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Au Pair and Calf Rearer

JL and JK Orr Partnership 1.5 hours from Queenstown / Southland Au pair / Nanny Accommodation + Pay(Know your rights) Wages Limited experience, training will be given

Do you want to experience a rural lifestyle and enjoy spending time with children? Are you fun loving with lots of energy? Do you have a valid working visa and good understanding of English? This position is a mix of the indoors and outdoors. A Female Au pair and Calf Rearer is needed for 6-8 weeks. The first part of this job is au pair for 3 lovely girls 5, 7 and 8 to assist with childminding, light house work duties, and meal preparation. The second part of this job is to assist with their Mum with rearing calves whilst children are at school. You will have time off between lunchtime and mid afternoon when the children return from school. You will look after children, help with homework and do evening meal preparation. Sometimes you may help with calves in afternoon. We offer modest single bedroom accommodation with shared meals, you will have access to internet and phone, You will need your own laptop/device for internet. You are not expected to drive during this job so a drivers licence is not essential. As we are rural and it is a busy time there will be limited time off, up to two half days per week. It would suit someone who enjoys the outdoors, is motivated and enjoys children, and has an interest in animals.

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