Who We Are:      

Nines is a private membership service offering household staffing and management. We recruit and hire top-tier service professionals in categories such as: childcare providers, housekeepers, chefs, drivers, tutors, personal assistants, and more for our members.   

We believe that being a socially responsible employer is not only the right thing to do, but it also results in a service experience of unrivaled quality for our members. Nines offers a best-in-class employment experience for our service professionals, complete with hands-on training, competitive salary, healthcare benefits, paid vacation, and developmental resources.   

We’re seeking service professionals who are as passionate about the art of hospitality and home care as we are.  


About the Household:  

The home is an 11,000 square feet and located in the Tribeca neighborhood in New York City. The member household is comprised of our a husband, wife, and four daughters, ages 2, 6, 10, and 12. They have a cat in residence as well. 


Responsibilities and Duties:     

  • Perform general household cleaning duties not limited to dusting, vacuuming, mopping, polishing, and sweeping  
  • Ensure all aspects of the homes outdoor spaces are cared for: changing lightbulbs, cleaning the furniture, taking care of the patio, and cleaning the outdoor kitchen  
  • Check the consistency of all rooms and ensuring all items are in the appropriate places and standards are met   
  • Ensure high traffic areas are clean and sanitized per member’s preference  
  • Clean bathroom sinks, tubs, showers, and toilets according to prescribed sanitary standards     
  • Clean kitchen, appliances, and unload/load dishwasher   
  • Perform and manage all laundry needs and ironing for all members of the household   
  • Inspect linens and towels regularly while refreshing bed linens per members preference.   
  • Report any damage to the member   
  • Sign for all packages and deliveries, inspecting for damage upon arrival  
  • Availability to open the gate / grounds to various vendors as needed  
  • Ensure all cleaning/ household products are available, replenished when needed. This includes large grocery orders that will need to be placed, signed for, and put away   
  • Flexibility to fill in for occasional childcare  
  • Willingness to occasionally perform light cooking   
  • Flexibility regarding working holidays    


Household Specific Requirements:  

  • Live-out   
  • Thoroughly clean the primary apartment (4 bedrooms) and secondary apartment (3 bedrooms and a gym)  
  • Perform all laundry and ironing needs  
  • Willingness to occasionally perform light cooking  
  • Fill in for occasional childcare  
  • Willingness to travel with family  
  • Pet-friendly 



  • Full Time, 40-50 hours/ week 
  • 5 – 6 days per week, weekends upon request  
  • Schedule is subject to change when the family travels  



  • $20-30 USD/ hour 



  • 3+ years of full-time experience in a private luxury home    
  • Flexibility to work occasional weekends   
  • Ability to work with high quality items (art, antiques, silverware, fine china, glassware)    
  • Flexible, organized, and able to manage time and exceed expectations    
  • Must be able to lift up to 25lbs   

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