid back and want the nanny to feel part of the family
  • All visas etc will be provided by the family
  • You will need to be energetic ( 3 children ) and have the ability to guide the children to be independent

What are common nanny and caregiver benefits?

According to Zippia, there are over 217,213 nannies employed in the U.S. But because they’re not required by law, employee benefits aren’t offered to many nannies outside their standard compensation.

Nanny benefits vary from state to state, even from family to family. You can design your benefits package based on your nanny’s specific needs. However, the sections below highlight five standard benefits typically offered to nannies and caregivers.

1. Health insurance

It comes as no surprise that health insurance is a popular benefit that nannies and caregivers ask for in their compensation packages. Health insurance can be tricky to offer, but you have a few different options as an employer.

Some nannies want a healthcare reimbursement method as a health benefit, like a health reimbursement arrangement (HRA). The qualified small employer HRA (QSEHRA) works well for nannies, because it’s designed for employers with only a handful of employees, or even only one.

If your nanny qualifies for premium tax credits, offering a monthly health stipend allows them to spend their allowance on healthcare items while also collecting their full tax credit.

Each of these easy-to-administer options will benefit your nanny’s health and wellness and boost your overall benefits package.

2. Guaranteed pay and overtime

Guaranteed hours protect your nanny’s income when their childcare services aren’t required, such as during a family vacation. They’re designed so that the nanny receives their normal wages for a guaranteed number of hours during the work week.

Guaranteed pay also protects the employer, as they’re not at risk of losing their nanny to another employer due to loss of income while their services aren’t being requested.

According to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), domestic employees, like nannies and caregivers, are considered non-exempt workers, therefore, they’re entitled to overtime pay. Full and part-time nannies that provide childcare for 40+ hours a week should receive 1.5 times their hourly rate for each overtime hour they work.

Live-in nannies typically don’t receive overtime pay, but it varies from state to state, so check your state’s laws if you have one.

3. Paid time off and paid holidays

While a few states require some paid time off (PTO), there’s no federally mandated time off policy, so it’s a great perk to offer your nanny. The average paid vacation amount is five to 15 days a year, but you can determine how much time to offer based on your family and your caregiver’s needs. You can also decide if the PTO will roll over annually or if it will reset each calendar year.

Paid time off doesn’t include holidays, so they should be considered a separate benefit. It’s typical for employers to offer either all federal holidays or five to seven holidays of their choice. Some states have rules about overtime on holidays, so make sure to check your state’s laws.

4. Paid sick days

Paid sick days are important for any employee. But for nannies and caregivers, because they work closely with your child and your elderly relatives, they’re essential. Nannies need to ensure they’ll still be paid if they get ill and need to take a sick day to recover. If you offer your nanny sick days, it’s good to have backup care on hand, such as daycare.

There are currently no federal laws requiring paid sick leave, but some states and cities have their own regulations on the number of days an employer must offer, how they’re accrued, and how they can be used.

5. Mileage reimbursement

If your nanny uses their personal car for your household services, like errands, or to drive your child to school, you should consider a mileage reimbursement benefit. The IRS has a standard annual mileage rate to help you calculate how much reimbursement you should allow.

If your nanny is driving your kids in your family car, there’s no reimbursement needed unless your nanny pays for gas while using it during their duties.

Federal law doesn’t require mileage reimbursement. However, some states require reimbursement for the miles your nanny drives in their own car while working, so check your state’s requirements.

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