Current Jobs

This page is updated regularly.

 

Temporary Positions

Ref KAW – Fairfield Park (near Hitchin, SG5)

A lovely family known to the agency (we placed the current nanny) requires 6 weeks cover whilst the nanny has an operation.  From end of May until end June/mid July.

The hours are averaged at 40 per week (will pay for 40 per week each week) this is the max you would work as both parents work shifts – you will know your hours 4 weeks in advance but will be days/nights/weekends.

They have two boys aged 20 months and 6 years.

Salary £11gph / £440 gross per week. Wont suit NWOC due to shifts but may accept NWOC part time, if you can cover when the hours are unsuitable (eg early starts/overnights)

 

Permanent Positions

Weekend roles

Ref PNH – Aylesbury

Wednesday to Sunday nanny required in Aylesbury. You would take 1 weekend off per month but the Wed-Fri would be weekly.

The hours are 8am-7pm and they have three children – twins of 4 and a 6 year old. During school hours, they do not ask for any cleaning – mostly washing, tidying, organising stuff for school, cooking for the kids and running errands.  Mum is mostly around so there is a mix of sole and shared care. They have had a nanny for the last 4 years and are a lovely family.

The family have a dog and horses, so you must like animals. They have a lovely big garden and a heated pool so its a great place to play with the kids! Holidays with the family will be required. The salary is competitive and the role will not suit a NWOC.

 

Ref RSL – Cuffley (you can stay on Fri+Sat night if you wish, or go home)

A family in Cuffley require a nanny for Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The Friday hours would be 7am-7pm, and weekend hours 9am-6/7pm.

They have three children aged 2, 3 and 6. On Fridays, they are all in education 9-3 when you would perform typical nanny duties (kids laundry, tidying – nothing heavy) with some free time, and on the weekends, you would be an extra paid of hands and work as a team with the parents. They have hired a nanny for the last 4.5 years.

The role is to start ASAP, and is permanent. They are paying £12-15gph and you would get 6 weeks holiday per year.

They don’t require an Ofsted registered nanny, you must be a driver (automatic car provided for work use). They have no pets. They have busy weekends so you would have 1/2 children whilst the parents had the other – a ‘divide and conquer’ approach! Taking to gymnastics, swimming, or playing at home.

This role will suit a fun, energetic nanny who is happy to work as a team with the parents.

 

5 day positions

Ref MSS5 – Harpenden

This position is also available as a 4 full day option (8am-7pm) – both options total 44 hours per week.

Lovely family known to the agency require a nanny, Monday to Friday, 3 full days 8am-7pm and 2 short days 8am-1.30pm.

They have two boys aged 3 years and 18 months at start. The rate is £11-12gph.

The role is to start end of August and is permanent. The role is a 50/50 mix of sole and shared care (they have hired a nanny for the last 1.5 years as shared care and mum is lovely! The nanny is leaving to return to university.) The eldest will be in nursery half days.

They do not require an Ofsted registered nanny, but you must be a driver with a car for work use. They have no pets and the role includes typical nanny duties.

This role will not suit a NWOC.

 

Ref LMF – St Albans

A lovely job in St Albans. Family require a nanny Monday to Friday 7.30am-6.15 (Fridays you would finish at 5pm) for two children – a boy of 1 and a girl of 3. The eldest will be in school from September, so you will mostly care for the toddler.

This is a sole charge position, paying between £27-32.5k per annum (£530-630pw). You would also get 5 weeks annual leave, plus bank holidays.

The position can start any time from now until September, and is permanent.

You will be Ofsted registered (or willing to apply), a driver (although there is lots in walking distance) and they have no pets. The role includes typical nanny duties, as well as taking the youngest to classes, groups and playdates.

This job is looking for someone active and outdoorsy, and wont suit a NWOC.

 

Ref PNH – Aylesbury

Wednesday to Sunday nanny required in Aylesbury. You would take 1 weekend off per month but the Wed-Fri would be weekly.

The hours are 8am-7pm and they have three children – twins of 4 and a 6 year old. During school hours, they do not ask for any cleaning – mostly washing, tidying, organising stuff for school, cooking for the kids and running errands.  Mum is mostly around so there is a mix of sole and shared care. They have had a nanny for the last 4 years and are a lovely family.

The family have a dog and horses, so you must like animals. They have a lovely big garden and a heated pool so its a great place to play with the kids! Holidays with the family will be required. The salary is competitive and the role will not suit a NWOC.

 

4 day positions

Ref MSS4 – Harpenden

This position is also available as a 5 day option (3 days 8-7pm / 2 days 8-1.30pm) – both options total 44 hours per week.

Lovely family known to the agency require a nanny for 4 days per week, 8am-7pm – flexible on the day off (not Mon or Wed).

They have two boys aged 3 years and 18 months at start. The rate is £11-12gph.

The role is to start end of August and is permanent. The role is a 50/50 mix of sole and shared care (they have hired a nanny for the last 1.5 years as shared care and mum is lovely! The nanny is leaving to return to university.) The eldest will be in nursery half days.

They do not require an Ofsted registered nanny, but you must be a driver with a car for work use. They have no pets and the role includes typical nanny duties.

This role will not suit a NWOC.

 

Ref APT – Welwyn village – POSITION FILLED

A truly lovely role in Welwyn village for one baby boy, aged 9 months at the start. The job is Tuesday to Friday, two days 7-7 and two days 8-6 (44 total).

This position is to start mid July, and is permanent. The salary is £10-12gph and the job is sole charge.

You must be Ofsted registered (or willing) and a driver is preferred but not essential. The family are happy to consider a NWOC.

 

Ref MCW – Flamstead

A family in Flamstead are looking for a full time nanny for two boys aged 12 months and 2.5 at start. The hours are Monday to Thursday 6.45am-6.45pm. This is a permanent job to start ASAP.

The job is sole charge, Ofsted registration is required and you must be a driver with a car for work use. You will ideally have a level 3 qualification (less considered if you have more experience) and a few years of childcare experience. The salary is around £28-30k.

The role includes nanny duties, and you are encouraged to attend local groups and classes for the boys. They have passes to the zoo and want an enthusiastic and fun nanny. The role will not suit NWOC.

 

3 day positions

Ref LHC -Harpenden

A family in Harpenden require a nanny for 3 days per week (fixed) – Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 7am-7pm (you would often finish before 7pm).

They have 3 boys aged 6, 3 and 10 months. The eldest is in full time school and from September, the middle boy will be in 5 afternoons (you would have the youngest full time).

The family employ a nanny at present (not returning from maternity) and are paying £11-12gph. The job is sole charge and long term, to start the last week of June.

You must be Ofsted registered (or willing to apply) and be a driver with a car for work use. They have no pets, the role involves light nanny duties and you’re welcome to do groups, classes, playdates and days out – you would be very much left to plan your week as you wish!

This position will not suit a NWOC.

 

Ref FAM – Harpenden

A lovely family known to the agency require a nanny Tuesday to Thursday 8am-6pm. Their current nanny (leaving after two years) was placed through Rosebud.

They have two girls aged 3 and 5 years. The role is to start beginning of July and is permanent (youngest not in school until Sept 2019). During the mornings, light housekeeping (no cleaning) and from midday you have the youngest.

This is a sole charge role, although mum works from home on occasion. The salary is £10-12gph, you will be Ofsted registered (or willing) and a driver with own car for work use.

They have no pets, and are happy to accept a NWOC.

 

Ref CMP – Harpenden

A family in Southdown require a nanny for 3 days per week, ideally Monday, Tuesday and Thursday (Thurs is fixed but they can switch another for Wed if needed). The hours are 12-6pm year round.

They have two children aged 2 and 5. The position is to start by September and is long term. They are paying around £11-13gph.

Ofsted registration is helpful but not essential. They do not require a driver, they have two cats. The role involves nanny duties only and will happily accept a NWOC.

 

2 day positions

Ref JDG – Hitchin

A family in Hitchin require a nanny for two days per week, fixed as Mondays and Fridays. Mondays 7.30-7pm and Fridays 7.30-6pm.

They have two girls aged 10 months and 5 years, the eldest is in school so you mostly have the baby.

This is a sole charge role to start any time from now until September (Sooner is preferred). The position is permanent and paying around £12gph.

Ofsted registration is required (or you must be willing to apply) and you must be a driver. They can offer a duty car if needed.

The role involves typical nanny duties and fun activities eg hart beeps, messy play, toddler groups.

They are happy to consider a NWOC of a similar age/a little older than the youngest (12-18 months)

 

Ref BAW – Harpenden

A lovely family known to the agency (we placed current nanny who’s been with them 2.5 years) require a part time nanny.

They require Thursdays 7am-7pm, and 7am-10am on EITHER a Monday, Tuesday or a weekend day.

They have twin boys of just 3 years. Mum is around (she’s lovely!) but uses the time to get jobs done!

To start by September, long term (at least 1 year). No pets, wont suit NWOC.

 

Ref RJB – Ashwell (SG7)

A family in the lovely village of Ashwell are looking for a nanny. They have hired long term nannies previously.

The days are Tuesday and Wednesday 7.30-6pm. They can also offer ad hoc Thursdays if wanted (roughly one per month) but this is not essential if you have another job.

They have three children – two girls of 10 and 8, and a boy of 2.5. The youngest will attend preschool for mornings from September, this will not affect your hours (the time will be used for nanny duties only).

The position is to start ASAP and is permanent. You must be a driver with a car for work use. They have no pets, the role is Nanny duties only, and is sole charge.

The salary is £11-12gph. You do not need to be Ofsted registered and this role will not suit a NWOC.

 

Ref BAK – Welwyn Garden City – POSITION FILLED

A family in WGC are looking for a nanny Tuesdays and Wednesdays (fixed). The hours are 7.15-6.15 Tuesday, and 9-6.15 Wednesday.

They have two children, aged 12m and 3 at start of the role. The eldest attends nursery part time. The job is permanent, to start end of June.

This is a sole charge role paying £10-13gph. You will be Ofsted registered (or willing to apply) and a driver with your own car for work use.

The role involves typical nanny duties and wont suit a NWOC.

 

Ref ASW – Hertford

A lovely family in Hertford require a nanny for 2 days per week – Wednesday and Thursday (fixed) 7am-7pm. They have three boys aged 1, 3 and 8 (middle boy in full time school from Sept).

This is to start by October and is permanent. If you start before October, the family can be really flexible on their requirements and vary the days if preferred.

The role requires a driver (duty car provided) and is sole charge. The salary is £12-13gph.

You’re welcome to source groups and classes with the youngest. Typical nanny duties. Wont suit NWOC.

 

Ref HCS – Hatfield

A nanny is needed 2 days per week (Monday + Wednesday, fixed) 7.30am-7.30pm for three young children – twins of nearly 3 and a 9 month old. This is a sole charge role paying £12-14gph depending on your experience.

This position is to start ASAP, and is long term. They do not require an Ofsted registered nanny, and can offer a duty car (you must be a driver).

They have no pets and the role includes typical nanny duties.

This position will not suit a NWOC.

 

1 day positions

Ref SBR – Welwyn garden city

If anyone is looking to fill their Fridays with a few hours, a lovely mum is looking for some help for a couple of hours on Fridays. £10ph.

Fridays for 2.5 hours – flexible on the hours but between 1-5pm, year round.

This is a permanent, casual job to start end of April, mum will use the time to get jobs done around the house. In time, this would expand to evening babysitting / some weekend work so parents can have some time together. 

They have one little boy of 9 months who is a happy little guy! Wont suit NWOC.

 

 Part day positions

Ref VFR – Harpenden

A family in Harpenden require a nanny for 45 hours per week (or can be 4 days, at 36 hours).

Either 4 or 5 days per week, 9 hours per day – 7-9am and 11.30-6.30pm. They can offer the same amount of hours in school holidays but in a different format (eg 4 full days).

They have two children – a girl of 6 and a boy of 2. The youngest will be in nursery during the mornings, your afternoon would start when you collect him – not a housekeeping role (although they could offer housekeeping in the mornings, instead of the gap).

The role is to start in September and is permanent. Ofsted registration is helpful, a driver is required with your own car for work use. This is a sole charge role paying £10-12gph. This position will not suit a NWOC.

 

Ref TAJ – Harpenden

A family in Harpenden require an after school nanny for two children aged 4 and 6. The hours are Monday to Thursday 1-7pm (8.30-6.30 in state school holidays). The role is mostly sole charge but mum will be around (out a lot).

They are looking for a nanny to start when the right person is found, in a permanent capacity. The salary is £12-13gph (around £15.5-17k per annum).

There is time for nanny duties before school collection – they don’t expect much above nanny duties but someone with a willingness to help out when they see something needing doing is appreciated.

Ofsted registration is helpful but not essential. They need a driver, and offer a duty car. They have a very friendly cat.

This role will suit an energetic, fun nanny without her own child to bring.

 

Nanny/housekeeper positions

Ref CAB – St Albans

A family known to the agency require a Nanny/Housekeeper for 3 days per week. The days are ideally Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday but can be flexible. Hours are 7am-7pm.

The role can start any time from now to October, and is permanent. They have two children aged 5 and 8 (youngest starting school in Sept, so if starting sooner, he would be in nursery half days).

Once both children are in school all day, the school hours will include cleaning, ironing, cooking and running errands. Wrap around and in holidays, focus is on the children.

This is a sole charge position paying £11-13gph (£1700-£2000gpm). Ofsted registration is required, they have no pets, and would love an active, outdoorsy nanny. This position will not suit a NWOC.