1. Long-Term Employment
Long-term employment is full-time or part-time, live-in or live-out employment for a period of 12 weeks or more (3 months) or longer. Long-term employment includes both part-time and full-time Nannies. Long-term employment also includes both live-in and live-out Nannies. The Employer’s fee for the long-term placement of a Long-term/Full-time Nanny is 5 weeks of the candidate’s gross annual salary.
Free initial consultation with family
Free 3- to 6-month follow-up with family
10% down after initial consultation (non-refundable)
The Employer’s fee for the placement of a Long-term/Part-time Nanny is 5 weeks of candidates’ gross annual salary.
2. Short-Term Employment
Short-term employment is full-time or part-time, live-in or live-out employment for a period of less than 12 weeks (3 months). Short-term employment includes both part-time and full-time Nannies. Short-term employment also includes both live-in and live-out Nannies. The Employer’s fee for the short-term placement of a Short-term Nanny is $_________. If you employer uses employ the Nanny outside of the 12 weeks, you are obligated to report the extra employment to the agency and to Employer will pay any the additional fee incurred. Employer is obligated to report such to Agency.
3. Daily Employment
Daily employment is employment on an as-needed basis, such as a substitute for a vacationing nanny, help for guests with young children, or assistance while visiting the Vancouver area.Need a nanny once or twice while you’re in town? Maybe your nanny is on holidays? Maybe you have guests in town that need an extra set of hands? The fee for Daily Employment is $40.00 per day.
Free consultation with family
(3-6 month follow up with family)
10% down after consultation (non refundable).