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Subject: AUPAIR / NANNY JOB OPENING IN UNITED KINGDOM
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We are going through Au-pair/nanny search and we came across your email. We are a cheerful, friendly family in London UK.
we have one happy kid ,Jacob who attend the local school between 9 and 1.00 every day.
We live in a very large modern family house with six bedrooms, three bathrooms,
Description of tasks:
We are looking for someone to get Jacob ready in the morning, prepare and clear up the
family's breakfast at about 7.30am, make the beds, and take the Jacob to school, which is about a 1.5km walk away.
The au pair would then need to pick him up at 1.00 and look after him until we get home.
We might ask the au pair to baby-sit 1-2 evenings a week.
We have a really great cleaner, so there wouldn't be any heavy housework. There is a bit of light cleaning and laundry which would take about 90 minutes a day in total. There would be plenty of time free in the day to go to language school, and there are a lot of good ones in the area.
The au pair would have her own room, which is huge, and has a double bed, with sitting area and TV/DVD/Video/Hifi. There is wireless broadband internet in the house.
You can even use one of our car all weekend! Also 2 weeks are paid holiday during Christmas/New Year plus another 2 weeks during the year. We are looking for someone with a good sense of humour.
If you love children and could help us provide a loving environment combining routine and fun for Jacob, then we would like to welcome you to our family as a friend and a big sister to our kids. Housework is not an important part of the aupair job, being part of our family and helping our child develop and learn is the main thing. We are really flexible.
07.30 to 09.00 and 1600 to 1950 Plus about 60-90 minutes of housework a day to fit in with the aupair's schedule. Some Friday afternoons off. Total 25-30 hours a week.
We will be paying you 3100 pounds for every four weeks.A pocket money of 430 pounds per week. And you will also be having your own car.
We take care of our Aupair visa work permits and air ticket with our British Embassy in London.
The au pair would be part of the family, and we certainly don't expect a servant! We have had lots of au pairs in the past, and we are used to helping people get to know the area and make friends,send down your cv resume and international passport for contract if interested so that you will join by this month or next month.
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