How to secure your placement as a nanny
When it comes to replying to a job post, it is imperative to stand out amongst the mass of other applicants. You only get one chance at capturing the attention of the person reviewing the applications, so you must get it right the first time.
There are many common mistakes that applicants make upon submitting their application, and all it takes is a little awareness and tweaking to your approach to change the outcome of your results for the better. First and foremost, you need to be fully prepared to provide a potential employer or nanny agency with all the necessary documentation required to determine your eligibility for the position. Aside from a resume, there is much more information to be collected from you, the applicant, if you are applying for a role as a nanny.
To help better inform individuals during their search for the ideal nanny position, Kindred Families has created a comprehensive guide to assist you in your process of building a nanny file to help you outshine the competition. This guide includes:
A complete checklist of documentation to include with your resume.
Example documents to refer to when building your own file
An informative slideshow breaking down the process of preparing your file for review, as well as the dos and don’ts on how to apply for nanny jobs across multiple platforms.
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