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Au PairR & R Homes Papamoa / Bay of Plenty Au pair / Nanny Paid position(Know your rights) $170 Per Week Au Pair, Nanny and Cleaner Experience
We are looking for a fantastic all rounder to work approx 30 hours a week to help out our busy family Starting in late Nov or early December. We have 4 children aged 8,5,3 and 1 year old. We need lots of help with childcare, house hold duties such as washing and dishes, household cleaning, meals and snack preparation and any other duties that may come up to keep the house in order on a daily basis. You may be required to take the kids to after school activities so a drivers licence is a must.
My husband and I travel frequently so you must be confident to handle the four children with a support nanny, but you would be the main caregiver.
On average you will be working 30 hours a week however some weeks may be 15 and some weeks may be 45 (depending on travel). In a typical week you would work a couple of hours in the morning to help get the kids off to school, then tidy up the house. You would then work in the afternoons once they come home for 3-4 hours. We need someone who is extremely flexible as our plans can change very quickly. You maybe required to work every second weekend and travel with us to our holiday home which is where we ski/snowboard every second weekend in winter. Although it is a demanding role, you will be rewarded with the flexibility of time off to travel and explore.
We will be paying $170 a week, you will live and eat for free with us. Our house has a swimming pool, spa pool and you will have your own private room.
We are very flexible with time you have off and encourage you to travel around. Our family values are keeping active, eating healthy, a positive and loving environment. We are looking for someone with similar values.
We look forward to hearing from you =)
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