Family ID: 1659196

Children: 2 Children, 1 - 5 years old

City: Bremerhaven / Town | More ⇩

Name Dagmara

State Bremen

Postal code Only Premium members

Job Start: Dec 2020 - Jan 2021

Time of stay: 4-6 months

Last action: 4 days ago

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Welcome Letter to the Au Pair

Originally translated from Polski
Good day
we are a nice German-Polish family. We live in a port town near Bremen (Bremen) called Bremerhaven. Our house is situated 18 minutes on foot from the center, taking the bus does not actually make sense, because all playgrounds, kindergartens, shops and the park are close. In Bremerhaven, we have very little access to the sea (which has its tides and flows) for tourists, it is not a Baltic Sea where you can swim, but the city has a modest beach with a playground where you can sunbathe and spend time actively.

For our 3-year-old daughter Leoni, we are looking for a young, energetic babysitter who likes walks and creative games. Leonia learns to speak two languages, Polish and German, so it would be good if you knew these two languages ​​on a communicative level (Polish mother tongue, German minimum B1). Additional languages ​​will be a big advantage.

It would be nice if you had a driving license, but it is not a necessary condition. The most important thing is that you should be optimistic about working with children, be diligent, punctual, responsible and trustworthy, and above all have a lot of ideas in inventing games because Liona is quickly bored and the most fond of outdoor activities. It is quite important to be able to set limits, because it is known that without borders, a child can quickly get on his head. We try not to shout to the child, but to explain it to the child, and we expect it from you too.

Leonia is in kindergarten from Monday to Friday from 8 to 16, your task will be to bring her to the kindergarten and pick her up. When your baby is not at home, you have time for your hobbies and learning. You don't have to cook lunches when Leonia eats in kindergarten, but Leonia likes to eat dinner warm. You will go to bed at 8:20 p.m., unless I finish work at 8:00 p.m. and then I'm home at 8:20 p.m., so I will go to sleep.

After kindergarten, we are not always at home, sometimes we are not there for the night (my husband is often on a business trip) and I work in an orphanage and I also have night shifts (twice a week you will have to look after your child while sleeping, because you will not will be home). It may happen at the beginning or in exceptional situations that you will have to bring Leonie to work for the night (9:00 p.m.) and pick me up in the morning (7:00 a.m.) to take me to kindergarten, if you do not want to stay at home alone with you overnight.

A week before the start of each month, I have a work plan for the next month that I will introduce to you. You will have to be flexible enough for that, but you will also have a lot of freedom. When a child becomes ill, she cannot go to kindergarten, in which case she will have to stay at home with her. Then you will probably get sick together.

Sometimes our grandmother (80) from Poland comes to visit us. He then stays for about a month and then mainly stays at home or on the balcony when it is warm. Grandma does not need care, she is a walking person and takes care of her own needs, but she loves to spend time with her granddaughter, but always when she has fun together, you will have to be with them, because Grandma is an elderly person and cannot walk as fast as Leoni, So you have to assist with such play, so that the child does not get hurt.


The room we have prepared for you is 10 m2 (bed, wardrobe, desk, chair, internet access and Netflix). We want you to feel comfortable with us as a member of our family, but also that you have your own space when you have a nice free time. When it comes to learning German - there is an option at VHS and Hochschule Bremerhaven. We would prefer to learn online due to the current situation with the corona virus and the fact that I do not always have weekends off. Possibly a course when Leonia is in kindergarten. In connection with the crown virus, we have to reckon with the fact that they may close the kindergartens and then the number of your working hours may increase, it will be additionally rewarded.


It will be best if we talk about the details via whatsapp or skype, write to us boldly. We would like you to start your adventure with us from 01/12/2020 or 01/01/2021 and stay with us for at least half a year.

We cordially greet you
Liona with her parents
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Job Description

Originally translated from Polski
For our 3-year-old daughter Leoni we are looking for a young, energetic babysitter who likes walks and creative play. Leonia learns to speak two languages, Polish and German, so it would be good if you knew these two languages ​​on a communicative level (Polish mother tongue, German minimum B1). Additional languages ​​will be a big advantage.

It would be nice if you had a driving license, but it is not a necessary condition. The most important thing is that you should be optimistic about working with children, be diligent, punctual, responsible and trustworthy, and above all have a lot of ideas in inventing games because Liona is quickly bored and the most fond of outdoor activities. It is quite important to be able to set limits, because it is known that without borders, a child can quickly get on his head. We try not to shout to the child, but to explain it to the child, and we expect it from you too.

Leonia is in kindergarten from Monday to Friday from 8 to 16, your task will be to bring her to the kindergarten and pick her up. When your baby is not at home, you have time for your hobbies and learning. You don't have to cook lunches when Leonia eats in kindergarten, but Leonia likes to eat dinner warm. You will go to bed at 8:20 p.m., unless I finish work at 8:00 p.m. and then I'm home at 8:20 p.m., so I will go to sleep.

After kindergarten, we are not always at home, sometimes we are not there for the night (my husband is often on a business trip) and I work in an orphanage and I also have night shifts (twice a week you will have to look after your child while sleeping, because you will not will be home). It may happen at the beginning or in exceptional situations that you will have to bring Leonie to work for the night (9:00 p.m.) and pick me up in the morning (7:00 a.m.) to take me to kindergarten, if you do not want to stay at home alone with you overnight.

A week before the start of each month, I have a work plan for the next month that I will introduce to you. You will have to be flexible enough for that, but you will also have a lot of freedom. When a child becomes ill, she cannot go to kindergarten, in which case she will have to stay at home with her. Then you will probably get sick together.

Sometimes our grandmother (80) from Poland comes to visit us. He then stays for about a month and then mainly stays at home or on the balcony when it is warm. Grandma does not need care, she is a walking person and takes care of her own needs, but she loves to spend time with her granddaughter, but always when she has fun together, you will have to be with them, because Grandma is an elderly person and cannot walk as fast as Leoni, So you have to assist with such play, so that the child does not get hurt.
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Family Information

Family has pets - Yes
Taking care of special needs children/people required - Yes

Family has pets Yes

Family lives in Town

Parent's Age Group 40-55

Are you a single parent? No, our family has two parents

Nationality Polish

Languages spoken at home German, Polish, Turkish

Religion Christian

Importance of religion Not important

Employment Business owner / wychowawca w domu dziecka

People living in the house 4

Children's/people's age and gender 3 lata, dziewczynka

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Job Requirements

Swimming required - Yes

Earliest Starting Date Dec 2020

Latest Starting Date Jan 2021

Duration of Stay 4-6 months

Looking for Au Pair

Children's/People's Age 1 - 5 years old

Children/People to take care of 2

Minimum Childcare Experience No preferences

We need a tutor who can teach

How old are the students the Tutor should teach?

We need assistance and support in

Preferred Gender No Preferences

Preferred Nationalities Polish

Required Language Skills Sufficient

Required Education Level Secondary school

Working Hours (per week) 25 - 30

Pocket Money (per month) 280 EUR

Willing to pay/share travel expenses? tak

Required Age 20-40

Accepts Smokers No

Taking care of special needs children/people required Yes

Taking care of pets required No

Swimming required Yes

Riding a bike required No

The Applicant can attend language courses Yes

First Aid Training required No

Driving required No

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Accommodation

Originally translated from Polski
The room we have prepared for you is 10 m2 (bed, wardrobe, ikea-style desk, chair, internet access and Netflix). We want you to feel comfortable with us as a member of our family, but also that you have your own space when you have a nice free time. When it comes to learning German - there is an option at VHS and Hochschule Bremerhaven. We would prefer to learn online due to the current situation with the corona virus and the fact that I do not always have weekends off. Possibly a course when Leonia is in kindergarten. In connection with the crown virus, we have to reckon with the fact that they may close the kindergartens and then the number of your working hours may increase, it will be additionally rewarded.
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