On the Job
Nannies care for children in private households and provide support and expertise to parents in satisfying children's physical, emotional, intellectual, and social needs.
Typical Work Tasks
People who work in this career often:
- Administer basic health care or medical treatments.
- Administer first aid.
- Develop daily schedules for children or families.
- Perform housekeeping duties.
- Provide escort or transportation.
- Drive vehicles to transport patrons.
- Teach daily living skills or behaviors.
- Teach health or hygiene practices.
- Monitor environment to ensure safety.
- Monitor health or behavior of people or animals.
Typical Working Conditions
- Having face-to-face discussions.
- Freedom to make decisions without supervision.
- Working in a closed vehicle or equipment.
- The freedom to determine tasks, priorities, and goals.
- Being in situations in which conflicts arise.
- Working with a group or team.
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