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Smash Pipi Whangamata, Coromandel / Waikato Au pair / Nanny Accommodation + Pay(Know your rights) $200 per week + FOOD + ACCOMODATION If you have Au paired before that's a advantage but we really just need someone that loves hanging out with children

Hi there

We are looking for a friendly Au Pair for our 8 year old and 10 year old (boys)
Light housework required, ie washing childrens clothes, vaccuming our home, making childrens rooms up each day, cleaning childrens bathroom. Keeping the kitchen tidy and clean.
Some evening meals will need to be cooked, school lunches and breakfasts for the children, supervise homework etc
Lots of spare time when children are at school, but busy over the holidays and weekends.
Looking for someone that likes to get out and about, ie going to the beach, finding fun events to go to in the community.
We live in Whangamata, a beach town in the beautiful Coromandel. Start April 2017.
We own a cafe and if you have experience in that field is an advantage, as we may be able to give you a few days a week extra paid work (school hours).
Our home is brand new this year, and you have your own bedroom and a bathroom that you will share with the childen. We have wifi.
A car that you can use when taking the children out and about.
Look foward to hearing from you,.
Petra

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