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Kindred Homes is part of the HCP Family of Brands and currently builds in the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex and San Antonio Metroplex. Kindred Homes is dedicated to quality construction at affordable prices. Buying a home is most often the largest purchase an individual or family will make; where children are raised and memories are created. Family matters to our customers and also to us. We are focused on not only building homes but assisting buyers in building a future with their families in their homes. Be a part of our family.

We settle for only the highest quality in the homes we build and in the talent we recruit. At Kindred Homes your career will be as special as the communities we build. Below are available career opportunities with Kindred Homes. If you feel you have the qualifications expected for a position we ask you submit an online application to start your application process.
Current Career Opportunities
New Home Construction Manager - Superintendent - Home Builder - SAN ANTONIO, TX

We are looking to hire an experienced Construction Manager for our new home residential community near San Antonio, TX.
This position will manage the construction of homes by subcontractors to ensure that homes are built properly to specifications in the allotted period of time.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
• Schedules vendors and subcontractors to facilitate a balanced construction process.
• Inspects work and ensures that each phase of construction is completed and error-free in its scheduled time frame.
• Approves payment releases after all work is completed and in accordance with the scope of work as outlined in the contract agreement, plans, and city specifications.
• Maintains a clean, safe, and orderly work area.
• Reviews the sales contract, selections, and structural option information in start packets to confirm that projects are completed as sold.
• Communicates with New Home Consultants to facilitate professional relationships with customers as a community team. Performs the point of contact meetings when representing Kindred Homes.
• Maintains a professional demeanor and appearance with all subcontractors, vendors, customers, and the public as a representative of Kindred Homes.
• Acts as point of contact for warranty items. Coordinates subcontractors and vendors to perform warranty work according to warranty procedures.

Job Requirements:
•    Minimum of 4 years verifiable supervisory experience with a production builder overseeing and establishing budgets and managing vendor schedules, etc. A degree in Construction Management is a plus.
•    Enthusiastic and internally motivated self-starter who can work through problems in a logical and efficient manner.
•    Must be able to adapt and change on the go in order to meet consistently changing schedules.
•    Must have a strong ability to multi-task.
•    Must be comfortable around strong personalities.
•    Must know the city permitting process.
•    Must have a general knowledge of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) and associated environmental compliance issues.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
•    Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written).
•    Able to establish successful working relationships at all levels, both internally and externally.
•    Strong organizational and documentation skills.
•    Follow-up and problem-solving skills must be strong.
•    Must be a team player that is also comfortable operating independently.
•    Extreme attention to detail with the ability to read construction plans.
•    Must be a high-energy person with a positive attitude, polished disposition, and presentation skills.

Working Conditions:
The working environment is generally favorable but, at times, can be quite unfavorable due to extreme heat and cold weather conditions. The incumbent will work in a variety of locations, including an office trailer, finished and unfinished homes, and outdoors. When outdoors, unpleasant conditions can arise that are caused by noise, dust, etc.

Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the incumbent is required to have ordinary ambulatory skills and the ability to stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch, and manipulate medium to heavyweights of at least 25 to 75 pounds unassisted.
Walking for long periods of time on uneven ground in a variety of locations is required. Requires good hand-eye coordination, arm, hand, and finger dexterity, including the ability to grasp, and visual acuity to use a keyboard, operate equipment and read a computer screen. The incumbent is required to sit, reach with hands and arms, talk, and hear. Driving is required in order to visit job sites, perform inspections, and oversee homes in multiple locations.

Full-Time Permanent Employee Benefits:
• Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
• Life Insurance
• Long and Short Term Disability
• 401K Retirement Plan
• Paid Vacation, Sick Days, Holidays, and Two Flex Holidays
• Employee Anniversary Program
• Education Reimbursement Program

Every employee is expected to demonstrate the Kindred Way Values where everyone is important, we respect our buyers, we are honest, and we have integrity.
Kindred Homes is an Equal Opportunity Employer and committed to hiring a diverse team.
Job Type: Full-time

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New Home Construction Manager - Superintendent - Home Builder - East Side DFW, TX

We are looking to hire an experienced Construction Manager for our new home residential community in the Rockwall/Royse City area.
This position will manage the construction of homes by subcontractors to ensure that homes are built properly to specifications in the allotted period of time.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

•    Schedules vendors and subcontractors to facilitate a balanced construction process.
•    Inspects work and ensures that each phase of construction is completed and error-free in its scheduled time frame.
•    Approves payment releases after all work is completed and in accordance with the scope of work as outlined in the contract agreement, plans, and city specifications.
•    Maintains a clean, safe, and orderly work area.
•    Reviews the sales contract, selections, and structural option information in start packets to confirm that projects are completed as sold.
•    Communicate with New Home Consultants to facilitate professional relationships with customers as a community team. Performs the point of contact meetings when representing Kindred Homes.
•    Maintains a professional demeanor and appearance with all subcontractors, vendors, customers, and the public as a representative of Kindred Homes.
•    Acts as point of contact for warranty items. Coordinates subcontractors and vendors to perform warranty work according to warranty procedures.

Job Requirements:
•    Minimum of 6 years verifiable supervisory experience with a residential builder, home building experience is preferable, overseeing and establishing budgets and managing vendor schedules, etc. A degree in Construction Management is a plus.
•    Enthusiastic and internally motivated self-starter who can work through problems in a logical and efficient manner.
•    Must be able to adapt and change on the go in order to meet consistently changing schedules.
•    Must have a strong ability to multi-task.
•    Must be comfortable around strong personalities.
•    Must know the city permitting process.
•    Must have a general knowledge of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) and associated environmental compliance issues.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

•    Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written).
•    Able to establish successful working relationships at all levels, both internally and externally.
•    Strong organizational and documentation skills.
•    Follow-up and problem-solving skills must be strong.
•    Must be a team player that is also comfortable operating independently.
•    Extreme attention to detail with the ability to read construction plans.
•    Must be a high-energy person with a positive attitude, polished disposition, and presentation skills.

Working Conditions:

The working environment is generally favorable but, at times, can be quite unfavorable due to extreme heat and cold weather conditions. The incumbent will work in a variety of locations, including an office trailer, finished and unfinished homes, and outdoors. When outdoors, unpleasant conditions can arise that are caused by noise, dust, etc.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the incumbent is required to have ordinary ambulatory skills and the ability to stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch, and manipulate medium to heavy weights of at least 25 to 75 pounds unassisted. Walking for long periods of time on uneven ground in a variety of locations is required. Requires good hand-eye coordination, arm, hand, and finger dexterity, including the ability to grasp, and visual acuity to use a keyboard, operate equipment, and read a computer screen. The incumbent is required to sit, reach with hands and arms, talk, and hear. Driving is required in order to visit job sites, perform inspections, and oversee homes in multiple locations.

Full-Time Permanent Employee Benefits:
•    Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
•    Life Insurance
•    Long and Short Term Disability
•    401K Retirement Plan
•    Paid Vacation, Sick Days, Holidays, and Two Flex Holidays
•    Employee Anniversary Program
•    Education Reimbursement Program

Every employee is expected to demonstrate the Kindred Way Values where everyone is important, we respect our buyers, we are honest, and we have integrity.
Kindred Homes is an Equal Opportunity Employer and committed to hiring a diverse team.
Job Type: Full-time



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Architecture and Plan Manager - Southlake, TX

We are currently seeking an Architecture and Plan Manager. The right candidate will develop and manage a residential plan database. Coordinate and facilitate construction documents, marketing materials, and permit drawings. Resolve field issues/repairs and engage with municipalities to deliver customer satisfaction. Serve as Divisions' main point of contact through planning to construction, for all Architecture services. Facilitates all communication/handoffs back through Architecture concerning future and current work. Act as liaison for Division to manage all outside Architecture and Engineering.

Candidates for this position must have prior knowledge and experience drafting residential site plans/plot plans.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

Divisional Support
• Work closely with job site personnel to coordinate plan changes and respond to plan discrepancies and/or questions.
• Visit construction site as needed to review construction adherence to plans.
• One point of contact for all architecture for Divisions.
• Set expectations with Divisions as to Kindred Homes policies, procedures, timeframes, and standards.
• Review architectural plans for building code compliance and builder’s predetermined construction compliance details.
• Provide knowledge of competition, construction methods, and design trends.
• Understand local construction codes and jurisdictional requirements.
• Attend local governmental approval meetings as required.

Project Coordination
• Check and coordinate inside and outside Architecture and Engineering to ensure consistency in scopes of work and adherence to corporate procedures, standards, and Division construction methods.
• Manage outside architects and engineers in the development of new plans and new product implementation as directed by senior management.
• Manage correspondence with architects, engineers, and manufacturers relating to the correction of any approved plan changes.
• Check new artwork and marketing material vs construction documents and community standards/colors.
• Maintain color renderings for interiors and exteriors per plan.
• Maintain and update interactive and/or static floor plans on digital platforms.

Administrative
• Work with Senior Management to create, implement, and manage procedures for Divisions regarding all aspects of Architecture.
• Assist in the coordination of plan changes and/or plan corrections with other company departments to include Purchasing, Marketing, Sales, Operations, and Construction.
• Conduct all business in a professional and ethical manner to serve customers and increase the goodwill and profit of the company.

Qualifications

Education and/or Experience
• Bachelor's degree in Construction Science or Draftsman training.
• Two to four years of related experience in residential construction or similar field.
• Must be able to read and understand residential building plans.
• Proficiency with MS Office and full understanding of Excel.
• Knowledge of CAD or other drafting program.

Other Requirements
• Posses a highly organized and detail-oriented workflow.
• Strong communication skills.
• Must have a vehicle and a valid driver’s license.
• Ability to work between the hours of 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM CST/CDT.
• Some travel is required.

Bonus Qualifications
• Proven ability to make small modifications to plans or redlines.
• Proven ability to create marketing floor plans.
• Proficiency in Google SketchUp and/or other 3D rendering platforms.

Full-Time Permanent Employee Benefits
• Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
• Life Insurance
• Long and Short Term Disability
• 401K Retirement Plan
• Paid Vacation, Sick Days, Holidays, and Two Flex Holidays
• Employee Anniversary Program
• Education Reimbursement Program

Every employee is expected to demonstrate the Kindred Way Values where everyone is important, we respect our buyers, we are honest, and we have integrity.
Kindred Homes is an Equal Opportunity Employer and committed to hiring a diverse team.
Job Type: Full-time

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Purchasing Agent – San Antonio, TX

Seeking a self-motivated individual, for a full-time purchasing agent position, in San Antonio, TX.

The position is working with other agents and includes using Hyphen programs Brix and BuildPro. The individual needs to be an organized and motivated individual with capabilities to problem solve and multi-task. To perform this job successfully, an individual must have a positive attitude and be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. We are looking for highly motivated team players that proactively look for improvements and solutions to day-to-day problems. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

Job Duties:
•    Process Weekly invoices
•    Print and code all invoices
•    Prepare invoices for approval by builders
•    Research invoice issues
•    Assist to resolve payment questions
•    Assist with bid process
•    Assist & Maintain Closing log report
•    Color Selection tracking report
•    Maintain vendor information and pricing in the system
•    Load pricing and maintain back up files
•    Revise/update building specifications across four levels of homes
•    Create new project information and contractors
•    Process Release of home purchase orders and change orders
•    Update and issue Sales/ Design Pricing
•    Assist with Custom price requests
•    Research invoice or purchase order issues as needed
•    Manage material take offs and estimates in the system
•    Maintain purchasing email for vendor and builder questions and purchase order revisions
•    Assist in sourcing new Vendors and products (sending plans for estimating and comparing pricing)
•    Review Trade Partners’ invoices to ensure budget and quote compliance
•    Support the Construction Sales and Design teams with plans, specs, and budget information

Requirements:
•    Knowledge of purchase orders, creating, researching, and adjusting.
•    Written and verbal communication skills needed for working diligently with other departments, such as vendors, sales, construction, and design.
•    Highly proficient in Excel, Word, Access, and PowerPoint.

Education and/or experience:
•    Associates degree preferred
•    Two years related home builder experience and/or training.
•    Notary preferred

Language Skills:
•    Ability to communicate with subcontractors, vendors, and company employees.
•    Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Effectively work in a very fast-paced environment, very detail-oriented, organizational skills, and ability to manage multiple tasks. Ability to speak Spanish preferred.

Full -Time Permanent Employee Benefits:
• Medical Dental, and Vision Insurance
• Life Insurance
• Long- and Short-Term Disability
• 401k Retirement Plan
• Paid Vacation, Sick Days, Holidays, and two Flex Holidays
• Employee Anniversary Program
• Education Reimbursement Program


Every employee is expected to demonstrate the Kindred Way Values where everyone is important, we respect our buyers, we are honest, and we have integrity.
Kindred Homes is an Equal Opportunity Employer and committed to hiring a diverse team.
Job Type: Full-time
FSLA Status: Non-Exempt

 

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New Home Consultant - Tarrant County, TX

Full-Time
We are looking to hire an experienced New Home Consultant to generate leads, sell homes, and complete all sales paperwork. The New Home Consultant would also educate buyers on home financing options and provide service to existing customers to meet company sales objectives. 

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

•    Actively pursue sales prospects through networking, building realtor relationships, telephone follow-ups, and email marketing.
•    Meet with buyers, tour model home(s), discuss features of homes, conduct needs analysis, and pre-qualify buyers for sale.
•    Manage the contract process to ensure correct and timely contracts.
•    Complete all transactions and financing paperwork, ensuring that forms are completed thoroughly and accurately.
•    Maintain accurate records on prospective customers via CRM.
•    Maintain weekly communication with the buyer on contract and mortgage entity to ensure targeted closing goals.
•    Maintain daily contact with on-site superintendent regarding changes on the home, updates, and customer inquiries about the process.
•    Ensure the model home is “show” ready at all times by coordinating the cleaning crew and informing the superintendent about maintenance concerns.
•    Work closely with Online Sales Counselor to nurture leads passed on.

Job Requirements:

•    High school education or the equivalent. Some college is preferred.
•    One year of direct sales experience, preferably in real estate or home sales.
•    Reliable transportation, auto insurance, and a valid driver’s license.
•    Basic computer literacy and proficiency with MS Office Suite and CRM softwares.
•    Ability to utilize sales applications on a smartphone, tablet, and laptop.
•    Ability to work evenings, weekends, and holidays, (may require overtime).
•    Should easily manage walking tours of model homes and the community.
•    Be well-spoken, outgoing, organized, detail-oriented, motivated, and dependable.

Bonus Qualifications:

•    Knowledge of mortgage products.
•    Knowledge of Lasso, Brix, Atlas, and DocuSign Templates.

Full-Time Permanent Employee Benefits:

•    Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
•    Life Insurance
•    Long and Short Term Disability
•    401K Retirement Plan
•    Paid Vacation, Sick Days, Holidays and Two Flex Holidays
•    Employee Anniversary Program
•    Education Reimbursement Program

Every employee is expected to demonstrate the Kindred Way Values where everyone is important, we respect our buyers, we are honest, and we have integrity.
Kindred Homes is an Equal Opportunity Employer and committed to hiring a diverse team.
Salary Is Dependent Upon Experience
Job Type: Full-time

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