Two Parent Family in Carrigaline, Co. Cork are looking for an Au Pair – Family thirty-four
Si quieres vivir una experiencia en Irlanda y aprender el inglés en un país en el que es hablado por todos sus habitantes, trabaja de au pair en una casa de familia. El pago es €210-350 la semana para 25-40 horas.
Vuoi partire? Sei pronta a vivere un’esperienza in Irlanda e a migliorare il tuo inglese? Diventa un’au pair in Irlanda con il nostro aiuto. La paga ammonta a €210-350 per 25-40 ore settimanali.
A two Parent Family living in Carrigaline are looking for an Au Pair. They’re expecting a baby who will be 2-3 months in August. The mum will train the Au Pair in because he/she will be learning how to care for the baby. The parents are both active, outgoing, friendly people so they would like someone like them. They would also like somebody who likes to do things at the weekend.
Hours 25-40 hours per week
Pay €210-350 per week
Dates August-September for 6 months
Accommodation – Family thirty-four
The family live in a four bedroom, detached house that is situated in a house estate in Carrigaline.
In addition, the Au Pair will have very large bedroom with its own en suite. In particular, the bedroom is to the back of the house. There are built in wardrobes in it too.
Location – Family thirty-four
Their family home is a 10 minute walk from Carrigaline town. It should be noted that Carrigaline town is the largest commuter town in Ireland. It has supermarkets, a shopping centre, pubs, restaurants and a 24 hour bus service to Cork, which is 10Km away. It’s a lovely place to live in with plenty to do and it’s very accessible to Cork. There is a very large Au Pair population living in Carrigaline and they run social events, nights out etc.
Cork is the second-largest city in Ireland. It is in the south-west of Ireland, in the province of Munster. By and large, Cork and its warrens of narrow streets promise some of the most enjoyable experiences to be had anywhere in the country.
County Cork has a rich history, with one of Ireland’s most famous castles in Blarney as well as one of the world’s most famous stones. Significantly, the City is full of attractions – a few examples are St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral, the English Market that dates back to 1788 and last but not least the Fitzgerald Park and Cork Public Museum.
Language classes available
Language Centre from University College Cork
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