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    Default nanny in frankston

    I am looking for a nanny to work in frankston. I am mum to 3 kids ranging from 18 months to 8. Need care 5 days a fortnight from 4.30 until 7.30 pm. More a mother's helper role. Any help on where to find a nanny privately or through an agency, starting as early as next week. thanks.

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    I live very close to you and had great success advertising for a mothers help on GumTree. I had over 10 applicants and was very happy with 4 of them. I advertised for a student etc for $10 and hour or $15 if I wasn't home.
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    thanks, whats gumtree

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    A free website to buy/trade/sell etc.
    Not sure if I'm allowed to post the link.
    www.gumtree.com.au
    Follow the links to your local area

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    thanks for this. what about ebay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pianolady View Post
    thanks for this. what about ebay?
    Ummmm. You could try. I wouldn't bother though.

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    You could also try your local 'buy sell swap' page on fb ...

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    Hi, I'm a professional nanny for two separate families and I found both jobs through-

    wwww.findababysitter.com

    Hundreds of nannies and families all over Melbourne looking for the right match- you place a free add of what you are looking for and nannies who are interested will respond. You can also just browse the profiles of nannies in your area.
    Few tips-
    Make sure anyone you hire has a police check and first aid training is a big plus.
    Good luck : )

    http://www.findababysitter.com.au

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    any other ideas where i can advertise online? I have decided an agency isn't for me, as it costs too much.

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    Local paper or a sign up at uni/tafe etc


 

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