When you’re looking for regularly scheduled care for a minimum of 12 months.
Full Time Long-term Care
Typically classified as 40 to 50 hours per week, sometimes more. Overtime pay (see here) is expected for hours worked above 40 in one week’s time. A minimum of 12 months mutual commitment between the nanny and family is common. You will interview, hire, become the employer of the nanny, and pay a non-refundable placement fee to the agency upon mutual acceptance of the position.
Part Time Long-term Care
Typically classified as hours below 40 per week with a minimum of 25 hours per week. Schedules vary from several long days, to just mornings, or just afternoons. We do not accommodate split-shift or weekend schedules due to the variable challenges that part time searches present. A minimum of 12 months mutual commitment between the nanny and family is common. You will interview, hire, become the employer of the nanny, and pay a non-refundable placement fee to the agency.
How the Process Works
Schedule a Needs Analysis
A placement specialist will speak with you to learn about your family’s needs. A registration fee of $350 applies.
The recruiting team hand selects an average of 1-5 screened and qualified candidates for you to meet with.
Choose Who You Want to Hire
We’ll work with you to outline job duties and create an offer letter to present to the selected candidate.
Choose your Placement Package
We offer a variety of placement packages, choose the option that best suits your needs.
We remain at your service for Retention Counseling, training & support
What It Costs
FEE / BENEFIT
RANGE OF RATE
Enrollment Fee (Non-Refundable)
Placement Package Options
We offer 4 options, see below for details
Long-term Care Questions & Resources
We offer you the comparative advantage by swiftly and efficiently presenting you with qualified candidates who exceed market expectations. As a third party referral source we can screen in a way that you as the direct employer can not, thereby providing you with extensive data upon which to inform your hiring decision. We understand with time, effort and some luck you may find one of these candidates on your own. Theoretically, we find them for you a lot faster – or we already have them within our network. We also generally represent candidates who are not on the open market, so the applicants you are meeting through our agency are not likely to be ones you will find elsewhere. Every step of your search, we lend guidance to increase the value of our client’s selection process; from pre-interview to post-placement agreements and third party moderation should it be necessary. We do all the work for you including but not limited to job description, offer letter, employment agreement, and confidentially agreement drafting, and conducting independent performance reviews.
We begin screening nannies before we meet them. We require an online application and resume submission as a first step. From there we conduct a phone screen, make an online presence analysis and check the court system for any infractions. We then invite select candidates to complete an eight page application and a series of essay questions which read as an “interview on paper”. From there we invite the candidate to our office for a personal meeting. During this time we conduct an in depth oral interview, and make copies of identification and auto insurance. We then begin checking the references of the candidate, which are conducted by phone interview and transcribed into documents which are later shared with the potential employer. We schedule the nanny for a CPR/First Aid update if necessary and create a bio for their profile which includes photos, work history and references. We screen the candidates background to the greatest extent allowable by the Fair Labor & Credit Reporting Act which includes:
-Statewide Criminal Background Report in all states lived
-Driving Record Report
-Social Security Number Trace
-National Sex Offender Registry Clearance
(Our exhaustive selection process eliminates a large number of applicants who apply to our agency). Our transparent screening process allows you the greatest amount of control you will ever have over the selection of who will be supervising your child(ren).
Hiring a Nanny 101
“Reaching out to SNN six years ago was done purely on a whim. In retrospect, it turned out to be one of the best decisions we’ve made. We are deeply grateful to our nanny for her commitment to us, and to SNN for making this relationship possible!”
Sherry Nebel, Communications Director, Boeing
Because our child has special needs, many agencies were afraid to send nannies our way. I really feel like SNN was a true partner in our search for the right nanny—and in making sure that it was the right fit for the long haul. I honestly don’t know what we would have done without them.
E. Morris, Microsoft
Everyone on our side of the talk show project had wonderful experiences with your nannies. I am sure we will keep you in mind for future endeavors in need of childcare assistance.
Kat Schwartz, Gottman Institute "Bringing Home Baby" Project
As with most progressive organizations, we decided to provide childcare to some of our employees and their families…I would highly recommend SNN to anyone, whether it be at home for your own children or if you are trying to secure childcare for your employees. You will receive qualified, dedicated, but most importantly, nannies who truly love what they do.