Pre-Build Coordinator






Betenbough Homes


Full Time

Role Overview

The Pre-Build Coordinator will arrange, coordinate, complete and check work that is required to prepare for starting construction on homes.  Included are tasks for permits, homesites, starts, help tickets, data entry & tool maintenance. Pre-Build Coordinators will also monitor dashboards task completion deadlines and timeliness, coordinate inter-departmental operations, and seek constant improvement.  Coordinator tasks also include foundations coordination, Geographic Information Service data input, dashboard updates, and coding edits.

Core Functions

  • Permits – Monitor, prepare, edit, assemble, submit, retrieve, and check all documents and coordinate with all departments or government agencies necessary to obtain timely Permits in Hand. Reconcile Permit invoices and fees.
  • Drawing Sets – Prepare, run, compile, check and verify that all required Architectural job drawings and other construction documents are present in job folder and viewable in the system.
  • Starts – Research, operate Starts tools, serve and advise Regions through all facets of setting and adjusting Starts.
  • Tickets – Watch, examine, notify, assign and quickly and satisfactorily solve help desk tickets sent from customers the field, office, and Regional staff or governments.
  • Homesites – Create, edit, draw, check and release completed documents and data required for Community File creation and Homesite preparation.
  • Geographic Information Systems – Revise, edit, process, add and import both data and mapping elements.
  • Foundations – Investigate, coordinate, inspect, draw, advance, and ensure soils and foundations engineering preparation for slab construction.
  • Analytics – Discover, edit, collaborate, and assist team to improve task monitor dashboard products. Evaluate, access, troubleshoot, repair, or edit code used for various processes.

Work Environment and Physical Requirements

  • Office environment
  • Vision for near, mid-range and far as well as hearing for low, medium, and high pitch.
  • Requires physical ability for standing, sitting, crouching, kneeling, frequent walking, reaching above head and below waist.
  • Must have a current and valid driver’s license and must be able to be insured by company fleet insurance.
  • Ability to lift up 5-20 pounds.

Hours and Schedule

  • Average 40 hours per week (8am-5pm, M-F)


  • Comprehensive Employee Benefit Package
  • Employer-Paid Life, AD&D, LTD Insurance 
  • Enrolled into ESOP (Retirement Benefits)
  • Paid Time Off Policy
  • Company-Issued Cell Phone       
  • Company Training Opportunities
  • Company-Sponsored Vision Trips  

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