Adventure Nannies

  • New Temp and Babysitting Opportunities in NYC with Sitter Partnership!

    Job Locations US-CO
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Temp/ Travel
  • Overview

    We're excited to announce a new partnership between Adventure Nannies and Sitter.  We would like to invite any nannies who have previously filled out our Candidate Profile and successfully passed a screening call to be part of this exciting new relationship. If you decide to participate, you will be available to both our clients and other families in New York City to be booked for short-term nannying and babysitting positions. We have been fans of Sitter for quite some time, and are delighted that they've chosen to work with us exclusively on their NYC roll-out.

    In a nutshell, here is how the program will work if you choose to participate:

    • You’ll receive booking requests from families in NYC and can accept or decline the booking. You'll be notified of families close to your home that match the requirements you've set out for the position.
    • During the sit, get directions to the location and view the children’s important information (emergency contacts, allergies, etc.) directly in the app.
    • At the end of the sit, you'll be able to check the final booking time to ensure you get paid the correct amount.
    • You’ll be paid directly by the clients at an hourly rate of $20/hr + $1/hr per additional child + optional tips. The parent will be automatically charged within 24 hours. Your money will get deposited directly into your bank account. 

    If you are interested in this opportunity, live in or near NYC, and have already applied through Adventure Nannies and filled out our candidate profile in the past, please apply below and you will receive an email with instructions on how to get started. Due to the extensive time and costs associated with our vetting process, at this time we are only considering candidates who have already been partially or completely vetted.

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