A live in nanny cares for infants and toddlers at their homes and lives with them. She provides help to parents in the accomplishment of the requirements of their children. Also referred as a babysitter, a nanny is accountable for taking care of new born and children up to the age of 12 by providing assistance to their physical, educational, dietary, social, emotional and additional needs.

An attractive cover letter is important for live-in nanny resume because it is your first impression on your prospective employer. For your convenience, we have created an excellent example which will help you obtaining your desired job.


Live In Nanny Cover Letter Sample


583 Example South Street
Houston, TX 12247
(888) 888-0188
sara.hamilton @ email . com

July 17, 2015

Mr. John Doe
89 Example South Street
Houston, TX 87745


Dear Mr. Doe:

I would like to express a genuine interest in the position of live-in nanny with your family. As an honest and punctual professional who has over 5 years of experience an child care arena, I would like to contribute to the physical and mental development of your children.

During my experience as a babysitter and a child care worker, I gained expertise in the different aspects of child care such as; providing guidance for their academic needs, working with parents to control their activities, taking care of their dietary needs, and providing first aid in case of emergencies. In addition, I am expert in taking care of infants; feeding, diaper changing alike. Besides regular nanny duties, I have a demonstrated ability to perform housekeeping tasks and run errands in an efficient way.

I believe these are the kinds of skills and abilities you are seeking in a Live-in Nanny. I would appreciate a chance to meet with you to talk about this further. I will call you next week to see if  a meeting can be arranged. If you require contacting me prior to then, you may reach me at (888) 888-0188 or via email at sara.hamilton @ email . com.

Thank you for your time and consideration.



Sara Hamilton

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Tip: Add job specific skills required in the advertisement in the second paragraph.