The Company
Perch is transforming the way people buy and sell their homes. Simplifying it all, to the way it should have always been; fair and true to market, straightforward, easy. Every year in the U.S., $1.5 trillion of single family residences transact, generating over $120 billion of fees in a process that has changed little in decades. For the average American, the home purchase and sale process takes months, creates anxiety and is filled with uncertainty and hassle. Perch offers a modern alternative, making one of life's biggest decisions -- the sale and purchase of a home –so stress free, fair and simple that people cannot imagine any other way.   

Perch is headquartered in New York City and has 85 employees in New York and Texas. We have raised $250 million in financing from top tier investors including: Firstmark, Accomplice and Juxtapose. 
 
The Vision
Perch has developed a home selling experience that brings true control and convenience to homeowners. By harnessing the power of data science, technology, and human-centered design, we’ve developed a seller experience that delivers a market price offer for your home in 24 hours with the ability to close at a time of your choosing. No home showings, no repairs to do, no contingent offers, no fear of the offer falling through before closing. It’s the way a home sale always should have worked.  For home buyers, we’re pioneering a new category of homes: Certified Pre-Owned. We renovate the homes we purchase to make them move-in ready and offer a warranty. Buyers can close in a matter of days all online – no paperwork. 
 
Renovation Manager
 
The Renovation Manager will be a critical member of the Perch team, located in Denver, CO and reporting to the Denver Market Manager. 
 
Responsibilities
Have primary asset level responsibility on creating renovation scopes of work, coordinating and overseeing all renovation projects and fulfillment through a wide variety of trade vendors and contractors for Perch targeted assets. 
  • Assess and create a project level detail scope of work for each asset.  
  • Manage scope of work concept for rehabilitation needed to achieve potential market value 
  • Oversee and manage quality and control of vendor/contractor base to execute scope of work 
 
Own market level construction cycle times, budgets and quality of rehabilitation work through asset purchase and asset disposition.
  • Develop a deep & diverse contractor and vendor base to manage predicated work assignment
  • Fundamental construction knowledge to costs and construction methods for SFR Construction
  • Develop construction Standards and Practices for scalability needs as we grow.
 

 Required Experience
  • Experience in SFR construction or renovations with solid understanding of construction methods and material costs and labor costs for line item completion of projects.
  • Demonstrated track record of success in managing contractors and vendors
  • A general understanding of traditional real estate contracts, transaction flows, and market ready concepts.
  • Acute awareness of possible deficiencies at the asset level that may lead to unforeseen variances to model expectations with regards to structural or component problems.
  • Experience with scope and budget preparation for capital expenditure allocations on asset pursuits
  • Experience in managing a diverse base of contractors/vendors, and 3rd parties to meet deadlines and expectations.
  • A proven track record of success in goal achievement and P&L responsibility.
  • At least 5+ years of experience in general construction project management
 
 
Required Skills
  • Strong computer skills: Microsoft Office suite, mobile applications, MLS
  • Able to adapt to changes in business model and requirements
  • Above average communicator, upward and downward
  • Detail oriented in a fast-paced environment
  • A strong multi-tasker with the ability to prioritize work based on business and operational needs
  • People describe you as:
    • Passionate
    • A natural leader
    • A strong communicator
    • Gets stuff done
    • Detail oriented

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