There are several nannies who are searching for new jobs. It can be confusing after applying to the fifth or sixth agency. You can begin to forget who is who and who knows what. Then add in the various families calling you for interviews. You need to make sure you know which agency referred that family to you.
When I was job hunting back in 2003, I had a notebook and on each page I noted at the top which agency referred that certain family. I recently ran across our NannyFusion member, Be The Best Nanny Newsletter’s post on 10 Ways to Find the Perfect Nanny Agency. In this post they share with readers an Agency Checklist. The Checklist is a really nice format that you can write down contact information on the agencies you have applied to and when you have contacted them. It also has space for family information. Make sure you check it out.
Nannies looking for jobs want to work with nanny placement agencies that listen to their job requirements and are honest about whether they have any families that meet the nanny candidate’s specific job criteria. Rather than blindly signing up and completing every agency application, in-home child care providers should interview agencies first. When considering working nanny agencies prospective nannies should ask the following questions of each agency.
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introduction by Alice Shaffer
Regarding Nannies Development Team Member