Live in England while caring for children
Nannies International through the DIAL-AN-ANGEL® Group has been providing nannies and au pairs since 1967 and many hundreds of young people have used our professional services to combine work and travel. We offer exciting opportunities for young Australians to live and work in England.
Opportunities are available to young Australians aged 18 to 27 years who wish to live and work for 12 months in England. Work referral opportunities are always available for experienced, capable nannies and au pairs through DIAL AN ANGEL offices nationwide.
We will help you with all the necessary paperwork, visa application and country information. All our overseas families are personally screened and background checked by our partner agencies. We only work with the best agencies and families. You will receive ongoing support and you can be assured that your placement is secure and safe.
You can become part of a carefully selected host family, helping to care for their children and gaining international work experience. You will also have the chance to study, travel and make new friends across the globe.
Travelling with Nannies International is affordable, legal and safe so why not take the first steps towards an exciting new adventure and apply today!
Nannies International, The Nanny Company and The Nanny Service Pty Ltd are incorporated within the DIAL-AN-ANGEL GROUP of COMPANIES.
If you are interested in applying as a nanny or au pair fill out our angel application form or visit Current Vacancies and select UK to see what jobs are on offer.
If you would like to engage an Australian nanny or au pair to work in England you can request a quote online
Contact us for a free, no-obligation quote or to make a general enquiry.
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Our friendly and experienced co-ordinators are ready to help.
Simply call 1300 721 111 or if calling from outside of Australia please call +61 2 9416 7511.
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