Looking for a fresh new opportunity? We're looking for the best and the brightest to join us in reshaping the landscape of housing. Think you have what it takes to become part of a culture driven to challenge the status quo of the building industry?
Like our homes, our teams are customized and hand-crafted to deliver a next-level experience unlike any other. We believe that you make your own opportunities, and after you do, take them 10 steps further. Maybe you have something amazing to offer but don't think it fits in with what we do? Perfect. Find a way to make it work. You'll never know what the future holds until you create it.
Project Managers at BrightLeaf undertake a wide variety of day-to-day administrative and jobsite management tasks. The Project Manager is an integral part in ensuring that our field operations run smoothly and are successful in driving the success of the business overall.
Design Project Managers at BrightLeaf undertake a variety of design and project management tasks. The Design Project Manager is an integral part in ensuring that our client experience runs smoothly and are successful in driving the success of the business overall. For someone with interior design and project management skills, they help guide our clients through the design process with everything from floor plans, to color selections, to defining their selections and upgrades.
Members of the sales, marketing, and real estate team develop, implement, and execute a variety of sales and marketing initiatives for the BrightLeaf brand. Real estate is now BrightLeaf Realty. The team handles all realty related services as your partner and guide/advisor.
The "Office Team" at BrightLeaf undertakes a variety of day-to-day administrative office tasks. A Finance Manager has a pretty important basic job – make sure everyone gets paid, from co-workers to vendors to owners and investors. Admins assist the various departments, and our office manager holds it all together.
To us, quality of life is not only defined by the perception of individuals, but also by what surrounds them and how it came to be. It’s about having a positive impact on our world and improving key aspects that matter most. From our neighborhoods, our materials, the air we breathe, to the conversations we have with friends, family and clients. Every positive interaction we have can improve someone’s quality of life from that moment, to years in the future. It’s about realizing what is and what can be – while changing what was.
“Our construction assembly is one that almost every contractor could build, but very few can or will do it with the attention to detail that we have.”