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A Day In the Life of A LiberatorMajor Mom Liberator

No two days are the same. This is not a traditional job with banker’s hours. This is a career. This is a calling. We work as a team with a variety of clients in a variety of home and office settings. However, we are very clear about what types of clients we desire to work with and what types of clients we refer out to other professional organizers. We do not work with hoarders or extremely dirty homes. We are not a maid service, so if cleaning is your true passion you are on the wrong website.

Many of our clients are super organized and have lost control of their homes after a life transition, such as, new baby, divorce, death in the family, relocation or job change. Some of our clients have always dreamed of being organized, but no one taught them how to organize. Our clients are so thankful when they finally find us to help them organize their homes.

Definition of Professional Organizer

According to the National Association of Professional Organizers:

“A professional organizer enhances the lives of clients by designing systems and processes using organizing principles and by transferring organizational skills. Professional organizers help individuals and businesses take control of their surroundings, their time, their paper, and their systems for life.”

Professional Organizing Services Include

Professional organizers throughout the industry provide many services including, but not limited to:

  • Residential organizing
  • Business organizing
  • Paper management
  • Home office systems
  • Time management
  • Family management
  • Feng Shui consulting
  • Coaching
  • Speaking
  • Training
  • Photo and memorabilia organizing
  • Move and relocation. Unpack/Settle In
  • Downsizing
  • De-cluttering
  • Organizing for particular populations (i.e. children, ADD/ADHD, seniors, hoarding)

Earning Potential: What You Can Expect

Industry Statistics quote gross earnings not net. It is important to note that net earnings is far more important number by which to determine actual disposable income. To calculate net earnings, deduct annual insurance, marketing costs, etc. from the gross earning to arrive at net earnings. Below are some links to reference articles on the salary of a Professional Organizer.

  • – Professional Organizer Salary
  • eHow – What do Professional Organizers Earn
  • Closed Labs – What do Professional Organizers Earn

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Part-time and full-time positions available. Some weekends and evenings will be required. This career is perfect for people who were born to organize, non-judgmental, fun and have a heart to serve others. This career is perfect for an individual that does not have to bring in a bread winners salary. This career is perfect for an individual that does not need highly structured days with a boss, but instead needs highly flexible hours and autonomy.

We pay $15/hour – $30/hour based on experience level plus sales bonuses. Hours are not guaranteed. In cities where Major Organizers is just getting established it could take up to three years to earn a good income.

The scale below shows what is possible for a Major Organizers Liberator to earn in a team environment versus working solo:

  • Year 1: $5,000 – $12,000
  • Year 2: $8,000 – $22,000
  • Year 3: $10,000 – $30,000
  • Year 4: $12,000 – $35,000
  • Year 5: $12,000 – $45,000
  • Year 6: $24,000 – $50,000
  • Year 7: $24,000 – $55,000

This scale reflects all three career tracks: Assistant Organizer, Professional Organizer and Certified Professional Organizer. The amount of hours you can work directly affects the amount of money you will be able to make on our teams. We have many Assistant Organizers that work 10-15 hours per week. They make enough money to help with the bills or extras. We also have Professional Organizers and Certified Professional Organizers that work 40 hours a week and earn enough to support themselves and contribute to the overall family budget. The organizers that earn the most with us dedicate 40 hours per week to their professional roles and responsibilities in addition to hands-on organizing hours with clients. Some of these responsibilities include, but are not limited to, professional development (i.e. team meetings, sales seminar), personal development, business building, travel, sales activities (estimates and phone calls), preparation for work, coordinating and assembling a team job and client follow up.

How much time do you really have to organize clients? There are 365 days in a year, but after you subtract all the holidays, 30-60 vacation days, and health & wellness days, you only have about 205 working days left. We teach our team how to maximize the actual working days and enjoy all the time off you are afforded as a Liberator.

The Major Organizers Code of Conduct

Major Organizers requires all Liberators to conduct their daily tasks with high ethical standards and with full compliance of the law, company policies and company procedures.

  • I will honor this commitment and take personal ownership in creating and maintaining an environment of the highest standards of business integrity.
  • I will deal fairly in all transactions and interactions with clients, suppliers, communities, and fellow employees.
  • I will treat all clients, suppliers, employees and people in our communities with dignity and respect.
  • I will not engage in conduct or activity which would call into question the company’s honesty, impartiality, reputation, or otherwise cause embarrassment to the company.
  • I will protect confidential client information: credit card numbers, addresses, proprietary information, family information, financial information, etc.
  • I will not engage in any activity that might create a real or perceived conflict of interest for me or the company.
  • I will protect all company, client, and supplier assets and use them only for appropriate business-related activities.
  • I will promptly report any illegal or unethical conduct by any employee, supplier or client to management.
  • I will be professional and on time. I will be positive and solution oriented at all times. I open and close each organizing session with open and honest communications with each client.
  • I will always use the Major Organizers Method™ when working with clients. I will put organizing safety as a priority over speed of work.
  • I will be fully present with clients and teammates. I will not discuss personal issues or take personal calls during my sessions with clients. I will keep the client focused and result-oriented.
  • I will not judge anyone for their clutter and chaos. I will listen to my clients as well as remain empathetic while they allow me to be in their most personal spaces and places.
  • I will abide by the National Association of Professional Organizers’ (NAPO) policies and guidelines on ethical behavior.
  • I will make organizing fun and get the job done!

Every Liberator has the responsibility to ask questions, seek guidance and report suspected violations of this Code of Conduct. Retaliation against employees who come forward to raise concerns will not be tolerated.

Major Organizers Guideline: Is It Ethical?

  • Could it cause physical or psychological harm?
  • Does it involve lying or omission of truth?
  • Would I want my family or friends to read about it in the newspaper?
  • Does it violate federal, state or local laws or company policies and procedures?
  • Is it being fair (equitably applied)?
  • Does it violate promises or commitment?

Have Questions?

If you have questions about beginning a career with Major Organizers, please feel free to call 866-693-6996 x2 or click here to contact our Human Resources Coordinator.

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Working as a professional organizer has lots of variety and tons of personal and spiritual rewards. If you were born to organize come join us. Don’t delay, apply today by clicking the “Apply Now” button below.

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