|Regoin||Middle, North, Patagonia, South|
|City||In all of Chile|
|Duration||at least 3 months|
|Age||18 years or older|
|Language||Spanish (good), German (good) or English (good)|
As an au pair in Chile, you have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the Latin American culture by living with a family and to become part of society yourself. You take care of your host family’s children and help with the daily household. In return you will receive a single room in the family home, full board and monthly pocket money. The children are often raised bilingually, which is why foreign languages play a major role.
We have a large network of families in Chile who are looking for foreign help for childcare. The families are spread across the country, but most live in the greater Santiago de Chile area. We select all families individually.
Your tasks can include, for example:
- Bringing children to school or kindergarten
- Play, sing, do handicrafts, etc. with the children
- Help with homework
- Take the kids for a walk or go to the playground
- Supervising, dressing and washing the children
- Accompany children to sports and leisure activities
- Help with kitchen work, tidying up and cleaning
- Prepare meals for the children
Important: As an au pair, you are not a service worker or cleaning lady. For example, it is not your job to clean the whole house or cook for the whole family.
Be fond of children, reliable, a high sense of responsibility, flexible, proactive, willingness to help
Experience as an au pair or in childcare is an advantage, but not mandatory
good knowledge of Spanish (B1-B2) and / or good knowledge of English and / or German
We would be happy to organize a preparatory Spanish course in Chile for you. more info
Approx. 30-40 hours per week, also babysitting in the evening or on the weekend.
You will receive pocket money of 200-330 euros per month.
A driver’s license is not a requirement, but some host families need their au pair to use the car.
International travel health insurance is required. Liability insurance with international protection and travel cancellation insurance is also recommended. You should also take out accident insurance for activities in particularly dangerous areas. more info
In principle, no special vaccinations are required. We recommend that you contact your general practitioner or an appropriate travel doctor before you travel. more info
No special visa is required. We recommend that you contact the responsible Chilean consulate before you start your journey. more info
with accommodation in a single room and full board
- Placement with your au pair family in Chile
- Single room in the host family’s house
- Full board with the host family
- Personal advice and support for general questions throughout your stay
- Translation of your résumé in Spanish
- Personal English contact person on site
- 24-hour emergency number in Chile
- Program confirmation for visa application (if a visa is necessary)
- Certificate of participation for your au pair
- Info brochure with the most important data and facts about Chile
- Useful information and tips about your stay
Combine an au-pair job with work and travel, volunteering or internship
If you are planning a longer stay, you can combine an au pair job with a work and travel job, a ranch stay, a volunteer work or an internship at different locations in Chile. Our programs can be combined with one another as needed. The best thing is, if you combine several programs in Chile, you will receive the following discounts on the program costs.
Accommodation and Meals
You live directly in your host family’s house in your own single room. Thus you are part of the family and take part directly in family life. In addition, of course, you get full board and monthly pocket money. This gives you the opportunity to get to know and travel to Chile even better in your free time or after your au pair stay.
The families are spread all over Chile, but most live in the greater Santiago de Chile area. All of our families are individually selected, regularly visited and evaluated.
They can be purely Chilean families, binational or foreign families. Most families do not live directly in the city center, but in suburbs, where the children can play away from the noise and traffic. Many families have large houses with gardens and swimming pools.
Families vary in size, from one to four children. The age of the children is usually between 0 and 14 years.