Interviewing for a nanny role is a skill rooted in finding the right balance between professionalism and selling yourself, and warmth and being yourself. It can be tricky, and for some people it’s something that only becomes easier with practise. Add today’s virtual + pandemic age and interviews often take place virtually, which can add a level of challenge and awkwardness.
Head over to read my blog post at Nanager with tips on how to prepare and take the technology complications of video interviews out of the equation so you can focus on getting to know each other during the interview. Remember, you don’t have to have professional tools set up to make it work – just look at my makeshift laptop stand in my ‘home office’ (living room)!