I am a Salesforce administrator for hire. Simple as that. I focus on nonprofits, and I charge reasonably. I don't have a Salesforce certification, and I didn't even go to school for computers, but I can get you from A to B without costing your first born.
Even I think Salesforce is scary. It's really hard to learn! But I learned it so you don't have to. Or at least I learned all the really boring stuff so you can focus on running your programs efficiently. Let me worry about cross-object filters and formula fields and dashboards (oh my!).
Before starting my own consulting business, I was a Salesforce administrator for the Akilah Institute for Women and MindSky for three years. When I started, Salesforce was barely mentioned (and if it was, with considerable eye-twitching). When I left, Salesforce was the centralized database for all information organization-wide. Can I do that for you?