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One Wonderful Sitter
For regular work, when you need someone to be there at the same time and/or days each week.
A Few Fabulous Sitters
For occasional work, when you need a couple of people to rely on as your needs change.
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Our mission is to create the easiest and most trusted platform to hire in-home child care.
We are sisters, business partners and mums. All three of us have experienced the hassle and pain of trying to hire babysitters as we juggle being working professionals and parents.
The SitClique platform takes the challenge out of hiring a caring and reliable babysitter or nanny.
We want all women to have the opportunity to gain financial independence without being limited by their responsibilities at home. SitClique empowers women, supporting them to continue their careers while creating careers for carers. Women supporting women, to help create an equal world.
“As far as your service went – it was AMAZING. I had no idea where to start, what agency sites to trust, how to interview or advertise, and you just made it all happen and for such a reasonable price. I loved the pre-recorded interviews, that saved me from asking those sort of questions and all I had to do with my interview was ask when they could start! I can’t think of anything that I think could be done better or differently. I’ve recommended you to my mothers group and will do for anyone that asks about babysitting or nanny services.” Kat, Brisbane.
“Thank you SitCliq for organising a babysitter for us last night! Georgina was lovely and our boys adored her! The whole process was very easy!” Tracy, Port Macquarie
“Thank you SitClique for organising our sitters Sheridan and Sarah this weekend. Both girls were amazing. I was very comfortable leaving my son with them. We went out and had no worries while we were gone. I would use both of them again.” Bec, Sydney.
“I recently attended a SitClique meet & greet, such a great idea & it was so reassuring to be able to meet the sitters (& for them to meet parents!). I felt comfortable enough & happy to book our first non-family babysitter ever and the whole process was so straight forward.
The babysitter was exceptional, I left for an evening out feeling relaxed & my kids absolutely loved spending time with their babysitter. Thank you SitClique.”
Lucy, Port Macquarie.
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