Learn more about finding a nanny in Melbourne

Nanny required in Elsternwick
Ruby Brown on July 07, 2017

3 days per week, 7am–6pm or 2 days per week or 2 days per week + after school care

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Nanny required in Fitzroy North
Ruby Brown on July 07, 2017

Starting late July Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays 7am–7pm

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Nanny Required in Kensington
Ruby Brown on July 07, 2017

Experienced nanny required in Kensington

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Personalised Nanny Search
Ruby Brown on June 07, 2017

Finding a nanny is all about finding the right match. When you register with Nanny Match, we’ll first share our database of nannies who are available and looking for work. From here, you’ll be able to contact the nannies directly and have a chat to see if it’s a match.

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Interviewing Nannies
Ruby Brown on June 07, 2017

The nanny industry is fast-paced. When we find a great nanny, we have two weeks to place her before she finds another job. For parents, this means taking time to run phone interviews before investing time to meet in person.

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Melbourne Nanny: Introducing Libby
Ruby Brown on June 05, 2017

I’m a responsible, down to earth and nurturing person in my work. I’m looking to join a new family for up to four days per week. Please get in touch to view my full profile and organise a chat or interview.

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Melbourne Nanny: Introducing Olivia
Ruby Brown on May 16, 2017

I’m a fun loving, caring and lively child carer. I bring 5 years of experience in childcare and nanny positions and I am looking to join a new family or two to complete my week.

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Melbourne Nanny: Introducing Nina
Ruby Brown on May 01, 2017

I’m a 25 year Psychology graduate with a Cert IV in Pilates and soon to be Yoga Teacher. I am looking to join a new nanny family or two. I have a passion for childhood development and feel strongly about the importance of providing a consistently safe, caring and supportive environment for children during their formative years. My other passion is with the mind body connection and how embodied therapy can be used for psychological health and wellbeing. When I am not working I love to cook for friends and family, go camping and explore in nature, dog-watch at the park, exercise, read and write. I am an extremely warm, caring and attentive person. I have loved my previous nanny jobs and gain so much fulfilment in supporting children to grow and shine.

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Finding a Nanny in Melbourne
Ruby Brown on April 29, 2017

Engaging with a nanny is quite an abstract idea until you actually meet your match. Most of our new families have had very little contact with the nanny world and the idea of having a nanny (or even saying the word nanny) is completely foreign. So they often ask—what’s it like?

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Interview with Nanny Printables
Ruby Brown on April 22, 2017

I recently took part in an interview with Rebecca of Nanny Printables. Cheers, Rebecca!

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In-home Early Childhood Education
Ruby Brown on April 04, 2017

After completing a BA of Early Childhood Education in 2015, Sarah decided to take a step away from formal education systems and continue her work as a private nanny. She was drawn to the opportunity to form intimate in-home partnerships and the ability to work with children from infancy through to toddlerhood. She wanted to combine her skills as a caregiver and educator: Sarah De Lean Personalised Educare was born.

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Intergenerational Care
Ruby Brown on April 04, 2017

We’re part of an ongoing conversation about childcare alternatives that offer more flexibility to our community. We connected with Neri Solomon to learn more about a great solution that could change the lives of many Australian families.

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Apply to attend the Outdoor Learning Conference
Ruby Brown on April 04, 2017

We’re looking for a nanny with an interest in outdoor learning—someone who can go along, soak it all in and report back to the Nanny Match community.

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Gemma: Nanny and Entrepreneur
Ruby Brown on June 21, 2016

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WWC Check & First Aid
Ruby Brown on April 10, 2016

Nannies working in Melbourne must hold a valid Working with Children Check. The WWC Check screens a person’s national criminal history and in some cases their professional conduct. The Department of Justice & Regulation continues to monitor these records for the life of each card - that’s five years.

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What makes a good match?
Ruby Brown on April 04, 2016

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My favourite interview question is:

Tell me about your favourite families. What made those relationships work?

Here’s a collection of the best responses so far. I think we can learn quite a bit from these ladies…

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Interview with Artshub
Ruby Brown on March 28, 2016

Check out this great article by Peta Mayer featuring Nanny Match and Melbourne mum Olivia Poloni.

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