How We Serve You

When it comes to our business,  DeMaric Concierge Services offer customers flexible, and affordable domestic help tailored to their needs and a recipe for success.

Little background about the industry:

We know and value that most of our clients and applicants come through us because they’re usually not sure where to connect – except for online sites that could take much time, energy and often unreliable domestic work. We are proud to say, we work locally and have personal connections to all of our nannies, housekeepers, maids, chefs, drivers, home health aides, nursing assistants, nurses, babysitters, errand runners, etc.

 Anne is intelligent, resourceful and loyal. Mary is hard working, speaks spanish and has worked as a professional nanny. Peter is a “Manny” and has worked with few families opened to hiring a guy to care for their children – he’s outgoing, likes biking, plays guitar and even cook. A family would be lucky to have any of these people in their home – cleaning, running errands, grocery shopping, helping the kids with home work, doing laundry and even taking the kids out to activities. But most family don’t even know these people exist. That’s where DeMaric Concierge Service comes in – we help busy families, seniors and anyone needing a hand or two to find reliable domestic help. Our process to get reliable workers entails: screening, interviewing, conducting background search – driving, ss#, drug, crime, education, experience, etc. We’ll even train the domestic helper, tailored to the family’s household.

Just like our domestic worker applicants, we screen each family as well – we verify information about you and take references for screening. Please note: it’s important that we ensure everyone’s safety.

The next time your family is looking into hiring or not sure if domestic employment is for you, call DeMaric Concierge at 952-290-0607 or email us at info@demaricconciergeservices.com . We’ll select several prescreened candidates who meet your domestic help criteria to send for interviews.

 Families have nothing to lose and everything to gain by working with our firm – call to see why we say that.

Call us 24/7 with your request or email us letting us know your need and we’ll setup a profile meeting to explore your options together. In the mean time, please take some time to review the information below prior to making a decision about the level of service you would require from a nanny:

Parents are also encouraged to carefully consider which nanny care model suits them best when searching for a nanny. There are three main models of nanny care. These include custodial care, coordinated care and surrogate care.  All models provide valued contributions to the family and support the parents as they raise their children.

In the custodial care model, the nanny’s role is limited to meeting the children’s physical and emotional needs during their parents’ absence. In this model, the parents manage the children’s day by providing the nanny with specific guidance. A nanny who provides custodial care will not have input into the child’s scheduling or activities and does not have a voice regarding childrearing practices or parenting philosophies.

In the coordinated model of nanny care the nanny’s role is to be a team player in raising the children. Nannies who engage in the coordinated model of care are viewed as true parenting partners. Nannies in this model have a voice when it comes to childrearing practices and parenting philosophies. Their input is not only sought, but highly valued by the parents. These nannies tend to be full charge nannies who are given the freedom to make the day to day decisions regarding the children’s activities and outings.

 In the surrogate model of nanny care, the nanny’s role is to be the primary caregiver for the children. In this model of nanny care, the nanny may have limited interaction with her employers and may be left to make many deci­sions for the children in her care. Nannies who engage in the surrogate model of care may work for parents who travel extensively and require a guardian type of caregiver while they are away from the home.

To Apply for a Position with our Company:

Please know that we conduct a thorough background check and minimum experience is required for all positions. Our process steps prior to placement :

  • complete an application with us if you believe you meet our requirements
  • we screen your work history, background studies – including driving records, drugs, criminal, social security verification, education, experience
  • we require that nannies have at least one year prior experience
  • cpr/first aide certification or willing to obtain prior to placement with a family
  • current car insurance
  • reliable transportation is required for most of our positions, please inquire
  • business and personal references (we require at least 3 each)

Please Note: we do provide nanny and house manager training – specific to the family’s need. Hence, you must be hired before being considered for training. If you are already a professional nanny or house manager and believe you need a little help with your job – we can provide training to you as well – even if we didn’t place you.

Our company goes beyond just placing domestic employees. We provide extra support to any of our candidates or family who need it even after they are matched up  – all at no cost to the candidate or employer. That includes on the job-training, making schedules, specific to the family’s need.

Positions that we place for:

  •  professional nanny
  • house manager
  • butler
  • doula
  • housekeeper
  • Concierge
  • maids
  • babysitter (before/after school)

If you believe you meet the requirements, please submit a resume at info@demaricconsultinggroup.com or mail to us at 140 W 98th St. Suite 204 – Bloomington MN 55420 and “contact us” with your profile information.

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