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Au’pair/nanny

Tyla Watkins Christchurch/Avonside / Canterbury Au pair / Nanny Accommodation + Pay(Know your rights) a package deal accomodation + allowance Working with children

The job will be to help care for two children aged 6 and 4 part time as they have school and daycare ? Mr 6 has autism so does have needs eg can’t be left alone to do anything in the house! I do stress that this job is working along side me the mum as well as some times being alone with the children eg if I have an appointment of if you take them to the park etc so it shall be a team effort ?You would have weekends to yourself and nights once children are asleep generally after 7pm ? you would have a room to yourself with unlimited wifi we have a fire so are always warm ? we have a cat and a miniature schnauzer so being ok with animals is a must. a drivers license is needed as at times you will need to transport the children. There are other things involved such as light house work envolving the children and communication is a must to have a peaceful environment. So if you are interested in the position please email me your cv we would love to hear from you. The poisition is available to start asap
The pay would be accomodation provided eg power rent 3 meals a day and between $190-$220 a week pay plus 8% holiday pay on top of that amount of money each week so you need to hold a valid working visa/ a visa that is valid to work in nz for this position as it all will go through the accountant and IRD.

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