Immediate opening for Land Development Project Engineer
Proficient in civil infrastructure planning, budgeting, design, permitting, and construction on projects involving grading, roads, water, sewer, drainage, and dry utilities for master-planned communities. Requires working knowledge of general design standards and ability to rapidly adapt to agency-specific standards.
Project Manager – Land Development
Full Time Exempt
Procure project entitlements, process permits, oversee product design, manage consultants and administer budgets. Coordinates with Finance, Construction, and Sales & Marketing. Manages multiple phases of development.
Procure entitlements including General Plan Amendments, Zoning, Tentative Maps, Final Maps, Development Agreements et al, and process construction plans and permits with governmental/environmental agencies;
Assist in land acquisition feasibility, potential risk analysis, and due diligence associated with land purchase process;
Present projects at relevant public hearings, meet with city staff, Planning Commissioners, and City Council members;
Manage consultants, procure contracts, compile budgets, consolidate and submit design and development review applications and process applications for approval;
Oversee project approvals and implementation (Conditions of Approval, Development Agreement, SIA);
Process invoices and maintain project budgets;
Coordinate and manage project opening process;
Negotiate design and cost related issues with city government;
Direct compilation and approval of all project disclosures;
Act as the conduit between the field personnel and the project consultants, and provide ongoing support to superintendents and sales on issues at communities under construction;
Conduct project meetings, and maintain project schedules.
Bid land development and vertical construction.
Assist in land acquisition and due diligence process.
Interface with site superintendent.
Knowledge of land planning laws and regulation, understanding of California Environmental Quality Act and Subdivision Map Act;
Ability to read civil and architectural plans;
Superior written and verbal communication skills;
Outgoing, professional demeanor with the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships;
Highly proficient in Microsoft applications including Word, Excel, and Project;
Degree in Business Administration, Finance, Planning, Construction Management, Architecture or Civil Engineering;
Three years of experience in the construction industry.