Nannies provide both physical and emotional care to children under their care. In many cases, nannies are also required to assist children with their educational needs.

Not everyone can be a nanny; working at this position is both physically and emotionally challenging and most employers prefer that they hire trained nannies. People with sizeable experience and a clean employment record have a good chance of obtaining employment at this position. Prospective employers are sure to make a background check on people they hire as nannies for their children which is why it is important for nannies to obtain reference letters when they switch jobs.

For entry level first time nannies having no experience in hand, it is important to make a good impression when writing a resume as this may be the only chance to put forward your suitability profile in front of a prospective employer. Have a look at the following resume example for the position of a nanny without experience.


Entry Level Nanny Resume No Experience


Nicole Codman

848 Northcrest Commons Cir, Nashville, TN 89122
Cellular: (999) 999-9999, Email:


Fun, loving and nurturing individual looking for a position as a Nanny. Possess exceptional enthusiasm and creativity along with formal care giving training aimed at providing children with the best in emotional and physical care.

✔ Bottles preparation✔ Dressing✔ Cleaning /washing
✔ Diaper changing✔ Washing / ironing✔ Discipline reinforcement
✔  Bath supervision✔ Meals /snacks preparation✔ Errands/Shopping
✔ Activities coordination✔ Transporting children✔ Light housekeeping

• Highly progressive and imaginative with a keen interest in developing and implementing child care curriculums
• Adept at engaging children in dramatic play in order to meet their intellectual and social needs
• Ability to encourage imaginative play and implement appropriate care-giving structures
• Trained in Infant CPR and First Aid

Nashville High School, Nashville, TN
High School Diploma – 2010


Worked as a babysitter in a personal capacity during weekends and holidays:

• Provided physical and emotional support to infants, toddlers and preteens
• Prepared age-appropriate food items and fed ward by following specific schedules
• Changed diapers and bathed children
• Chaperoned children to play dates and outdoor excursions
• Picked and dropped children to and from daycare centers and schools
• Assisted school going children with homework
• Accompanied children to doctors’ appointments
• Performed light housekeeping duties

• Volunteered as a Community Guide for the Children’s Community Center, Nashville
• Provided volunteer support to the SOS Children’s Village by babysitting infants while care givers were away on vacation