Newborn Care Specialists
Are you recently pregnant or finishing maternity leave soon? Finding an infant specialist nanny to care for your newborn safely can be stressful! We want to offer you peace of mind!
Our infant specialists are a minimum of 18 years old and have at least two years of professional experience. We thoroughly screen each nanny to make sure they have the skill set to care for your newborn safely.
Our full-time infant specialists are knowledgeable at properly thawing breast milk, soothing a colicky baby, initiating sleep training, and encouraging age-appropriate developmental activities.
The newborn care specialist you choose must listen and be attentive to your child-rearing preferences.
If you prefer to sleep train your child using the pick-up-put-down method rather than the cry-it-out method, our nanny agency recruits a nanny who will support you.
Newborn Care Nannies
Communication is key! We strongly encourage our nannies to send pictures and videos of the kids throughout the day.
We also ask them to keep a nanny log about your infant’s feedings, sleep schedule, and urination habits so you can stay in sync with your baby’s ever-changing needs.
Transparent communication is the foundation of trust. We coach our nannies about successfully building trust throughout their tenure with your family.
We make every effort to recruit college-educated nannies with a minimum of 2 years of professional childcare experience (required).
Our free nanny replacement guarantee ensures a nanny placement- free of charge- if you are not happy with your first choice.
The Elite Nanny Team (TENT Group) is geared toward recruiting exceptional infant care specialists.
Our newborn care specialists undergo extensive prescreening to ensure they have the necessary childcare skills to care for your newborn correctly.
Additionally, each eligible nanny undergoes a background check and reference check. We favor nannies who live within 15 miles of your home to ensure their reliability.
Interview Questions for Newborn Care Specialists
How do you know when a newborn can safely sleep on his or her stomach, if ever?
By what age should an infant be rolling over?
How long can breast milk stay out of the fridge?
What is the worst situation you have encountered working with babies? You would be surprised by the number of candidates who do not take this opportunity to show off their emergency preparedness.
How do you soothe a colicky baby?
Which sleep training method do you prefer and why?
How do you encourage age-appropriate developmental activities?
Plus, as the employer, you are in control. The newborn care specialist we recruit for you must listen and be attentive to your child-rearing preferences.
If you prefer to sleep train your baby using the pick-up-put-down method rather than the cry-it-out method, our nanny placement agency recruits a nanny who will support you.
We also ask them to keep a nanny log about their infant's feedings, sleep schedule, and urination habits. We want them to maintain clear communication.
We aim to recruit loving nannies with at least two years of professional infant experience (required).
Finding an infant specialist nanny to care for your newborn safely can be stressful!
We are here to help!
Full-Time Infant Specialist Recruitment Cost: $4,225.00