Your Children in Capable Hands
Along with all Nanny duties , a Bilingual Nanny brings a new language for the baby to be exposed to.
In the Early years, a child can learn a new language faster than an adult.
The Bilingual Nanny will teach the language but also share the culture that comes with it.
Bilingual Nanny's duties and Salary
The schedule of a Bilingual Nanny can vary depending on the family's needs and are to be determined at the beginning of employment.
The Bilingual Nanny can be hired part-time or full-time, able to babysit occasionaly and follow the Family on holidays as long as it is agreed and discussed from the start.
Besides the usual child related duties, a bilingual nanny exposes the child to a second or third language to the child in his home environment.
The duties can vary depending on the Family.
Child related duties includes:
keeps the child active and social (organizing/attending playdates and parties). going out to the park for a walk or to the library or museums.
child's laundry and belongings
keeps the bedroom and playroom area safe,clean, tidy and organized.
keeps the child entertained and promotes his development through play.
Nannies are not expected to do any heavy housework, family cooking or any other chores not related to the children.
Bilingual Nanny 's Salary:
The salary depends on whether the Nanny is a live-in or a live-out, a part-time or a full-time.
It also depends on the age and experience.
Live-in Bilingual nanny: from 550euros onwards with 1 day off per week
Live-out nanny: from 10 to 15 euros per hour, or 500 euros to 650euros a week.
Bilingual Nannies has at least 3 years of experiences, certificates and/or diploma. Our Agency has checked her informations and credentials.
It is important to discuss and agree about salaries, holidays entitlement and schedule at the interview or as least before the first day of employment.