UNHW Assistant Jobs Sydney & Melbourne

You are the critical thinking assistant. No request is too hard to handle. Your only question is, ‘how high?’

UNHW Assistant Jobs Sydney & Melbourne

You are the critical thinking assistant. No request is too hard to handle. Your only question is, ‘how high?’

UHNW ASSISTANT JOBS

The best UHNW Assistant jobs in Sydney

As a UHNW (Ultra High Net Worth) assistant, you hold a pivotal role in overseeing the day-to-day affairs and business operations of your manager or family. Whether you work from your home, their residence, or an office, you are their constant companion from dawn till dusk.

Your greatest assets are your exceptional problem-solving skills and adaptability. No task is too minor or monumental for you. Your unique talent lies in your ability to anticipate needs before the person you are supporting even becomes aware of them.

UHNW ASSISTANT JOBS

What does a UHNW Assistant do?

In the capacity of a UHNW assistant, it falls upon you to ensure the fulfilment of a wide array of requests or provide creative solutions and alternative pathways to overcome obstacles. Maintaining the highest levels of discretion and confidentiality is non-negotiable in this position, both in your professional and personal interactions.

The UHNW assistant role encompasses a multitude of duties, with some key tasks and responsibilities including:

  • Management of household staff and handling household expenses
  • Managing private and business travel arrangements
  • Assist with charity and beneficiary events
  • Primary point of contact for family matters
  • Taking care of personal needs such as wardrobe management, booking personal appointments
  • Managing ad hoc tasks like dog walking
  • Providing transportation to and from appointments

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is the difference between a temporary and a permanent Ultra-High Net Worth (UHNW) Assistant job?

There isn’t too much difference in the roles and responsibilities between temporary and permanent UHNW assistant jobs, with the main difference being one is on a shorter-term basis, i.e., temporary. Although with a temporary UHNW assistant job, typically, you need to start straight away and be able to hit the ground running! If you’re looking for permanent or temporary work, do get in touch

What are Ultra-High Net Worth (UHNW) Assistants, also known as?

UHNW Assistants may go by various role titles, depending on the specific responsibilities and the preferences of the UHNW individuals or families they support. Some of the variations include personal assistant, chief of staff, and executive assistant. 

How much do Ultra-High Net Worth (UHNW) Assistants earn in Sydney?

UHNW assistants in Sydney typically earn from $120,000 to $200,000+ depending on the level of experience  

All salaries/rates are exclusive of superannuation. Further, the below rates do not include additional bonuses or the value of non-monetary benefits. 

Junior – $100-120k/Yearly salary, $50-55/Hourly rate 

Intermediate – $120-140k/Yearly salary, $55-60/Hourly rate 

Senior – $140-180k+/Yearly salary, $60-70/ Hourly rate 

See our most recent salary guide. 

How much do Ultra-High Net Worth (UHNW) Assistants earn in Melbourne?

UHNW assistants in Melbourne typically earn from $100,000 to $180,000+ depending on the level of experience  

All salaries/rates are exclusive of superannuation. Further, the below rates do not include additional bonuses or the value of non-monetary benefits. 

Junior – $90-110k/Yearly salary, $45-50/Hourly rate 

Intermediate – $110-130k/Yearly salary, $50-60/Hourly rate 

Senior – $130-180k+/Yearly salary, $60-70/Hourly rate 

See our most recent salary guide. 

What is a typical career pathway for Ultra-High Net Worth (UHNW) Assistants?

UHNW assistants build skills and networks throughout their careers as a PA, EA, and maybe even a receptionist in their early years! Through their experiences, they begin to specialise in areas like estate and asset management, travel coordination, and event management, advancing to senior positions overseeing the needs of the elite. Trust and discretion are vital, and ongoing education is a must. Some develop specialties like art management. Careers may lead to entrepreneurship, boutique services, or global roles grounded in UHNW client understanding. Success demands a unique blend of expertise and adaptability.

How many UHNW Assistant jobs do you have in Sydney?

UHNW assistant positions are less common in Australia than Europe and America, but EST10 is the premier recruiting agency in the UHNW assistant job market. You’ve landed in the right spot! Explore our range of available jobs anytime. 

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