On a mission to support a new generation of remote workers looking to live more flexible, meaningful lives, Kift is looking for a Head of Real Estate Network Acquisitions to be responsible for onboarding of Kift partner locations in the Western US. We’re building a curated network of unique sites in stunning locations where members can come and stay for as long they want, with access to communal facilities and resources, including a kitchen, bathroom/shower, co-working facilities, cozy spaces, great Wi-Fi, and more. 

You are someone who wants to explore our beautiful country and find the most unique places hiding in it.


  • Overall responsibility for building out Kift’s network of sites. 
  • KPIs: Growth of site network, site utilization
  • Identify and build a pipeline of Kift locations, which will range from near-fully furnished spaces to empty plots of land: doing whatever it takes to get a site from its pre-existing purpose to a fully functional Kift clubhouse
  • Negotiate win-win revenue share agreements with site owners
  • Imagine the future of how people live flexibility and in community across the most beautiful places on the planet
  • Manage our real estate pipeline and help budget and develop across the portfolio
  • Manage capex investment and vendor/landlord relationships at multiple concurrent sites
  • Define cost-efficient upgrades as Kift community needs evolve over time

You should apply if...

  • You’ve built a real estate network in the past -- whether retail, office, hospitality, or startup locations
  • You enjoy negotiating win/win deals with people 
  • The opportunity to explore the most beautiful places on Earth and find hidden gems for a living sounds exciting
  • You can build processes and systems for methodically evaluating real estate opportunities
  • You’re comfortable working with architects and designers, contractors, and utility providers
  • Experience with sustainable/off-grid solutions (e.g., compost toilets, solar power, greywater, permaculture, natural building materials) is strongly preferred
  • You’re a creative problem-solver, great at putting out fires, working around roadblocks, and coming up with non-traditional solutions
  • You’re comfortable working in a fast-paced, rapidly changing environment, where there is no “typical” day 
  • Experience with vanlife, co-living, or community living is a plus

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