Au pairs/childcare for interpreters
Thread poster: Jan Rausch

Jan Rausch  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 19:41
Member (2010)
German to English
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Mar 23, 2016

Dear colleagues,

I thought I'd reach out to you in case anyone has any ideas or connections that might help.

I am a Manchester-based freelance conference interpreter and thus travel a lot. My wife is a lecturer at Sheffield University where she spends three days per week on average. We have an 11-year-old son and a 9-year-old daughter. For that reason fwe have had au pairs for last few years to help with childcare when we are both away. Our current au pair has to go back to France early (mid May) to sit entry exams at various universities.

So we are looking for a replacement. If anyone can think of a someone they know who might be interested please do get in touch. We live in a very nice part of Manchester and there is an en-suite room in our house for the au pair.

Thanks so much,

Jan


 


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