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Nanny/ Au Pair

Payment: Accommodation & Paid ($100)
Location: Thames
Region: Waikato/Coromandel
Experience: Limited Experience Necessary

We (husband and I) are Dairy Farmers and are looking for someone to become part of our family for at least 3 months to help look after our 10 year old Daughter.

You will be required to work around 5 - 6 hours (maybe less) at least 5 days a week with between school hours during the day to travel and explore what the beautiful Coromandel has to offer.

Duties include but aren't limited to:

Supervising daughter to get up and ready for school

Make school lunches

Getting her to dance class and soccer trainings and games

Light housekeeping eg. vaccuming, prep/cook dinner occasionally, kids laundry etc
Supervise daughter after school until we are home around 6.30pm.

You will be provided a furnished room with wifi and all meals etc.

We are looking for someone who isn't afraid to get stuck in and do a good job, and who understands we work very long hours. 

A licence is required, as is a car. We will pay fuel for any and all driving done for us.

We are rural and on a farm which means we are semi isolated. 25 mins to nearest decent sized town or 5 mins to local town. 40 mins to auckland.

I need who ever takes the position to be able to take charge of a lively 10 year old. We are a relaxed household and look forward to having a new member to our family.

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