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Practice Interview Questions

Prepare for your interview by writing down a list of questions about the role and show that you are interested and enthusiastic. During an interview you will be asked an assortment of questions, so it’s a good idea to have a think about possible answers beforehand.

The following are a few examples of questions many parents ask during interviews:

  • What do you like about being a nanny?
  • What sort of role are you after long-term?
  • Can you give me an example of a problem or emergency in a previous role, and how you handled it?
  • What do you think would be the best way to handle my child if they had a tantrum in the park?
  • Why did you leave your last position?
  • Can you describe your experience with looking after children?

Remember, the people interviewing you for a nanny job are doing so because they want to get to know you. Always be friendly and polite, and a follow up call or email is always a good idea.

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Kasey Major

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Kasey Major

My name is Kasey Major, and I have cherished working as a nanny for 23 years. I am passionate about supporting families and giving children the best opportunities to shine.

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