Frequently asked Questions

You pay nothing at all to our agency for job mediation. We think, that it is not right to ask money from people in order to allow them to work and so we offer help in finding a job position completely free of charge.

Do I have to be self-employed?

Most job positions in Germany are for Slovak/self-employment, with some families, it is possible to conclude an employment relationship. In Switzerland they are working on Swiss employment contract.

Do I need a nursing course for a carer job?

No, taking a nursing course is not necessary most job positions, however, it is necessary to have at least experience from a domestic environment.

How long will it take you to find my family?

Finding a family is a highly individual matter for each applicant and therefore there is no exact time limit when we will find you a family with whom you will be mutually comfortable. In some cases, we are able to mediate the work within a few days, in other cases, the waiting time is even a month. In the case of families in Switzerland, the wait can be extended to two months due to high demand.

Can you help me travel? Who pays for the trip?

If you are interested, we can arrange the trip for you. We have long-term cooperation with transport companies that our nannies use repeatedly. Of course, you can also choose another preferred method of transportation. The carer pays for the trip herself, her family contributes €130-150 in Germany and CHF 380 in Switzerland.

How long are rotations usually?

In Germany, the standard rotation length is 4 to 6 weeks, in Switzerland 2 months. In the case of crowds, it is driven for a shorter time.

What is the salary and what does it depend on?

The salary in Germany ranges from €1,200 to €2,400 per month for trade certificate. The assessment depends on the required language and other skills abilities, from the state of health of the client and from whether the cared-for individual or married couple. In Switzerland, the salary ranges from 2460 to 2500 CHF per month Swiss employment contract.

What level of German do I need to have for a carer job?

In Germany, a medium to good knowledge of the German language is most often required, for some families a basic knowledge is enough and/or they require knowledge of another language, for example Czech or Russian. Families in Switzerland require a good knowledge of German, sometimes a better intermediate is sufficient.

Do you also offer work for male carers?

Yes, we are also successful in recruiting male caregivers to families.

Latest job offers

Carer Germany

Bad Wimpfen

Job start: 15 March 6 weeks

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Salary

Month
Rotation
Self-employed
2460 EUR
3890 EUR
  • +200.0, EUR travel bonus
  • House
  • The Internet
German:
B2-advanced
Caregiving experience
Age:
40 until 70 years
  • Walks
  • Garden
  • Cooking
  • Washing
  • Shopping
  • non-smoker
  • Washing up
  • Dressing up
  • Housekeeping
  • Night walking
Covid vaccines: an advantage
Man 89 years 172 cm 87 kg
  • Wheelchair and walker handling
  • Alzheimer
  • Dementia
  • Incontinence
Carer Germany

Eiken

Job start: 30 March 2 months

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Salary

Month
Rotation
Full-time
2700 CHF
5750 CHF
  • +350.0, CHF travel bonus
  • House
  • The Internet
German:
B2-advanced
Caregiving experience
Age:
40 until 60 years
  • Cooking
  • Washing
  • Shopping
  • non-smoker
  • Washing up
  • Dressing up
  • Housekeeping
  • Night walking
Covid vaccines: an advantage
Man 68 years 175 cm 75 kg
  • Interruption of night sleep
  • Diabetes
  • Parkinson's
Carer Germany

Mühlacker

Job start: 04 March 6 weeks

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Salary

Month
Rotation
Self-employed
2250 EUR
3350 EUR
  • +200.0, EUR travel bonus
  • a flat
  • The Internet
German:
B1-intermediate
Caregiving experience
  • Walks
  • Cooking
  • Washing
  • Ironing
  • Shopping
  • Washing up
  • Dressing up
  • Housekeeping
Covid vaccines: an advantage
Man 89 years 168 cm 86 kg
  • Walks
  • Alzheimer
  • Dementia
  • Incontinence
  • Personal hygiene
Man 89 years 168 cm 86 kg
  • Walks
  • Alzheimer
  • Dementia
  • Incontinence
  • Personal hygiene
Carer Germany

Bochum

Job start: 08 March 2 months

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Salary

Month
Rotation
Self-employed
2100 EUR
4400 EUR
  • +200.0, EUR travel bonus
  • House
  • The Internet
German:
B1-intermediate
Caregiving experience
  • Walks
  • Cooking
  • Washing
  • Ironing
  • Shopping
  • Washing up
  • Dressing up
  • Housekeeping
  • Night walking
Covid vaccines: an advantage
A woman 88 years 165 cm 65 kg
Carer Germany

Stuttgart

Job start: 01 March 6 weeks

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Salary

Month
Rotation
Self-employed
2100 EUR
3140 EUR
  • +200.0, EUR travel bonus
  • House
  • The Internet
German:
B1-intermediate
Caregiving experience
  • Walks
  • Cooking
  • Washing
  • Ironing
  • Baking
  • Shopping
  • Washing up
  • Dressing up
  • Housekeeping
  • Night walking
Covid vaccines: an advantage
A woman 97 years 165 cm 60 kg
  • Walks
  • Wheelchair and walker handling
  • Age weakness
  • Personal hygiene
Carer Germany

Bergheim

Job start: 16 March 6 weeks

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Salary

Month
Rotation
Self-employed
2100 EUR
3140 EUR
  • +200.0, EUR travel bonus
  • House
  • The Internet
German:
B1-intermediate
Caregiving experience
  • Walks
  • Cooking
  • Washing
  • Ironing
  • Baking
  • Shopping
  • Washing up
  • Dressing up
  • Housekeeping
Covid vaccines: an advantage
A woman 94 years 160 cm 65 kg
Carer Germany

Hainburg an der Donau

Job start: 05 March 6 weeks

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Salary

Month
Rotation
Self-employed
2160 EUR
3204 EUR
  • +180.0, EUR travel bonus
  • House
  • The Internet
German:
B2-advanced
Caregiving experience
Age:
40 until 60 years
  • Walks
  • Cooking
  • Washing
  • Ironing
  • Shopping
  • Washing up
  • Dressing up
  • Housekeeping
Covid vaccines: an advantage
A woman 80 years 160 cm 50 kg
  • Walks
  • Wheelchair and walker handling
  • Alzheimer
  • Dementia
  • Diabetes
  • Incontinence
  • Personal hygiene