New Home Warranty Administrator

We are seeking a Warranty Administrator for our Sandy, Utah office. In this entry level position, the selected candidate will work with Alpine Homes' homeowners to:
Receive, evaluate, schedule and close warranty requests submitted by new home owners.
Understand Alpine Homes' new-home warranty and what the firm's responsibilities are under the warranty.
Verbally and in writing, communicate the status of home owners' warranty submissions in a clear, logical, patient manner.
Perform quality control walks on homes under construction.
Administer home orientation meetings with new home buyers to show them the features and operation of their new homes.
Manage our rental home portfolio. This includes regular inspection of rental homes, showing homes and screening candidates, managing repairs, and monitoring the collection of rent payments.
This position offers a competitive base salary, gas, auto and phone allowances and health insurance benefits with premiums that are 100% employer paid for Alpine Homes employees.
This is an excellent opportunity for someone seeking an entry level position in the real estate development / residential construction industry.
This position requires a college degree, superb verbal and written communication skills and an intermediate understanding of Excel.
If you have a hard time working with, or react negatively to difficult people, this is not the position for you. We can train an individual on the position's needed construction knowledge, we cannot train an individual on the temperament required for this position.
In this position, you will spend about 50% of your time in the field; so, you must have a reliable vehicle, a valid driver's license and proof of auto insurance.
Contact: Greg Szymanski
Phone: 206-352-2020
Email: gszymanski@alpinehomes.com
Send a resume and cover letter to gszymanski@alpinehomes.com; please include your salary requirements in your cover letter.

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