A kind family on the UWS is seeking a part-time nanny/family assistant mainly for their 2 older children. The schedule is Monday through Friday, 3pm-8pm.
There are 3 children ages 11, 9, and 6. The youngest has his own nanny already so generally the care during the week will be for the 2 older children. The mother is a stay-at-home mom. The candidate to hire will primarily be responsible for assisting the older children with homework and after-school activities. Secondary responsibilities will be as a family assistant.
The job duties include homework help, taking the children to activities (bonus if the candidate drives- there is a luxury SUV the family will provide for use), planning activities, taking inventory of children's things at times and advising when replenishment is needed, planning activities during vacations, and possibly doing meals for the children. There is no cleaning or laundry for this role, but it is desired that the nanny makes sure the children clean up after themselves.
The candidate to hire must have a Bachelor's degree from 4-year university, preferably in Education or a field relating to their nanny career. A driver's license is strongly preferred. The ideal candidate can be a graduate student; the family is willing to be somewhat flexible with hours to work around a class schedule. The desired traits are someone who is enthusiastic about engaging with children, trustworthy, reliable, and organized. It is a bonus if the nanny is willing to travel. The family has a home in the Hamptons that they live in during the Summer so it may turn into a ROTA nanny role during summers (one month on, one month off paid, and own accommodations provided in the home). The family prefers a candidate who is COVID-vaccinated. The ability to speak Hebrew is a bonus. There are no pets in the home and there are cat allergies within the family so unfortunately they cannot have a nanny who has a cat. The home is Kosher and so no pork or shellfish is allowed in the home.
The hourly rate for this role is $35-45+ depending on experience and qualifications as outlined in resume.
You must be legal to work in the US and have a US Passport, Green card, or EAC to apply for this role. If you are interested in this position, please apply to HN125.
Seeking an organised and efficient yet easy-going personal assistant for a young and dynamic principal based mainly in Monaco. Expect a usual schedule of Monday through Friday, however there will be regular travel (for up to 6 months of the year) during which hours will be irregular and possibly longer. Flexibility is therefore key.
Duties will be varied and will include provisioning and maintaining household inventories, personal shopping, making reservations and booking appointments, organising holidays including developing itineraries and schedules, sorting mail, answering emails, household management and budgeting, working closely with other staff members (housekeeper, chef, executive assistant, etc), shipping items, some general household/housekeeping tasks, general errands, building and maintaining constructive and positive relationships with vendors and contractors, and remaining a couple of steps ahead at all times to ensure the principal has everything he needs and that his personal life runs smoothly at all times, amongst many other things.
The ideal candidate has plenty of prior experience assisting a principal in his private life and with managing household and life-style requirements. A love of travel is essential and candidates should be comfortable with remaining professional and discreet at all times in a relatively casual environment. Please have plenty of common sense, be able to work efficiently and effectively under your own steam, but also be a fantastic team-player when necessary. The principal is extremely bright, capable and fast-moving, he will expect the same from his personal assistant. A driver would be a bonus, fluent English is essential and a European passport would be preferred. Regular destinations will include European countries and central America. A generous salary is offered to the successful candidate, as well as 24 days holiday per year and sick pay. If you are interested in the role and are COVID-vaccinated and are legally able to work in the EU, please apply to ZI171.
A mature principal in Calabasas, CA is looking for a full-time, live-out housekeeper to join their team. The schedule will be Monday through Friday, 9am-6pm . You will be responsible for deep cleaning of the home, vacuuming, sweeping, completing laundry for the principal, assisting with meal prep if needed, organizing closets, and working on a team with the principal's carer in the home. The principal has a caretaker to help assist her with daily activities and cook meals for the principal and has a houseman to assist with home maintenance and serving, so you must be comfortable working on a team. The ideal candidate will be a team-player who is professional and has a positive attitude. You must pay close attention to detail in the home and have a passion for appearance and presentation. The role offers health care benefits as they are looking for a long-term fit. If you are COVID vaccinated and legal to work in the US and are interested in this position, please apply to KA278.
A lovely family of five in Manhattan is seeking a part-time housekeeper. The schedule for the housekeeper would be Monday through Friday, 9am-1pm.
Duties for this position encompass all aspects of housekeeping for the apartment, including deep cleaning and general tidying, organization projects, laundry, and tasks such as grocery shopping and errands. The family has children, and while they do have a full-time nanny, the ideal housekeeper candidate would enjoy working around children. The ideal candidate for this role is detail-oriented, proactive, efficient, and kind.
The family is offering $40-$45 per hour DOE. You must be COVID vaccinated and have a driver’s license and your own car for this role. You must be legal to work in the US and have a US Passport, Green Card, or EAC to apply for this role. If you are interested in this position, please apply to LH027.
A busy and professional family living in the Chicago area are seeking a top tier personal family assistant to join their team. The general work schedule is Monday through Friday, 40-50 hours per week, but this position requires flexibility.
Job duties will include a mix of family assistant and house manager tasks, such as hiring and overseeing household staff, planning travel (both commercial and private), overseeing projects and renovations, coordinating and managing schedules, conducting and summarizing research on various projects, setting up a house manual and systems, planning parties, and anything else that will make the family's life easier including running errands, stocking inventory, hands on pet-care, and more. The scope of responsibilities is broad, and will evolve as the family's needs change. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, detail-oriented, efficient, and a team-player, and will have a "Type A" mentality.
Candidates for this position must be COVID-vaccinated. Candidates should have years of experience working in private homes and with HNW families and on a large team. If you are legal to work in the US, and would like to be considered for this position, please apply to KO235.
A warm and generous family based between the Upper East Side and Westchester are seeking a full-time career nanny to care for their three children, aged 5, 2, and a newborn (a newborn care specialist will be with the family for the baby’s first 6-months). The schedule will be 8am-7pm, Thursday through Monday, with Tuesday and Wednesday off each week. The family spend Friday through Sunday at their home in Westchester, so the nanny will need to travel with them and spend Friday and Saturday night there, then travel back to the City with them on Sunday.
The days worked in the City will be live-out, and the days spent in Westchester will be live-in- there is no option for the nanny to live-in full-time. There will be no cooking required as there is a chef (placed by BAHS), and no laundry as there is a housekeeper. The nanny’s sole responsibility will be the safety, welfare, and general care of the children. Being a team-player is key, as you’ll be part of a positive, supportive household, including a respectful, collaborative stay-at-home mom and another nanny who works from Monday through Friday.
The ideal candidate will need to wear a few hats- in the City they will need to be supremely organized and keep on top of schedules, getting the children to school, various activities, play-dates, etc. on time, while in Westchester they’ll need to be outdoorsy, happy to take the children on nature walks and get creative/make their own fun. It’s essential that candidates be strong swimmers as there is a pool and a lake at the family’s home in Westchester. Only those candidates who are fully COVID vaccinated will be considered. The family have two hypoallergenic dogs so candidates must be pet friendly. A current driving license and clean driving record is a huge bonus. The family are offering between $130-$150k and a healthcare stipend to the successful candidate. If you are interested and are legal to work in the US, please apply to KP406.
An entrepreneurial and philanthropic couple is looking for a long-term, full-time, live-out senior personal assistant, in Scottsdale, Arizona. The role starts mid-February. They are not offering relocation, but are offering a sign-on bonus and will provide temporary housing, for a specific number of weeks, to allow the person time to secure their own housing.
The senior personal assistant must have several years of experience in a HNW formal private residence. This person will work out of an office in the home and will be the point person for the lady of the house, supporting her business, foundation, and being the liaison between her and her 3-person personal assistant team. You must have experience as a personal assistant for a HNW individual, have a sincere service mentality and strong preference will be given to someone who has a background in hospitality.
The senior personal assistant will serve as the point person and liaison between the principal, their personal services and affiliated teams, and is responsible for benchmarking, documenting, and providing exceptional service delivery in the areas of travel, business and brand development, social media management, creative services (i.e., gifting), wardrobe, calendaring, correspondence, vendor management, executive and personal assistant support, and general administration.
The ideal candidate must have proven experience building out a personal office and demonstrating superb leadership skills to ensure consistent, exceptional service delivery. You must also have substantial expertise in driving brand development and management for high-profile individuals. This position will serve as the apparel liaison for the principal's lifestyle company, overseeing calendaring, staff travel, and brand and social media programs. You will also oversee the principal's wardrobe, personal vendors, health and wellness, travel, gifting, calendaring and admin regarding all personal services.
This person will serve as a member of the leadership team. This position will ensure that the principals' and their family's needs are proactively and accurately communicated to the teams that support them. Travel will be needed to support the principal at their other homes and/or when required. This highly collaborative role will work closely with others to anticipate and be responsive to the family and their guest's needs. The senior personal assistant will refine administrative personal service delivery processes throughout the organization, demonstrate strong project management skills, and possess a respectful, incremental approach to implementing change. This role will develop streamlined workstreams to maximize family privacy while delivering exceptional personal, business, and administrative support.
The senior personal assistant must have extensive experience in private service, personal and executive assistance, hospitality, and brand development. Long-term success in this role will depend on the candidate's ability to rapidly familiarize themself with the principals’ preferences and expectations and, in turn, deliver next-level service. This role requires an emotionally intelligent communicator who leads with confidence, strategy, and an authentic passion for exceeding the principals expectations.
Essential duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, manage and maintain the complex personal, social, and business calendars of Mrs., which involves extensive scheduling and coordination with the family office team and tracking all pertinent information required; provide personal assistance and concierge services to the principals, their families, and guests in collaboration with the personal services teams; attend regular meetings with the leadership team to review pending projects and staffing issues; collaborate with the property and household services teams to coordinate projects and events and elevate workflow; communicate clearly and consistently with all property staff and all off-site partners. Also, professionally represent and interface with Principals' friends, business contacts, family, doctors, stylists, and other important personal advisors; manage and track expenses and bills, credit card reconciling, staff expenditure approval, and coordinating with accounting partners in the family office, perform light financial analysis as requested, review contracts pertinent to the principal and liaises with other departments; drive development and maintenance of manuals, procedures, and checklists for personal services operations, travel, etc., and conduct annual reviews & updates; oversee general administrative processes for both the personal office and all personal services; direct the personal office of the principal ensuring operations run smoothly, and standards are being exceeded. Build out the personal office of Mrs., and drive brand development for her lifestyle business, act as the apparel liaison between the principals and their companies; oversee the principal's calendars and coordinate staff travel to guarantee efficient scheduling and support; manage, strategize, and grow the principal’s social media presence, and manage all social media admin.
Personal support responsibilities include, but are not limited to, overseeing the principals wardrobe, liaise and direct stylists as required; manage and coordinate with personal vendors; oversee all health & wellness personal services to ensure exceptional service delivery; direct and collaborate with the travel assistant and other personal services staff on creating unique and custom travel experiences and perform travel-related research as needed; create itinerary planning and coordinate meal reservations or meal delivery at various properties and locations, as required; ensure guest itineraries and their specific needs are identified and communicated; collaborate with the Director of Food & Beverage on the planning, set-up, organization, and seamless orchestration of small-to-large-scale events; manage all incoming event invitations, RSVP'ing on behalf of principal(s), and updating the calendar as needed; direct the personal services team with gifting programs, including inventory, researching unique gifts, purchasing, wrapping, and sending gifts; collaborate with the property and household services teams to ensure easy family transitions between residences.
Staff management & development responsibilities include, but are not limited to, serving as the point of contact between the personal services team members and the leadership team; drive, develop, and update training programs for new/existing employees to ensure the highest service standards and consistency; work with staff members to set priorities for their specific position; monitor staff levels and proactively review staffing needs, shortages, or overscheduling with the general manager; maintain records relative to staff performance and create and deliver annual reviews and/or improvement plans; responsible for drafting and/or approving all personal services team schedules to support the principals’ upcoming calendar and ensure appropriate coverage, including on-call weekend coverage; responsible for real-time responses and coverage of staff absences or illness.
Education and experience: a bachelor's degree is welcomed but not mandatory, must have a minimum of seven-plus years of relevant experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience providing personal support within a high- service, action-oriented private environment with high accountability levels; experience coordinating with diverse global service teams, including personal service assistants, property managers, housekeepers, chefs, drivers, and other staff/vendors as may be required; experience in maintaining a private employer's confidentiality, safety, security, and privacy; superb written and oral communication skills; a gift for distilling information into verbal and written format, tech-savvy: complete comfort with all standard Mac computers and internet skills, including email; apps; calendaring programs; social media platforms; Microsoft Office suite (Word & Excel); project management and messaging tools; various online portals for scheduling; quick learner of new apps; must have experience directing complex travel, hospitality, event, and entertaining requirements.
Personal qualities and character to be successful in this role: must be warm, polished, intuitive, calm, and collaborative by nature; have a superb attitude and work ethic; ability to handle criticism and maintain exceptional organizational and time management skills; must be honest, trustworthy, reliable, and well-presented; must be highly organized, efficient, service-oriented, and low ego; works well under pressure, not easily frazzled; ability to wear many hats and transition into additional roles as needed; is observant and attentive to the principal’ preferences and intuitive at replicating the qualities they enjoy, has a can-do attitude, no task being too great or too small, and genuinely enjoys providing personal service; have the ability to accommodate a non-traditional work schedule and remain flexible to meet the family's needs; have the ability to anticipate the next steps by thinking creatively, solving problems, and taking a broad perspective to make the principal's lives easier; and takes ownership of work, thinks strategically, and is resourceful.
Hours will ideally be Monday through Friday, with flexibility to be available after hours, if needed. You must be flexible to do some weekends also. The family is offering medical, dental, vision, PTO, main federal holidays paid (must be flexible to work holidays), a discretionary yearly bonus, and 401k retirement with matching. They are going to run background and credit checks. You must have a valid drivers' license, must have a car, and must have a clean driving record as well as a valid U.S. Passport and the ability to travel domestically and internationally. A COVID vaccination is required for this role, due to the traveling. If interested, apply to VV244.
A private and busy family living on the Upper West Side are seeking a second housekeeper to join their team and help keep their home running smoothly. The general schedule will be full-time hours, 9am-5pm, and flexibility for additional hours as needed. The family prefers 5 working days including one weekend day. They are flexible for the right person.
Duties for this position encompass all aspects of housekeeping for the apartment, including deep cleaning and general tidying, organization projects, laundry, and tasks such as grocery shopping, errands, managing household vendors, overseeing deliveries, assisting with prep for guests, light pet care, and more. The family has three children, and while they do have full-time nannies, the ideal housekeeper candidate would enjoy working around children and would be willing to supervise them on occasion. Willingness to prepare quick and simple breakfast foods or easy meals for the children would be a bonus. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, a team-player, be able to blend in, and will have a great attitude and pleasant demeanor.
A COVID vaccine and all boosters are required for this role as is the ability to work in a home with a cat and dog. Compensation for the role depends on experience and ranges from $35-$45 per hour. If you are legal to work in the US and are interested in this position, please apply to KO231
A very nice, high-profile, couple is looking for a long-term, live-out personal assistant, in Greenwich, CT. The role starts as soon as possible. They are not offering relocation- the candidate MUST be local to the area.
This person must have significant experience as a personal assistant for HNW/UHNW principals. Their resume must reflect longevity of more than five years for any given role. It will be a major bonus for someone who has more than 5-years experience as a personal assistant working for a celebrity.
The goal for this role is to support the principal, working alongside their current assistant to ensure and enable the achievement of goals and initiatives in an efficient and timely manner. You will work within a dynamic residential and office culture that focuses on open-mindedness, truth, reflection, and excellence.
Day-to-day responsibilities would include a combination of the following responsibilities; provide oversight, coordination, and assistance to owner on various projects in a fast paced residential, business, and family office environment. Manage various aspects of logistics of business and personal calendaring (multiple time zones) and event planning- events consist of small personal residential events to moderate business events and large-scale business and/or philanthropic events. Manage annual birthday and holiday program logistics with focus on personal gifting and collaborate on large-scale philanthropic gifting. Provide specialized gift and project research support. Procure items such as residential supplies, office supply, seasonal purchases, event purchases, gift wrapping, mailings, distributions, and creating custom gift certificates. Coordinate transportation arrangements, from personal to large event arrangements utilizing experience in personal ground, aviation and yacht reservations. Manage multiple expense accounts reporting through Concur, manage multiple corporate credit cards. Pro-actively ensure timely communication to residential team members and office teams. Provide oversight and coordination for the scheduling and hosting of zooms and various video meeting platform meetings. Liaise with technology support to schedule team roll-outs, troubleshooting, compliance. Assist with virtual and paper file organization and archiving, inventory management, contact updating, mailing list removals, domestic and international shipping, online subscriptions, membership renewals, personal donation processing. Additional responsibilities and/or special projects as requested.
They are looking for the following values- willing to strive for truth, integrity, openness, honesty, and someone who does not filter, spin, or manipulate communications. Excellence- high standards and expectations, always striving to improve. Discretion- respects privacy, understands and maintains confidentiality. Teamwork-ability to creatively collaborate.
The personal assistant should be proficient in as many of the following programs as possible; Mac, MS Outlook & MS suite, Google docs, Adobe, Salesforce, Concur, Dropbox, and cloud-based file systems.
Hours will ideally be Monday through Friday, 8am-6pm however, you must have a 24/7 mentality and be available after hours, as needed. The family is offering medical, (next year they will be adding dental and vision), PTO, paid sick/personal days, paid federal holidays (although must be willing to work if needed), yearly bonus, and 401k retirement.
The personal assistant must have their valid drivers' license and own car. You must have a U.S. Birth Certificate, valid U.S. Passport, or valid Permanent Resident Card (Green Card), to apply for this role. The personal assistant must be COVID vaccinated with at least one booster. If interested, apply to VV242.
An older established couple is looking for a long-term, full-time, live-out maintenance manager, in Scottsdale, Arizona. The role starts as soon as possible. They are not offering relocation, but are offering a sign-on bonus. The principals will provide temporary housing, for a specific number of weeks, to allow the person time to secure their own housing.
This person must have several years of experience in maintenance of a large property, specifically a large private property, and experience with being hands-on and able to make necessary repairs. The maintenance manager should also have management experience, and be able to lead a team. Having any certifications is a bonus.
Property info: 60,000 square feet living space and 90 acres, central plant boiler and chiller system, multiple grease interceptors, sewage grinders/lift station, septic field, 50+ fan coil units, savant indoor and outdoor lighting, AV, HVAC, fireplace/fire-pit controls and window blind control, lutron lighting controls, pentair pool and spa controls for 7+ water features and pools, and state of the art security systems.
To be successful in this role you need to be well organized, manage preventative maintenance (PM) software, ensure PM’s are being addressed promptly and coordinate tasks with maintenance staff, ensure IT staff is on premises 10 hours/day, 7 days per week (+ holidays), ensure maintenance staff is on premises 10 hours/day, 7 days per week (+ holidays), ensure all outside vendors comply with background, confidentiality, and vendor agreement documents, schedule vendor visits, coordinate with security and household constraints, and troubleshoot any issues.
This role will require flexibility in schedule, getting 2-days off per week. You must have a valid drivers' license, and must have a car. The family is offering medical, dental, vision, PTO, main federal holidays paid (must be flexible to work holidays), a discretionary yearly bonus, and 401k retirement with matching. COVID vaccination is not required, but is a plus. They are going to run background and credit checks. You must have a U.S. Birth Certificate, valid U.S. Passport, or valid Permanent Resident Card (Green Card), to apply for this role. If interested, apply to VV239.
A kind and busy family in Westport, CT is seeking an experienced and proactive nanny to care for their newborn. The family's children are 4, 2, and 2-months-old, but they have a full-time nanny who will continue caring for the older two. The general schedule for the days will be 7am to 5pm or 8am to 6pm (45-50 hours per week), with occasional flexibility needed for a later evening. The job responsibilities will include care and engagement of the baby in age-appropriate activities that will keep her on track with developmental milestones. You must be willing and enthusiastic to work on a team, in partnership with both the current nanny and the active parents. In additional to childcare, the nanny will be expected to assist with solids preparation and introduction (when the time comes), tidying, and laundry for the baby in coordination with the other nanny. The ideal candidate is vibrant and easy-going with strong experience and knowledge surrounding infant development. The nanny must be fully vaccinated for COVID (with a booster), have a valid driver's license, be comfortable with a dog in the home, and ideally be a strong swimmer, as the family has a pool. It is also ideal if the nanny is willing to occasionally travel with the family, domestically and internationally. The family has a strong preference for a live-out candidate but will consider live-in for the right person. If you're interested and legal to work in the US, apply to EB329.
First-time parents are seeking an infant nanny for their 6 month-old twins, to start March/April 2023 in Mumbai, India. This will be a shared care role working alongside an existing team of nannies and nurses, with a rotational schedule of 6 weeks on, 3 weeks off, and working 6 days per week.
The successful candidate will help with all aspects of the babies' care including developing and supporting routines, keeping the nursery and play areas clean and tidy, laundry and ironing, encouraging the babies' development, and with ensuring they meet their milestones. Candidates must have prior experience with twins, should be discreet, considerate and comfortable working in a team environment, and should be open to regular and extended periods of international travel (including to the US, Europe and the UK). The household is fully staffed, so a flexible mindset and excellent communication skills are essential, as is experience in building and maintaining a supportive, collaborative and caring environment for the babies and parents. A medical background would be preferred; previous NICU or paediatric nursing experience would be ideal.
The family is very COVID cautious: you will need to be fully vaccinated and boosted, will need to undergo regular PCR tests and the family would prefer the newborn care specialists to stay on-site, even when not working. Candidates will be provided witha private bedroom and bathroom off-site and a car will be available for duties and personal use.
If you are interested in the role, and are COVID-vaccinated and boosted, please apply to ZI162.
A family is seeking a full-time executive housekeeper for their home in Presidio Heights, San Francisco. The ideal schedule is Monday through Friday from 8:30am-3:30pm. They are looking for 35-40 hours per week. The role is live-out, but the family has space for the candidate to live-in if this is preferred.
The home is an estate level home and is 13,000 sq. ft. There are 4 school-aged children aged 7 through 17. Other staff includes a nanny and part-time house manager. The candidate to hire must work well with other staff. The family is informal, but the home in the sense of furniture and decor is more on the formal side. There is 1 small hypoallergenic dog in the home.
Duties include laundry, general cleaning, and meeting vendors for repair. The candidate to hire should know how to do laundry well in the sense of handling fine fabrics such as cashmere.
Benefits include a monthly health-care stipend and paid time off. You must be legal to work in the US and have a US Passport, Green Card, or EAC to apply for this role. If you are interested in this position, please apply to HN120.
A lovely family of three is seeking a Portuguese speaking nanny to care for their 2.5-year-old daughter. The schedule for this position is full-time, Monday through Friday, 8:30am-6:30pm. The family is Brazilian and would love for the nanny to speak Portuguese to their daughter in the home.
Duties for this position include all childcare, as well as child-related tasks such as organizing her room and doing her laundry. The nanny will also prepare basic healthy meals for the child, inclusive of a protein, carbohydrate, and vegetable. They would love to find someone who is willing to cook for the whole family, but this is not a requirement. Brazilian food would be a bonus, but is not necessary, and they are open to someone who is willing to learn. The child is in school for several hours each day, the nanny can use that time for shopping and meal preparation. The ideal nanny for this role will be warm, gentle, and will enjoy playing and engaging with the child.
The family travels once or twice per year, for approximately one week at a time, and they would love for their nanny to accompany them. This travel is domestic and international. They have a second home in Westchester, and the ideal nanny will be willing to work there occasionally during the summer months. The family has a cat and small dog- the dog is friendly but barks, so candidates should be comfortable working around dogs. A COVID vaccination is required for this position. This role is offering a competitive rate of $25-30/hr. for the right candidate. If you are legal to work in the US and would like to be considered for this position, please apply to AS371.
A busy couple in the Belle Harbor neighborhood of Rockaway Beach, Queens is seeking a part-time housekeeper/household assistant to help keep their lives and spaces organized and running smoothly. The schedule is ideally two days per week (flexible on those days depending on candidate availability) for about 8-10 hours per day. The couple has just moved into a new home and they are hoping to find someone who can assist them in establishing organizational systems for areas like their pantry and closets and keep an inventory of dry goods and groceries as needed. Duties will also include maintenance cleaning of the 2500 square foot home, laundry, errands (like grocery shopping or package returns), and preparing some simple meals for the couple to have throughout the week. It would be a huge plus if this person is comfortable occasionally walking their small friendly dog. The ideal candidate is easy-going, intelligent, proactive, and interested in establishing a long-term relationship with the couple as responsibilities increase over the next several years. The salary range offered is $25 to $40 per hour and the rate will reflect the experience and skill-set of the hired candidate. If you're interested and legal to work in the US, apply to E370.
A wonderful family living in Manhattan is seeking a full-time nanny for their 8-month-old daughter. They wold love to on-board someone who is looking to be with a family long-term and are seeking someone who has previous longevity with other families. The schedule will be Monday through Friday from 8am to 6pm, with a shorter day on Friday being offered- flexibility to work beyond the set schedule is required. You must be flexible to work beyond the scheduled hours as both parents work beyond full-time and often have last minute travel/appointments.
Their ideal nanny would take initiative, be proactive, flexible, and act as a partner to their parenting team. Duties for this role will be all things related to their daughter, focusing on her developmental stages, being proactive in planning classes/activities for her, meal prep and laundry for her, and being an extra hand around the home. Ideally, the candidate to hire will have a pitch-in attitude and will be able to run occasional errands or help keep the home running smoothly.
The family is offering an hourly rate of $35-40/hr but are open to a higher rate for the right qualified candidate. You must be COVID vaccinated, be comfortable around dogs, and be able to travel both domestically and internationally. Knowledge of the Spanish language or any second language is preferred, but is not required. If you are legal to work in the US and are interested in this role, please apply to KA271.
A laid-back family in Greenwich, CT is looking for a part-time chef to prepare meals off-site and drop off twice a week. The family is looking for someone who can prepare custom meals for 6-7 dinners per week, can follow recipes sent by the family, and is familiar with healthy versions of a southeast Asian cuisine. You will be responsible for coordinating with the principals via email regarding the recipes for each week, preparing meals in your own kitchen, emailing recipes to the principals, and dropping off meals to the family with instructions to reheat. The ideal start date will be March 2023. The family could be flexible regarding which days the meals are dropped off. You will be cooking for the parents only. the family is offering around $400-$500/drop off of meals, but can be flexible. If you are interested in this position, please apply to GM559.
An older established couple is looking for a long-term, full-time, live-out butler, in Scottsdale, Arizona. The role starts as soon as possible. They are not offering relocation, but are offering a sign-on bonus. The principals will provide temporary housing, for a specific number of weeks, to allow the person time to secure their own housing if not already local to the area.
The butler must have several years of experience in a HNW formal private residence. Duties will include, but are not limited to, food and beverage service for the couple, formal serving, managing their wardrobes, organizing their closets, and supporting the housekeeping team. You must have formal serving experience and it would be a bonus if you are familiar with wine pairings.
This role will require flexibility in schedule, getting 2-days off per week. You must have a valid drivers' license and a car. The family is offering medical, dental, vision, PTO, main federal holidays paid (must be flexible to work holidays), a discretionary yearly bonus, and 401k retirement with matching. A COVID vaccination is not required, but is a plus. They are going to run background and credit check. This person must be able to travel domestically without restriction. You must have a U.S. Birth Certificate, valid U.S. Passport, or valid Permanent Resident Card (Green Card) to apply for this role. If interested, apply to VV237.
A mature principal on the Upper East Side is seeking a full-time, live-in laundress/housekeeper. The schedule will mostly be Monday through Friday when the principal is in the city. On the few occasions that the principal is in the city on weekends, you will be expected to work the weekend and take two weekdays off the following week. The hours must be flexible due to the nature of the role, you can expect to work 40-50 hours per week. The role will require you to help the principal get ready in the mornings, serve breakfast, make coffee or tea, and assist with any household tasks. There is a second housekeeper in the home who works 9am-6pm during the week and is responsible solely for cleaning the home. During the day, you will have downtime, run some errands for the principal, complete laundry, organize the closets, care for fine garments, pack and unpack for the principal, and run through outfits with the principal. In the evenings, you will be responsible for serving dinner, assisting with any admin tasks for the principal, and making tea.
The successful candidate will be comfortable in and have prior experience working in a high-end home. They should have laundress skills and be comfortable handling couture items and helping to pack for business trips, events, and vacations. Knowledge of caring for fine fixtures, fine art and silver polishing is a must! The client entertains and would like to hire someone comfortable with table settings, events, entertaining and formal dinner service. You must be legal to work in the US and have a US Passport, Green Card, or EAC to apply for this role. The principal will be offering a competitive rate of $35 -$50 per hour dependent upon experience and skill-set. If you are interested in this position, please apply to GM555.
A professional couple is looking for a long-term, part-time, live-out, Spanish-speaking nanny, in Wellington, Florida. The role start as soon as possible. No relocation is being offered so the candidate must be local. The family includes the mother, father, 7-year-old girl, and 4-year-old boy. They have birds, 2 pug dogs, and 1 pug dog that travels with them. Other staff includes a house manager, chef, two housemen, 2 housekeepers, a laundress, a personal assistant, two servers, and a full-time nanny.
Hours will ideally be Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, 8-9 hours per day. The family is flexible as to which three days, so as to fit in with any other job the nanny may have. Although part-time, the family is offering complete benefits, including medical, dental, and vision (at almost 90%), PTO, paid sick/personal days, paid federal holidays, a performance-based yearly bonus, 401k with matching, life insurance, and additional benefits with a premium.
The nanny must have several years of experience caring for elementary-aged children in a HNW formal family. You must speak Spanish. This person should be engaging, plan activities with the kids, be proactive, and nurture the children's growth and educate them. There may be light housekeeping duties, such as helping to keep the kitchen clean, keeping the kids bedrooms and play-rooms clean and organized, and helping with the children's laundry.
They nanny must be CPR/first aid certified, and must know how to swim. You must have a valid drivers' license, a car, and a clean driving record. The nanny must be COVID vaccinated and have a U.S. Birth Certificate, valid U.S. Passport, valid Permanent Resident Card (Green Card), or valid E.A.C. (Employment Authorization Card) to apply for this role. If interested, apply to VV224.