Nanny Resume Tips

Your childcare expertise has outgrown the average nanny job description. Use your resume to help loving parents find the best caregiver for their family - you!

Nanny Resume Highlights - Skills and Responsibilities

Don’t just list skills; highlight your attention to each unique child’s needs:

  • Childcare
  • Meal preparation
  • Certifications
  • Multiple languages

Nanny Resume Highlights - Success Stories

Show and tell special interests, challenges and problem-solving. Remember to use discretion for past clients:

  • Scheduling & transportation
  • Activity planning
  • Potty training
  • Continuing education

Nanny Resume Example

Full-time Nanny, Osman Family, Barrington, WV
September 2006 - December 2012


  • Childcare: Full-time caregiver to three children, starting from age three months of first daughter. Responsible for care, hygiene, entertaining, transportation, and guiding development, as well as light housekeeping.
  • Meal preparation: Plan menus and prepare nutritious meals for infant through school-age children, paying special consideration to multiple allergens, including tree nuts and dairy.
  • CPR Certified: Current in infant and toddler CPR certification, American Red Cross.


  • Coordinated drop off and pick up for 5-day school-age schedule, 3-day preschool schedule, and multiple extracurricular commitments. Also managed infant care and nap schedule between transports.
  • Effectively potty-trained two older siblings before age three. Developed positive, rewarding approach, carefully watching individual readiness. Zero relapse or bedwetting.
  • 15 hours provider and child development training, annually, 2010-2013.

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