Who We Are

Founded in 2017, SmartRent, Inc. (NYSE: SMRT) is the leading provider of smart home and property operations solutions for the rental housing industry.

We’re doing big things in the proptech world! SmartRent has been recognized as a winner of HousingWire’s Tech100 Real Estate awards in 2021, 2022, and 2023 for the most innovative tech company serving the mortgage and real estate industries; named on Deloitte’s 2023 Technology Fast 500™ list of fastest-growing companies; and our CEO, Lucas Haldeman, was recognized as an EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2023 —and we’re just getting started.

Job Description

The Head of Investor Relations reports to the CFO and will lead the planning, development and execution of a comprehensive investor relations program for the company. This position will be working onsite at our corporate headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona. 

Responsibilities

  • Develop an Investor Relations strategy to enhance shareholder value by implementing programs to attract targeted investors and to keep the financial community current on company performance, as well as industry and competitive trends.
  • Lead the earnings preparation process and preparation of supporting materials, including key messaging of financial results, progress toward strategic goals and applicable forward guidance
  • Design a communication strategy by preparing materials for external (e.g. quarterly earnings presentation, executive presentations, and speeches for analyst conferences) and internal audiences.
  • Act as initial and primary point of contact for current and future analysts and investors.
  • Collect, monitor, summarize and disseminate data on shareholder base.
  • Advise the executive team and board of directors regarding financial trends, shareholders concerns, and competitor actions that might impact the company.
  • Stay current on all company and related industry activity in order to be responsive to investors and media and to communicate effectively with management.
  • Manage and maintain the company’s IR website and IR contact database.
  • Lead the development of materials for presentations to management and board of directors.
  • Lead planning, messaging and logistics for all company-hosted IR events including office visits and analyst days.
  • Benchmark and analyze financial and other relevant data points for the Company and its customers and peers.

Required Qualifications

  • Strong executive presence with the ability to interact with senior leaders.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with experience creating investor presentations, scripts, and press releases.
  • High energy, proactive, creative, and organized with strong attention to detail and a strong focus on teamwork and building relationships.
  • Ability to quickly grasp and accurately respond to high-level and complex questions.
  • Must have a poised, professional, and confident manner even under pressure.
  • Ability to present to a variety of audiences including employees, executives, and the financial community.
  • Understanding of public SEC reporting and regulations.
  • Highest level of integrity and good judgment, with the ability to effectively deal with highly sensitive, confidential information
  • 10+ years relevant work experience in investor relations, finance, or investment banking.
  • MBA or Masters’ degree in Business, Finance or Economics preferred.
  • 7+ years working for a public company.

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For our US employees, we offer 100% employer-paid medical coverage, flexible PTO (because we know how important work-life balance is), and competitive 401k and employee stock purchase plans to invest in your future. You’ll fit right in if you:

  • Do the hard work and go out of your way to deliver excellence
  • Own outcomes and learn from your mistakes
  • Are a collaborative and supportive team player; win or lose you lift others up
  • Value authenticity, other’s perspectives, and diversity in the workplace
  • Have a passion for smart tech and the real estate industry

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