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 How to Find a Nanny in San Francisco Bay Area 
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Post How to Find a Nanny in San Francisco Bay Area
by: Doreen Lee

These days, looking for a nanny in San Francisco Bay Area is relatively easier considering that parents like you have a variety of resources available at your disposal. You can find suitable candidates from both online and offline channels. The idea is to find out how to sift through your options to arrive at the most reliable candidate for the job that you require.

When it comes to finding the right nanny for your child, you shouldn’t compromise anything. After all, your child deserves the most reliable nanny in San Francisco Bay Area and you owe it to your peace of mind to find just that. You’re going to entrust your child to this person so you have to take the time to go over all the possible candidates.

Ask for referrals to a good nanny in San Francisco Bay Area

A good way to start your search for a suitable nanny is to ask around. You want to talk to your family, friends, and even their contacts. Ask them if they can refer you to a good candidate. You can ask the other parents from your child’s school, for instance, or you can go to local parenting resource centers in your area. You can post a notice on your neighborhood bulletin board or through online sources such as BabyCenter.

Go to the local nanny schools

You can also try asking for referrals through local nanny training programs. In San Jose, CA, for instance, the California Nanny Network offers training courses for those who want to become caregivers. If your community sponsors caregiver and babysitting training programs, you can also inquire with the staff so they can refer you to their participants later on.

Going online for nanny search

If you can’t spare time to pore over a phone directory to find a suitable nanny in San Francisco Bay Area, going through the Internet could make the errand easier for you to fulfill. Run a couple of searches through localized classifieds such as Craigslist SF Bay Area or Kijiji.

You can also opt to go to specialized websites that offer nanny referral services. SitterCity, for instance, has a diverse database of caregivers from the Bay Area. It also has useful tools that can help you narrow down your search. You just need to tick off the qualifications that you expect from your nanny in San Francisco Bay Area (e.g. first aid training, college degree) and the site will help you find matches according to your search.

Aside from this website, you can also try Nanny Network, a site that connects most online agencies to help you get as many possible candidates from your area as possible. The good thing about going online for your nanny search is that you get access to a variety of options as well as to various resources on screening potential candidates later on. You can also take this opportunity to find out more about what is expected of you as an employer after you’ve hired your nanny.

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