If you apply you better have a smartphone ..otherwise don't apply or have ANY family emergencies! They are NOT at ALL flexible or sympathetic to employees family emergencies!
There are some opportunity for people that speak a bit language?
Training (CPR/1st Aid)
Answered - Nanny (Former Employee) - Bethesda, MD
It was a very quick process. You can contact them, apply, have an interview and if they approve and you are interested, you are basically hired on the spot. They schedule orientation and then you are good to go. There is also some online training that you have to take, but if you plot out some time, it doesn't take too long to complete.
Answered - Nanny (Current Employee) - Kansas City, MO
Two weeks- online application, interview, orientation
Answered - Nanny (Former Employee) - Avon, OH
Around a month from application, interview, background check to training.
It takes few steps- not very fast process,
First is online application, then interview, then references approval and collecting all your information, then criminal background, then training and orientation, then documentation work and fingerprints then finding families and downloading and learning about application
Answered - Nanny/Babysitter (Current Employee) - Los Gatos, CA