Live In Mothers Help
A live in mothers help is not a formally qualified nanny but is an experienced childcarer with references to show that they can care for small children in a sole charge or other capacity. Click her for details of Live in Mothers Helps & Nannies A foreign Mothers Help may be a nursery school teacher or a nurse or midwife who wishes to come to the UK to live in with a family and care for their young children. We mainly specialise in live in Mothers Helps & live in nannies from Native English speaking countries like Australia.
Our live in Mothers Help/Nanny candidates are recruited and thoroughly vetted and police checked by our experienced overseas consultants. As well as a police check in their home country, UK Criminal Record (DBS) checks can be done on any applicant who has been resident in the UK for at least six months. The vetted applicants' files are sent to us for matching with a UK employer. The typical net salary for a Mothers Help ranges from GBP 150-250 net per week depending on whether the position is part time or full time. Tax and national insurance costs will need to covered by the employer who may wish to use a low cost monthly Nanny payroll service.
Our Mothers Helps are required to have at least an upper intermediate to good level of English. Unfortunately many Mothers Helps for whom English is not their native language do not have a driving licence. A Mothers Help's duties should be mainly childcare and childcare related and may include cooking for the children, clearing and tidying up after herself and the children and washing and ironing for the children. Depending on the weekly rate of pay a live in mothers help can be on duty for 8-10 hours a day or 40-50 hours a week with weekends free or at least two full days off a week. Up to two weeknights of babysitting may be included but babysitting on her days off should not be a regular requirement and must be paid as overtime.
We are also occasionally able to offer full time live in Housekeepers or part time live in Home Assistants. A housekeeper or Home Assistant's duties include cleaning, washing and ironing, shopping and cooking. Some element of childcare may also be included, for example supervision of school age children out of school hours or small amounts of babysitting for younger children.
Mothers Help London
To register free for a live in Mothers Help in London and elsewhere in the UK, and for details of our fees for Native and Non-native English Speaking live in Mothers Helps or Nannies & Live in Housekeepers, please visit www.millennium-nannies.co.uk or click on the blue Millennum Nannies label on the bottom left hand side of this web page.