Au Pair Netherlands

An au pair in the Netherlands will experience the European Culture and Lifestyle whilst living with your European host family.  Here in the Netherlands the opportunity to travel to another country is at such a huge advantage, for the form of public transport is a stone throw away from where ever you are.  Undergrounds, taxis, bicycles and Trams and trains are safe and you are able to reach your destination quickly and efficiently.

Requirements

Requirements:

  • Valid Passport
  • FEMALES AND MALES Age ( 18 - 30)
  • Police Clearance  
  • Non-smoking
  • Matric or equivalent to High School Certificate
  • Child Care Experience – 500 hours required
  • 12 Month program
  • To assist with light House work
  • Work Hours – max 8 hours per day, 30 hours per week, 5 days per week
  • The au pair may rematch from the family if you feel that it is needed to do so.  (Only one (1) rematch per program.
  • Supply your Unabridged Birth Certificate  

 

Expected from the Au Pair

Complete 12 month Au Pair Program

Childcare related housework and other responsibilities like cooking the chldrens meals, driving the children to school, being flexible to the families needs, etc...

Benefits

Benefits:

Placement with Carefully Screened Host Families.

The participation of a Local Area Representative who lives in the Netherlands

Return Air Ticket from your home country (Terms and Conditions apply) 

Pocket Money EUR 300.00 per month (minimum) 

Medical Insurance paid by Host Family 

School up to Eur. 230.00 per year for a Language Course, paid by host family (this amount in general is enough to cover expenses for a 12 month language course) 

One-day-au- pair-training within the first 30 days after arrival 

Pick up from the airport 

2 weeks paid salary vacation time period – during your 12 month program 

Local Area Representative

Local Area Representative:

Au Pair program is a Goverment Regulated Program and the Au Pair 

will travel on a J1 Student visa (DS 2019). Once you arrive in the 

states , a Local Area Representative or the family themselves will come to collect you from the airport. The Local Area Representative is there to give you support structure. She will keep in cintact with you and 

the family on a regular basis to see that everybody is happy and doing well. She will put you in contact with your local Au Pairs and organize "cluster meetings" between all the Au Pairs. She is there to look after both you and the family's best interest.