Coleman Lew Canny Bowen

Chief Executive Officer


Chief Executive Officer


Private equity-backed residential services platform (the “Company”).


The Chief Executive Officer will report directly to the private equity firm and interact regularly with the brand founders and general managers.


The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for driving growth through strategic leadership of the Company, with ultimate responsibility and accountability for all functional areas of the business. Additionally, the CEO is a partner to the Company’s founding owners and general managers, a leader for its brands, and an advocate for the unique culture that drives its innovation, growth, and identity. The CEO, in cooperation with the broader team, will be responsible for driving the following initiatives to maximize shareholder value.

  • Build, manage, and optimize the Company’s brands and reputation:
    • Build domain expertise and serve as a thought leader in the residential contractor services industry.
    • Understand and optimize prices and margins within the current service offering.
    • Launch new adjacent services that meet market needs and leverage economies of scale and scope.
    • Organically expand geographic footprint through opening and growth of satellite offices of existing brands.
  • Recruitment, talent development, and organization design:
    • Assess the organization (including additional add-ons) to determine the optimal use of resources.
    • Define and implement an appropriate organizational design that leverages scale and enables shared corporate services while simultaneously enabling nimble market operations and preserving in-market brand equity.
    • Develop the executive team to support growth and scale.
  • Drive the acquisition and integration of add-ons:
    • Partner with the founding owners and leadership team to further develop the M&A pipeline.
    • Work with the board and management team to negotiate and structure add-on transactions.
    • Lead due diligence and post-closing integration with the broader team; post-closing integration will include an assessment of, and key decisions around: Company locations and functions; highest and best use of internal and acquired talent; efficiency opportunities and synergies; optimal go-to-market strategy, especially as the Company’s go-to-market strategy expands.
  • Optimize the Company’s operational capabilities through process improvement in key operational areas, including job conversion, field operations, estimating, project management, and overall service delivery to include:
    • Leverage technology to enhance existing processes.
    • Evolve the current platform for quick integration of future acquisitions.
    • Implement systems to enhance customer experience.
    • Improve operating productivity to drive cash collection velocity and lower cost structure.
  • Develop a highly effective customer acquisition strategy:
    • Complete a competitive positioning assessment to help define white space for organic growth.
    • Cultivate new relationships with sales channel partners.
    • Leverage scale and best practices to create a robust digital marketing strategy and platform to drive direct-to-consumer sales.
    • Review all sales channels and existing sales processes.
    • Review compensation and incentive plans.
  • Create a culture of performance and process improvement:
    • Collaborate with the founders and management team to develop and execute on objectives and key results (OKRs) tied to the achievement of overall growth objectives.
    • Hold functional leaders and operators accountable for meeting those goals.
    • Identify key performance indicators to manage business outcomes and reduce performance variability.
    • When results vary negatively from the plan, identify the variance early and correct the root cause quickly.
  • Additional core responsibilities:
    • Strategic leadership and direct accountability for, and management of, the Company’s dispatch and communication operators, field supervisors, technicians, and account executives.
    • Manage relationships with strategic partners (i.e., companies that serve as sources of lead generation).
    • Manage the Company’s supplier relationships and advance strategic sourcing initiatives to take advantage of the Company’s volume purchases.
    • Manage the Company’s business insurance needs and the health, welfare, and benefits plans for the Company’s employees.
    • Establish the infrastructure for new geographies, including recruiting and onboarding of additional personnel as necessary.
    • Identify and pursue new business lines and/or other new revenue-generating opportunities.
    • Oversee implementation of risk management strategies and initiatives in concert with the PE firm’s portfolio support group, including cash control policies and updated employee handbooks; implement policies to create safe work environments for the Company’s employees and independent contractors.
    • Provide strategic leadership and direct accountability for, and management of, the Company’s accounting and IT functions.
    • Manage the budget process and provide recurring updates and reports to the board, including P/L forecasts and variance analyses.


  • Proven experience as a CEO/leader for a fast-paced, acquisitive, private equity-backed business in the residential services industry; a strong understanding of field services.
  • Private equity experience, particularly execution of a successful value creation playbook and exit strategy and add-on M&A acquisitions.
  • Demonstrated history of successfully building effective cultures.
  • Outstanding interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills with an ability to effectively present to board members, customers, vendors, and future investors/buyers in various professional and social settings.
  • An analytical mind that is comfortable with numbers and data-driven decision-making.
  • Knowledge and comfort with M&A process and post-closing integration.
  • Experience establishing effective management protocols in a geographically dispersed and rapidly growing business.
  • Bachelor’s degree required; MBA is a plus.



Compensation will be commensurate with experience including a competitive base salary, bonus opportunity, equity, and competitive benefits package.


Jonas Hedin, Managing Partner