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Au-pair Position/farm Hand On Camel Dairy In The Perth Hills (wa)

DromeDairy MORANGUP, Perth

2nd Year Visa Eligible

Job Description

Au-Pair Position/Farm Hand on Camel Dairy in the Perth Hills (WA)

(Start date: around 27 September 2020)
eligible for 2nd and 3rd Year Visa
eligible for Covid-Visas

Are you looking for an awesome experience and something slightly different? Are you a reliable, open-minded, outdoor loving person who loves kids and animals, and would like to become part of our family? Then we would like to hear from you!

We are a young, dynamic, warm-hearted family of four + dog: Ronja (31), Max (34), Maya (4), Tim (3) and our very friendly labrador Forest (10). We are living on a 60 hectare farm in the beautiful Perth Hills, only 60km from Perth CBD, where we are milking a bunch of camels and are producing skincare and other products from our own camel milk.

We are looking for a self-motivated, mature, flexible and loving person who has got experience with small kids and can look after Tim and Maya while I am at work (Mondays to Wednesdays). During those days you would also have to do the cooking and some light house work. On the other two days you would help my husband on the farm/with the business, which involves working with the camels, some general farm maintenance as well as some marketing/social media activities, packing orders, leading farm tours, selling on markets etc, for the business.

Driver’s licence is essential. Design/marketing skills would be a bonus.

Food and accommodation as well as pocket money provided.

If that sounds, like something you would be interested in, just send us a message with a few details about you, your experience and your interests.

We are looking forward to hearing from you!!

Postcode: 6083 (MORANGUP, Perth)

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