Winter ski season Au pairs needed Prato Nevoso Piedmont

ITALY / Kelle Brunt

I have 3 families currently looking for au pairs for the winter ski season in a resort called Prato Nevoso in the Piedmont region of Italy.

FAMILY GARBEROGLIO: Au pair needed for 3 children (primarily for the youngest who will be 1 yr old on the 2nd January) 6 days a week from 7.45/8am until 17.30. 1 full day off and occasionally the morning/ afternoon. Two oldest 9&7 yr at school during the day until 1pm and ski wknds and holidays, spend also alot of time with grandparents who live close by. To assist mother who works full time to provide care and simple meals for children (for the 1 yr old to change nappies when needed). Light household duties to include clearing up after meals and keeping the children’s things in order. Good wage, extra money for evening babysitting, phone own room,internet,all meals etc bilingual family require fluent english speaker with experience of looking after small children. Only females considered.

FAMILY CARPANETO: Au pair for a little girl who will be 1 yr old in October 6 days a week 1 full day off from 8am until 6/6.30pm occasional evening babysitting to include also all aspects of looking after a toddler changing feeding etc..and light housework. A good wage and own room with food etc..again female only

FAMILY BREGANTE:Au pair for two girls 5 days a week with weekends free, playing and helping with english. Living with family food included 100 euro a week and phone. Only female please.

All positions allow time for skiing/snowboarding. Anyone interested in any of the positions please e mail/ WhatsApp or call me specifying which +39 3348088350

Nationalities Accepted/Visa Requirements: Cannot help with visa or travel costs to Italy

Expires: Sept 15, 2017


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