Morningside Nannies is always looking to expand our pool of qualified temporary nannies and babysitters. If you have a genuine love of children and meet our minimum qualifications for referral consideration, we invite you to apply to be part of the Morningside Nannies temporary caregiver team.
To be eligible for referral, all candidates must:
If you meet our minimum criteria, we invite you to stop by our Houston office Monday through Friday between 9am and 3pm to complete an application and meet with a placement specialist. Please bring with you your driver’s license, Social Security card, proof of automobile insurance and your CPR certification card. You will also need to provide contact information for all of your previous employers and for personal and professional references. Allow at least two hours to complete the application and speak with a placement specialist.
Houston Nanny, the temporary services branch of Morningside Nannies helps parents find temporary, back-up, short-term, part-time and summer childcare. Our nannies and babysitters make work with families for a few hours one day or for up to a three month assignment.
Our nannies and sitters provide:
We receive both same day and future date childcare requests. All childcare requests have at least a four hour minimum of care. Even if the family needs only two hours of coverage, our caregivers are paid for a minimum of four hours.
We receive childcare requests for coverage during school breaks and when parents experience a gap in their regular childcare coverage. Short-term assignments may last from two days to three months.
We receive childcare requests for temporary childcare. Temporary assignments may last from a few days to three months. Parents may request temporary care when their typical childcare arrangements fall through, when they are traveling to Houston or when there is a gap in their childcare coverage.
We receive both same day and future requests for back-up childcare. Our back-up childcare providers supplement parent’s ongoing childcare arrangements. Our back-up caregivers may provide care if a caregiver is sick or on vacation or otherwise unavailable to provide care.
We receive requests for before and after school coverage. Typically parents request caregivers for one to two hours before school and two to four hours after school. Our caregivers may also be responsible for transporting children to and from school.
We receive requests for same day sick child care. Children who are mildly ill and as a result can’t attend daycare may require care in the comfort of their own home. Our caregivers care for children with mild fevers and common childhood ailments like ear infections and viral illnesses.
We receive requests for newborn care specialists who will work 12 or 24 hour shifts providing care for newborns. Newborn care specialists must have extensive experience caring for newborns and some have specialized training.
We receive requests for overnight care from parents who need to travel for work or pleasure. Our nannies and sitters may spend one night or more caring for the family’s children in their private home.
We receive requests for summer nannies. Parents begin making their summer childcare arrangements in March and April. College students, teachers and others available for summer employment should apply as soon as possible to be sure they’re files are activated prior to when parents begin seeking seasonal care.