Sitters / Nannies / Infant Night Nurse - Washington DC

Nannypod Washington , DC 20001

Posted 3 weeks ago

Apply to NannyPod and get safe babysitting/nanny/infant night nurse jobs!

We have hundreds of families in the area who book our sitters on an occasional and consistent basis. NannyPod removes the hassle of finding families, confirming when you can work, and negotiating pay. Whether you are looking to sit the occasional date night or work regularly as a babysitter, we are confident NannyPod will suit you!

Bronze Level Pay: Hourly pay rate dependent on number of children for which you are sitting & your experience:

$13.50 / Hour for One Child

$15 / Hour for Two Children

$16.50 / Hour for Three Children

$18 / Hour for Four Children

$19.50/ Hour for Five Children

Silver Level Pay: Hourly pay rate dependent on number of children for which you are sitting & your experience:

$15 / Hour for One Child

$16.50 / Hour for Two Children

$18 / Hour for Three Children

$19.50 / Hour for Four Children

$21 / Hour for Five Children

Gold Level Pay: Hourly pay rate dependent on number of children for which you are sitting & your experience:

$16.50 / Hour for One Child

$18 / Hour for Two Children

$19.50 / Hour for Three Children

$21 / Hour for Four Children

$22.50 / Hour for Five Children

Platinum Level Pay: Hourly pay rate dependent on number of children for which you are sitting & your experience:

$18 / Hour for One Child

$19.50 / Hour for Two Children

$21 / Hour for Three Children

$22.50 / Hour for Four Children

$24 / Hour for Five Children

Infant Night Nurse Pay:

$24 / Hour for One Infant

$27.50 / Hour for Two Infants

$32 / Hour for Three Infants

Requirements

  • Minimum of 2 years paid childcare / teaching experience
  • CPR Certification (Can be attained Online for $19.50)
  • Ability to pass thorough background check, including random drug screening, driving record, and criminal history
  • Registered Nurse (RN) Certification if applying as an Infant Night Nurse

Benefits

NannyPod Advantages

  • Smartphone Scheduling & Payment App
  • Work when you can
  • Paid by Direct Deposit
  • Paid for every minute worked
  • 2 Hour Appointment Minimum for Sitters / 6 Hour Appointment Minimum for Infant Night Nurses
  • Paid for staying overnight
  • Paid when families cancel last minute within 12 hours of start time
  • Families are background checked for your safety
  • Liability Insurance Protection (Protects you if liable for an accident)
  • Gym Membership Discounts
  • CPR Course Fee Discount of 33% through Coast CPR (Coast-CPR.com)
  • Random Drug Test & Background Checks paid for by NannyPod
  • $25 Referral Bonuses for referring families and sitters/nannies/night nurses. Conditions apply.
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