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Farmwork/au Pair 2nd/3rd Yr Visa

Elliott MEDOWIE, New South Wales

2nd Year Visa Eligible

Job Description

Start date is around the 23rd Dec to 2nd Jan, not before.

The job is for 4 weeks but could possibly be more depending. This role is mainly working with children.

2 hrs north of Sydney. Dairy farms are within postcodes not in Medowie. The role is for 1 person only, preferably female.

We are looking for a motivated, energetic, friendly live-in au pair who can drive. You must be fluent in English.
We have 3 happy, energetic boys who are 7, 6 & 4 yr old who are typical active, young boys. The boys love being outside playing with the chickens and dogs. They are in a very good routine however your time would be during school holidays and daycare is closed.
The boys will need to be kept occupied with fun activities such as going to the park, swimming etc. Your days off could change weekly but will be 2 days off per wk.
You would need to keep the place clean and tidy as well. We are a busy household and we love swimming, camping & fishing.
You will have all meals included, free wifi, queen size bed in your own room and a bathroom. We have a car available to run the boys around and this is also available for you to use on your days off. We have a pool for hot weather and the beach is 20 mins away. It is a 40 hr week. Your wage would be a minimum of $350 per wk after accommodation, all meals etc. Basically our previous applicants have saved the whole amount each week. Pay is weekly.

2nd Year visa can be signed off with all visa requirements with weekly payslips etc. Everyday counts, so work 5 and 7 counts.

Please apply if you are a dedicated, reliable, organised, fun, love being active and enthusiastic person!

Postcode: 2318 (MEDOWIE, New South Wales)

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Elliott

Member since: March 2017

Description:
Dairy Farm

Industry:
Farming, Animals & Conservation