Who are we?
At Sealed, we’re unlocking comfort, value, and efficiency in aging homes—and transforming energy, finance, and home improvement along the way.
With Sealed, it’s easy and affordable to solve the problems that make houses too hot, too cold, and too wasteful. In partnership with energy utilities and certified contractors, Sealed finances key home improvements using the money homeowners currently waste on energy.
Homes are renewed from the inside out—all without increasing homeowners’ monthly bills. Upgrades like HVAC, insulation, air sealing, and smart home technology transform the way a home feels and functions. Sealed coordinates projects from beginning to end, and we stand behind our work. If we don’t reduce a home’s energy use, we don’t get paid.
Sealed is backed by a $5 billion global investment firm and has major partnerships with large utility companies like Con Edison.
Based in New York City, Sealed was founded by Lauren Salz (CEO, Forbes 30 under 30, former McKinsey) and Andy Frank (President, energy efficiency veteran).
Learn more at sealed.com.
What will you do?
Home improvement can be a hassle, but as Director of Implementation, you’ll make sure getting your home Sealed is a breeze. You and your team of Account Managers will do the hard stuff, so our customers can just sit back, and get comfortable.
You will build and oversee the team that delivers successful project implementations. Your team will manage everything from the day Sealed customers sign their agreement, to the day their project is complete and we have all of the completion paperwork.
In this cross-functional position, you’ll collaborate closely with leaders in Sales, Contractor Management, and RevOps to reduce process friction, and improve the accuracy and quality of our project scoping and installations.
Initially, you will be responsible for managing a team of 3-4 Account Managers who:
In addition, you will be responsible for building out the Account Management team and function at Sealed, including:
What does success look like?
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