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Family Help

Payment: Accommodation & Paid ($18/hour)
Location: Whangamata
Region: Waikato/Coromandel
Experience: Limited Experience Necessary
Contact: +64273366040
Listing Added: 11/07/2018

We are looking for someone with enthusiasm and initiative to help out for 4 weeks, just to keep our household running smoothly, while I am doing my teacher training at a nearby school. The dates are 19 August to approx. 14 September 2018. We live in a beautiful part of the country, on a farm, 10 minutes' drive from the surf town of Whangamata. We have two kids but our son is away at boarding school during the week. The job would entail 2-3 hours' work per day, doing the following: picking up our 11 year old daughter from school or bus stop and getting her to and from activities, prep for dinner, some laundry, walking the dog, grocery shopping. 

You must have a valid working holiday visa and a full drivers licence. You will be accommodated in our home (double room, with own bathroom). Look forward to hearing from you!

Nic

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