Nurtured at Home - Nannies Plus is a trusted
and growing Nanny service
Nurtured at Home - Nannies Plus is a trusted and growing Nanny service. At Nurtured at Home - Nannies Plus, children and their families are at the heart of everything we do. If you have a genuine interest in forming a long-lasting bond with a child and their family, providing a quality learning programme within the family's home, then we would love to hear from you. Nurtured at Home - Nannies Plus will support you with ongoing professional development along with individualised guidance and support with a fully qualified and registered Visiting Teacher visiting you regularly in the family's home. Nurtured at Home - Nannies Plus provides you with free professional development learning opportunities, including paid First Aid Certificate. We also provide you with opportunities to attend playgroups, community outings, and networking with other Nannies for support.
Enjoy the following benefits:
As a Nanny with Nurtured at Home - Nannies Plus, you can look forward to receiving:
- Subsidised wage service (simple conditions apply).
- Free resources to keep.
- Free Professional Development.
- Free First Aid Certificate.
- No administration or processing fees.
- Weekly play and music groups.
- Free Discovery Days and community outings.
- Networking events for Nannies.
- Monthly Newsletter keeping you up-to-date with news and events.
- Ongoing support to provide a learning programme.
- When you refer either a Nanny or family to Nurtured at Home - Nannies Plus, you receive a $100 grocery voucher (conditions apply).
We would love to hear from you and talk with you further about your Nanny enquiry. Please complete your contact information below and our team will contact you during business hours to answer any questions you may have and discuss more about the benefits of joining the Nurtured at Home - Nannies Plus team.
What can I expect to be paid?
On average most Nannies can expect between $20-22 in the Wellington region, although this is dependent on the level of experience and training of each individual Nanny, and Nanny-share tends to attract an additional $2-$3 per hour. Just like all employees, you will also be paid for public holidays, annual and sick leave.
What will I be expected to do as a Nanny?
The primary role as a Nanny is the care and education of the children you have been hired to look after. There is an expectation that you will also undertake child-related household tasks, and these should be clearly specified in your job description.
When you are employed under our education programme you are not only providing nurturing care, but you are also providing Early Childhood Education. You will be assigned a Visiting Teacher, who is a qualified and registered Early Childhood Teacher, with each family. Their role is to provide you with guidance and support to implement an educational programme in line with the Early Childhood Education Curriculum, Te Whāriki, along with providing a level of pastoral support as needed.
What is the process from here?
Complete the details required under Contact Us online. From there we will call and chat through your application, interview, reference and Police check, and then write a profile for you which we send to the families. We take special note at this stage of what type of role you are looking for to ensure we find you the perfect family.
Once you have passed our required checks you will be eligible to be put forward for jobs that are available. However, not all positions are advertised, as we often know exactly who we think would suit the role, and therefore may contact you directly for any suitable positions. When you have agreed that you would like to be put forward for a role, we send your profile to the family. They are then responsible for contacting you for the interview stage. If circumstances change with regards to the type of work you are looking for, then please keep us up-to-date.