At Koru Kids, we help families with the most important job there is – taking care of the next generation.
You’ll work directly for a local family to do pickup, help with homework, cook simple meals and have fun with the kids.
It’s rewarding, meaningful work, where you can use your experience and talents to nurture children. No two days are the same!
Earn money doing something you love.
You’ll become a vital member of the family – parent’s tell us having a nanny transforms their life. You’ll build loving bonds with the children creating a lasting impact. Plus, you’ll be paid on-time and correctly through Koru Kids and track your shifts via our easy to use app.
You don’t need professional experience to become a part-time nanny.
Most families are looking for 9-15 hours a week on regular weekday afternoons. So you still have your evenings and weekends to yourself.
The support you get from Koru Kids is second to none. We support you in the beginning and in the long run.
The family commits to regular hours in your contract, so you can rely on this income. If the family cancel a shift that’s in your contract you’ll still be paid.
You’ll be able to find a family who lives near you. So say goodbye to long commutes!
No – you can become a nanny in many locations across the UK including Bristol, Brighton, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Surrey, Hertforshire, and Berkshire.
No – anyone over the age of 18 can become a nanny.
You’ll be able to see where the families live when searching for roles so you can pick a location convenient for you. After collecting the children from school, you’ll spend most of your time in their house.
Yes – most nannies only work for one family.
No – you don’t need any formal qualifications or experience to become a nanny. However, we do like to see that you have spent time with kids in the past (and that you enjoyed it!).
Most families are looking for a minimum commitment of 3 months to give you time to settle in with the kids and their routines.
You’ll also be able to do a trial shift with the family before you accept the job.
Nannies typically only look after one families children (or in a nanny share two families children). Nannies work in the children’s home whereas childminders work in their own home looking after children from different families. You can find more information on childminding here.