Family ID: 1249428

Children:: 2 Children:, 1 - 5 years old

City: London / Big City | More ⇩

Name Sebastien

State Greater London

Postal code Only Premium members

Job Start: Jan 2020 - Feb 2020

Time of stay: 4-6 months

Last action: 4 Days Ago

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Au Pair
• Starting on 25 January 2020, we need an au pair for 6 months to care for twins aged 14 months old. The period of 6 months can be extended.
• The au pair will work 5 days a week, take 2 days off, for 6 hours per day (usually in the morning and afternoon), a total of 30 hours a week.
• To terminate at least one month notice in advance is required.
• The role of the au pair is to focus on the child's needs, especially twin babies.
• The au pair has 2 weeks of unpaid annual leave during each 6-month period of work.
• Au pairs have their own bedroom, share a bathroom, with full board/food, and £380 a month for pocket money.
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Job Description

Work week 30 hours (only pay hours/day)
Duties and responsibilities
o Supervise children's activities at any time in a safe environment
o Plan and prepare food and bottles for children and feed them (food, milk, water)
o clothes for children
o Let the children nap and sleep
o Change diapers and potty training kids
o Carry out household chores related to child care, including washing clothes, cleaning after meals, organizing play areas and toys, washing bottles, toys and baby equipment.
o teach children good social etiquette
o Playing indoors and outdoors with children
o Plan and lead educational activities, including reading, taking children to play in the garden
o Oral training for children when necessary
o Assist children in any daily activities
o You can take your child's medicine only with the prior consent of the parent
o Record keeping and providing parents with daily updates on child behavior, general care and activities.
o Notify your parents of your vacation as much as possible (the holidays and non-working days are unpaid)
Specific instructions on how to care for your child o provide a safe environment for your children. Bathing: Hillary and Sebastien will bathe the children in the evening, but if they need to take a bath during the day, they must sit in a chair to ensure safety. You should stay in the bathroom all the time. Ignore any phone or doorbell or any other distraction (don't leave the bathroom while in the bath). Take the child outside: Children must be with you at all time and must never be left alone. For example, if you want to enter a particular store but can't bring a folding stroller to the store, don't go in at all. Children should not be left alone outside the store. Sleep: When they are sleeping in the bedroom, don't go out and leave the children at home. Always turn on the baby walkie-talkie and bring it close so you can hear when they wake up.
o Clothes (in a house in cool weather): Children should wear clothes to cover their torso and legs while at home. Regularly check your back for sweat and your feet are not cold. Children should not wear only diapers (unless it is a very hot day). Outside the summer: When going out, children should wear long-sleeved T-shirts or vests to protect their arms from the sun. Winter: In the winter, children should be covered from head to toe in very warm clothes.
o Sunlight: Children should not be exposed to direct sunlight. Open the parasol attached to the stroller. Apply a baby's sun protection factor of 50 before bringing them into the garden. Always use a sun hat.
o Milk: Children lie in bed and drink milk while sleeping before going to bed.
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Family Information

Family has pets No

Family lives in Big City

Parent's Age Group 30-45

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

Nationality British

Languages spoken at home English, French

Religion No Religion

Importance of Religion Not important

Occupation Solicitor & Property Developer

People living in the house 5

Children's/People's age and gender 14 month old twin babies (one girl and one boy)

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Job Requirements

Earliest Starting Date Jan 2020

Latest Starting Date Feb 2020

Duration of Stay 4-6 months

Looking for Au Pair and Granny Au Pair

Preferred Gender Female

Preferred Nationalities Belgian, British, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, Flemish, French, Hungarian, Irish, Italian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Scottish, Spanish

Required Language Skills Sufficient

Minimum Childcare Experience No preferences

Required Education Level No preferences

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

Children/People to take care of 2

Working Hours (per week) 25 - 30

Pocket Money (per month) 380 GBP

Willing to pay/share travel expenses? No

Required Age 18-40

Accepts Smokers No

Taking care of special needs children/people required No

Taking care of pets required No

Swimming required No

Riding a bike required No

The Au Pair can attend language courses Yes

First Aid Training required No

Driving required No

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Where we live
• Our home address is in central London. It is located 5 minutes walk to Victoria train/tube station and 2 minutes walk to Pimlico tube station. It is also 10 minutes walk to the Houses of Parliament/Buckingham Palace and it is an area with a lot of shops and restaurants.
• Our flat is modern, newly renovated, spacious and bright, with 3 bedrooms, 1 living rooms, 1 bathrooms, kitchen and a terrace. The entire flat has a high speed fibre optic internet connection.
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