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Kent Grafton NSW , New South Wales

Job Description

We are searching for our next au pair and our boys next big sister. This position is to start at the end of April beginning of May. Ideally we would like an au pair that could stay for at least 4 - 6 months.

Our family is looking for a fun loving au pair to join us on the ever interesting journey with our children. We have 3 boys ages 6, 4, and 2, so our household is always loud, full of energy and fast paced. Mum and dad both work full time. We live in a little country town in Northern NSW called Grafton. We are a couple that enjoy a good laugh (even if it just dad jokes), a good chat, and offer a lifetime friendship. Our boys enjoy playing games, outdoor activities and anything that keeps them on the move. They also enjoy stories, painting, drawing, learning about new things and going on adventures. Oh and of course watching YouTube... We are looking for an au pair that can be our boys "big sister".

Day to day duties would involve: help with Morning preparations - school drop off and pick up, help out with homework, looking after the 2 and 4 year old during the day and looking after all 3 boys during school holidays, daily routine - activities, teaching, preparation of meals eg breakfast, morning tea and lunch, light housework - children's laundry, sweeping, general tidy of children's bedroom and toy room, cooking - evening meal for the family as mum and dad will be working full time (this is as requested - won't be every night) . Hours per week are on average 35 to 40 hours / per week with weekends and possible extra day off during the week depending on parents work schedule

  This job vacancy was been posted over 40 days ago, but is still active and currently accepting new applications.

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Member since: February 2016