Work in childcare

What type of nanny job are you looking for?

After School Nannies

Families looking for regular help with school aged children. Usually 3-20 hours a week children age 3+. 

Earn from £11 per hour

Professional Full Day Nannies

Families looking for professional full day nannies to care for babies and toddlers who are looking to work 20+ hours a week. 

Set your own hourly rate

A job with purpose

Become a nanny with Koru Kids

We’ll support you through each step, and when you’re working.

We’re passionate about creating awesome mini humans, and the transformation great childcare brings to family life. 

We know you’re front and centre to that which is why we’ll always be there to support you.

We’ll help you find a wonderful family to work with, make sure you have a fair contract and you’re paid on time. 

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Other frequently asked questions

To become an after school nanny with older kids you need experience working with children outside of your family. This could be babysitting, volunteering at your local place of worship or in a school.

There are after school jobs across the UK.  Full day jobs are mostly in London but if you register you’ll be first to hear as we expand. 

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. 

During our vetting process, we’ll assess your childcare experience and qualifications, taking into account:
  • years working as a professional nanny
  • any childcare qualifications
  • and any other early years childcare roles including as a childminder or in a nursery.

Yes – most nannies only work for one family.

Attachment is important for children’s development. Most families of babies want a nanny to stay with them for a number of years.

After school nannies need to be able to commit to the full school year but some families are looking for less.

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.