Your Babysitter

Register as a Babysitter

 

Registering as a babysitter will give you exclusive access to our online families. You will be able to search for families in need of a babysitter, nanny or aupair within Australia, including Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne  and Victoria.

To find a family that suits you, register online today!

Registering as a babysitter will give you exclusive access to our online families. You will be able to search for families in need of a babysitter, nanny or aupair within Australia, including Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne  and Victoria.

To find a family that suits you, register online today!

 

Your Babysitter Membership Details

Choose a user name *
Choose a password *
Confirm your password *
Are you currently available to work? Helpful Tips
If you click yes you will be included in search results.

If you click no you will be hidden until you select yes again.
Yes No

Your Personal Details

First Name *
Last Name *
Sex
Female Male
Date of Birth
 dd/mm/yyyy
Photo (optional)
Home Number
Mobile Number
Address
Country
Region
Suburb
Postcode *
Email *

Babysitting Details, Preferences and Availability

I am a babysitter or a nanny?
Babysitter Nanny
Number of children I prefer to work with
1
2
3
4+
Children's ages I am comfortable with
0 - 1 years
1 - 2 years
2 - 4 years
5 - 7 years
7+ years
Do I have a current First Aid Certificate?
No Yes
Do I have a license & my own car available for use when babysitting?
No Yes
Have I had a police check? Helpful Tips
A police check is done nationally and is conducted by the Australian Federal Police. It is a personal check for names, dates of birth and any prior records. In Australia it is illegal to work with children in schools or at any other childcare industry premises without a police check - so it is in your best interest that you obtain one as it will help you in securing a job. You can apply for one online for a fee of $56.00 (prices vary State by State) at www.mypolicecheck.com.au or for further information you can check out the web sites below.

QLD Police check
www.police.qld.gov.au

QLD Blue Card
www.childcomm.qld.gov.au/employment

WA Working with Children Check
www.checkwwc.wa.qov.au

NSW Police Check
www.kids.nsw.gov.au/check

SA Police Check
www.sapolice.sa.gov.au

TAS Police Check
www.police.tas.gov.au

VIC Police Check
www.justice.vic.gov.au/workingwithchildren
No Yes
Am I a smoker?
No Yes
Am I willing to work with pets?
No Yes
How far am I willing to travel?
Do I prefer to live in?
No Yes
Preferred work status
Casual
Full Time
Part Time
Holidays
Availability and preferred pay
Tick which boxes best suit you and choose your preferred pay rate for this time
  Day Afternoon Night
Mon
Tues
Wed
Thur
Fri
Sat
Sun
Hourly pay $ $ $
My personal statement
Helpful Tips
  1. "KISS" - Keep It Short and Simple.
  2. Provide a short overview of your background : education and/or professional
  3. Describe your previous experience, e.g. age of children you have cared for and how long you have worked with them.
  4. Mention what days and hours you are looking for.
  5. Do Not publish - your surname, address, e-mail or phone numbers.
  6. Mention the range of pay rate you are expecting.
  7. Add in any specific skills you have to offer, e.g. other languages, working with special needs or ages.
  8. Personalise it by explaining what kind of person you are, e.g. fun, caring, energetic.
  9. Explaining that you are quite flexible with hours, days and time, this can help improve your chances of getting a job faster.
  10. Try and sign off in a nice and friendly way, e.g. "hope to hear from you soon"