Although housekeeping duties will vary between households, a housekeeper's central role is to handle all cleaning and organization in the home. Housekeepers are commonly asked to prep meals, run errands, and accompany vendors to their work areas.   A great Housekeeper cannot only see the space from their perspective but also knows to stop and look at it from the Principal’s perspective.  Hiring a housekeeper not only provides peace of mind but also ensures your home stays clean and organized beyond your expectations.

A professional Housekeeper is NOT a maid.  They are the backbone of a luxury home, keeping everything clean and tidy and instrumental in creating the luxury our Principals pay us to cultivate. Housekeeping is a profession, NOT A JOB.

A professional Housekeeper doesn’t just clean floors and toilets; they bring order and comfort to the homes they serve. A good Housekeeper will bring positive energy into the home and be able to see the home through the Housekeeper’s eye and the Homeowner’s eye.

~ A good Housekeeper knows how to create luxury in any environment. ~



  • Experience working in a Private Residence or Luxury Hotel/Resort
  • Legal to work in the US.
  • A positive attitude and love for what you do.
  • Ability to seamlessly fit into a harmonious work environment.
  • A strong grasp of English.
  • High level of discretion, loyalty, integrity, and honesty.
  • Highly organized and have an excellent eye for detail.
  • Valid driver’s license with a clean record.
  • Capable of passing an extensive background check.

Duties & Key Success Factors

  • Full-charge housekeeping, including Housekeeping, House Cleaning, and Deep Cleaning.
  • Understand the process for cleaning a room/space (top to bottom, left to right, least to most, etc).
  • Organization of personal and storage closets.
  • Inventorying and ordering household supplies.
  • Care and laundering of fine linens and fabrics.
  • Care and laundering of culture garments, including steaming, ironing, and mending.
  • Care of silver, crystal, and fine jewelry.
  • Care of various surfaces such as stone, wood, ceramic, and metals.
  • Cleaning chemical usage and mixing.
  • Understanding of the cleaning and sanitizing process.
  • Garment Care & Closet organization.
  • Laundry, including ironing and mending.
  • Stain removal.

Other Considerations

Additional skills that are commonly asked for:

  • Cooking and Meal Prep.
  • Formal table setting.
  • Miscellaneous personal errands.
Physical Requirements
  • Ability to lift 40 pounds
  • Frequent bending, stooping, and stretching
  • Ability to negotiate a multi-story house with stairs many times a day
  • Ability to use a ladder up to 6’

Interested candidates should submit their resume at https://hnwsolutions.com/ResumeSubmissionPortal

** While a Private Service Professional can handle most if not all of the above tasks, it is important to remember that every task takes time, and Employers should listen to their staff when they express how much time something takes to accomplish their duties. Your staff is dedicated to you, and "No" is not a part of their dictionary.  If they ask if something should take priority over another task or ask to delegate the task to maintain efficiency, they are really saying that their plate is full and additional tasks might prevent them from doing other duties.

Next Steps

Principals: If you are in need of a Private Service Professional and want a company that genuinely cares about its clients and candidates, please select one of the options to the right.

Candidates: If you are looking for a position, please check out our EMS Domestics for a complete list of our open positions and discover how to submit your resume.