Job Descriptions & Salaries



The salary guidelines are valid for jobs in South Africa only. Salaries for the Middle East and other countries will be quoted on application. Salaries vary depending on qualifications, experience and job description.

Job
Au Pairs / Nannies
Maternity Nurse /Nannies
Teachers / Tutors / Facilitators
Age Range 21 to 50 years 30 – 55 years 23 – 55 years
Skills & experience & other requirements
  • A relevant qualification and/or a minimum of 1-2 years of formal childcare experience
  • First Aid qualification & valid driver's license
  • Reliable vehicle
  • Contactable references
  • Fulltime: 40 to 55 hours per week
  • Part time: 15 – 35 hours per week
  • Experienced & acquainted with recent newborn care practices & routines and/or relevant qualifications
  • First Aid – essential & up to date
  • Shift work - 12 hours
  • Multiples experience a bonus
  • Excellent references
  • Experienced or have a special skill / qualification
  • Valid driver's license and reliable vehicle
  • Available mornings or afternoons
  • Proven track record of tutoring / facilitating
  • Special needs experience a bonus

Salary per month.

Salaries & hourly rate are largely based on qualifications & experience
  • Full-time: R12000 – R20000 per month
  • Part-time: R3600 – R10000 per month. Hourly rates between R75 – R95 per hour
Part time salaries are determined by hourly rate and number of hours per week. Formula: Hours per week x hourly rate x 4.33 weeks per month = SALARY
  • Maternity nurses are paid by shift and rate will vary according to the number of babies in her care at one time:
  • R500 per shift for one infant
  • Add R150 per shift per extra infant
  • Paid by the hour and hourly rates are determined by the level of skill/experienced required
  • R120 – R180 per hour

Mileage rates

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Rates are generally between R2.50 to R4.50 per km depending on the vehicle
  • This is generally not applicable for Maternity Nurses/Nannies unless they are required to drive the infant in their own vehicles.
  • As with Au Pairs
  • Generally speaking, you are not required to drive children in this category but there are exceptions.