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East Auckland family needs an Au Pair!Au Pair Link Auckland Au pair / Nanny Accommodation + Pay(Know your rights) Min
This fun East Auckland family are looking for their new au pair to help out with their one year old daughter when mum returns to work part-time in Feb.
This relaxed little toddler is almost crawling, and loves animals (birds, cats and dogs mainly!). She loves heading down to the playground, one of several in the area, reading books, listening to music and playing outside. They live close to the shops and the beach, with an au pair network close by – so you will have plenty of support.
Mum and Dad have traveled extensively through Europe and love exploring new places, trying new cuisine and learning about different cultures.
If you are an energetic, responsible, mature individual with a good sense of humour and would love to join this family then apply today.
• ASAP start
• 12 months contract
• 30 hours per week
• Live in position (not available to
• Minimum 500 hours childcare
experience and references required
• Full driver’s license necessary
• Must have a working holiday visa or
New Zealand citizenship. Cannot have
a student visa.
What you’ll get:
• Room (Master) with ensuite and all board
included – You don’t have to worry
about paying for rent, bills, wifi or food.
• A guaranteed weekly wage (typical net
wage $195 – $245 p/w after board and
lodgings and PAYE is deducted, based
on minimum wage)
• Access to Au Pair Link’s regular
playgroups, activities and events
• Plus: weekends off, up to four weeks
paid holiday and a completion bonus of
up to $1,040 NZD!
Lilian Servin or Morgan Joynt (Candidate Managers, Au Pair Link)
0800 AU PAIR (287 247) or +64 9 309 4444
Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
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