Fecha de publicación:
Posición: AU-PAIR ESPAÑOLA
Ubicación: Streatham, London
Contrato: Minimo 12 meses
Salario: £130-£150 PW
DESCRIPCIÓN DEL PUESTO:
I am a mother with a boy (9) and girl (11), looking for a happy and energetic, experienced and efficient person to help. This is a LIVE-IN position in a friendly, lovely and welcoming home.
Monday – Friday hours are approximately:
am 7.30 – 8.30am
pm 3.45pm – 7.45pm (Daytime is free for other work)
Babysitting 2-3 times per week (although usually not needed)
Weekends are free
Job Responsibilities: The work is approximately 70% housekeeping and 30% childcare. A separate cleaner also comes once a week.
Housekeeping – Prepare breakfast, cook family dinner, laundry, ironing, organising children’s bedrooms, generally help maintain a clean and tidy house, help with pets.
Childcare – take to school, preparing school bags, sport bags, organising school uniform and preparing for the next day’s schedule.
I teach English, so your English doesn’t have to be perfect, but you do need to be able to communicate with the children well enough. We are an English / Spanish family y hablamos un poco espanol!
You will be:
* Comfortable handling/looking after pets (we have a cat and two guinea pigs)
* A quick, organised and independent worker
• Previous live-in experience in a family home essential
• Valid passport/visa and eligible to work in the UK
• Able to commit to a minimum 12 months in job, but ideal candidate will want a longer term position.
You must be in the UK now and available for interview.
A paid trial day would follow a successful interview.
Salary depends on experience and hours agreed (£130 – £150 per week approximately). Live-In includes food, small double bedroom with TV, wifi and gym membership.
We look forward to hearing from you.
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