Current Jobs

This page is updated regularly.

 

Temporary Positions

Ref AJK – Hitchin

A part time nanny is required for a lovely family in Hitchin with two children aged 4 and 7. This is a maternity cover position but is highly likely to turn permanent. The role is to start in September.

The required days are Tuesdays and Thursdays, 12-8pm (with light household tasks between 12 and 3pm), or Tuesdays 12-8 and Thursdays 3-11pm, with babysitting instead of housekeeping on the Thursday.

This is a very flexible role, and can be term time only, continue as 16 hours per week in the school holidays, or can offer longer days for the 2 days when the children are not in school.

Ofsted registration is preferred but not essential. A driver is required.

The salary is around £12gph and the family are very happy to accept a nanny who has her own child accompanying her.

 

Ref ADS – St Albans

A family in St Albans require a nanny for 6-9 months to cover their current nanny’s maternity leave, starting in September. The hours required are Monday to Thursday 7-10am and 3.15-6.15pm (a total of 24 hours per week)

Can offer 3 extra hours per week housekeeping if wanted (NOT cleaning) to bring total to 27 hours per week. In school holidays, you are guaranteed your normal 24/27 hours, but they could offer some extra hours if wanted.

The role is nanny duties only (child related chores, eg tidying, washing) unless you want the 3 hours housekeeping, to include family laundry, cooking, vacuuming (there is time 9-10am daily for nanny duties)

The salary offered is £11-13gph depending on your level of experience and qualification. A driver is required with your own car for work use (mileage paid for your work duties, eg school run)

There are two boys aged 5 and 8. The family are happy to consider a Nanny bringing her own child of 2 years or above.

 

Permanent Positions

Weekend Roles

Ref PHO2 – Aylesbury

A family in Aylesbury require a weekend nanny, Saturdays and Sundays 8am-7pm (flexible, can be shorter hours if preferred) You would have 1 weekend off per month. You are welcome to stay over the Saturday, if preferred.

The role is shared care with mum, and there are 3 children aged 4 (twins) and 6.

The role is to start by September, when their current nanny is leaving. It is a long term position, paying around £10ph. A driver is required, the family have a dog and horses.

This role comes with the opportunity to holiday with the family, and a love of animals is a must.

(This role is also available as a 5 day, live in, nanny housekeeper role – below)

 

Ref SRC – Rickmansworth

A family in Rickmansworth require a nanny on Fridays 3-10pm, and Sundays 12-8pm (year round). They have three children aged 7, 8 and 8. The role involves picking them up from school, playing, arts and crafts, trips to the park, homework, tea, bath and bed.

You must be comfortable with 3 children close in age, and be happy with a loud and crazy house! The parents will be home and out – you are in sole charge.

This is to start when the right person is able, is a long term role and is paying £13-15 per hour. Ofsted registration is not required. A driver is preferred but the school is walkable if required. They do not have any pets, the role is childcare only, and some experience of sensory processing disorder is desirable but not essential.

This position will not suit a NWOC.

 

5 day positions

Ref FMB – Harpenden

A family in Harpenden require an experienced nanny Monday to Friday 8-6. Mum is returning to work after maternity leave, prior to this they hired a nanny.

There are three boys – twins of 5 and a baby of 8 months at the start of position in August/September. This is a long term role.

The role is sole charge, although mum works from home average of 1 day per week. They do not have any pets, and the role involves nanny duties only.

They are paying in the region of £11-13gph (up to £33.5k per annum), Ofsted registration is not required, a driver is required – they can provide a work car.

This position will not suit a NWOC.

 

Ref PHO2 – Aylesbury

Live in or Live out

This is a 5 day per week role, can be any 3 weekdays, plus Saturday and Sunday 8am-7pm (flexible, can be shorter hours) with 1 weekend off per month (still work the 3 weekdays)

The 3 week days include cleaning and housekeeping whilst the children are in school. The weekends are childcare focused.

The role is shared care with mum, for twins of 4 and a boy of 6. The position starts in  August/September, and is a long term role.

The salary if live in is £100 per day, live out is around £10ph. A driver is required, and a love of animals – the family have a dog and horses.

This role comes with the opportunity to holiday with the family.

(This role is also available as a weekend only role – above)

 

Ref TDL – Harpenden

A family in Harpenden require a permanent nanny/housekeeper (light chores) Monday to Friday from 7.15am-7pm. The family has two girls of 8 and 10 years.

During term time, you are to perform nanny duties and light household chores (not cleaning) whilst the girls are in school, then you would have some free time (roughly 2-3 hours per day) where you can study, go to the gym, or go home. In school holidays, you would work full days caring for the girls.

The role is ideally to start in September but can be flexible for the right person.

The salary is around £24-26k per annum, Ofsted registration is not required, a driver is required with her own car for work use (mileage paid for work journeys) The family have no pets,  this role will not suit a NWOC

 

4 day positions

None at present

 

3 day positions

None at present

 

2 day positions

Ref SGM – Harpenden

Term time only

A family in Harpenden require a nanny Wednesdays (4.45-11pm) and Thursdays (3.15-8.30pm) for their 3 girls aged 5, 8 and 9. They can offer an extra 2 hours each day for nanny duties if wanted (Wed 2.45-11pm and Thurs 1.15-8.30pm, to total 14.5 hours). The role is term time only.

This is a permanent position is to start in September, paying £12 gph. You would rarely have all 3 girls at once – you would collect 1/2 girls from school whilst mum took the other to clubs, then went on to work herself (so the role is sole charge).

They do not require Ofsted registration. A driver is a must, ideally with own car for work use. The family have two pet rabbits, that live outside.

They are happy to accept a NWOC if you don’t mind travelling to and from clubs! They can offer regular babysitting if wanted, but not required.

 

Ref SRC – Rickmansworth

A family in Rickmansworth require a nanny on Fridays and Sundays 12-8pm (year round). They have three children aged 7, 8 and 8. The role involves picking up from school, playing, arts and crafts, trip to park, homework, tea, bath and bed.

You must be comfortable with 3 children close in age, and be happy with a loud and crazy house! The parents will be home and out – you are in sole charge.

This is to start when the right person is able, is a long term role and is paying £13-15 per hour. Ofsted registration is not required. A driver is preferred but the school is walkable if required. They do not have any pets, the role is childcare only, and some experience of sensory processing disorder is desirable but not essential.

This position will not suit a NWOC.

 

Ref EJL – Harpenden

A family in Harpenden require a nanny for 2 days per week – Tuesday is fixed but the other day is flexible (not Wednesday). They can be flexible on the hours – 9-10 hours per day, eg 8.30-6.30.

The family have had a nanny for the past year, who’s other role is becoming full time. Mum does not work but uses the time to get things done – the nanny is in sole charge and welcome to attend groups etc.

There are three children – a boy of 3.5 (in nursery each morning) and b/g twins of 15 months. The salary is between £10-11gph, this is a long term position to start in September/October.

Twin experience is helpful, or experience juggling multiple young children. Ofsted registration is not required, you must be a driver with own car for work use.

The family have a dog and two cats, no care is required by the nanny. They offer regular babysitting, every couple of weeks, and would love the nanny to work a couple of weekends per year so the parents can go away.

Nanny duties only, this role will not suit a NWOC.

 

Ref CJC – Preston (SG4)

A family in Preston need a nanny Thursdays and Fridays 9.30-2.30 (same hours year round). They can also offer a Monday or Tuesday full day (9-6) if wanted, but not required.

They have three girls aged 2, 5 and 8 – the eldest two would be in school so care of youngest only. Mum works from home.

The role is to start in September, and is long term. The salary is £10-12gph, Ofsted registration is helpful, and a driver is required with own car for work use.

The family may consider a NWOC for the Thursday and Friday.

 

Ref AMD – Sandridge (AL4) – Nanny/Housekeeper

A family in Sandridge require a nanny housekeeper any two days per week (ideally not Fridays) 10am-6pm (can be just after school if wanted). In school holidays, they can offer longer days, e.g. 8-6pm.

They have one son of 5 years. During school hours, you would clean, iron and run errands.

The position is to start in September, and is a long term role. You do not need Ofsted registration, and there is no driving involved if you can get to Sandridge. The pay is £10-11gph (they can offer after school care only at £12-13gph if wanted).

The family have a cat, and this role is not suitable for a nanny with their own child.

 

Ref KDG – Hitchin

A lovely flexible role in Hitchin for 2 days per week. They can offer any 2 days, 12-6.30pm.

The family have two boys aged 1 and 3. Mum works from home but is glued to her desk – you would be in sole care. The salary is around £11-12gph.

Ofsted registration is helpful but not required. You must be a driver with your own car for work use (mileage paid for work journeys).

The position is permanent, to start in September. They have no pets and the role is childcare only. This role will not suit a NWOC. They can offer additional babysitting, if wanted.

 

1 day positions

None at present

 

 Part day positions

Ref SJR – Kinsbourne Green (AL5)

A family near Harpenden require a before and after school nanny. They require 3 mornings (7-9am) and 3 or 4 afternoons (2.30-6.30) per week. They can offer an additional 6 hours for nanny duties (kids washing, cooking, change their beds) and if wanted, another 5 hours to do cleaning – total up to 28 hours or 33 hours with cleaning.

They can offer the same amount of hours year round, and can offer regular overtime when parents work late. They have two girls aged 5 and 7, in private school (33 weeks per year). Both parents work from home sometimes.

The position is to start in September or October, is long term and is paying £12-14 gross per hour (£20-24k)

Ofsted registration is NOT required, a driver is needed with own car for work use. They have no pets

 

Ref SHS – Harpenden

A lovely family known to Rosebud Nanny Agency are looking for a nanny/housekeeper. They have two children, a girl of 10 and a boy of 13, and a dog.

The hours required are 1.30pm to 7.30pm, Monday to Friday (8.15am to 7.30pm during school holidays – 9 weeks per year), and they can offer an extra 4 hours per week cleaning, if wanted (not a requirement).

The position is flexible on start date, but is a permanent position. The salary is £18-20k per annum (£20-22k if also doing cleaning)

Ofsted registration is a must for this role, and you need to be a driver with a car for work use. From 1.30-3pm, there is time for light house help (family laundry, tidying, cooking tea).

This position is not suited to a NWOC.

 

Ref MEP – Brickett Wood, St Albans

A before and after school nanny is required Monday to Friday 7.30-9am and 3-6pm.  They can offer full time in private school holidays (8-6pm daily), or if the nanny prefers term time only or part time in holidays, they are happy to use clubs – the family are very flexible.

You would care for one boy of 4 years. The family live with the boy’s grandparents so you must be comfortable with them being around.

The role it to start in August or September and you must be happy to commit long term. The salary is around £11-13gph, Ofsted registration is helpful but not essential, a duty car is provided (a driver is a must as school is not local).

They do not have pets but may get a dog, if the nanny is happy with this. They are happy to consider a NWOC of similar age, if logistics of the school pick up work.

 

Ref ADS – St Albans

A family in St Albans require a nanny for 6-9 months to cover their current nanny’s maternity leave, starting in September. The hours required are Monday to Thursday 7-10am and 3.15-6.15pm (a total of 24 hours per week)

Can offer 3 extra hours per week housekeeping if wanted (NOT cleaning) to bring total to 27 hours per week. In school holidays, you are guaranteed your normal 24/27 hours, but they could offer some extra hours if wanted.

The role is nanny duties only (child related chores, eg tidying, washing) unless you want the 3 hours housekeeping, to include family laundry, cooking, vacuuming (there is time 9-10am daily for nanny duties)

The salary offered is £11-13gph depending on your level of experience and qualification. A driver is required with your own car for work use (mileage paid for your work duties, eg school run)

There are two boys aged 5 and 8. The family are happy to consider a Nanny bringing her own child of 2 years or above.

 

Ref EAK – Stevenage

A family in Stevenage require a nanny Monday to Friday. In term time, your hours would be 7.30-9am and 3-7pm and in private school holidays (19 weeks per year) there would be no break in the day, so 7.30-7 Mon-Fri.

You would care for two children aged 5 and 8. The role is to start ASAP, and is long term. Salary is around £1700-£1900 gross per month (same every month)

The family would require you to be Ofsted registered (or willing to apply) they need a driver with her own car for work use, and will consider a nanny bringing her own child.

 

Ref JHB – Hertford

A family in Hertford require a term time only nanny, to do the school drop off only. Hours can be 8-9am or if preferred, they can offer 2 hours each morning. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday for state school terms.

The family has two boys aged 3 and 7. The role is to start in September, and is ideally long term. The role pays £11-12ph.

You must be a driver, and they are happy to accept a NWOC.

 

Ref AJM – Hertford

Term time only

A lovely family in Hertford require a term time only, after school nanny, Monday to Friday. They can offer a 2 or 3pm start, until 7pm. The 2pm start gives you time to come and do nanny duties before pick up. If you start at 3pm, the role is  childcare only.

They have two boys aged 5 and 8. The role is permanent, to start in September.  It is a sole charge role, paying around £11-13gph.

Ofsted registration is required, the family is happy to pay all associated costs (registration, first aid, DBS and insurance). You must be a driver with your own car for work use, and they are happy to consider a NWOC

 

Ref ENM – Letchworth

A family in Letchworth require an after school nanny, Monday and Tuesday only 3-6pm. They can offer 7.30-9am on those days if wanted, but not required.

The role can be term time only or they could offer some hours (eg 1 full day per week) in school holidays, if wanted. They have one girl of 7 years.

The position is to start in September, and is a long term role paying £12-13ph.

Ofsted registration is preferred, a driver is required with your own car for work use. They have a cat. The position is childcare only, and will not suit a NWOC.

 

Nanny/housekeeper positions

Ref AMD – Sandridge (AL4)

A family in Sandridge require a nanny housekeeper any two days per week (ideally not Fridays) 10am-6pm (cam be after school only if preferred). In school holidays, they can offer longer days, e.g. 8-6pm.

They have one son of 5 years. During school hours, you would clean, iron and run errands.

The position is to start in September, and is a long term role. You do not need Ofsted registration, and there is no driving involved if you can get to Sandridge. The pay is £10-11gph (they can offer after school care only at £12-13gph if wanted).

The family have a cat, and this role is not suitable for a nanny with their own child.