If you are a primary caregiver or a parent caregiver who is frequently away from home on business or otherwise, you may need to seek the help of a child caregiver (nanny caregiver) who can perform duties such as cleaning, cooking, supervision of the children (including help with homework, transport to and from school, etc.).
A family caregiver must have the characteristics, personality, education and experience that fulfill your caregiver job hiring requirements. Whether a young caregiver or an adult caregiver, the nanny caregiver must interact well with all members of the family.
When interviewing a child caregiver, explain your children's personality, schedules, special needs and priorities for each child in the coming months. Describe the caregiver job description, including hours, how much flexibility the caregiver job entails and compensation.