UHNW Assistant Recruitment Agency

Your life will never be so organised. The assistant with eagle-eyed precision whilst managing your personal and business affairs.

UHNW Assistant Recruitment Agency

Your life will never be so organised. The assistant with eagle-eyed precision whilst managing your personal and business affairs.

UHNW ASSISTANT RECRUITMENT AGENCY

Trust Sydney’s finest UHNW Assistant recruitment agency to find your dream UHNW Assistant

A UHNW assistant is crucial to managing your everyday affairs and business activities. They can work from your home or office and typically are with you from the start of your day to finish. Gifted with problem-solving talents and adaptability, no activity or task is too small or too big. Their talent is anticipating your needs before you even think about them!

Within the UHNW (Ultra High Net Worth) assistant role lies a plethora of duties, with key tasks and responsibilities encompassing the payment of household expenses and the facilitation of private and business travel bookings. This role also involves acting as a liaison and assisting in organising charity and beneficiary events. Additionally, it may entail the potential management of household staff and serving as the initial point of contact for family liaison. Their duties extend to attending to personal needs, including wardrobe management and scheduling personal appointments, among other tasks.

They are ready to handle ad hoc personal requests, such as dog walking and providing transportation to and from appointments, ensuring a seamless and efficient support system.

Out with the old, in with the EST10 way

The traditional recruitment process for a UHNW assistant involves sifting through a mountain of resumes, conducting endless interviews, and crossing fingers, hoping to strike gold. We’re here to change that!

At EST10, we’re all about delivering a concierge-style experience in the world of administrative recruitment. Your ultra-high net worth assistant isn’t just an aide — they’re the financial GPS. They’re the ones turning your financial mountains into manageable molehills, ensuring your wealth’s journey is a more scenic route than a rocky road. That’s why, beyond the usual skills and qualifications checklist, we dive deep into their values, personalities, and dreams. With access to a wide talent pool, the best consultants, and a knack for spotting talent, we have your best interest at heart!

The EST10 recruitment process

Our approach goes beyond the surface — we dive deep into understanding both our clients and candidates. We ask the right questions (even the tough ones) to unearth the bigger picture.

Our process is simple:

  1. Call UsWe love a phone call! Reach out when you’re ready to hire or even just to understand the process and why we are so certain we can find you, your perfect EA!
  2. Visit — We’ll schedule a visit to gain an in-depth understanding of your requirements.
  3. Plan and Timelines — We’ll keep you in the loop about all the key details. And, did we mention our average timeline to fill a permanent role is 5 – 10 days?
  4. Relax — Sit back and relax while we do the heavy lifting.

Can’t wait 5-10 days for your new hire? No problem! We can have a temporary candidate with you within hours, even for eleventh-hour requests.

Let’s Get Started

Looking to recruit a UHNW Assistant?

Get in touch with our team to start your recruitment journey.
Or call us directly on 02 9002 0222

Visit us at

Level 10, 66 Hunter St,
Sydney, NSW 2000

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Can you find me an Ultra-High Net Worth (UHNW) Assistant to start tomorrow?

Yes! We love finding UHNW assistants on short notice. If you’re looking to fill permanent or temporary admin work, do get in touch.

What is a typical Ultra-High Net Worth (UHNW) Assistant salary?

Salaries for a UHNW assistant range from $120,000 to $200,000+ per annum (excluding superannuation) and sometimes higher. We are also starting to see more businesses offer benefits that include:

  • Bonuses
  • Healthcare
  • Gym memberships
  • Laptops
  • Mobile phones
  • Additional leave
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Education
  • Professional development opportunities

See our most recent salary guide.

How much is your agency fee to recruit an Ultra-High Net Worth (UHNW) Assistant?

It depends on the salary of the UHNW assistant.

What is the recruitment process?

It all starts with a simple phone call to our lovely EST10 team. We will ask you what you are after and help you identify which approach is best for you.  
Then, if you are looking for a temp ASAP, we’ll start the process right then and there. Or, if you want a long-term placement, we’ll explain our service and fee options as outlined in the question above. 
Learn more about our administrative employment agency process. 

What happens if the Ultra-High Net Worth (UHNW) Assistant you send doesn’t work out?

We are so confident about our UHNW assistant recruitment process that our guarantees far exceed the industry standards. If you are not completely delighted with your permanent UNHW assistant hire within their first three months, we’ll replace the role at no charge. And if you are even slightly unhappy with your temp within their first eight hours, again, we’ll replace the role at no cost. That is no cost for the first temp placement and no cost for the replacement temporary’s first day (that is double the industry standard period.)

In short, we are not happy with the placement unless you are also happy!

What other role titles do Ultra-High Net Worth (UHNW) Assistants have?

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.

What personal qualities should I look for in an Ultra-High Net Worth (UHNW) Assistant?

When seeking a UHNW assistant, essential personal qualities to prioritise include unwavering trustworthiness and discretion, given the confidential nature of their role in managing personal and financial affairs. Exceptional communication skills are crucial for building rapport with individuals and their network of advisors and service providers. They should exhibit remarkable organisational prowess to efficiently manage intricate schedules and diverse responsibilities. Flexibility and adaptability are vital, as the environment can be dynamic. Furthermore, fundamental qualities include an empathetic and service-oriented mindset, problem-solving abilities, and a commitment to the highest ethical standards.

Why should EST10 recruit an Ultra-High Net Worth (UHNW) Assistant for me?

We know where to find the best UHNW assistants (worldwide!) and know what talent looks like. We also recognise potential, and that’s key in a market like this!

So, what can you do? Trust us to find the perfect UHNW Assistant for you.

Can you find an Ultra-High Net Worth (UHNW) Assistant who ‘gets me’?

This is our specialty, and it is how EST10 is different. Finding a candidate who has the right skill set is just the beginning. We excel by matching your personality with your new UHNW assistant. We take time to get to know both you and the candidates so we can find the best possible fit. We’ll find you someone who is great to work with, in sync with your style and, of course, who will increase your productivity right away.

Does EST10 only recruit Ultra-High Net Worth (UHNW) Assistant roles in the Sydney CBD?

We recruit for businesses with locations that range from Sydney’s CBD to Parramatta, North Sydney, Northern Beaches, Ryde, Sutherland Shire, Southern Highlands, Western Sydney and beyond.

You can also call on us to help you find admin talent in Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, New Zealand and London.

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