We are proud and honored to announce our award as BEST HOME ORGANIZER 2018!!
Changing Places is thrilled to announce our 9th consecutive win as Best Home Organizer in the prestigious Pacific Sun poll. Thank you to our amazing team for making this possible!
Only 4.2% of all woman-owned firms earn revenues of
$1 million or more. Special thanks to our fantastic
clients for your support throughout all these years.
We are bigger and better because of you!
Changing Places is a team of professional organizers orchestrating seamless moves whether simple or complicated. Our expert team of designers, architects and organizers implement personalized systems to help you run your home or office more efficiently – and most importantly, keep it that way.
What we do:
Manage and coordinate every aspect of your move process
Skillfully organize any room in the house including offices, closets, attics, garages or basement areas
Create at least 25% more storage in even the smallest rooms
Increase your productivity with new office systems including shelving and furniture
Eliminate clutter permanently and give you the tools to maintain a stress free and orderly environment
Fluff and style, designer finishes,picture hanging, and shelf papering
Contact us to learn more about how we can help you!
Changing Places is a woman-owned Marin company celebrating its 25th year in business. Our team of 30 is expanding to accommodate our exciting growth.
This is a career posting – not just a job posting.
Who We Are
We’re a team of professional home organizers who manage the complex process of high-end moves, in addition to renovate, and stage homes anywhere in the word. Our business is fast paced, high-touch, fun, and different every day. We offer a flexible yet hardworking environment.
We’re looking for a passionate, organized, well-rounded project expert who also likes selling, has exceptional communication skills and is the ultimate team player: able to multi-task with several ongoing projects at a time, all while maintaining a can-do attitude. The ideal candidate has run a department or small business. The nature of our business also requires complete discretion and diplomacy.
The Account Executive/Project Manager will support our projects in the field as well as our office operations. We prefer candidates who reside in Marin County.
Creative content experience plus social media savvy and ability to interface with our marketing consultant on website content, email newsletters and blog
Proficiency with Mac products (iMac, iPhone, iPad, iPhoto) should currently use an iPhone
Proficient in MS Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Proficient with cloud based storage applications like Dropbox
Hospitality/service industry/event planning experience is a plus – we are a very customer service oriented
Must have own means of transportation to run office errands when necessary
Work Environment & Compensation
The position is 35-40 hours per week, and located in San Rafael. The Account Executive/Project Manager will report to the VP/General Manager and support the President/CEO. Salary range: $65,000-75,000 and commensurate with experience. 1 year commitment in this role is required. Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter along with salary requirements in response to this ad. Send applications to Info@Changing-Places.com
I only have one 25th anniversary, so please indulge me as I tell a short story about realizing my American dream.
In 1991, I arrived in Marin County from Philadelphia with a huge ego having run wildly successful businesses in the Catering & Special Events industry. I quickly realized it wasn’t WHAT I knew that mattered in California, but WHO I knew that made a difference in my new life.
I had only three friends when I arrived in California, and thanks to their warm and welcoming hospitality I got a start, cleaning houses. It took two tough, long years to get my footing: my new car blew up and I went bankrupt over a small amount of money. My morale and integrity were devastated.
Out of these ashes rose the phoenix that became “Rent A Wife”: I began doing housekeeping, catering and errands, and home organizing. In my first year I was “rented” by a great guy from GE Capital to help with his move from SF to NYC. I was honest and told the client I’d never done this before, but I had just moved myself here. The move project turned out to be very complicated, hugely challenging yet very fun and successful. Finally, I’d found something that I loved to do and turned that project into what became a promising new business.
“Rent-A-Wife” was going really well when a business coach told me in front of 350 people that the name of the company made me sound like “a lady of the night.” The group voted that I should change my company name. After much soul searching, I chose Changing-Places, Inc. Owning this business has rarely ever been easy and in 1996-97, during my first bout with breast cancer, I tried to sell the company. Thank heaven I didn’t find a buyer.
Today, I am very proud to say that my Changing Places team are my family. We have 25 “crew members” – some who have been here since the very early days. They serve Changing Places with many talents that far exceed my expertise. I owe all of those people, past and present, the glorious success that we are today. Also, Changing Places wouldn’t be where it is without our clients, realtors, vendors,partners, and friends who’ve supported us along our journey. I say it often: “we create miracles every day.”
Thank you all for being a part of my success and my story. God Bless America!