For B9 & G6 in Hungary
A Hungarian family is seeking a temporary governess from mid July to mid August 2019 for the introduction of English to their two children, boy aged 9 and girl 6. The children are both beginners in English and are open to learning.
The role will be best suited to an experienced governess looking for a temporary role during the summer period or otherwise a school teacher seeking additional work during this time. The ideal candidate will be kind, patient and active that will be able to confidently introduce the children to English through everyday immersion of the language with indoor and outdoor age-appropriate games and activities.
The children are fun and friendly, they love being outside in the garden and playing a variety of games. The family travels a lot and the children understand the importance of communication with other nationalities. The parents believe they will enjoy the new experience with an English speaker.
The family enjoys going to the beach and on fishing trips, the parents will be with you often so that they can assist if necessary.
During the first two weeks you will be staying in Lake Balaton where the family have a holiday home and can provide the nanny with her own room. In the last two weeks you’d travel with the family to Debrecen which is in the Eastern part of Hungary and a separate room within their home or apartment close by shall be provided.
The working hours will be 40-50 per week and the salary on offer is £800-1000 net per week depending on experience and qualifications. The family is ready to start interviewing potential candidates via video immediately.
- Fluent English-speaker
- 3+ years of experience in childcare
- Experience teaching English as a foreign language
- Eligible to work in Europe
- Excellent previous references
- Up to date Police Check/DBS
- £800-1000 npw
- Travel expenses covered
- Separate room
- Return flight home
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