VP – Investment Operations
Posted on 3/21/2023
Divvy Homes

51-200 employees

Rent-to-own real estate platform
Company Overview
Divvy's mission is to make homeownership, and all the power that comes with it, accessible to everyone. Divvy is building an on-ramp to homeownership – one that's more flexible, more affordable, and an all-around better fit for today’s American family – and it’s working.
Remote • United States
Experience Level
Desired Skills
Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A)
Operations & Logistics
Finance & Banking
  • 10+ years of experience in real estate, private equity, or tech - ideally in a fast-paced, growth-stage environment
  • A strong operational leader that is well versed in operational efficiency and scaling a business
  • Significant experience managing a large team
  • Excellent communication, written and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to create a vision and translate it into detailed and prioritized plans
  • Ability to work collaboratively cross-functionally
  • Excellent analytical, interpersonal, verbal, written, and presentation skills
  • Manage a team of 20+ across Acquisitions and Asset Management, and help set the strategy for developing workflows for asset reallocation and how Divvy values homes
  • Lead, hire, develop, and grow a team of best in-class talent
  • Partner with leadership and executives on Divvy's investment, pricing and acquisition bidding strategy and model
  • Coordinate cross-functionally across the organization to create policies, procedures, SOPs and systemize processes
  • Identify any inefficiencies and optimize technology including working with Product and Engineering to increase productivity
  • Constantly iterate on and streamline our operations processes, policies and team gearing ratios to ensure our future scaling ability, reduction in turn times, vacant days and customer delinquencies
  • Support customers' journey to home ownership through acquisitions and asset management
  • Effectively managing our portfolio growth by reducing the percentage of unproductive assets and increasing the acquisition cap rate