We'll put you in touch with 100s of families

Want to be connected to families looking for babysitters? Do you have a valid Working with Children Check?

If you answered yes to both of these, we’ll help you find babysitting jobs.

Kin Sitters gives you access to a large network of families who need a babysitter in your local area, so you can work flexibly and close to home. Best of all, you’ll earn a substantial hourly rate.

Families looking for babysitters

What you earn is dependent on your qualifications

BRONZE
$18 / per hour
SILVER
$23 / per hour
GOLD
$28 / per hour
18+ years old
Working with Children Check
National Police History Check
First Aid Qualification
Diploma in Early Childhood
Education & Care
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BRONZE
$18 / per hour
18+ years old
Working with Children Check
National Police History Check
First Aid Qualification
Diploma in Early Childhood
Education & Care
Register Now
SILVER
$23 / per hour
18+ years old
Working with Children Check
National Police History Check
First Aid Qualification
Diploma in Early Childhood
Education & Care
Register Now
GOLD
$28 / per hour
18+ years old
Working with Children Check
National Police History Check
First Aid Qualification
Diploma in Early Childhood
Education & Care
Register Now
Find babysitting jobs on the Kin app

Kin is FREE to download
and simple to use

  1. Download the app
  2. Register and create your profile
  3. Upload your qualifications and ID for verification
  4. Once approved, receive job notifications
  5. Payment is transferred directly to your bank account

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FAQ

You will receive a direct bank transfer within 48 hours of job completion to your nominated bank account.
The WWC Check is a compulsory screening strategy across Australia for people who engage in certain paid or unpaid work with children, described as “child-related work” under the Working with Children (Criminal Record Checking) Act 2004.It is free for students to apply for a WWC card.The WWC Check includes a National Police History Check, but is different from a National Police Certificate because it involves the ongoing collection and assessment of information that is relevant to whether a child may be exposed to a risk of harm should a person engage in child-related work.The WWC Check aims to protect children by:
  • deterring people from applying to work with children where they have a relevant charge or conviction on their criminal record that indicates they may harm a child;
  • detecting new charges and convictions of those people who hold a current WWC Card and preventing them from continuing to engage in child-related work where their criminal record and behaviour indicates they may harm a child;
  • mark>protecting children by creating awareness that safeguarding children is a whole of community responsibility.
Jobs are allocated on a first come, first served basis. If a parent puts the job out to multiple carers, the first to accept it gets the job.
Kin charge NO subscription or ongoing membership fees, just an hourly rate for completed jobs.
If a parent cancels within 24 hours of the job commencing, the parent is charged 50% of the total job and the carer will receive this amount. If the parent cancels with greater than 24 hours notice, the parent is refunded the full price of the job and no payment is received by the carer.

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