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Au Pair wanted April 2018

A lovely family in Mosman Park is looking for their very second female Au Pair to start with them in the next couple of months. The family exists out of a mum and dad with their two children. The oldest is 9 and is looking forward to having a big sister. She mentioned during the needs analysis, that she always wanted an older sister but got stuck with a younger brother. The youngest one is almost 6 years old and looks forward to having another play mate. It’s not always fun to play with the same person in the house all the time, so he is looking forward to a change. He loves Lego Ninjago and can’t wait to show you his collection.


The family is very easy going and they are looking for a female Au Pair who is mature, responsible and reliable. The age of the Au Pair doesn’t matter as long as she ticks of the right boxes in her personality and is open to learn new things.


The family loves spending time together on the weekend and catch up with family and friends. The Au Pair would be most welcome to join into family activities and they want someone who would like to do all of this.


The location of the house is amazing, it is located 10 minutes from the beach and close to the river as well. Because you’ll have a car for personal use available you can explore Perth very easily. You do have to show the family that you are a responsible driver. And the family will help you get used to driving on the left side of the road if you are not used to that.


The duties of the Au Pair would mainly involve school drop off, school pick up and play time with the children after school. In the mornings assisting the children when they get ready for school. When the children are at school the Au Pair has free time and her weekends are off as well. Sometimes the parents will ask for extra babysitting on the weekend so that they can go out on a date. The family has a swimming pool that will be used most of the year, therefore it is important that the Au Pair is a confident swimmer and understands the need to supervise children in the pool.

Corrie Pauwels