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Aupair/house Keeper(more House Work Than Aupair) 1

Payment: Accommodation & Paid ($100)
Location: auckland
Region: Auckland
Experience: No Experience Necessary

We live on a fantastic little farm, with sheep, horses, chickens, cats and a dog, we have a beautiful swiming pool and a spa, stunning rural environment and only 5 minutes to Albany and 25 minutes to town.  

If you are looking for a break away to have some quiet time or the city is not your thing then we have the place for you.  We have 3 children aged 11,13 and 15  We would like some one to help us with the housekeeping, clothes, washing cleaning and odd jobs in the garden and on the property.  We need you for  5 hours a day.(5 days a week) We are open to a short stay of 3 weeks or longer.  English must be good. Happy personality a plus.  We have a  double room for you  and a bathroom you would share.    $100 dollars a week in the hand and food and board included. (No Smokers).  Start date, from now, Drivers license a plus as there are no buses from here :-).  We are lovely family, with a boring Job :-).  If you are keen and motivated please apply .  Kind regards

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