The Nanny Collective is a childcare employment service designed to provide families with reputable, professional nannies, babysitters and carers of the highest standard. We are always looking to represent carers by finding them positions where they will find challenge and fulfilment. We pride ourselves on being absolutely fee free for all of our carers.
If so you’ll possess:
If you don’t have your Working with Children Check, Police Check or current First Aid Certificate but are in the process of getting one you may apply now and provide those documents prior to the scheduling of an interview.
If you have any questions regarding our requirements that you’d like to discuss with one of our consultants we’d be happy to help! Please contact us now.
Placing you with our amazing families is only the beginning of our relationship.
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If you fit all of the above requirements, we’d love to hear from you!
Putting your best foot forward is important. For this reason, our team has compiled a list of top tips to help nail that interview!
Punctuality is an obvious sign of attitude and approach. Don’t be late. Simple. Plan your drive and parking options beforehand.
It won’t be necessary to dress in formal business attire however it is an interview so dress smart. Also, on the job understand what’s appropriate for your industry. When working with children it’s important to dress in comfortable attire that fits properly.
Knowing just what you can bring to the job and being enthusiastic about it will make you stand out. Also, being honest with potential weaknesses will demonstrate your ability to be reflective in your practice.
It’s true what they say about first impressions. You can make or break your interview within the first five minutes. Ensure you exhibit enthusiasm. Be friendly, outgoing and don’t forget to SMILE!
Practice your responses to questions such as “tell me about yourself”, “why are you looking for a new position”, “why do you love working with children” and “what are your strengths and weaknesses”.
Set your family up for success by avoiding these common mistakes