T & C

We have a one off placement fee, dependent on whether the role is full time or part time, live in or live out, single family or nanny share, with instalment options available to suit your budget.

Our trial periods are based on the payment plan selected and covered in more detail in our full terms and conditions – please contact us directly to request a copy.

Please note all fees must be strictly paid on time for trial periods to apply.

We are not currently VAT registered.

Rates of pay

Rates of pay are completely negotiable and dependant on qualifications, experience and hours worked. Consider this as a rough guide (in UK pounds).

A full time Nanny should be paid for 52 weeks of the year on an agreed day each week, fortnight or month. Baby sitting / weekend work may be included in this pre agreed figure or paid for separately as and when required.

Nanny or Tutor/Governess – LIVE OUT

£400 – £600 net per week depending upon a candidate’s experience and the number of hours required for the role (after all deductions for tax and National Insurance)

Parent Helper – LIVE OUT

£375 – £425 net per week (after all deductions for tax and National Insurance)

Nanny or Tutor/Governess – LIVE IN

£300 – £450 net per week (after all deductions for tax and National Insurance)

Parent Helper – LIVE IN

£200 – £300 net per week (after all deductions for tax and National Insurance)

Tutors – by negotiation

Do consider your budget carefully when employing a Nanny. If you need long hours of childcare but can only afford a low market rate you may find you have a high Nanny turnover. If you are struggling to afford the market rate then consider either reducing the hours, offering a longer holiday period or Nanny sharing with another family to spread the costs.

Taxation

It is the responsibility of the employer to pay tax and national insurance. In the UK there is a simple system set up by the Inland Revenue to make this easy. For more information contact a specialist company like www.nannytax.co.uk

Hours

Hours are a matter for negotiation between the candidate and the family and can fit around the needs of a family during term time and the school holidays.