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Frequently Asked Questions
Complete the application to be a care provider here. Upon completion, you will be contacted for a phone interview to review and confirm your application details. From there, we will call your references directly. Positive feedback will result in an invitation to meet with us in person and begin the background check process. Upon completion of a clean background check you would then begin our online training. The training takes about 2 to 4 weeks depending on your pace. After successfully completing the training we will add you to our roster according to your available schedule and message you when bookings are available.
No, you do not. 365 ECS welcomes care providers from all backgrounds. However, you must have excellent English communication skills and be able to legally work in the US.
Yes, you must be at least 17 years old in order to work.
The current average hourly rate for care providers in the DMV area is $15-$22 per hour. We are sure to consider any degrees and certifications.
As a care provider, your job is to provide loving, nurturing care for a family’s child(ren). You are an integral part of a child’s life, and your influence can help guide a child for years to come.

Depending on the age of the child(ren), your childcare responsibilities may include reading books, playing fun educational games, driving to activities or play dates, preparing meals, helping with homework, doing their laundry, and keeping their bedrooms and play areas clean and organized.
Currently 365 ECS does not offer health insurance.
Yes, 365 ECS has a plan covering each employee while they are clocked in details are listed in the handbook.
Search time varies based on the candidate’s background and client requirements. A candidate’s search may be as short as a week or as long as several months. Typically average placement time for full-time, permanent nannies is two to eight weeks.