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Careers

Passion Meets Purpose

We work with a greater purpose in mind—to honor and bring glory to God through loving and serving our community.

From career development to comprehensive benefits to our vibrant, diverse work environment, you’ll find plenty of opportunities here to enrich your personal and professional life. 


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 home in our marketplace. 

Employee Benefits

21 Reasons to Join Baessler Homes     

A Team that Cares about the Whole You


  • Health Insurance
  • Retirement Benefits
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Maternity/Paternity Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Volunteer Time Off (VTO)
  • Paid Family Medical Leave (PFML)
  • Baessler-Branded Attire
    • Company provides a $50 allowance each quarter
      for branding attire of your choosing
  • New Home Discount
    • Based on longevity Team Members qualify for a
      4-8% discount
  • Chaplain Services
    • Chaplains are available 24 hours a day, 365
      days a year to all Team Members
  • Table Talk/Book Study Fellowship
    • Chaplains offer a voluntary book study with
      lunch provided
  • Chair Massages
    • A 15-minute chair massage each quarter
  • Wellness Challenges
    • New wellness challenges each month
  • Company Paid Holidays
  • Tuition Assistance
    • Each year company awards three scholarships,
      one of which is designated for Team Member's spouses or children
  • Professional Development
    • Continuing educational and job-specific
      training
       
  • Temptation Hallway
    • Company provides healthy snacks and periodic
      breakfasts/lunches
  • Caring Hearts Fund
    • Funds are designed to help Team Members in
      financial emergencies
  • Get to Know You Lunch
    • Take another Team Member to lunch paid for by
      the company to build relationships
  • Free Gym Membership
    • Ability to sign up for a membership at NOCO
      Fitness, cost is covered by the company.
       
  • Paid Sick Leave
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Available Positions

    Construction Manager
    Well-established, award-winning homebuilder located in northern Colorado is seeking a serious-minded home-building professional to apply their expertise in all aspects of our relationship-focused, quality-minded, fast-paced, profit-driven Production Department. Our ideal candidate must be a servant leader who will develop, inspire, and lead our trade partners while embracing innovation, technology, and change to continually improve and drive results. Additionally, the Construction Manager must be able to critically focus on our Trade Partner and Homebuyer experiences to meet their expectations and assure the delivery of defect-free homes on time and within budget. This person will manage the delivery of our high-quality product, supervise all trade and field personnel, and administer excellent construction safety practices with all on-site activities. This a tremendous long-term opportunity for a home-building professional who desires the responsibilities and opportunities of a management role. The Construction Manager has the opportunity to influence and manage our construction strategies, implement action plans, and build strong homebuyer/homeowner and channel partner relationships while continually adapting to new market opportunities. Our ideal candidate will assist with the development of our construction plan, processes, and people in preparation for numerous upcoming opportunities and projected growth. As part of the Construction Team, the Construction Manager will participate in the production process and product improvement with incentive-based rewards for achieving business objectives. The Construction Manager reports directly to the Senior Construction Manager.

    Primary Responsibilities: 

    People Development: Training and Coaching of team members

    Relationship/Experience Management: Team Members, Trade Partners, and Homebuyers/Homeowners
    Execution of budgetary objectives for direct costs and indirect construction costs
    Execution of our Construction Process as a part of our Home Building Process
    Risk Management processes: construction process safety, product assurance, community maintenance

    Relationships: 

    Recruit, select, train, and continually develop team members for the Construction Team
    Perform regular meetings with all directly supported team members as a part of the Quarterly Strategic Staffing Review (QS2R) and Development Plan sessions along with any necessary Performance Improvement Plans (PIP's)
    Love all team members utilizing the Care & Culture Programs
    Manage the Incentive Plan metrics for their Construction Team Members
    Assist with recruiting, selecting, training, and continually developing strong trade partner and supplier relationships
    Assist with trade partner feedback & communication programs
    Assist with trade partner/supplier performance evaluation systems - internal and external
    Homebuyer and Homeowner Experience management and programs

    Cost Management:

    Management of all direct construction costs for homes in construction and completed by the SCM and their Construction Team Members
    Research of variance costs to implement solutions
    Assist with value engineering and product/process improvement
    Administer the Variance Purchase Order Processes up to the approved limits (See Controller to review the approved Limits of Authority)
    Continually seek innovative products, techniques, and changes in the home building industry
    Assist in maximizing the homebuyers perceived value/cost ratio
    Management of the companies indirect construction cost budget 

    Preconstruction & Construction Process

    Manage and perform required Construction Team tasks as a part of the Preconstruction Process
    Manage the flow of Starts to maintain an attainable workload for your Construction Team Members
    Manage all Construction Process milestones to obtain an 80% or better Activity Consistency Index (ACI) percentage for all homes in
    communities under SCM's direct management
    Manage all aspects of the Mark Systems Internet Tool Kit (ITK) to ensure accuracy and timeliness of all data including scheduled task
    completion, payment approvals, VPO creation, VPO approvals, etc.
    Maintain a 90% or better Quality Assurance Walk (QAW) score for all homes in communities under the SCM's direct management
    Maintain 10 incomplete items or less at the Homebuyer Orientation
    Maintain 0 delinquent construction items for all closed homes in communities under the SCM's direct management

    Construction Team Management:

    Lead weekly Construction Team Meetings
    Maintains a 100% participation in weekly Community Team Meetings for all communities under the SCM's direct management
    Leads regular safety meetings/training and ensures adherence to the Company Safety Manual, OSHA requirements, and all applicable laws. All
    safety violations must be rectified immediately, properly documented, and distributed to the appropriate parties
    Maintain current knowledge of all applicable building codes along with jurisdictional code adoptions and amendments
    Adherence to the Construction Team policies/procedures
    Adherence to the scopes of work for each trading partner
    Provide product and process feedback to the Purchasing Department for continued improvement
    • Construction Experience: 5 years (Required)
    • Managerial: 3 years (Required)



    Construction Assistant

    Position Summary

    A 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-paced, profit-driven Construction Team. Our ideal candidate will have a passion for helping our community by building the most valuable homes in our marketplace. A successful Construction Assistant has a lifelong learning attitude.

    The Opportunity & Scope

    The Construction Assistant is a short-term, learning position to teach a 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 and ability to manage a construction site. 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.

    Primary Responsibilities

    Review and Maintain site cleanliness including, but not limited to homesite cleanliness, community cleanliness, model homes, and construction offices
    Complete checklists at various stages of construction in supporting the construction team
    Powerwash 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

    Relationships 

    Love all team members utilizing the Engagement Programs
    Assist with trade partner feedback & communication programs
    Assist with trade partner/supplier performance evaluation systems - internal and external
    Homebuyer and Homeowner Experience management and programs

    Cost Management    

    Assist in research of variance costs to implement solutions
    Assist with value engineering and product/process improvement
    Administer the Variance Purchase Order Processes up to the approved limits (See Controller to review the approved Limits of Authority)
    Continually seek innovative products, techniques, and changes in the home building industry
    Assist in maximizing the homebuyers perceived value/cost ratio (Raving Fan Index)
    Assist with management of their community's indirect construction cost budget

    Preconstruction Process    

    Manage and perform required Construction Team tasks as a part of the Preconstruction Process

    Production Process    

    earn all Construction Process milestones and what it means to obtain an 80% or better Activity Consistency Index (ACI) percentage for all homes in your community
    Learn all aspects of the Mark Systems Internet Tool Kit (ITK) to ensure accuracy and timeliness of all data including schedule task completion, payment approvals, VPO creation, VPO approvals, etc.
    Learn the project plans, specifications, and the communities.
    Maintains an organized job site, including the construction office.
    Assist in maintaining 10 incomplete items or less at the Homebuyer Orientation
    Assist in maintaining 0 delinquent construction items for all homes at the time of closing

    Production Team Management     

    100% participation in Production Team Meetings
    Maintains a 100% participation in weekly Community Team Meetings for your community
    Learn all applicable building codes along with jurisdictional code adoptions and amendments
    Adherence to the Construction Team policies/procedures
    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

    Requirements:

    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
    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 a strong ability to teach, train and develop others
    Detail-oriented, professional attitude, reliable, excellent work ethic.
    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 of time
    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 inclimate weather and jobsite conditions

    Entitlement Manager

    Position Summary

    To passionately support the land acquisition and development process. This role’s primary responsibility is managing land projects through the entitlement process to achieve scheduled milestones for the recording of plats, obtaining development permits, and completing subdivision improvement and utility plans.

    Work Schedule

    • 40- 45 hours per week (8am-5pm, M-F) with the exception of public meetings that may fall outside of regular business hours.
    • 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.

    Primary Responsibilities

    Land & Water Acquisition:

    • Network and manage relationships with brokers, developers, engineers, planners, municipalities, and land/water owners for new acquisition opportunities
    • Perform preliminary due diligence and underwriting to determine viability of each deal                
    • Manage the Land/Water Pipeline for current and future deals
    • Monthly/quarterly land reporting                                            
    • Assist in negotiating purchase price and terms of all land and water contracts                        
    • Assist in review of all contracts                                               
    • Work with legal to address all legal issues that arise during the contract and feasibility process

    Entitlements:

    • Assist the VP of land in the management of all entitlement
      projects throughout the process
    • Coordinate the hiring and daily management of consultants for
      the due diligence/land entitlement, construction, and development of projects
    • Coordinate all consultant interaction and work directly with
      various approval agencies including City and County Planning/Engineering/Zoning/Utility
      Providers/HOA and others related to all entitlement processes and other issues
      that arise
    • Attend Public meetings to ensure jurisdictional approvals
    • Ensure entitlement projects stay within budget

    Land Development:

    • Ensure all projects stay within budget and on schedule
    • Manage the preparation of all land development budgets for all
      projects
    • Manage the negotiation of contractor agreements, pricing, terms,
      etc.

    New Community Planning:

    • Coordinate with necessary departments to determine product,
      pricing, spec levels, design, site planning, etc.
    • Manage community open deadlines for all new communities
    • Coordinate with Purchasing to ensure building permits for models
      and first specs are received on time
    • Engage and interact with home builder to ensure the success of
      New Community openings

    Other Duties as Assigned

    Qualifications, Education & Experience

    The Entitlement Manager must have the following items:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Land Use Planning, Civil Engineering,
      Public Administration, Business Administration, or Real Estate
    • 5+ years in acquisition, development, and entitlement of mass
      planned communities, land planning/management, land development, finance, accounting or related activities
    • Knowledge of real estate entitlement requirements and process
    • Or a combination of items listed above.

    Physical Requirements

    The Entitlement Manager is a physically demanding position that
    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 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.
    Engagement Coordinator

    Position Summary

    The Engagement Coordinator is committed to connecting with and caring for our Team Members and Trade Partners. Additionally, they actively seek opportunities to support wider Community engagement and steward Company resources in alignment with our Mission to Love and Serve All. This person should have a passion for caring for people, growing relationships, and having fun. This role is expected to lead the engagement initiatives and support leaders in building a culture that puts the Baessler Way in action. This engagement leader is expected to grow into the role of Engagement Manager.

    Work Schedule

    • 40 hours per week (8am-5pm,M-F)
    • After hours, weekends or lunch meetings may be necessary on occasion for trips, events, or to meet deadlines.
    • Occasional travel for educational growth and development or Community engagement activities is required.

    Primary Responsibilities

    • Engage and collaborate with consultants to lead and assist with the design, implementation and administration of ongoing and new wellness, engagement, and recognition programming for Team Members and Trade Partners.
    • Coordinate and manage projects, programs, and initiatives to cultivate an engaged team.
    • Support and coach Company Leaders in their efforts to enhance relational leadership.
    • Collaborate with Company Leaders to measure and improve Team Member engagement and Operational Excellence, Relational Leadership development.
    • Administer and provide support services to the Donor-advised Fund, JSB Generosity and other financial generosity.
    • Connect with Team Members through organizing and supporting the celebration or recognition of life events, such as baby showers, graduations, home purchases, weddings, death, sickness, company anniversaries, etc.
    • Proactively observe, identify, and suggest to Leader’s opportunities for growth among individuals and teams.
    • Collaborate with the Marketing, Human Resources and Accounting Teams to research local community needs, coordinate community service activities, and connect Team Members with their service passions.
    • Increase Team Member opportunities to live with “Passion” through community engagement.
    • Promote and communicate information about weekly Bible Studies.
    • Serve as Chairperson of the Caring Hearts Fund Committee.
    • Pray with, support, and actively work alongside Team Members, Trade Partners and Community Members.
    • Engage in consistent individual interaction with every team member.
    • Lead and assist with Relational Excellence onboarding activities for new Team Members and Trade Partners.
    • Other Duties as Assigned

    Qualifications, Education & Experience

    The Engagement Coordinator must have the following education or experience:

    • 2-5 years’ experience leading retention efforts across a large organization or 2-5 years’ experience in community engagement or event planning.
    • Experience leading, coaching, and modeling spiritual influence.

    Preferred: BS or MS in Organizational Design, HR, Business Management, Communication, or related field, or equivalent experience.

    Physical Requirements

    The Engagement Coordinator is a physically demanding position that requires the ability to:

    • Stand, walk, crawl, climb, reach, bend, kneel, balance, stoop, or sit up for long periods of time.
    • Use hands to feel or reach objects, mouse, and type on computer.
    • Move about office space and residential construction site.
    • Listen and talk with multiple people during most of the workday.
    • Use varying vision abilities such as close vision, peripheral, depth and in adjusting focus.
    • Hear for low, medium, and high pitch.
    • Lift and carry items of up to 30 pounds.
    • Tolerate temperature-controlled environments and outdoor environments on our homesites with varying temperatures.
    • Tolerate typical noises in the office space and loud noises from a construction site.
    • Move around in the work area independently or without external help.
    • Must have current and valid driver’s license and must be insurable by Company fleet insurance.

    Apply Now

    Please submit this form to apply for a specific position. If no positions are available, we are always accepting resumes, so please still submit your resume and under "Job Title" please write in the area of work that you are interested in. Thank you for your interest in working with us! 


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