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Local Childcare Coordinator

Flexible, work from home opportunity!

GreatAuPair is a full-service au pair agency that has been providing affordable live-in childcare to American families through carefully screened international au pairs since 2001. GreatAuPair is designated by the US Department of State, an honor bestowed to only a handful of agencies. GreatAuPair seeks to hire Local Childcare Coordinators to work with host families and au pairs. This is an independent contractor position that affords unlimited growth opportunity.

As a Local Childcare Coordinator in your community, you are an important member of our team. You will be working closely with host families and au pairs to provide program support as well as reaching out in your community to market and grow the program. This is the perfect position for individuals who have a passion for cultural exchange and a desire to make a positive impact on the lives of families and exchange visitors. GreatAuPair offers a competitive compensation plan (based on actual number of host families) along with a generous program discount for Local Childcare Coordinators who desire to host their own au pair. You will have the benefit of GreatAuPair’s vast marketing resources and website with thousands of host families to help build your market.

Requirements

Job Duties and Responsibilities

Screen host family applicants

  • Conduct an in-home interview for all new host families to ensure their suitability and to provide a program orientation.
  • Check 2 host family references by telephone.

Support host families and au pairs during their placement year

  • Place a welcome call to the host family and au pair within 48 hours of the au pair’s arrival into the home.
  • Conduct an in-home orientation within 2 weeks of the au pair’s arrival into the home.
  • Introduce the au pair to her new community by creating a welcome packet of information and identifying educational opportunities.
  • Contact all host families and au pairs by telephone once a month and submit a status report documenting your calls.
  • Create and facilitate monthly au pair meetings.
  • Conduct two host-family-day events per year.
  • Conduct mediations as needed to help resolve placement difficulties and facilitate positive outcomes.
  • Serve as a helpful resource to your host families and au pairs.
  • Occasionally house au pairs who may be in transition.

Monitor and maintain all related Department of State regulations

  • Live within one hour’s drive of all host families you service.
  • Ensure Department of State regulations are maintained throughout the placement.
  • Immediately report any Department of State violations or concerns to your manager.

Grow the program in your community

  • Recruit new host families by actively promoting the program in your community.
  • Plan and implement grass roots marketing strategies in your community.
  • Provide exceptional service that results in repeat customers and host family referrals.

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