Temporary Nannies

At Mom and Nanny we consider a temporary position to be a nanny position of 6 months or less.

What Is A Temporary Nanny?

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A temporary nanny, sometimes referred to as a temp nanny, is a childcare provider who is hired to provide care for a short period of time, usually for a specific duration or purpose. At Mom and Nanny we consider a temporary position to be a nanny position of 6 months or less. Temp nannies provide families with the flexibility to hire a nanny for a specific period of time, without the commitment of a long-term employment contract.

Temporary nannies may work on a full-time or part-time basis, depending on the family's needs. They may be responsible for a range of duties, including feeding, bathing, dressing, and transporting the children, as well as providing educational and developmental activities.

When Is Temporary Care Normally Needed?

A temporary nanny may be needed in a variety of situations including:

-Summer care while children are out of school.

-If a full time nanny is on a maternity leave or any prolonged leave of absence.

-If a family is temporarily relocating and is in need of childcare.

What Are Some Responsibilities Of A Temporary Nanny?

Here are some of the responsibilities normally assigned to a temporary nanny:

-Providing care for children: This includes supervising and engaging with children, preparing meals and snacks, and ensuring their safety and well-being.

-Creating a safe and stimulating environment: Nannies may be responsible for creating a safe and age-appropriate environment for children, including planning and implementing developmentally appropriate activities.

-Maintaining a routine: Nannies may be responsible for following a routine established by the family, including meal and nap times, as well as helping with homework and other tasks.

-Driving children to activities: If necessary, nannies may be responsible for driving children to and from school, appointments, and extracurricular activities.

-Light housekeeping: Nannies may be responsible for child-related housekeeping duties such as laundry, dishes, and cleaning up after the children.

-Communicating with parents: Nannies may be responsible for communicating with parents about the children's activities, behavior, and progress.

Contact Us

If you're interested in connecting with temporary nannies, we'd love to hear more about your family needs.