Wealthy parents offer £70,000 salary to full-time nanny

London couple seek nanny to work ’24/7, seven days a week’ to look after their children aged three and nine months and cook healthy meals – but you DO get paid £70,000 a year and get every second week off

  • Multilingual family who live in Knightsbridge, are hiring a full-time nanny 
  • Employee must ‘solely focus’ on son, aged three and nine-month-old daughter
  • Duties include helping with bath time, weaning, potty training and cooking 
  • Nanny receives a £70,000 salary and opportunities to travel the world  

An ultra-rich Russian-American family are looking for an ‘experienced nanny’ to be live in their eight-bedroom Knightsbridge home and travel the world with them.  

Recruitment company Polo & Tweed took to Facebook to advertise for a nanny to look after a three-year-old boy and his nine-month-old sister for a busy multilingual family at their fully staffed home.

The advert explains the full-time nanny will be expected to work 24/7 seven days a week long-term according to a rota, in exchange for perks including opportunities to travel the world and a £70,000 salary. 

The successful candidate will be given the opportunity to travel the globe and receive a £70,000 salary

Are YOU qualified to be a £70,000-a-year nanny?


  • Experience working with babies
  • Long-term availability
  • Strong English skills
  • Flexibility 
  • Happy to travel regularly
  • Available 7 days a week
  • 24 hour shifts 
  • Knowledge of healthy diet & lifestyle 
  • Pet friendly 
  • Team player 
  • Organised 
  • Languages (a bonus) 
  • Perks 
  • Live-in accommodation 
  • Global travel
  • £70,000 salary 


The listing reveals the successful candidate will be working alternate shifts to their other full-time rota nanny.

Applicants must be willing to work 24 hours for seven days, while be willing to be on call at night should the children need assistance.

While shifts require intensive focus of the children, the rota allows for the nanny to then have 7 days off where they can choose to live out.

The busy household who are Russian and American, are beginning their search for a nanny because the maternity nurse who was caring for the baby is due to finish her contract. 

Evidently wealthy, as the staff includes a housekeeper and chef, the family are hoping to find ‘someone who is committed, down to earth and flexible’. 

The successful nanny is expected to be a team player who is confident with both the baby and their toddler.

They also want the candidate to be pet friendly because they’re considering getting a small dog in the future. 

A wealthy family who lives in Knightsbridge, have opened up applications for the role of a £70,000 nanny to care for their two children (file image)

Despite being a multilingual household, the family are willing to possibly hire a nanny who only speaks English but say additional languages are a bonus. 

Searching for someone to start as soon as possible, the advert reads: ‘Your duties will be fully focused on the two children. 

‘You should be confident with babies, able to help them grow and develop and be confident with the different stages including weaning, potty training etc. 

‘In the evening, you’ll be an extra pair of hands with the parents, helping with bath time and the bed routine. You should be fun, patient, and most importantly have a love of children and their development and education.

‘You should be easy-going and willing to get stuck into family life and routine. You should be well organised and flexible, and looking for a long-term position. The household is fully staffed, so no housekeeping duties or driving duties are required and you will be solely focused on the two children.

‘You should be willing to play and plan fun activities and help encourage healthy food and lifestyle choices! The chef works part time, and on the days off you’d need to help with the food for the children.

‘You should be happy to travel with the family, and travel as required around the world.’   

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