I would like to become an au pair as I enjoyed looking after 2 boys and 1 girl in Ukraine when they were 3, 4 and 5 years old. We played different games, inside and outside, and I read child books for them. I also performed some light housework and helped their parents with shopping and cooking.
As for me, I like reading books, listening to music, watching films in English, playing with children and pets. I also enjoy running and swimming.
Based on my understanding of this position, here are the aspects that seem most relevant to meet your needs:
• Demonstrated ability to supervise of children
• Supporting children to do homework, if requires
• Ability to perform light housework
• Caring for pets
• Running errands and shopping
If my skills and experience please you, I am available to discuss your expectations in an interview at your convenience.
Thank you for your consideration.
I really want to know more about a tipical irish family. I also like kids that`s why I think I should be an aupair in your family. I also want to improve my english and teach a little bit about my culture. I look forward to meeting you!
I love spending time with children, play with them, go for a walk, talk to them..
I hope to find a family to be my "second family", and I'm sure that I have a lot to learn with you!
I am willing to work in the evenings and weekends, if necessary. I'm available to start immediately.
I would be very happy of be part of your family!
I'm looking forward to hearing for you!
Dear Host Family,
I am a 19 year old college graduate in child psychology. I started my first Au Pair position on the 22nd May but unfortunatly due to changes with the job of my hostmom they are no longer in need of an Au Pair.
I'm half British and half German and am therefore fluent in both languages. It has been a very long wish of mine to go abroad as an Au Pair and now that I have had the chance to try it out I am loving it! I really do want to start a new position as soon as possible and I am available from Monday, 24th June.
The family I have now been with have three little girls aged: 15 months, 3 years old and 4,5 years old. They were all lovely children and I really enjoyed spending my time with them. The parents have offered to be contacted as references. This position was in Dublin.
Dear my future family :)
I have a lot esperience with children because I have just finished my degree in early childhood education with 3 mentions: english, religion and guidance and management in the school, I have previously worked as an aupair, teacher and couch. I really get on well with children. I can be able to demostrate my knowledges, and the spanish if you want :). I have a letter of recommendation too.
I would like to enjoy my time who I really love in my life: children, it is my first motivation
thank you ;)
I am looking for work as Au Pair because I love children and enjoy taking care of them, have much ability to deal with them. I am a calm, patient, careful, responsible and honest. And I consider myself a person with a good heart.
I have two experiences in Brazil that took care of children, one of them is a baby I have been nanny for a year, her name is Camila, I followed the pregnancy of his mother, who was my neighbor and had a pregnancy complicated by their age advanced, was present since birth, helped in the early care and up to 11 months of your life and not only attended their party one year, because I'm here in Ireland realizing a dream.
My other job was as a volunteer with children in a home for children who have been abandoned by their parents, in this work I helped children with homework and teaching joked to entertain them.
The family who choose me to care for their children, can be assured that it will be leaving them in great company.
If the interest of the family I know cooking, ironing, washing, cleaning house and do it very well because I used to do it at my house in Brazil.
I have license to drive in Brazil, but never drove cars in the driver's seat is on the left, but if necessary, I am willing to learn and I think it will not be difficult.
Thank you very much, Luciana Freitas.