White House Nannies is continually updating its staffing procedures as it relates to COVID-19 to help ensure the health and safety of the families, children, and caregivers we work with. Please refer to the most up to date sick policy information here: https://www.whitehousenannies.com/for-families/sick-care-policy/
The perfect nanny for your family DOES exist, but she isn’t the same for everyone. Great nannies have a variety of backgrounds and experiences. What all great nannies have in common is a love of children, good judgement, patience, flexibility, and a sincere desire to foster the growth and development of children.
When looking for a nanny think about your needs, not just in terms of hours and responsibilities, but also what kind of personality would work best with your child and your parenting style.
Annual gross income for full-time nannies depends on a variety of factors including hours needed, the number of children and their ages, the experience and or education level of the nanny. In general, full-time nannies in the Washington, DC area make between $25-$30/hour. Household Managers/Family assistants in the area tend to make between $30-$35/hour.
Yes! Your initial placement fee also enrolls you in our Temporary & Emergency Service for one year. Prevailing daily referral fees will apply. Please note that the prevailing sick policy will also apply. Please refer to the most up-to-date sick policy here.
After an initial telephone interview to ascertain that their legal status, language skills, and childcare experience meet our exacting standards, candidates must complete the following steps in the screening process:
Although our babysitters can care for children with mild illnesses, it is important to remember that nannies are NOT medical professionals. Our babysitters can only administer medicine with signed authorization and explicit instructions from the parent(s). Additionally, please refer to the most up-to-date sick policy here.