Salary Guide for Nannies, Housekeepers and Maternity Nurses
Deciding on the salary for your employee might be confusing.
Before you decide what to pay your Nanny, Housekeeper, Nanny/Housekeeper or Maternity Nurse you should consider their experience, qualifications and skills.
Nannies` and Housekeepers` wages are usually quoted as weekly ‘net’ earnings and you as an employer will be required to pay for the NI and taxes on top of their weekly or monthly wage. For more information about Nanny tax please visit https://www.nannytax.co.uk/
Nanny and Housekeeper salary guide, based on current market *
|Position||Hours per week||Weekly net salary|
|Nanny Live-out||40-60||£10 +ph|
|Nanny Live-in||40-60||£350 – £500+|
|Housekeeper Live-in||40-60||£350 – £500+|
* Salaries depend on the amount of working hours and days in the week, candidates’ experience, qualifications and particular skills.
Maternity nurses work 5, 5.5 or 6 days a week, 24 hours shifts or an 8 – 12 hour shifts during days or nights only. Maternity nurses are self-employed and their salaries depend on experience, location, qualifications and whether they are responsible for a single baby, twins or triplets.
Maternity Nurse salary guide, based on current market *
|Day or Night||8-12hrs||£14-£16+ph|
|Bank Holidays||–||1.5 or 2 times usual rate|
*Salaries depend on the amount of working hours and days in the week, candidates’ experience, qualifications and particular skills.