Family ID: 1229735

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

City: Wilhelmsdorf / Suburb | More ⇩

Name Olga

State Bavaria

Postal code Only Premium members

Job Start: Apr 2022 - Dec 2022

Time of stay: 6-12 Months

Last action: 23 hours ago

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Welcome Letter to the Au Pair

Originally translated from Deutsch
Hello our future au pair.

We are pleased that you are taking the time to get to know us better and that we have piqued your interest :-)

We are a happy family with two cute children: Pia 7 years old and Leon 5 years old.

Here we describe our everyday life and requirements for the au pair in our family.

Me and my husband work in his company.

The children go to kindergarten / school from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The kindergarten is 15 minutes. walk from our house.

Our everyday life usually goes like this:

In the morning I get up and wake the children and get them ready for kindergarten.

When the weather is nice, the au pair takes the children to kindergarten. But when it's cold and rainy, I take the children to kindergarten by car.
Then I'll be in our office, which is in our part of the house.

During this time, the au pair does the household chores or attends a German course that takes place twice a week. You can attend a German course in the next town, Herzogenaurach, where our bus also goes.

The children will either be picked up by me or the au pair shortly before 3 p.m. (depending on the weather).

Then you have supervision and play, paint, do handicrafts or go for a walk or ride a bike with the children. But I have to say that the two play a lot with each other and enjoy when they have their peace and quiet and can play.

There are also days when they go to dance school in winter, for example, and I take them there. Then we come home in the evening ...

The most important task of the au pair when she is taking care of the children: that nothing happens to the children.

The children are both very nice and good. You are welcome to get to know her :-)

What is very important to us that we get along very well with the au pair girl.
It is very important to us to have dinner together in the evenings. It strengthens the relationship and well-being in the family.

To the tasks in the household:

In general - I really enjoy cooking. We eat healthy and good food. We want you to cook for us once a week. It can be food from your home country. I am happy to help you at the beginning.
We make sure that the children eat as little sweet food as possible and try to teach them how to eat healthy, which does not always work ... :-)

Children are just children

We pay € 310 per month, plus a German course of € 50, € 40 for the ticket and € 15 for the mobile phone. Of course, we will take care of the health insurance. We also travel a lot, so Aupair has about 30 days off a year with us. The working time during the week: about 30 hours.

An au pair has one day off a week with us. My husband and I go out two evenings a week, or do sports and our au pair puts the children to bed on these evenings.

I hope I gave you a very detailed insight into our everyday life. And you surely know what to expect from us :-)
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Job Description

Originally translated from Deutsch
The most important prerequisite is that we get on well with the au pair and have a good rapport with one another.

The future au pair should be fond of children, responsible and help with the household.

The children have to be brought here and there to their play afternoons with friends. We want the children to be in good hands until our end of the day. Our children want to play, read, dance and romp outside with you until around 6 p.m.
You will have many free moments for activities and your new friends here on site. We support you with your language course.

But we look forward to a new family member - you as an au pair.
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Family Information

Family has pets - Yes

Family has pets Yes

Family lives in Suburb

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 Catholic

Importance of religion Not important

Employment Self employed / Teacher

People living in the house 4

Children's/people's age and gender Junge 2016
Mädchen 2014

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Job Requirements

Swimming required - Yes
Riding a bike required - Yes

Working Hours (per week) 30 - 35

Salary / Pocket Money (per month) 330 EUR

Preferred Gender Female

Duration of Stay 6-12 Months

Earliest Starting Date Apr 2022

Latest Starting Date Dec 2022

Looking for Au Pair and Nanny

Children's/People's Age 1 - 5 years old, 6 - 10 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 Nationalities Polish, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Czech, Ukrainian, Uzbeki

Required Language Skills No preferences

Required Education Level No preferences

Willing to pay/share travel expenses? ja

Required Age 20-25

Accepts Smokers Yes, not at home

Taking care of special needs children/people required No

Taking care of pets required No

Swimming required Yes

Riding a bike required Yes

The applicant can attend language courses Yes

First Aid Training required No

Driving required No

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Originally translated from Deutsch
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