The Nanny League


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Newborn Care Specialist / Baby Nurse


NCS holding infant

AUSTIN, TX (LOCAL CANDIDATES PREFERRED) - Lovely family who recently moved to Austin is seeking a 24/7 NEWBORN CARE SPECIALIST to help care for their newborn arriving at the end of April 2024. The family has two older daughters, ages 4-years-old and 20-months-old, who have a separate full-time nanny. They are seeking someone to join their family when their baby girl arrives (end of April) through September.


The family is located in central Austin and will spend the majority of their time there. They would like the candidate who is willing to travel with them to stay in Pacific Palisades, CA for July - September of 2024.


The NCS is fully responsible for the newborn. Mom plans on nursing the baby in addition to pumping for bottle feeding. Both homes have their own private bedroom and bathroom for the NCS, however, the family would like the NCS to stay in the baby's room initially. The ideal candidate would be someone who speaks Spanish or can briefly conversate with the other children’s nanny who exclusively speaks Spanish. 


The family prefers standard baby vaccines but has no Covid vaccination preference at this time. Pay is commensurate based on experience. Start date is the end of April (mom has a scheduled induction). 


BA/BS college degree | AA in related field of study 

CPR/First Aid Certification (renew as needed)

Ability to make a one-year commitment unless applying for a temporary position

A passion for working with children

Two+ years childcare experience

Excellent work and personal references

U.S. driver's license (this does not apply to NYC residents)

Complete Stop the Silence Training upon Membership
Fluent in English/Bilingual a plus

Competent swimmer


Willing to go through extensive Background Check

Must be Live-Scanned and registered with Trustline if CA resident

Willingness to show proof of immunizations

No-cell phone driving signed guarantee

Must be eligible to work in the U.S.

Number of Hours Per Week



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