Become Au Pair Ireland
Become an Au Pair Free
What Is An Au Pair In Ireland?
What You Need
To become an Au Pair in Ireland with Cara International you need a few things. Firstly you will need to fill out our registration form. After this is done we will contact you via email in order to find out what kind of preferences you may have and acquire any further documentation we may need for the programme, we will assist you in gaining the necessary documents. All Au Pairs are required to write a letter to the family addressing their goals during their stay and to add a photo/photos to their application which will be shared with the family. All Au Pairs are required to get a medical cert from their doctor stating that the Au Pair is safe to work with children and a police check from their local police stating that they have no previous convictions.
What You Get
When becoming an Au Pair in Ireland you get a few things:
- Somewhere to live, pocket money to enjoy yourself when not working
- Experiencing what its like being part of an Irish family
- Integrating into Irish culture
- Getting to meet people from all different nationalities
Being an Au Pair in Ireland isn't all about minding kids and house work. There are a number of advantages to being an Au Pair outside of the home. As an Au Pair you are free to enjoy your time as you wish outside your work hours. You can experience the culture, meet other Au Pairs, travel all across Ireland and much more.
As an Au Pair you have some responsibilities, your number one priority is caring for the children, but other responsibilities include helping with household choirs, honouring work hours and being respectful to the household rules.
Who is eligible to work in Ireland?
To be an Au Pair with Cara International in Ireland is absolutely free, however, we do warn you that registering is a commitment and you should fallow through on your placement if you decide to register. When you register with us we ensure you have the safest placement possible, this includes: data processing, documentary translations, regular check ins, safe host family vetting and training for you, the Au Pair.