The following is a sponsored post brought to you by The Nanny League. All opinions are my own.
While I’m a stay-at-home mom and haven’t required the services of a nanny up until this point, I’ve seen many fellow mom friends go through the tiring task of finding and locking down a good nanny. It’s often hard to find nanny services that fit within your family unit — whether it be a matter of schedules, family values, reliability or ease of mind, finding and choosing the right candidate is no easy feat.
It’s no doubt that your children are the most important pieces of your life, so naturally you want to find the best possible person to care for them. But where to begin in the search? How to conduct background checks and evaluate past references? The sheer process of finding the right person to nanny your children often seems daunting and overwhelming. That’s why I was very interested to learn about The Nanny League, and their services now opening up in San Diego.
The Nanny League
The Nanny League matches only college-educated, highly competent, creative and nurturing nannies with families residing in and around New York City, Philadelphia, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Orange County and now San Diego (yay for us!). They are also able to extend their reach in other cities across the U.S., based on referral.
What sets The Nanny League apart from other nanny placement services, is their meticulous, personalized process to find and vet potential candidates to serve your family’s exact needs. All of their nannies go through a highly discriminating selection and screening process including background checks, drug screening, and thorough reference review. Each nanny must also be willing to sign a confidentiality agreement, if requested by the family.
Representing and helping place such exceptional, smart, selfless, loving and inspirational professional nannies is one thing, but knowing that they are helping impact the lives of so many children, in such a positive way, is by far the most rewarding aspect to my job. They are the ones who make what I do not a job at all, but instead, truly a labor of love.” – Lindsay Thomason, CEO TNL
To ensure families are selecting from the best of the best, each nanny who is accepted into the Nanny League must:
- Posses at least at BA/BS college degree
- Be CPR/First Aid Certified
- Have the ability co make a one-year commitment to a family
- Have at least two years childcare experience
- Have excellent work and personal references
- Be a U.S. Citizen
- Have a valid driver’s license
- Be fluent in English (bilingual a plus)
- Be a competent swimmer
- Be a Non-smoker
- Sign a no cell phone driving guarantee
I just love this up-front vetting process – especially the no cell phones while driving which is such an important conversation to have with your caregiver in today’s world!
Where to Begin?
The Nanny League offers full-time and part-time nanny placements as well as babysitters and tutors in a variety of subjects.
Because no two families’ needs are the same, the Nanny League will work with you to create a job description and salary that will attract the right candidate from their database of nanny professionals. It’s through this personalized matching service, that your family will find the perfect caregiver for your children.
The Nanny League believes in their matching process so much that they even offer to provide two replacements during the first six months of your contract at no additional charge in the rare event that a nanny does not work out with your family.
Find Your Family Nanny:
Contact The Nanny League for more information and to take the first step in finding a loving nanny for your family.
You can also connect with The Nanny League and their wonderful nannies at upcoming MomCo San Diego playdates! During these playdates the nannies play and conduct crafts, face painting and games with the children so the parents can socialize and get to know each other. To find an upcoming playdate, download the MomCo app here.
This is a sponsored post brought to you by The Nanny League. All opinions are my own.