- We have some lovely families wanting NZ au pairs in Holland (The Netherlands).
- You should be aged 18 – 27
- You should be a non-smoker
- Unless you are placed in Paris you will need a clean driving licence (full)
- You should have a good understanding of the French language (we recommend 2 years minimum at high school)
- You will need to have some good experience with children and be able to supply us with some non family references that we can check
- You need to study French at a language school during your stay – as part of the visa
Families in Paris live, most of the time, in apartments and have a room for the au pair which is not in the apartment but either at the top of their building or in the neighbourhood. So applicants need to know that certain independence is required in Paris since the au pairs don’t usually live with the families 24/7. Suburban positions are more classic and ideal for those who want to share the every day life of the family.
I have just finished my three months as an au pair in Saint Fargeau, France and I just wanted to say a BIG thankyou to you for getting me this job. It was honestly the best experience of my life! From Living in a castle to being part of a massive show the town put on every weekend and improving my french, it was actually incredible.The family were so amazing and i was so so sad to leave. I still can’t believe it all happened.
So thank you so much for this opportunity, i couldn’t have asked for a better family.
Take care 🙂
- you will work 30 hours per week plus 2 nights babysitting
- you will mostly look after the kids and you will have to do some light housework.
- you will receive from the family 80 Euro per 30 hour week, or 100 Euros for a 35 hour week.
- You will receive a Monthly Metro Ticket (Carte Orange)
- you will have your own bedroom
- you will have at least one day off per week and at least one full weekend off per month.
- you will receive full board and accommodation.
- We have families everywhere in France, we do not place only in Paris, you must be prepared to go to any where in France.
- stay for a minimum of 10 months but it’s best is to stay for 12 months. (A summer placement – for a maximum of 3 months from June till September is also possible)
- attend a french course at least once a week – you will be responsible for the cost – (the family will help you find the right french course)
- pay for your travel to to France and back – with our IWHTravel department
- send your completed application to us by mail and we will contact you.