Everyone wants to take care of the baby, but who will take care of the parents?
mtime gives busy parents their time back by matching them with moncierges, family assistants we train to provide a mix of housekeeping and nannying tasks. However, a moncierge is not just a nanny or a housekeeper. Traditionally a nanny is only there to look after the kids and a housekeeper is there only to look after the home.
A moncierge is there to take care of the wellbeing of the parents. By tackling the things parents would do on a daily basis, such as cooking, cleaning, chores and childcare, a moncierge is able to reduce the stress and overall workload faced by these parents and thereby give them more time to spend with their family and take care of themselves.
Our moncierges help parents with the 4Cs:
Well, a moncierge can't do everything at the same time. They follow a task list that is created by mtime using a tailored household manual created for each individual family. The moncierge can then work with the family to keep the family task list up to date over time.
The work schedule is built around your availability.
- Shifts are between 7am - 7pm, Monday - Friday.- Shifts are with the same family and the same time each week- Each family has an average of 7hrs of support per week across two shifts
Moncierges can expect to work with at least 3 families for a total of 21hrs/week - but you can work more or less as suits their schedule.
For example, one family may require you to work for them at 11-3pm every Monday and Wednesday, another 10-1pm Tuesday and Thursday and one other might ask you to do one long session on Fridays 10-5pm. Totalling 21hrs per week of work.
When a moncierge accepts a family, they commit to working with that same family at the same time and day each week, for at least 6 months.
When a moncierge misses or abandons their commitment to a family, everyone will be impacted. Even when mtime can find a replacement moncierge for a family, we can't replace the trust, relationship and reliance built with the previous moncierge.
If you can’t commit to working with a family at the same time and day for at least six months, being a moncierge may not be right for you.
Becoming a Moncierge is a three stage process:
1. Apply: Complete this form, its the first step in getting to know each other. 2. Have an interview: If you're the right fit, we will contact you to schedule an interview over zoom. You'll then be asked for references.3. Start working!: If you pass the interview and your references can confirm you're as amazing as we think you are - you'll be given a contract and it'll be time to start training and getting your compliance documents.
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