Someone from bright horizons has reached out to me and asked if I was interested in a position. Basically bright horizons has a program for back up care. Families that have tmobile or microsoft, etc can go to bright horizons and hire a back up nanny. I was told that this job is on call with 2-3 days notice, possibly 1.
There are not garunteed hours, but the more open my schedule is, the more hours I can work. Pay is 15-17 an hour depending on education, which im sure I will get $17 an hour since i have an ECE degree. They told me most of their nannies work 40-50 hours a week. I'm thinking this might be a good job. I get the advantage of meeting new families and not having to stick to one family, as I know finding a decent longterm nanny position is difficult. This job gives me the opportunity to choose my schedule and be able to work with different people. How do you all feel about this? I think it might be something great for me. I have an interactive interview at bright horizons so they can see how i act in unfamiliar settings since this job will 99% consist of unfamiliar settings.