Family ID: 1157900

Children: 2 Children, 1 - 5 years old, 6 - 10 years old

City: Hamburg / Big City | More ⇩

Name Iris

State Hamburg

Postal code Only Premium members

Job Start: Sep 2024 - Oct 2024

Time of stay: 8-12 Months

Last action: 16 days ago

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Welcome Letter to the Au Pair

Dear Au Pair,

We are a Dutch-German couple, Iris and Pieter Sjoerd, with our son Elias, born in September 2017, and our daughter Hannah, born in July 2020. We are both working for Hamburg University starting. Iris does economics, and Pieter philosophy.

We are looking for an au pair for the period September/October 2024 - June/July 2025.
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Job Description

Elias and Hannah go to school and child-care during the day, but have to brought and fetched. Your main task will be to spend time with the children, play with them, read to them, or go for a walk with them. We have a cleaning lady, but the au pair should also be prepared to help a little in preparing meals or keeping the house tidy. It would be great if our future au pair were already to have some experience with babysitting small children. We already had very good experiences with one Dutch, one Italian and one Spanish au pair. The au pairs have really become part of our family, and they keep visiting us regularly. Our children grow up bilingually with Dutch and German, so it would be great if the au pair were to speak one of these two languages.
If you want to visit a German language course, we will reimburse you for a substantial part of the costs.
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Family Information

Family has pets No

Family lives in Big City

Parent's Age Group 35-50

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

Nationality German

Languages spoken at home German, Dutch

Religion Catholic

Importance of religion Not important

Employment Researcher / Civil servant

People living in the house 4

Children's/people's age and gender 6 Year male
3 Year female

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Job Requirements

Working Hours (per week) 25 - 30

Pocket Money of Au Pair (per month) 300 EUR

Required Gender Female

Duration of Stay 8-12 Months

Earliest Starting Date Sep 2024

Latest Starting Date Oct 2024

Looking for Au Pair

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

Children/People to take care of 2

Minimum Childcare Experience 10-50

We need a tutor who can teach

How old are the students the Tutor should teach?

We need assistance and support in

Preferred Nationalities No Preferences

Language Skills Good

Education Level Secondary school

Willing to pay/share the travel costs? yes

Required Age 18-30

Accepts Smokers Yes, not at home

Taking care of special needs children/people required No

Taking care of pets required No

Swimming required No

Riding a bike required No

The applicant can attend language courses Yes

First Aid Training required No

Driving required No

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In Hamburg we live in a beautiful apartment on the top two floors of an apartment building in Eimsbüttel, 15 Minutes walking to Elias' school. Eimsbüttel is very green, but also very lively with many cafés, bars, and shops. It is also close to the city center. Hamburg is a really big big city, with lots of water and trees, and of course the harbour. There are many places to go to for culture or going out.

You will have your own room, with lots of light, your own wardrobe, and your own bathroom.

We are looking forward to meeting you,

Iris & Pieter Sjoerd
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