Great Opportunity to Work From Home in a REAL Business

Have you left your traditional job to be a full-time Mom?

Are you looking to work from home (part-time) so you can be super-Mom when needed, yet still make a few dollars and keep your work life alive?

Tired of seeing so-called work from home “opportunities” that are thinly-veiled internet marketing schemes and tupperware parties?

If yes, please keep reading – I’m looking to hire a few virtual Assistants to work in real businesses located right here in the USA and Canada.

My name is Tim Francis.  I’m a consultant and I’m helping a few of my clients find virtual Assistants to do all kinds of work – admin, marketing, publishing, (and many other tasks) across a wide range of projects.

YES, I’m a real person.  For more info about me, click here to see my headshot and bio.

Here’s the array of clients (Entrepreneurs) I’ve got, who are looking for an Assistant just like you:

  • Facebook marketing agency
  • clinical psychologist
  • event planner
  • healthy food distributors
  • lawyer
  • insurance agent
  • real estate investor
  • Amazon eCommerce vendor
  • internet marketing agency


I’ve hired Moms before and it’s been very successful for me, my clients, and for the the stay-at-home Moms we’ve hired too.

In fact, if you’d like to see a pic of my #1 virtual Assistant, Sarah, and I meeting in-person for the first time click here.  We found each other over 2.5 years ago, and have been working together ever since.

Alright, let’s dig in…



1) The Basics:

– you live in the USA or Canada.

– English is your first language, you’re good at written and spoken English.

– you’re tech-comfortable; if you can navigate Facebook and YouTube easily, that’s good enough.

– you’ve got reliable high-speed internet and reliable electricity.


2) You Love to Learn

You won’t be stuck doing data entry all day every day.  You’ll be working in a real, small business right here in the USA or Canada, so you’ll get to learn a wide range of different skills, using different skills on different days.

We won’t be asking you to learn rocket science or anything.  Full training will be provided, and all tasks are very learnable.  For example, if you don’t know how to publish a blog post, we’ll be happy to teach you how.


3) You’d Like Meaningful Work:

Again, you won’t be doing data entry all day.

You’ll do work that makes a meaningful difference for your Entrepreneur, and the customers they serve too.


4) You Love Checklists:

If you give your husband checklists, you’ll love working with our clients!  Most days you’ll be creating and/or following checklists.


5) You Really Enjoy Organizing and Coordinating:

If you’re delighted by the sight of a perfectly organized filing cabinet, you’re probably a fit!

You’ll also enjoy this work if you enjoy coordinating and orchestrating people.  We’re looking for someone to handle email inboxes, set calendar appointments, and possibly even help coordinate a few personal tasks like scheduling contractors (e.g. lawn maintenance).


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95%+ of your role can be done any time(s) of day, any day(s) of the week. You’ll receive a task and a deadline; when you work is completely up to you.

This means you can be with your baby when (s)he’s awake, feed them whenever you’re called into action, and even watch your baby anytime you need to.

Baby getting a little cranky or sick and you need to throw your “Dr. Mom” hat on for 20 mins? No problem – work can wait :)


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As mentioned above, I’m helping my clients to find virtual Assistants.

You’ll be working for one of my clients (not me).  However, it’s me who helps with hiring on initial, “on-boarding”-type training.

Below is an approximate timeline, which may vary depending on the volume of applicants we get:

  • NOW: Hiring opens
  • Jan 14 – Jan 21: Selection process
  • Jan 25 – Jan 29: Training, Meet your Entrepreneur
  • Feb 1: Work begins


Hours: between 5-15 hours per week to begin with (this will be dependent on the client and how much they have for you)

Pay: $15/hr.


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In the subject line please write “Slightly OCD Mom from (insert your city / town) interested in VA Job”

In the body, please write me a 14-sentence email including:

Three sentence opening salutation that says: “Hey there TF, what’s happening up in Canada? My name is _____, I’m slightly OCD, am comfortable with technology, and love checklists. I’d like to apply for the job you posted on”

Reason #1 why you think this job is a fit for you. (black font, Courier, 3 sentences)

Reason #2 why you think this job is a fit for you (blue font, Verdana, 3 sentences)

Reason #3 why you think this job is a fit for you (red font, Courier, 3 sentences)

Two sentence closing including: 1) the name of three products for sale you saw on the website; 2) a closing salutation including your name, email address, and phone number.

*BONUS* If you have a Kolbe Score (or know what the Kolbe A index is), please include your score in the two sentence closing.

Please do NOT attach a resume; if you are shortlisted I may ask for one later. Thanks! I know the *right* applicant will really like this job. Maybe it’s you!


Tim :)