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New to London - how do I go about finding a nanny?

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HopeNope Thu 04-Dec-14 13:27:16


I'm new to London, and I'm wondering how I should go about finding a nanny?

Greenfizzywater Thu 04-Dec-14 17:49:00 is very good and the £20 to register for a month is a sight cheaper than an agency!

where in London are you?

HopeNope Thu 04-Dec-14 18:18:00

Greenfizzy, thanks! I'm in East London.

At the very maximum I can only afford £10 p/hour, and no more than that. Am I likely to find something?

Artandco Thu 04-Dec-14 18:22:53

£10 net an hour is possible, but that's £13 ish gross

Unlikely to get for £10 gross

Most agencies charge 15/20% of nanny annual wage as a finders fee

holz202 Tue 09-Dec-14 13:59:18

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nannynick Wed 10-Dec-14 12:00:18

10 gross is low for London but it may depend on exact area and if you would accept someone without much experience.
Remember to factor in other costs such as activities, outings, payroll admin and employers NI.

Hannah5pillars Thu 11-Dec-14 16:54:48

Hi new Londoner,
I am a qualified, experienced nanny. I charge between £8.50 £12.00 ph. I was offered £8.50 with the agency I was with, but am looking at nannying now.

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