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Waikato Family needs au pair

Au Pair Link Waikato Au pair / Nanny Accommodation + Pay(Know your rights) No experience necessary

This fun family are looking for their next au pair to help Dad out with his older children (15, 13 & 10).

They’re full of energy, and active with sports (swimming, rugby and hockey) and love to head to the beach on weekends or off on bush walks.

Your role will be to support the children with their studies, help get them off to school/sports games on time and some help around the house.

If you’re energetic, mature individual with a great sense of humour then apply today

• ASAP start
• Minimum 6 months contract
• 25 hours per week
• Live in position (not available to

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, car 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!

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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