An au pair is not just a babysitter for your children. An au pair becomes an extremely important part of your children’s lives. He/she can be relied upon to care for your children when you are not able to be with them, and provide nurturance and stimulation.
Only high-calibre, dedicated, motivated and reliable candidates will be suggested to families. All candidates attend a personal interview with us, are comprehensively screened, criminal checks and reference checks are performed, and a driving assessment is conducted. Only those who meet our rigid criteria will be put forward to families. Parents can have peace of mind that their children are in the most capable of hands.
If you need any advice or guidance about any au pair or child related related matters, please feel free to send us an email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the process to find a suitable au pair through Au Pair Extraordinaire?
In order to find an au pair through Au Pair Extraordinaire, you will need to complete a Family Questionnaire outlining the criteria that your au pair should fulfil, information about your children, what you expect from your au pair and so on.Read More
What duties can you expect from your au pair?Read More
Guide when interviewing potential candidates
Interviewing candidates to look after your precious children can be very daunting. Bear in mind that we have already interviewed them personally, checked all of their references from previous employers, performed criminal checks, done a driving assessment, and only select the highest calibre and most experienced au pairs for you to interview who we feel will meet your needs.Read More
Schedule of Agency Fees
An initial registration fee of R200 is payable before interviews will be set up with our Candidates. This fee will be deducted from our placement fee.Read More
Au Pair Extraordinaire Guarantee
Au Pair Extraordinaire offers a guarantee that ensures all parties are satisfied.Read More
How much can I expect to pay my au pair?
An au pair’s salary / hourly rate will depend on many factors, including his or her age, previous childcare experience and childcare courses completed, as well as the number of hours worked each week.