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Au Pair in Norway: duties


Your Au Pair duties will vary depending on the family you are staying with and on what they will be expecting from their Au Pair so it is important for you to carefully discuss it with them.

It is important that the family respects your time to visit a lanugage course, as well as your free time and holiday. In order to make clarify all these issues, you should write in a contract all the conditions of your Au Pair stay and both Au Pair and family should sign it.

If you would like to know what are the main responsabilities of an Au Pair, following you will find a list of duties an Au Pair could be entitled to do. On the other hand, we also provide you with a short list with duties an Au Pair shouldn't be performing.


What can an Au Pair do?


  • Help with light housework (ironing, vacuuming, laundry)
  • Play with the children
  • Cook some light meals for the kids
  • Help the children to get dressed
  • Take / pick up the children from school or any other activity
  • Keep both Au Pair's and children's room tidy
  • Help the children with their homework
  • Prepare light meals for the children


What should an Au Pair NOT do?


  • Clean non-shared rooms
  • Look after someone else's children
  • Cook meals for the whole family
  • Look after pets


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