Nanny Salaries & Placement Fees

Permanent Nannies

Nanny Salaries

Nannies receive a weekly salary based on a guaranteed number of hours at a rate ranging from $15 to $20 per hour. The biggest determinant of salary is experience of the nanny but level of education, hours, flexibility needed, number and ages of children may also enter into a salary negotiation. The agency discusses salary ranges with both nannies and families. While we’re happy to offer guidance about what is appropriate for a particular position, specific compensation is negotiated directly by the family and the nanny.

Agency Fee

The agency fee for a permanent placement is $3000. It is due in full upon acceptance of a verbal or written offer by a candidate. We accept American Express, Mastercard and Visa. We require a signed Referral Agreement, with credit card information, to be on file prior to arranging nanny/family interviews.

Household Employment Taxes

When you hire a household employee, there are unique legal and tax issues involved. We refer our clients exclusively to Breedlove & Associates. They are experts at handling household employment payroll and tax obligations and we encourage our client families to seek their advice and assistance.

Temporary Nannies

Temporary Nanny Rates

By the hour: $14 per hour (4 hour minimum)
Overnight: $120 per night plus $5 for each additional child
Newborn care: $16 - $20 per hour
Hotel sitting: $16 per hour (4 hour minimum)

Agency Fees

$30 per visit
For clients that need more than 18 days of service per year, we offer an annual membership that helps reduce placement fees.

Payment Arrangements

Temporary nannies are paid directly by the family. Agency placement fees are charged to a credit card. We accept American Express, Mastercard and Visa. We must have a valid credit card and client agreement on file in order to begin work on a job order.

Comprehensive Screening Package

The complete screening package is available for $395. We must have a completed order form and candidate release form on file to begin the screening process.