salaries & fees

Permanent Salaries from April 2020 through norland agency

Salary ranges depend upon the Norland Nanny's experience, work history and the number of hours required by the client. All salaries are quoted in gross per year and do not include employers' National Insurance contributions. 

A daily position is normally 50 hours per week; a residential position is normally 60 hours per week. This is then calculated pro rata for part time positions. The ranges below are as a guideline only, individual Norland Nanny’s salaries may be higher than those quoted.

(Gross per year)

First year as a qualified Norland Nanny

With 2 years' experience as a qualified Norland Nanny

With 3-4 years' experience as a qualified Norland Nanny

With 5+ years' experience as a qualified Norland Nanny

London (Daily)

£39,000 to £66,500++

From £39,000

Approx. £44,000

Approx. £49,000

Up to £66,500+

London (Residential)

£30,000 to £46,000++

From £30,000

Approx. £33,000

Approx. £41,000

Up to £46,000+

Home Counties* & the South East (Daily)

£33,500 to £49,000 ++

From £33,500

Approx. £36,000

Approx. £43,000

Up to £49,000+

Home Counties* & the South East (Residential)

£28,000 to £46,000 ++

From £28,000

Approx. £33,500

Approx. £39,000

Up to £46,000+

Regional (Daily)

£32,000 to £45,000 ++

From £32,000

Approx. £34,500

Approx. £38,500

Up to £45,000+

Regional (Residential)

£27,500 to £42,000 ++

From £27,500

Approx. £32,000

Approx. £35,000

Up to £42,000+


£45,000 to £80,000 ++

From £45,000

Approx. £53,000

Approx. £60,000

Up to £80,000+

These are purely guidelines and will vary depending on your specific job requirements. Salaries based on 50 hours per week daily, and 60 hours per week residential.

*Home Counties include Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, Surrey, and Sussex.

When working overseas the Nanny will need to continue to make National Insurance contributions in order to claim UK state benefits.

All permanent nanny employers are responsible for paying a gross salary and responsible for the deduction and payment of Income Tax and National Insurance contributions. All gross figures quoted above include Income Tax and National Insurance but exclude Employers National Insurance. Employers must provide a written statement of earnings (payslip) and deductions to the Norland Nanny on a monthly basis. The companies listed here will be able to help with this.

Permanent Placement Fees

For all permanent Norland Nanny placements a one-off fee payment is made to Norland Agency, which is invoiced on the day that the Norland Nanny starts a position.

NB: Fees are based on gross salaries, using Nannytax gross to net tables for employees working on a standard tax code + NI.

Position Fees

UK-based Norland Nanny

Standard fee

13% gross annual salary + VAT

Twins Trust member fee

12% gross annual salary + VAT

Overseas Norland Nanny

Standard fee

17% gross annual salary + VAT

Twins Trust member fee

16% gross annual salary + VAT


Norland Agency proudly supports the charity Twins Trust (formerly TAMBA) and offers all Twins Trust members a discount on the Agency fees as listed in the table above. 

Every effort will be made to introduce suitable applicants, but the final decision to engage a Norland Nanny must be the employer's responsibility. Please note - names of Norland Nannies are given to employers in the strictest confidence. Should they be passed on to other employers and subsequently engaged, the usual placement fee will be charged.

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