Did you know...

of parents feel unprepared welcoming their first child
of parents don't know what information to trust
of moms feel judged all the time
of moms experience postpartum depression
Our team of professionals are experts at child care. At Pink Nannies, you'll find support, guidance, and resources you can trust.

Nanny & Childcare


Allison Goren

Former Celebrity Nanny

UHNW Newborn Care Specialist

Certified Green-proofer

Eco-Maternity Consultant

Pink Nannies Founder

Michaela Alayami

Pediatric Sleep Consultant

Former Nanny

Myia Owens

Camp Counselor Administrator

Nanny Advocate

Brittany Settles

BA in Administration

Expert on Long-Term, Travel, and Specialized Placements

Danielle Anthony

Former Nanny to Royalty

UHNW Newborn Care Specialist (20+ years)

Sleep Consultant

Founder of Pink Newborn Services

Dr. Fernandez, PT, DPT


Burnout Coach

Resources for Nannies

Common Questions

About the Process

So, where do I start?

The best place to start is our Job Board! There, you can view open positions and start the application process here. We will review your application and get in touch with you if you are a good fit for the positions you have applied for. If we are unable to move forward with your application, you’ll hear from us too. So don’t worry, one way or another we will be in touch, and you do not have to contact us!

*Please note that due to the large number of applicants, we do not respond to direct calls or emails inquiring about the status of an application.

What happens now that I've had an interview with the Pink Nannies placement team?

First, thank you for taking the time to allow us to get to know you better! After your interview, you will receive an email outlining the next steps (check your spam folder if you have not). In order to formally apply for a specific position, you will create a Pink Nannies candidate profile*. This is where you will upload your resume and other requested documents and information. Once you’ve uploaded everything, we will review it and get back to you if we have any questions.

*We are able to move forward with candidates once they have successfully completed their profile in its entirety, including requested uploaded documents like a resume or CPR/First Aid certification.The faster this is completed, the faster we can start sharing how awesome you are with families!

When do I start meeting directly with families?

Once your vetting process has been completed by members of our staff, we'll look at your profile and send your profile to families whose positions you have expressed interest in. When families are excited to meet you and learn more, a member of the Pink Nannies team will reach out to coordinate an interview. If you do not hear from us, you were not selected for that position. Don’t get discouraged, though! We update our job board (link) with new opportunities regularly, and you can reapply for other positions.

How do I submit my application for a specific job?

Visit our open jobs on the Pink Nannies Job Board. When deciding whether to apply, be sure to review the location, commute, ages of children, family dynamics, job expectations, duties, schedule, hourly rate range, benefits package, and start date by reading the description thoroughly. If you agree to all of the specifics and are interested in applying, you can do so by clicking the “I’m Interested” button at the bottom of the job description*. We will review your application and may then submit your profile to the family. If you do not hear from us, you were unfortunately not selected to move forward in the hiring process.

*Pink Nannies automatically receives notifications if a candidate applies to a specific job. Please do not call or email letting us know that you are interested.

Can you hold off on calling my references until after I have accepted the job offer?

We are unable to hold off on contacting references until after a job offer has been accepted. Part of our screening and vetting process is ensuring that Pink Nannies is approving professional, experienced, and reliable applicants to submit to families. One way we do this is by contacting your most recent references to verify your employment history.

The experience of having my own children counts as professional childcare experience, right?

Pink Nannies respects and admires parents and recognizes that raising one’s own children can teach you a lot. However, this is broadly not considered in the nannying industry as professional experience because nannying requires a different and unique set of skills, including but not limited to the ability to work in a private home, raise children according to the norms and philosophy of the family employing you, and so on. Therefore, Pink Nannies requires applicants to have 3+ years of professional, paid experience.

Other Nany Questions

Why don't babysitting gigs, temp jobs, or jobs I had before I turned 18 factors into the calculation of my childcare experience?

Though any work experience is valuable, we're especially interested in any you've had in the professional realm since turning 18. Regular employment with a family, school, daycare, childcare center, or camp, whether full- or part-time, qualifies as professional experience.

I'd like to bring my child with me to work; is that okay?

Similarly to most other professional environments (including those that the parents who work with Pink Nannies work in), none of our positions offer bringing your “tag-alongs” with you to work.

Why wasn't I chosen for any of the jobs I applied for?

The competition for our open positions is fierce. Only roughly 10% of candidates are even considered! But don't give up hope! As you gain experience and new qualifications, you can update your application and submit it again.

Why do I have to interview again if I've previously talked to Pink Nannies?

If it's been longer than a few months since your last interview, we need to know what you've been up to and why you're seeking a new opportunity. We'll send you a link to schedule an interview with our team.

How quickly will I land a job?

There are several variables to consider, like the state of the employment market, the time of year, your geographic area, your level of experience, and your educational and professional credentials, to name a few. Not every job seeker will discover their ideal position within a week, and some may never find one at all. Your chances of landing a position through Pink Nannies will increase if you are professional, prompt, and pleasant, and follow all of our recommendations and guidance.