Nanny Staffing Service
From the positive pregnancy test to the first day of pre-K, NannyQ has a nanny for you.
- 2 hr2 hours
- 375 US dollars$375
- Location 1
Nanny Our Nanny placement process starts with a family consultation. Where will we come to Your home or have a Zoom call to discuss Your family's needs and desires; we review Gig’s Nanny Service policy and placement process and discuss standards for hiring a nanny. A nonrefundable consultant fee is due at the beginning of the initial visit to get the process started. The reason for the family consultation is to allow us to get to know you and the family and to make the best match possible! We review the nanny's duties and pay rate during the consultation visit. We answer all questions the family may have about our service and fees. We also provide interview questions when it's time to interview candidates. We talk with families about how to negotiate rates and discuss what duties the family would like the Nanny to accomplish daily. And we talk about maintaining a positive work relationship with your nanny. The nanny placement process can take up to 6 weeks on average. Payment has been made after The initial family consultation visit and the placement. We will begin our search to find the best candidate for the job. By week 4, Gig’s will start sending You Nanny applications and Resumes to review. The nannies we send You are carefully selected as prospects that we feel would be best for your family. For each position, we typically screen around 10-20 applicants, and our goal is to dispatch to you ONLY the qualified nannies whom we at Gig’s believe to be the best match For your family. Gig’s primary goal is to take the pressure off the families and make this process as smooth as possible. Gig understood this was a new adventure for many families. Having someone caring for your child/ren who isn't acquainted with your daily routine takes some time to adapt. And we at Gig’s are here every step of the placement process. Before you meet any nannies, we will have screened them by phone, had a face-to-face interview if needed, called and emailed childcare-related references, conducted a social media/online screening, and verified CPR/First Aid and Certification. Once you find a nanny you’d like to move forward with; a full background check Will be done. The background check includes Driving history, county, federal criminal report, social security verification, and sexual offenders registry check. If everything comes back clear on the background check, It's time to start the interviewing Process for the candidates.