The Australian Nanny Industry has come a long way since I first entered it 5 years ago. I’m proud of the progression made so far but I personally think it still has a long way to go....
The Nanager journey actually started about 5 years ago. I went from an educator in a center to being a Nanny after seeing the huge need for customised, in-home care solutions for working parents.
Being a nanny is a uniquely personal experience. Not only are you providing care for someone else’s child, but you are entering a home and quite often you are becoming an integral part of a family.
In 2018 it really does take a village to raise children. Unlike the ‘olden days’, we are seeing more parents living in new locations with no family support and more women embarking on full-time careers (yay)!
For the first time in history, Australian Nannies and Au Pairs now fall under an Award rate, the Miscellaneous Award 2010. On the 25/09/18 the Fair Work Ombudsman announced the ruling that was made by the High Court in January this year.
Here at Nanager, we look to hire motivated, passionate nannies that can combine their childcare and home management skills, to provide a great experience for busy families. While we have many successful applicants, we also have those that don’t make the cut.
At Nanager, we are passionate about creating experiences for families that stretch beyond simply looking after their children. People often ask us, “How do you do it?” Obviously, we wouldn’t be doing a good job if...
I loved working in Childcare. I spent over six years in the industry, working across all age groups, as an educator and an assistant. I am a passionate educator and it was a very rewarding career.