Summer Nanny Jobs

Written by Amy Hall
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Summer nanny jobs are quite common for families who have school-aged children and need full-time child care during the summer hiatus. Some families even have second homes that they travel to frequently in the summer, and they want a nanny to watch the children while they are there. If you need to find a nanny for the summer months, you may need some assistance in making this happen.

The good news is that there are probably quite a few college students who are looking for summer employment, so you should be able to find some good candidates to fill your position. On the flip side, candidates who want full-time employment may not be interested in just summer nanny jobs, but rather year-round jobs. Fortunately, there are some options in terms of nanny services that may be able to help you find a working solution.

Summer Nanny Jobs on the Web

If you are looking for summer nanny jobs, all you have to do is post your resume and personal profile with an online company that brings nannies and families together. It should not cost you any money to register, but it will expose your resume to hundreds of families looking for full-time child care. It's a good idea to know in advance if you are willing to travel to another state for such a position, because families who respond to your resume may not live in your area.

If you are looking to hire a nanny for a summer position, you can also register with an online company that posts thousands of resumes for you to browse through at your leisure. This will cost you some money, usually a few hundred dollars for a set amount of time, which allows you to access their database of registered nanny applicants. It will be entirely up to you to make contact with the nannies that are of interest to you, as well as set up interviews and meetings.


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