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Au Pair/ Nanny required

Posted By: pennyherman101

Date: Tue, 9 May 2017

Remuneration: Best Offer

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My husband and I are both full-time doctors looking for an enthusiastic live-in au pair/ nanny.

We have two daughters, Sofia aged 10 and Maria aged 8. They currently both attend the same school a few miles from our home from 8:30 in the morning until approximately 4:00 in the afternoon in the weekdays.

The girls will require help with dressing, bathing, with their homework and other activities. Healthy fresh meals will also have to be prepared for them.

We live in a beautiful 4 bedroom house built only a few years ago. The house is very secure and in a lovely place. Last year we built detached modern accommodation next to my house for guests to live in. It has a beautiful kitchen and large en-suite bathroom, which offers you excellent privacy.

We only seek a Au pair for basic child care and light housework for 1 year. If you accept to take a position with us, you would be paid per week including food allowance and accommodation.

kindly send us your CV or Resume to [email protected]

Note: This job is located in the UK if you are willing to apply you should know you are applying for a job in the UK, If you are applying from other country to need a valid international passport

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