Au Pair

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To be a Au Pair you must be between 18 and 30 years old, unmarried with no children, going abroad for a temporary period of time and living with a host family and have experience taking care of children. You’ll need to have completed secondary school, no criminal background. Above all, if you love kids, this could be your chance to experience something out of the ordinary.

Cultural exchange is at the root of the au pair programme. Incidentally, the term au pair is French and means “by mutual agreement”. Therefore, au pairs receive a pocket money, live free of charge with their host families, just as regular family members, and share meals with the families. The monetary allowance and amount of working hours are defined by the regulation of the respective host country . During the duration of your Au pair stay, the host family has to accept you as a member of their family but not like a domestic. Your host family will depend on you for responsible childcare, and you’ll rely on each other to make it a truly intercultural experience.

Not only will you make new friends and gain valuable work experience, it is also an ideal opportunity to learn to speak another language fluently and explore the local cultures. There are fantastic benefits that being an au pair offers, and make a difference in children’s lives. All these are advantages – even for their future careers.

Create a profile

  • Register as an Au pair or a family is free of charge
  • Create your profile and enter your search criteria.
  • Add your texts and photos.


  • View matching profiles delivered to your personal fast find.Or carry out your individual search by clicking on: Find an Au pair or Find a family.

Get in touch

  • Use our messaging system to send applications.
  • Become a premium Member and exchange your personal messages with au pairs or host families.

Get to know each other

  • Take your time to get to know your au pair or host family: exchange messages, use your phone and Skype!
  • Discuss your mutual expectations and all the important details, such as au pair tasks, working hours, pocket money, holidays, travel costs and the language course.
  • Tips:Which questions should I ask my Au pair or my host family? How do I make the right choice?

Sign your contract

  • Do not forget to include all important matters in your Au pair contract.
  • Arrange all details concerning the au pair’s arrival: When will the au pair arrive? Who will pick him or her up? How will you be in touch if travel arrangements change?
  • Tips: Host the first Au pair: How can host family prepare themselves? First time as an Au pair: How do I plan my trip and what do I need to consider?