Positions Available

If you are interested and think you qualify for any of these positions, please send your resume through our contact form. You may also call our office:  415-435-2642 There is no fee to work with us.

General Qualifications Include:

    • Personal Interview & Application
    • Child Care References  (two or more years of professional child care experience)
    • Licensed & Insured vehicle
    • Able to commit to at least one year for a permanent nanny position.
    • English proficiency/Legally able to work in this country.
    • Infant/Child CPR certification
    • Good Driving Record
    • Fingerprint/Background Check

Temporary Nannies Needed

Currently, we are looking for nannies/sitters who have an open schedule and can cover a variety of child care needs throughout Marin.  You must meet the usual requirements (see top of this page) and be available for at least 6 months.  As a temp you will go to different families filling in when needed.  If you like variety, have a fluid schedule and perhaps can’t commit to a full year but would still like to do nanny work, temp work might suit you. Give us a call to discuss further.


Full Time Family Assistant – Mill Valley

This family needs someone to work every other weekend, so it would look like this: Sat, Sun, Mon, Tues, Wed. for one week and then Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri. for the next week. 8:30/9a.m. – 6/7p.m would be the range of hours needed. They also travel and ideally want to hire someone who will be able to travel with the family. They have a 6 yr. girl and 5 yr. boy. This position is about 25hrs. a week childcare and 15hrs. other duties: grocery shopping, preparing dinner for the family when needed, managing the household maintenance, various errands.

$30-35/hr. salaried position.


Afternoon Family Assistant – Mill Valley

This family is looking for 4 afternoons a week (flexible) from 2-7, plus 2 evenings. It would come to around 28 hrs. a week. They can provide the car to do afternoon driving. There are two children: 13 yr. girl and 10 yr. boy. Duties would include some grocery shopping, laundry, light meal prep.

They would be doing payroll, but the take home pay would be $20-25/hr…depending on experience.


Afternoon Position – Tiburon

This family needs a basic 3-7p.m., M-F. They have 3 children: 15, 10, 7. During the summer they would need around the same hours and then when the school year starts it would be the same. The children are used to having someone in the 20-30 yr. range. They’re not asking for housekeeping – just the usual straightening up and clean up after craft activities.

They’re offering $25-28/hr. for a committed person.


20 hrs. a Week in Tiburon

This family has 6 yr. old twin girls.  They basically need T, Th from 12/1-7p.m.  They also need flexibility to have a Friday or Saturday to make it 20 hrs. a week.  During the summer they can offer more hours.  A seasoned nanny with long term experience would be preferred.  A good candidate would be someone who’s organized and doesn’t mind helping out around the house (dishes, laundry, errands).  They usually have the nanny do these things before picking up the girls.

$20-25/hr.


M – F 4-9p.m. in Kentfield

This is a good job for someone who doesn’t mind working later in the day.  The mom just had a baby boy and needs help with her other 3 children (girls) around the dinner hour.  The children are 9, 6, 3.  She  would need someone to make an easy, healthy dinner, clean up, help with the bedtime routine.

$25/hr.


Sat/Sun Nanny Needed -   Mill Valley

This is a great family with 4 busy boys – 7, 5, 3, 2.    They need someone who can partner with mom over the weekend – both days 8am-5pm. They can provide a car when driving is needed. Preference is to hire someone who has worked with a mom in the home and also someone who is good at multi tasking.

$25+/hr.


If you are interested and think you qualify for any of these positions, please send your resume to info@rentaparent.com.  You may also call our office:  415-435-2642. To set up an interview please contact us.
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