Nanny Placement Process

Step One: When you join Nannies In Your Neighborhood, you become family. That’s why it’s so important to us to get to know YOU! You are so much more than just a candidate. You bring a unique combination of motivation, enthusiasm and strengths that will complement the right family. We want to see you thrive in your placement, which is why we offer on-going support to you through the process and beyond. Below are the steps to start your application process. 

  • Online Application 
  • Phone Interview
  • Reference Verification 

Step Two: We know you will “WOW” us even further as we continue to process your application. Our screening process is rigorous, because you deserve to be represented by the best in the industry. Once we are sure that you will be a great representative of Nannies In Your Neighborhood, we continue the exciting process of helping you land your dream job! 

We believe that by having a firm understanding of who you are allows us to coordinate the absolute best possible option for you in regards to hours, location, salary, and family dynamic.

  • Background Screening & Driving Record & Proof of Auto Insurance
  • In Person Interview 
  • Family Interviews 
  • Working Trial Period 

Step Three: Time to celebrate! You have been matched with the perfect family who complements your natural strengths and abilities as a nanny. We know you will make such an impact in their lives and they are so lucky to have you! Don’t worry, we’ve still got your back!

  • Work agreement between family & nanny
  • Ongoing Support 

Requirements for Representation 

*Please be sure you meet all our requirements for representation before you apply* 

  • Legal US citizen 
  • At least 18 years of age
  • High School Diploma 
  • Have a valid US Driver’s License with a clean driving record
  • Must own a full insured dependable vehicle 
  • Have at least 2 years of previous professional nanny/teaching /childcare experience that is non-family
  • An individual whose true passion is working with children and families