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Au Pair/Mother’s Help

Wells family Lake Hawea (Wanaka) / Otago Au pair / Nanny Accommodation + Food(Know your rights) Experience with young children required

Au Pair/Mother’s Help needed from early October 2016 for 6-9 months – we are based at Lake Hawea (15 minutes from Wanaka/1 hour from Queenstown), and in return for 20 hours a week, we provide your own room, all meals, local use of a car, a mobile phone and WIFI (all on standard Au Pair terms – we have had Au Pairs through agencies previously). We have two children – aged 2.5 years and 10 months and need a responsible, honest and trustworthy person to look after them 4 hours a day while I work from home – so you would have plenty of time free to explore the lakes, mountains and rivers around here or to earn money from other employment (local babysitting etc). The role includes light housekeeping, e.g. daily vacuming, helping with meal prep, keeping on top of the children’s laundry etc. Our children are both still quite young so experience with young children, any first aid training etc would be great, as would a police check. Please note that we may move during this time, probably to the country or a small farm, still in the South Island, so it would be good if you were happy to move with us and to live in the country if needed. Please email me for more info or photos etc. Many thanks, Alice and Richard

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