Family ID: 1677023

Children: 6 Children, 0 - 1 year old, 1 - 5 years old, 6 - 10 years old

City: Kleinow / Village | More ⇩

Name Anouk

State Brandenburg

Postal code Only Premium members

Job Start: Aug 2021 - Nov 2021

Time of stay: 10-12 months

Last action: 18 days ago

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Welcome Letter to the Au Pair

Dear AuPair,
thank‘s for reading our profile. We would like to welcome you to our special family.
We live in a big house in a small town in Brandenburg. The next bigger cities are Perleberg and Bad Wilsnack. There is a bus going every 30minutes to both cities. The bus stop is right in front of our house. Berlin and Hamburg are both about 90minutes away by bus and train.
You will have your own private room in the house but the bathroom will be shared. You will be offered a bycicle and if you have a drivers license you can use the car, too.
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Job Description

First of all: you don‘t have to be afraid. You don‘t have to care for the kids on your own. We would like to be a big sister or brother to them. That means your main tasks will be: playing, going for walks(with 1 or 2 kids), reading...We would like you to help us with some light housework.
We do have 2 children with behavior issues-Special needs (FAS/drug abuse during pregnancy) children.
We like you to talk to us, discuss any problems, tell your opinion. Be selfconfident. You will be an equal member of our family.
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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 Village

Parent's Age Group 30-45

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

Nationality German

Languages spoken at home German

Religion Christian

Importance of religion Not important

Employment Child care worker / Child care worker

People living in the house 8

Children's/people's age and gender 2x2 weiblich
4 männlich
5 weiblich
8 männlich
9 weiblich

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Job Requirements

Swimming required - Yes
Riding a bike required - Yes
First Aid Training required - Yes

Earliest Starting Date Aug 2021

Latest Starting Date Nov 2021

Duration of Stay 10-12 months

Looking for Au Pair

Children's/People's Age 0 - 1 year old, 1 - 5 years old, 6 - 10 years old

Children/People to take care of 6

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 American - USA, Australian, English, Irish, Maltese, Namibian, British

Required Language Skills No preferences

Required Education Level No preferences

Working Hours (per week) 25 - 30

Pocket Money (per month) 280 EUR

Willing to pay/share travel expenses? -

Required Age 18-28

Accepts Smokers No

Taking care of special needs children/people required Yes

Taking care of pets required Yes

Swimming required Yes

Riding a bike required Yes

The Applicant can attend language courses Yes

First Aid Training required Yes

Driving required No

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Family Description

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Accommodation

As told above, we do live in a big house. Everybody has a own bedroom. There are 2 living rooms, 2 kitchens, one dining room, 4 bathrooms and a huge play and activity room. The whole house has WiFi. Your room is nice and comfy. With, of course, a bed, a desk, chair, wardrobe and some decoration. Feel free to decorate yourself.
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