Nanny Resume Sample

A Nanny is responsible for caring for children and teens. Often times they are expected to do house work as well as small errands. They should have strong interpersonal skills; knowledge of child development is helpful, as are good time management, creativity and dependability. There are no formal education requirements, though many nannies hold a high school diploma or it’s equivalent.

These are some examples of job descriptions we have handpicked from real Nanny resumes for your reference.

Nanny

  • Worked in direct contact with parents in order to provide the best care for their two year old son.
  • I helped the child develop cognitive and motor skills through fun activities.
  • Was on call at times and communicated with parents on their desires for the upmost care for their child.
  • Had to be fully present and charismatic at all times.

Nanny

  • Responsible for two children ages 12 and 7.
  • In charge of driving them home from school, as well as to their extracurricular activities on a daily basis.
  • Responsibilities also include helping kids with homework and tutoring them on a daily basis as well as light cooking and light housekeeping/chores.

Nanny

  • I have 10 plus yrs experience in caring for children from newborn-6 yrs of age including twins/triple, multiple children.
  • I am CPR certified with first-aid training.
  • Have been fingerprinted and have passed background check with the Dept of Justice, I also have medical knowledge, I used to be a nurse before day-care/nanny.

Nanny

  • I watched a girl infant from the time she was six months old to three years old three days a week for eight hours a day.
  • I fed her and changed her diapers. We sang ABC’s, read books, played with toys and took walks to the park, I also put her down for naps.
  • This position recently ended as the family has relocated.

Nanny

  • As a nanny I was responsible for many care related tasks of the children.
  • It was job to get the children up in the morning and ready for the day.
  • During our time together I was to feed them nutritional and kid-friendly meals for peak physical growth.
  • For their mental welfare I focused on stimulating their creative and analytical developmental.

Nanny

  • Have affectionately cared for children, six months to twelve years, in both home and outside settings.
  • Sparked creativity and imagination through daily activities.
  • Prepared meals, transported to/from school and extracurriculars, and provided an overall interactive environment.

Nanny

  • Working as a nanny my responsibilities include waking up the children under my care and making sure they get to school on time every morning.
  • I am also responsible for helping them with Math and English homework as well as helping with class projects.
  • Ensuring that projects were completed in a timely manner and completely accurately based on the project guidelines was also a part of my job description.
  • Another responsibility was making sure both children handled their house responsibilities.

Nanny

  • Organize fun and educational games, read storybooks and plan outdoor activities such as walking to the park or the local library for story hour.
  • Perform light housekeeping duties and run errands including grocery shopping and dry-cleaning drop-off and pick up.
  • Provide a detailed summary of everyday activities to parents including meals consumed during the day, length of nap time, vowel movements and screen time and program contents.

Nanny

  • Ensure that children are safe, clean and of course, having fun and learning while under my supervision.
  • Perform various household duties including but not limited to keeping the kitchen and play areas tidy and children’s laundry.
  • Communicate regularly with parent(s) to ensure that expectations are met on both sides as well as to inform the parent of the children’s day to day activities.

Nanny

  • As a nanny my work duties consisted of being a traditional nanny for an infant and then rambunctious toddler.
  • My day to day objectives included feeding, changing and cleaning the infant while keeping him on a strict sleep schedule.
  • As the child developed my duties adjusted to match the needs of my client.
  • They included reading time, play time, homework assistance, language development while developing his motor skills and physical maturation.

Nanny

  • I worked as a nanny/sitter for this company.
  • I received assignments everyday by text or email to care for children in different areas and if I was available I would accept the assignment.
  • The main reason we do is this is to build stronger families and impact them in any positive way that we can.
  • The goal was to make a difference and lend help that we have to offer.

Nanny

  • Supervise a one year-old for a family that is soon expecting another child.
  • With this job, I am given the duties of light house work and to be in charge of a toddler when needed.
  • This is the first time being in charge of a toddler, and it has given me skills that I did not have before taking this job (i.e. managing what everything that happens in the household- organization).

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