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Alpha Omega is an au pair placement agency based in Luxembourg to help busy parents like you. We know you want to save time and take care of your lovely children. We will therefore take care of the preliminary work for you. We recruit quality au pairs in different countries through our partner agency or we carefully select the best of them directly from the applications received. We interview, check their references and inform each of our au pairs according to the standards of au pair placement in Luxembourg so that this cultural exchange can be a success. This is just the beginning. Once your au pair arrives, we support the family and the young person throughout the entire duration of the stay and constantly monitor your satisfaction.

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Who is concerned

All families with at least one child under 13 years of age before the au pair's arrival.

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Preconditions

Host family criteria are as follows::
  • Have at least one child under 13 years.
  • Have a child care option for their children under 6 years.
  • Be aware that the purpose of the program is a cultural exchange.
The daily participation of the au pair in family tasks may not exceed:
  • On average 5 hours per day over a period of one week.
  • On average 25 hours over a period of one month or 4 weeks.
How to proceed

How to proceed?

  • Registration on our website is free.
  • This will allow us to select the most suitable candidates and help the candidate to be fully informed.
  • AO Au pair placement assists you on an ongoing basis to ensure that your cultural exchange experience is a success.
If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to
Contact us

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Step 1

Registration

Once you have registered and completed your profiles, we will contact you for a visit to your home without obligation on your part. This visit allows us to get to know you and get a more global view of your family and according on your expectations to suggest the most suitable candidate.

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Step 2

Engagement

Whenever you are ready and want to entrust us with the search for your future au pair, contact us by email or by phone. We will send you an email with the mission letter, the general terms and conditions of sale as well as the deposit invoice.

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Step 3

Selecting Candidates

We will provide you with 2-3 candidate files that match your family. All interviews with candidates are organized by Alpha Omega. All you need to do is let us know which candidates you are interested to interview and we will handle them.

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Step 4

Au Pair Placement Agreement

After your choice and convenience with the au pair, we will contact you to check and discuss with you what has been agreed regarding the young person's travel, vacation and schedule.

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Step 5

Billing

AO Au Pair Placement will send you by e-mail an invoice for the placement and assistance fees, which must be paid at the time of signing the agreement. Payments are accepted by bank transfer, which are detailed below on your invoice.

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Step 6

Ongoing Support From Alpha Omega

As soon as the selection process is completed, the support for your family continues. We encourage both family and the au pair to keep us informed of the progress of the placement. We are at your disposal to help you and the au pair to overcome any problems that may arise, so do not hesitate to contact us by phone or e-mail as soon as you think you need help or advice.

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Meet our available Au pairs

Alheli - (degree in Psychology)

Alheli - (degree in Psychology) (27)

Mexico
  • Number #772
  • Languages Spanish, English C2
  • Driver License 2017
  • Type Automatic & Manuel
  • Available 01.05.2021
Experiences

Every Sunday, lessons for children of various ages were held in the church where I used to volunteer.
I started off with the "oldest" kids (6-12 years old), only telling them about the gospel by creative experiences, which sure helped keep them entertained.

Then I was with the "youngest" kids (3-5 years old), we had shorter lessons, and we used to play, sing, and draw about the topics we were studying.

2019 - I worked as an intern at a special needs education classroom (kids with Autism and Mental Retardation). There were 15 students in all, ranged in age from 6 to 11, who were divided into three grades. My responsibilities there included encouraging them with reading and writing. We also used to play with various items, such as legos and bricks. 

Hobbies

dancing Salsa & Bachata, swimming, hiking, reading, spending time in nature and traveling

Comments
I went to Thailand as a volunteer in an elephant sanctuary a few years ago, and it was one of the greatest experiences of my life.