Project Date Night is currently looking for excellent nannies and babysitters to join our network. We have 10 available spots to fill, so don’t delay! 
Requirements to qualify for an in-person interview (via our online application form):
  • An up to date resume (with a full list of your childcare experience).
  • A minimum of three references (preferably from families in NYC, but not limited to).
  • Current and valid adult and pediatric CPR, First Aid and AED certification (From  The Red Cross or American Heart Association - not set to expire within the next 6 months).
  • Availability to work a minimum of 5 times per month. At this time, we are seeking those with preferably morning to afternoon availability  (8am-3pm). 
  • Prior knowledge preferred (or willingness to learn) of how to use various digital communication solutions like Slack, Google shared calendars and Gmail. Since we use these platforms as our main source of communication and scheduling, this is a firm requirement. 
  •  Fluency in English – both spoken and written.
  • Willingness to undergo a background and reference check ( to be conducted after an in-person interview).
If you meet all of the above criteria, we are looking forward to hearing from you! Following the prompts to the next page where you will find a secondary set of questions. These need to be answered in order to apply to join our team at Project Date Night.
We recommend that you allot a minimum of 30 minutes to go through all the questions. This way you can be as thorough as possible. If your application is accepted, you will receive follow up correspondence and steps to schedule an in-person interview.



We will run the background check upon acceptance of your application. The cost is $40.

We are sorry but you cannot apply without agreeing to a background check. 

Personal Information


What schools and courses so far have you attended?

Required Documentation

In this section, we'll ask you for all the necessary documentation.


Can be a picture or a scan of your ID ( passport, drivers license, etc)

Upload your updated resume.

Upload your CPR certificate.

Please send us a smiley photo of yourself taken outside, in front of greenery, no sunglasses.


Provide us with contact information of your references. Let us know how long were you working for each of the family.

Reference one

Reference two

Reference three

Your Childcare Experience

This is the longest part of our application form - please take your time to answer each question thoroughly. In this section, we will ask you questions about your experience working as a childcare provider as well as your work ethics, your childcare ideas and preferences, and your own lifestyle.


In what capacity have you worked with children?


What children's age groups do you have experience with?

Tell us about your childcare style


Are you a wizard in potty training, sleep training, or maybe feeding picky eaters?

Can you plan play-dates? Are you always on the go, out and about with your little charges or prefer the indoors?

What do you do when a child refuses to go to sleep? What do you think is the best way to handle tantrums?

Personal Preferences


Would you consider yourself computer/tech savvy? We use several apps for communication and email updates so you must be able to access and utilize these with ease.

Do you have any allergies to cats, dogs or other pets? Are you uncomfortable around or scared of any particular pets?

Tell us about your hobbies, biggest life loves and your dislikes. Are you an avid runner, book reader or an amazing baker?

What makes you stand out and why? Think outside the box. Please stay away from sentences similar to " I love children!" etc. We already assume you do as that is a mandatory trait in order to this job well.