The Pre-Build Technician will contribute and collaborate with the Pre-Build Team, and other departments, to accomplish tasks required to begin building homes in all our communities – from the tasks during the development of land planning, design, construction and platting to the tasks immediately prior to starting home construction. The Pre-Build Technician will also offer suggestions for process improvements and will be expected to help other team members with the work of the Team.
- Accomplish assigned permitting tasks: drawing site plans, submitting permit packages, creating community files, assembling job drawings, and any other tasks needed prior to start of home construction.
- Accomplish assigned homesite tasks: creating community files, importing map documents, building sales plats, conducting lot and classification fits, and any other tasks needed prior to start of home construction.
- Check and verify completeness and accuracy of assigned permit packages to cities as well assigned tasks related to land development, sales releases, and help desk issues.
- Monitor the permit dynamic schedule progress and help desk views for incoming requests and tasks assigned.
- Provide suggestions for process and systems improvement.
- Assist other Pre-Build Team members with their tasks during times of high workload.
- Humility - Pre-Build Technicians must carry their knowledge, expertise, and responsibility with honor and deference, yielding to leaders, government agencies, and one another as situations demand.
- Dependability – Given the gravity of being the individuals making the final preparations for starting homes and considering the privilege of handling critical information on behalf of many company departments, Pre-Build Technicians must be found trustworthy and will be counted on to demonstrate a faithful, diligent spirit to do not just what is assigned, but also to have an owner’s mentality to notice and accomplish unassigned work that needs to be done.
- Competence - In order to become truly proficient in their role, a Pre-Build Technician must first have a deep desire to constantly seek the technical skills, contextual details, and relevant analytical facts that that make them as useful as possible for completing daily tasks assigned, serving and satisfying requests from other departments, and asking and answering questions and issues.
- Demonstrated ability to be thorough, consistent, adaptable, servant-hearted and coachable
- Exhibits a propensity to grow to be personable, innovative and persistent
- Advanced computer operation and learning ability
- A passion for, or experience in, home building
Work Environment and Physical Requirements
- Office Role
- Works in temperature-controlled environment.
- Vision for near, mid-range and far as well as hearing for low, medium, and high pitch.
- Requires physical ability for standing, sitting, crouching, kneeling, frequent walking, reaching above head and below waist.
- Frequent walking on uneven surfaces (dirt, concrete, rock, etc.).
- Must have a current and valid driver’s license and must be able to be insured by company fleet insurance.
- Ability to lift 5 - 20 pounds.
Hours and Schedule
- Average 40 hours per week (8am-5pm, M-F).
- No evenings or Sundays.
- Minimal travel required for company events and inter-region collaboration.
- Lunch break may be required.
- Lunch meetings are occasionally required.
- After hours and weekends may be necessary on occasion for trips, events, or to meet deadlines.
- Comprehensive Employee Benefit Package
- Employer-Paid Life, AD&D, LTD Insurance
- Enrolled into ESOP (Retirement Benefits)
- Paid Time Off Policy
- Company-issued cell phone
- Company Training Opportunities
- Company-Sponsored Vision Trips