Hi Mums and Dads, I’m a Brazilian who loves kids! I have a flexible schedule and I’d love to help you when you need. I’m very organized, punctual, creative and very thoughtful with kids. I like to read, play ...expand_more
Hello parents, I am currently studying environmental conservation at uni via correspondence and looking at finding some babysitting/nannying work as I adore children and have extensive experience looking after ...expand_more
Hi families! I have spent the past 3 years working in early childhood with children from the age of 4 months - 5 years old. During this time I have completed my diploma in early childhood education and care. ...expand_more
I am a sister to 3 younger siblings which I have babysat countless times to aid my parents. I am currently studying at UTS a Bachelor of Management, Bachelor of Creative Intelligence and Innovation and have ...expand_more
I am a first year Wollongong University student studying Primary Education. I previously attended Smiths Hill High School, completing my HSC. I currently work at before and after school care - Peak Sports and ...expand_more
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When hiring a new nanny, whether it's the first time you're doing so, or you need to replace your current nanny, you may feel stressed or nervous when making your final decision. After all, you want to make sure your children are in the best hands when you're away. To make the decision-making process easier for yourself, it's important to ask the potential nanny the right questions during the interview. Here are some tips on how to structure your interview and what questions to ask.
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