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At Baessler Homes, our mission goes beyond building homes; it's about loving and serving our community, embracing whole-life growth, and honoring a higher purpose. We provide not only career growth but also a holistic approach to enriching your life. From a wide array of benefits to a lively and inclusive work environment, we empower both your personal and professional growth. We're more than just a company; we're a close-knit family where your passions find their purpose. By joining us, you not only get to live out your passions but also contribute to crafting the most valuable homes in our market.

Discover the extraordinary benefits of being a part of our team!

Why People Work Here

Mission Statement

Through love & service to all, we will steward our resources to maximize our impact for God's Kingdom in a culture that encourages growth of each team member's God given talents. 

Vision Statement

We will build the most valuable homes in our marketplace. 

Employee Benefits

A Team that Cares about the Whole You

  • Monthly Profit Sharing Bonuses
  • Employee Stock Ownership Plan
  • New Home Discount
  • Volunteer Time Off
  • Paid Medical and Family Leave
  • Nontraditional Benefits (Gym Membership Contributions, Quarterly Massages, Paid Mental Health Counseling
  • Traditional Benefits (Health insurance, PTO, Paid Sick Leave)
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Available Positions

    Construction Assistant

    Well established, award-winning home builder located in Northern Colorado is seeking a serious-minded building professional to apply their expertise in all aspects of our relationship-focused, quality-minded, fast-paced, profit-driven Production Department. Our ideal candidate has a passion for helping our community by building he most valuable homes in our marketplace. A successful Construction Assistant has a lifelong learning attitude.

    The Construction Assistant position is a position to teach a new Team Member with little to no construction management experience general construction management techniques and give the individual the opportunity to grow. The Construction Assistant will be given the opportunity to see if they have the desire to pursue a career on our Homeowner Service Team or Construction Team. This role is designed to advance the Construction Assistant’s career to potentially obtain a position as an Assistant Construction Manager or Homeowner Services Technician based on skill, desired growth plan, and business need. This position is uniquely positioned to grow into a variety of fulfilling construction career paths.

    • 40- 45 hours per week (8am-5pm, M-F)
    • After hours and weekends may be necessary on occasion for trips, events, or to meet deadlines.
    • Lunch meeting and events outside of the normal working hours are required by the position.
    • Occasional travel for educational growth and development or community locations is required.

    • Complete checklists at various stages of construction in supporting the construction team
    • Power wash all homes before close
    • Assist in completing and closing out QA items and checklists to close all homes clean and complete
    • Ability to complete minor electrical, plumbing, HVAC, drywall, paint, trim, and miscellaneous repairs as needed
    • Assist CM's and ACM's in trade accountability and completion of scopes of work
    • Review and Maintain Site Cleanliness including but not limited to: homesite cleanliness, community cleanliness, model homes, and construction offices
    • Adherence to the scopes of work for each trade partner
    • Provide product and process feedback to the Purchasing Department for continued improvement
    • May need to handle the emergency/after-hours phone for the Homeowner Services Team
    • Achieve a Raving Fan Index that meets/exceeds company goals for your community

    • High school diploma or equivalent preferred.
    • 1+ years of experience of work with hands, tools, and has a basic knowledge of most trades with a steep learning curve
    • Must have a strong ability to teach, train and develop others
    • Detail oriented, professional attitude, reliable, excellent work ethics.
    • Possess strong organizational and time management skills
    • Analyzes problems and makes sound decisions in a timely manner based on objectives, risks, implications, and costs.
    • Displays strong written and oral communication skills and employs effective listening skills
    • Tactful and mature demeanor with well-developed interpersonal skills including the ability to work well with diverse personalities
    • Ability to work independently and with a team in a fast-paced and high-volume environment with emphasis on accuracy and timeliness
    • Valid driver's license with less than 3 violations in the past 5 years; less than 6 points on DMV Report.
    • Ability to lift 50 pounds and hold for an extended period
    • Ability to climb ladders and be comfortable with heights and being around construction equipment
    • Ability to stand for long periods of time in variable conditions that will include in climate weather and jobsite conditions

    • Ability to occasionally stand, walk, crawl, climb, reach, bend, kneel, balance, stoop, or sit up for more than eight hours a day.
    • Use of hands to feel or reach objects, mouse, and type on computer.
    • Ability to move about office space and undeveloped land.
    • Hearing and talking with multiple people during or most of the entire workday.
    • The use of varying vision abilities such as close vision, peripheral, depth and in adjusting focus.
    • Be able to lift and carry items of up to 30 pounds.
    • Being able to tolerate temperature-controlled environment and outdoor environment with varying temperatures.
    • Typical noises in the office space.
    • Vision for near, mid-range, far and accommodation. Hearing for low, medium, and high pitch.
    • Must have current and valid driver’s license and must be able to be insured by company fleet insurance.
    • Being able to move around in the work area independently or without external help.

    Purchasing Agent

    Position Summary
    Well-established, award-winning homebuilder located in northern Colorado is seeking a skilled and motivated purchasing agent to communicate, coordinate, and execute plans assigned by the Purchasing Manager. This position requires recent and in-depth purchasing experience, exceptional organizational abilities, refined communication skills, and the determination to learn, grow and develop along with our dynamic team.
    The Opportunity and Scope
    The Purchasing Agent is responsible for accurately maintaining total costs associated with a project or the development of a new product. The Purchasing Agent builds and maintains our cost database with Mark Systems and vendor files as per company policies and procedures while issuing start packages for each new home prior to construction. The Purchasing Agent reports directly to the Purchasing Manager

    Primary Responsibilities
    • Support the Construction and Sales teams to deliver quality homes on time and within budget.
    • Maintain and execute preconstruction as a part of our Home Building Process
    • Manage all costs within homebuilding software database (Mark Systems)
    • Release accurate start packages for each new home
    • Accurately and thoroughly bid and contract communities so the best value is received
    • Provide accurate and complete construction budgets
    • Maintain responsibility for the system setup of communities, plans, options, and color selections
    Construction Support
    • Participate in regular jobsite visits to build relationships with the construction team and trades
    • Coordinate training for new and existing products
    • Engage in regular collaboration with construction team members
    • Provide and/or update scopes of work for each trade category
    • Update specifications to reflect current product usage
    • Provide complete community launch package including trade selections
    Relationships
    • Recruit, select, train, and continually develop strong trade partner and supplier relationships
    • Participate in Trade Partner trainings & onboarding programs
    • Maintain Trade Partner agreements for trade partners and suppliers
    • Maintain/Grow relationships with all existing Trade Partners and Suppliers
    • Problem solving with Trade Partners, suppliers, or construction team to resolve product or process issues
    • Maintain/Grow relationships with Sales and Construction Team Members
    • Coordinate training for new and existing products
    • Coordinate plan changes with team and trade partners
    Cost Management
    • Analyze trade partner and supplier costing
    • Research alternative products and materials to increase the value to our homebuyers
    • Continually seek innovative products, techniques and changes in the home building industry
    • Research competitors products for ideas to improve our own product or processes
    • Coordinate trials and oversee installation of new products
    • Perform material Quantity Take-Off’s for applicable trade categories
    • Convert to and Maintain Unit Costing for all scopes of work
    • Management of direct construction costs for all scopes of work
    • Negotiate costs with trade partners and suppliers
    • Provide cost input on new product development and design
    • Hold Trade Partners and Suppliers accountable to the Trade Partner Agreement
    • Ability to make decisions with sound judgement based on total cost, availability, and fit with Baessler Homes
    • Administer new community or new phase bid process
    • Jobsite visits specifically to analyze material usage and to review plans versus reality
    • Review Variance costs and problem solve to eliminate repeated variances
    • Approve and code invoices of non-system generated payment documents
    System Maintenance
    • Setup new communities in our homebuilder software, Mark Systems
    • Maintain and Update all Base House and Option Costing within Mark Systems
    • Ensure accuracy of each PO and WO by correct system setup
    • Maintain all schedule to payment links within the system
    • Review 'Job-Start' packages to ensure accuracy
    Preconstruction Process
    • Load schedules per the Schedule Loading process
    • Issue ‘Job-Start’ packages for each home within the pre-construction process

    Critical Competencies
    • Residential Construction knowledge or experience with an aptitude for technology
    • High school diploma required
    • Accounting, Business and/or Construction Management degree is helpful but not necessary
    • Ability to maintain the highest ethical behavior
    • Must be well organized and a self-starter
    • Detail oriented, professional attitude, reliable, excellent work ethics.
    Proficient in Excel, Word, Outlook, 10-key by touch, MarkSystems a plus
    Ability to type 45-55 wpm
    • Possess strong organizational and time management skills
    • Analyzes problems and makes sound decisions in a timely manner based on objectives, risks, implications, and costs.
    • Displays strong written and oral communication skills and employs effective listening skills
    • Tactful and mature demeanor with well developed interpersonal skills including the ability to work well with diverse personalities
    • Ability to work independently and with a team in a fast-paced and high-volume environment with emphasis on accuracy and timeliness
    • Ability to perform mathematical computations such as percentages, fraction, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division quickly and accurately.
    Physical Requirements
    Requires the following:
    • Ability to occasionally stand, walk, crawl, climb, reach, bend, kneel, balance, stoop, or sit up for more than eight hours a day.
    • Use of hands to feel or reach objects, mouse, and type on computer.
    • Ability to move about office space and undeveloped land.
    • Hearing and talking with multiple people during or most of the entire workday.
    • The use of varying vision abilities such as close vision, peripheral, depth and in adjusting focus.
    • Be able to lift and carry items of up to 30 pounds.
    • Being able to tolerate temperature-controlled environment and outdoor environment with varying temperatures.
    • Typical noises on construction job sites
    • Vision for near, mid-range, far and accommodation. Hearing for low, medium, and high pitch.
    • Must have current and valid driver’s license and must be able to be insured by company fleet insurance.
    • Being able to move around in the work area independently or without external help.

    Marketing Coordinator

    Service-minded, relationally focused Northern Colorado company is seeking a Marketing Coordinator.
    The Marketing Coordinator will have the opportunity to grow their professional marketing skills and develop strategic marketing concepts related to the homebuilding industry. This role focuses on social media marketing activities, content creation, and event coordination & support.

    Our employee-owned home-building company has been in business since 1968 and is continually innovating our product and processes to best serve our community while consistently living out relational and operational excellence.

    The ideal candidate will be an organized self-starter able to handle many diverse projects at once and meet tight deadlines.

    The Marketing Coordinator will report to the Marketing Director and support the Marketing Team at Baessler Homes in its primary and administrative duties.

    Typical Work Schedule
    Average of 40 hours per week (8am – 5pm, M-F)
    Hybrid work schedule may be available to the ideal candidate
    After hours and weekends will be necessary on occasion for trainings, events, or to meet deadlines
    Occasional travel for community events, educational growth and development is required

    Content Creation: Work with the Marketing Team to develop and create engaging and original content for various marketing channels including social media, websites, email marketing, and print materials, while always following branding requirements. This includes taking photos and videos of people, products, and processes.

    Weekly Community Visits: In creating the most accurate up-to-date content, weekly community visits are required of this role.

    Event Coordination: Support events including community launches, model home events, and community sponsorship activities.

    Social Media Management: Work with the Marketing Team to maintain and grow our social media presence by posting regularly, engaging with followers, and analyzing performance metrics.

    Branding: Ensure brand consistency across materials and communications. Order and maintain promotional material, inventory, and signage.

    Collaboration: Work closely with multiple teams in our company to ensure marketing efforts align with business goals. Participate in brainstorming meetings and contributing ideas.

    Analytics & Reporting: Develop lead generation strategies with objectives, targets, and measures. Update spreadsheets, databases and inventories as needed.

    ** Additional responsibilities for Sales & Marketing departments as needed.

    Education and Experience
    High School Diploma required.
    Preferred Bachelor's degree in marketing, advertising, communications, or relevant field of study, or 1-2 years of work experience in sales, marketing, or adinistration in lieu of degree.
    Work portfolio will be required upon application
    Excellent writing, communication, and presentation skills.
    Personable, outgoing and great with people – can easily approach others for pictures, quotes, etc.
    Strong organizational, planning, and time managing skills.
    Maintain focus while working in an unstructured environment with nominal supervision.
    Ability to work independently and with a team in a fast-paced and high-volume environment with emphasis on accuracy and timeliness.
    Microsoft Office experience (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Teams)
    Experience with Canva or other design and editing tools (i.e. Adobe Creative Suite).
    Experience with content planning platforms.

    Physical Requirements
    Ability to occasionally stand, walk, crawl, climb, reach, bend, kneel, balance, stoop, or sit up for more than eight hours a day.
    Use of hands to feel or reach objects and tools
    Hearing and talking with several people during or most of the entire work shift
    The use of varying vision abilities such as close vision, peripheral, depth and in adjusting focus.
    Being able to move around in the work area independently or without external help

    Assistant Construction Manager

    Well established, award winning homebuilder located in northern Colorado is seeking a serious minded home-building professional to develop his or her talents in all aspects of our relationship-focused, quality-minded, fast-faced, Construction Team. Our ideal candidate has passion for helping our community by building the most valuable homes in our marketplace. A successful ACM has a lifelong learning attitude.

    The Assistant Construction Manager coordinates all site construction activities, from drywall to close of home, and supervises all field personnel as required to successfully complete the project on schedule and within budget. This includes maintaining the highest quality, supervising all trade and field personnel, while administering good construction safety practices with all on-site activities. The Assistant Construction Manager reports directly to Construction Manager or Senior Construction Manager.

    • 40- 45 hours per week (8am-5pm, M-F)
    • After hours and weekends may be necessary on occasion for trips, events, or to meet deadlines.
    • Lunch meeting and events outside of the normal working hours are required by the position.
    • Occasional travel for educational growth and development or community locations is required.

    • Coordinates and supervises all construction activities from drywall to close of home
    • Directs all field personnel to achieve completion of the project on schedule, within budget, with quality workmanship that conforms to original plans and specifications
    • Financial accountability for the job. Approval, dis-approval, and issuance of all VPO’s that pertain to the direct costs of that job.
    • Maintains construction schedule
    • Identifies and solves problems
    • Orders materials, schedules, and identifies inspections as necessary throughout the process
    • Understand the project plans, specifications, and the community’s layout
    • Maintains positive relationships with Buyers, Homeowners, Trade Partners, Suppliers, and Team Members
    • Leads Homeowner Orientations and Final Walks
    • Involved with our Quality Assurance process
    • Completion of all Homeowner Orientation List Items before close
    • Ensure all company team members, trade partners and vendors and adhering to the company safety policy as well as OSHA safety requirements
    • Have the ability to recognize site safety violations on a daily basis, document with a correction report, and tribute to appropriate parties.
    • Understanding and enforcement of construction risk control, insurance standards, contract negotiation and scope writing.
    • Knowledge of local vendors, trade partners, municipalities, and building codes
    • Maintains the site cleanliness, lot maintenance, and signage
    • Adherence to the scopes of work for each trade partner
    • Provide product and process feedback to the Purchasing Department for continued improvement
    • May need to handle the emergency/after-hours phone for the Homeowner Services Team
    • Achieve a Raving Fan Index that meets/exceeds company goals for your community
    • Other duties as assigned

    • High School diploma or equivalent required
    • OSHA 10 Certification preferred or ability to obtain in a year
    • Able to easily understand and interpret construction documents, specifications, and building code requirements
    • Ability to establish credibility and trust to build relationships with people of all levels of the organization, including but not limited to community site staff, sales and marketing, contracts and purchasing, design center and land development.
    • Demonstrated ability to work with external parties, including homeowners, local and provincial construction associations, trade partners, suppliers, industry peers
    • Must have strong work ethics, reliable, honest, detail orientated, well organized and self-starter.
    • Analyzes problems and makes sound decisions in a timely manner based on objectives, risks, implications, and costs.
    • Displays strong written and oral communication skills and employs effective listening skills.
    • Tactful and mature demeanor with well developed interpersonal kills including the ability to work well with diverse personalities.
    • Ability to work independently and with a team in a fast-paced and high-volume environment with emphasis on accuracy and timeliness.
    • Proficient in Excel, Word, Outlook, 10-key by touch, Mark Systems a plus
    • Ability to lead, influence, and motivate others to perform
    • Must be able to communicate well and give clear, consistent instructions to others
    • Must have the organizational skills to document and maintain records electronically daily
    • Current and Valid Driver’s License with less than 3 violations in the past 5 years
    • Requires the ability to stand for long periods or time, conditions may include inclement weather or jobsite conditions, ability to climb ladders and be comfortable with heights and around construction equipment
    • Must have the ability to lift 50 pounds and hold for an extended period

    Physical Requirements
    • Ability to occasionally stand, walk, crawl, climb, reach, bend, kneel, balance, stoop, or sit up for more than eight hours a day.
    • Use of hands to feel or reach objects, mouse, and type on computer.
    • Ability to move about office space and undeveloped land.
    • Hearing and talking with multiple people during or most of the entire workday.
    • The use of varying vision abilities such as close vision, peripheral, depth and in adjusting focus.
    • Be able to lift and carry items of up to 30 pounds.
    • Being able to tolerate temperature-controlled environment and outdoor environment with varying temperatures.
    • Typical noises on construction job sites
    • Vision for near, mid-range, far and accommodation. Hearing for low, medium, and high pitch.
    • Must have current and valid driver’s license and must be able to be insured by company fleet insurance.
    • Being able to move around in the work area independently or without external help.

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