Contract Residential Property Inspector - Gig Opportunity for Construction, Maintenance, and Property Inspection Professionals!

Looking to supplement your income on your schedule? Great Jones, a residential property management company, is seeking construction, maintenance, and property inspection pros who are tech-savvy and know their way around an app.

Typical tasks include inspecting vacant properties for needed repairs, changing locks, performing light touch-up cleaning, and checking on properties we’ve placed on the market for rent.

You will be able to accept or decline any task request. Additional compensation is offered for expedited task requests. All compensation is inclusive of travel. Some tasks require standard hand and power tools, and expendables such as drill bits and cleaning wipes. A good smartphone or tablet is a must!

***This job requires experience in scoping properties and budgeting. Tech knowledge is an absolute must. Background check required. Please respond with your resume, and pertinent information.***

 

About Great Jones:

Great Jones brings ease and performance to rental ownership and living, starting by reinventing property management for the several trillion (!) dollars in rental homes owned by small-scale investors. 

We’re replacing an experience that has historically been heavily operational, low-tech, and stressful with one delivered through modern software, thoughtful experience design, real benefits of scale, and the right blend of local & centralized operations.

By providing a seamless, full-service experience for owners and residents, we aim to make ownership worry-free and more profitable for the 25 million Americans who own rental homes. In doing so, we become the operating system around our owners’ most valuable investments, as well as our residents’ homes.

And we’re doing this within an enormous addressable market, with highly attractive unit economics, where competition is deeply fragmented and notorious for subpar service.  

We are growing rapidly with nationwide expansion on deck -- headquartered in Manhattan with on-the-ground operations in 20 markets across 9 states.

Our leadership team has built digital platforms and operational machines that have powered hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of transactions for marketplace businesses like 1stdibs, Skillshare, and Warby Parker.

We’ve raised over $30 million (including our recently closed Series B) from top investors including Crosslink Capital, Navitas Capital, Zigg Capital, Juxtapose, and top NYC angels & real estate entrepreneurs including Kevin Ryan, David Rosenblatt, and Jason Finger, who have founded or led companies such as Seamless, Gilt Groupe, MongoDB, DoubleClick, 1stdibs, Floored, and others.

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