Nanny Placement Serving the Sacramento Area
Steps to Placing a Nanny
Family Application Form
Nanny Placement Options
A full-time nanny is a caregiver who works more than thirty hours a week.
A professional, full-time nanny charges $15-$20 per hour.
A part-time nanny is a caregiver who works thrity hours or under per week.
A professional, part-time nanny charges $15-$20 per hour.
Capitol Park Nannies has a database of pre-screened nannies who are available for short-term employment. This may include date night, back up care, or emergency care, These positions may be anywhere from a few hours to several months. Some temp nannies may even travel with families.
A Temp/On-Call nanny charges $15-$18 per hour.
A Newborn Care Specialist is an individual who has specialized training and extensive experience in newborn care, parental education and support. Newborn Care Specialists often provide 24-hour care for the first three months of a child’s life. The primary role is assist and educate parents after the baby is home from the hospital. Some of these roles include feeding, parental support, sleep training, help with breast feeding and more.
A newborn care specialist charges $20-$30 per hour.
A Parents’s Helper typically assists a parent in the home. This role is typically held by young persons who aspire to move into other child care positions in the future. As this is an entry level position, the pay is less than a professional nanny.
A parent’s help charges $10-$14 per hour.
Benefits of Hiring a Nanny
Having a consistent caregiver in the comfort of the children’s own home.
Trustline background check certified. (As required by California Law for all nanny agencies)
Children having that developmentally crucial one-on-one time.
Teaming with your nanny to effectively help raise your children in the way you feel appropriate.
FLEXIBILITY. Part of a nanny’s job is to be flexible as they are aware that one may get caught in traffic, etc. This relieves a lot of stress for the parents.
Stress is also relieved as the parent does not have to rush out of the home trying to get the children to another location each morning. This can be a very challenging and chaotic start to the day for everyone.
If your child is sick or there is a holiday, your nanny always has this covered.
Children cared for by a nanny catch less sicknesses. They are not exposed to the many germs that large groups of children bring into a traditional day care environment.
Light housekeeping. Taking care of your children is top priority but if the nanny has down time they can help around the house: Organizing toys, dishes, laundry, starting dinner and much more. This gives you time to focus on your children when you get home.
If you have pets, the nanny can help by being company to them too, feeding, and even exercising them.
Your children will be exposed to more variety of activities such as the zoo, Kindermusik, sports, parks with story time, art classes, etc…
Defining quality nannies in Sacramento
“A nanny is a child care specialist who is employed by a family to provide the highest level of customize child care and to give personalized attention to the family’s children. A nanny may be employed full time or part time, and the nanny may or may not live with the family. The nanny’s role is to provide support to the family by serving as a loving, nurturing and trustworthy companion to the children.
Ideally, a nanny will have specialized child care skills, a deep understanding of children and a genuine love of caring for children. A nanny offers the family convenient and consistent high quality child care by meeting each child’s physical, emotional, social and intellectual needs. In addition to traditional nannies who provide general child care, “specialty” nannies exist to meet the needs of families who desire a caregiver with experience in a specific area.”
– International Nanny Association