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We are looking for new members of our team

We are actively recruiting.

Nannies are classed as Key Workers, so do send a CV over for upcoming positions.

Please email with a CV, and an idea of hours you are available. You will have a response as soon as we are able to provide one.

Everycare Nannies has always prided itself on being able to guarantee cover for when Nannies are sick or on annual leave. With the current Pandemic and the variants of the Covid-19 mutating widely, we can no longer responsibly include this in our services. Therefore, if your Nanny has to isolate for the different reasons the Government has stipulated, we will support you as best we can, but not through sending an alternative Nanny. Once the guidelines change or the vaccine becomes more widely available, we will of course review this policy.

On the positive side of this, Nannies are classed as ‘essential workers’, Everycare Nannies are still being recruited and out working with their designated families, so should you need that bit of extra support whilst you are working from home whilst your children are remote learning, we can help you find a skilled Nanny for temporary services. We have a number of families for whom we have provided this service recently.



Everycare Nannies opens new office in Oxford

New Nanny childcare agency office opens in Oxford

Following expansion of our services due to growing demand we have now opened a new operation in Oxford. Providing all the Everycare Nannies services that are available from our Cardiff Head Office the new office has been opened due to the high demand in the Oxford area.

For all your Oxford, Aylesbury, Banbury and Swindon childcare needs, please call  01865 954066 or contact us via our contact form.

Hire a nanny – direct from Everycare Nannies

We are delighted to announce that Everycare Nannies now providing a unique service for parents looking for childcare solutions.

Take the pressure off your childcare search needs and source a nanny without being an employer. Everycare Nannies employs its own childcare staff and sends them to you for anything from a single evening to full time support.

We do all the payroll, management, holiday and sick cover, and everything that employers are legally obliged to do! We are also members of the Association of Nanny Agencies which provide regulations and best practice, in an otherwise unregulated industry, so you’ll know your family is in good hands. You’ll receive full support from beginning to end.

A stress-free nanny experience is just a call away.

Hiring an Everycare nanny ensures that all the legal requirements are undertaken for you. As a result all you have to do is make one payment on a weekly basis to Everycare Nannies we look after everything else.

The Ultimate Guide to a Career in Nannying

Becoming a nanny can be a wonderful career stepping stone or long-term career pathway, especially if you love working with children and having varied travel opportunities.

Nannies are in high demand around the world, and many families are looking for not only responsible care for their children, but also exposure to other cultures or languages.

If you’re seeking to work as a nanny in the UK or abroad, you’ll want to know about pay conditions, strategies for finding jobs, and compliance.

Check out this useful guide if you are thinking of becoming a nanny.

25 Reasons Why Being A Nanny Is The Best Job Ever

Many people don’t know too much about nannies or what they do on a day to day basis.

While nannies spend long days caring for and guiding their charges through this world, there are many, many benefits that come with this job.

Check out this list that compiles all the reasons of why being a nanny can top any 9-5 job out there!


Key facts – working as a nanny

Thinking of working as a nanny?

There are no set entry requirements, but you may find it easier to become a nanny if you have a college qualification in childcare. Many courses include a placement. If not, it will help if you’ve gained voluntary experience working with children.

You’ll need to be aged 18 or over.

You’ll also need clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

Check out all the facts about working as a nanny including entry requirements, skills required, working hours, qualifications, duties, salary prospects and your possible career path and progression by visiting the National Careers Service website.