Families who are in need of varied assistance, but do not require management of household staff or maintenance would benefit from a family assistant. A family assistant acts as your right hand to execute any needed errands or tasks, whether related to the family or business, and will identify needs even before the family may recognize or relay them.
The position of a family assistant is similar to a house manager but will not require management of household staff or a frequent focus on household maintenance. The family assistant is a fusion of multiple positions to cater to the family wherever help is needed to keep the household and the family’s lives functioning easily and efficiently. A large part of the family assistant’s job can involve childcare and household duties such as driving the children to activities, cooking for the family, running errands, light housekeeping, and upkeep of the family’s schedule and appointments. The family may also ask that their family assistant help with administrative tasks related to their personal or business lives. It is an all-encompassing position that requires the individual to be proactive and seek out ways to simplify the family’s life while adhering to the requests made of them.
Steps to Begin Your Family Assistant Search
Step 1: Contact Us
Call us at 713-963-8880 or submit the form below to learn more about your needs and the type of person that you are looking for. Plus, it will give you an opportunity to learn about our family assistant services, our experience, and our engagement process we use in finding the perfect family assistant for your family.
Step 2: Family Application
After the initial call, should you choose to partner with Motherhood Center’s Family Assistant Agency we will send you an Online Family Application to explore in more detail your specific need, considerations, and qualifications for the family assistant you are looking to hire. If you don’t know exactly what you need, we will help guide you through the options.
Step 3: Phone Consultation
After we review your Family Application, we will contact you for a phone consultation. During this call, our clients experience our knowledge and value as we guide and ask additional questions to identify an ideal candidate for our client.
Step 4: Family Assistant Agreement and Search Fee
To begin a family assistant search, a family must submit the Family Assistant Agreement with the Fee Schedule and initial search fee.