Global Child Care - Get Paid

Global Child Care - Get Paid

What do Au Pairs do? Au Pairs take care of the children during scheduled hours. They help the children with their homework and assist in keeping children’s rooms and play areas clean. They prepare snacks and meals for the children, and drop them off or pick them up from school or activities.

Your host family is screened carefully. In addition, you have the ultimate safety net … local coordinators in Australia you can call on anytime. All of this to ensure you have a safe, comfortable environment and that your host family is a suitable host. Receive a clear set of guidelines and expectations that are set with your host family. Through monthly meet ups, make new friends during your time as an au pair.

Australia

Be between the ages of 18 and 30. Hold a Passport from the United States, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Ireland or Sweden. Have previous childcare/babysitting experience with references and a genuine love of children. Commit to a minimum of 6 months as an au pair. Be interviewed by phone or Skype to be accepted by the family. Have driving experience.

You can earn a weekly salary of at least AUD $7/hour for 25-40 hours of childcare. You can budget around $200 AUD per week for income. The possibility to use the family’s car. Usually two days off per week. Some families provide 1 ½ days off but that information will be provided in advance. (Plan to provide one weekend evening per month to watch the children.)

France 

Be between 18 and 29 with at least a high school diploma. Hold a Passport from the United States, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia or New Zealand. Have previous childcare/babysitting experience with references. Swimmers preferred. Be able to commit to at least 2 months as an au pair. 2-3 month placements are available from June through September.

Most long term au pairs begin in September. If you start in January, you can qualify for 6, 8 or 12 month placements. A requirement to meet the France Visa requirements for the Long-Stay Student Visa program includes attending French language classes in France.

You can earn a weekly stipend of €90 (Euros) per week for approximately 30 hours of babysitting. At least 1 1/2 days off per week.  And one weekend per month.  After 6 months you will receive one week paid vacation and another week at the end of your stay.

Germany

Unlike most of our English teaching jobs, this program is looking for teacher of science, math and English. Native English speakers from Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, UK or US. The equivalent of a Bachelor’s degree in any subject is required.

There are also positions for part-time preschool teachers, so if that is what you want to teach, you will need to show subjects in preschool education to be considered.

Next intake: February 2019. Deadline for applications is December 1, 2018. Positions are limited.

Ireland

China is an amazing place to teach English and explore a culture that is really just opening its doors to the world! Being paid to teach English in China is a rewarding experience that requires patience and open mindedness.  You are placed in the middle of the world’s oldest civilization; a cultural experience very different from your own. The sights and variety of experiences in China are nearly as vast the the country itself.

Native English speakers from Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, UK or US.  You also need the equivalent of a Bachelor’s degree. The academic year begins in September and runs through December. The second semester runs February through July. Teach for one academic semester or the full academic year. 

 

Italy

When you teach English in South Korea, it is a full time teaching position with a full salary, benefits included housing and airfare allowance. You may apply at anytime during the calendar year if you are a degree holder. For degree holders, we accept applications each month throughout the calendar year. For degree holders the minimum salary is $20,000 US per year and experienced teachers can earn up to $27,000.

For non degree holders, the annual salary is $15,600 but you work only around 18 hours each week.  You will also receive round trip air transportation.  It is not rare to receive a $2,000 end of contract bonus to cover your return flight home. 

Netherlands

It is virtually impossible to get a paying job in the EU if you're not from there. This is a rare opportunity to live in Italy like a local and get paid to teach English. The beginning of living like a local in Italy starts with your month in Florence (Firenze), Italy, the birthplace of the Renaissance.  Take the required 130-hour TEFL course and learn how to teach English. Learn how to write up lesson plans and do your practice teaching to hone your skills. Once you pass the TEFL course in Florence, Italy you will start applying for teaching jobs all over Italy and you will be able to remain legally in Italy and work for a period of up to 11 additional months.

New Zealand

It is virtually impossible to get a paying job in the EU if you're not from there. This is a rare opportunity to live in Italy like a local and get paid to teach English. The beginning of living like a local in Italy starts with your month in Florence (Firenze), Italy, the birthplace of the Renaissance.  Take the required 130-hour TEFL course and learn how to teach English. Learn how to write up lesson plans and do your practice teaching to hone your skills. Once you pass the TEFL course in Florence, Italy you will start applying for teaching jobs all over Italy and you will be able to remain legally in Italy and work for a period of up to 11 additional months.

Spain

It is virtually impossible to get a paying job in the EU if you're not from there. This is a rare opportunity to live in Italy like a local and get paid to teach English. The beginning of living like a local in Italy starts with your month in Florence (Firenze), Italy, the birthplace of the Renaissance.  Take the required 130-hour TEFL course and learn how to teach English. Learn how to write up lesson plans and do your practice teaching to hone your skills. Once you pass the TEFL course in Florence, Italy you will start applying for teaching jobs all over Italy and you will be able to remain legally in Italy and work for a period of up to 11 additional months.

Switzerland

It is virtually impossible to get a paying job in the EU if you're not from there. This is a rare opportunity to live in Italy like a local and get paid to teach English. The beginning of living like a local in Italy starts with your month in Florence (Firenze), Italy, the birthplace of the Renaissance.  Take the required 130-hour TEFL course and learn how to teach English. Learn how to write up lesson plans and do your practice teaching to hone your skills. Once you pass the TEFL course in Florence, Italy you will start applying for teaching jobs all over Italy and you will be able to remain legally in Italy and work for a period of up to 11 additional months.

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