Full-time English speaking Governess, required for B4 located in Latvia. Rota, live out. Salary £800 - £1000 per week, start ASAP.
A Russian family is seeking an experienced and qualified Governess to provide daily care, support, and guidance to their young son.
As a Governess, you will be required to develop the boy's English language and general education through interactive and structured activities. The young boy does not attend kindergarten and has a beginner level of the English language. Therefore you will be required to enhance his English language abilities through fun, playful lessons. You will also be required to organize his daily routine and accompany the boy to and from sports and extracurricular classes. In addition to this, you will act as an appropriate role model and promote good manners, teach etiquette, and encourage a healthy lifestyle. Duties will also include preparing light meals for the child.
The ideal candidate will be positive, active, engaging, and have a natural ability with children. Childcare and or teaching qualifications are essential along with the experience of working with children of this age. The Governess must be well-spoken, hold perfect references, and able to work as a team with the other household staff members.
The working schedule is 1-month on/1-month off, working 7 - 9 hours a day.
The family also has a Russian speaking Nanny and you will be required to work in shifts with her.
The family is currently located in Europe (Latvia) and traveling to Dubai frequently.
This is a live-out position with a separate room in a hotel or apartment provided.
This position would be suitable for EU or British passports holders.
Salary from £800 - £1000 per week (paid only for working shifts)
Live out position
Rota schedule - 1 month on /1 month off (7-9 hours a day)
All travel expenses covered
Experienced English speaking Governess
Childcare and /or teaching qualifications are essential
Experience of working with children of this age
Positive, active, with a natural ability with children