Land Development Project Manager

Searching for a terrific opportunity as a Land Development Project Director and a company where your work is valued, recognized and appreciated?   If you'd enjoy playing a strong impactful strategic role in a growing new company division of a 70+ year old thriving and financially stable, privately held residential development company (500 ee) that is known for its' high quality development, creativity and passion for customer service, then we'd very much like to hear from you! San Francisco East Baylocation. We are exclusively representing this position.  (Local candidates only. NO relocation or sponsorship at this time. U.S. citizen or "Green Card" permanent resident required). This young energetic company has grown from an initial concept and start-up four years ago to a profitable venture with successful land development and multiple custom small residential projects completed and others underway. Recent projects included successful land acquisition, planning, zoning, grading, utility, permit approvals, entitlement and other land development activities on through completed custom high end home construction (each $1mm+) in the SF Bay. The company is also now looking at expanding its' reach into Nevada and has solid financial backing.    The ideal Land Development Project Manager , besides possessing comprehensive land development project skills, is also entrepreneurial, driven, and likes "wearing many responsibility hats" and would enjoy helping the CEO continue to strategically grow the company and expand into new areas. What you'll do: Take responsibility for all aspects of land development projects inclusive of land development planning, design, budgeting, contracts, permit approvals, contractor scheduling and progress, project management, final map recordings, lot delivery timing and ensuring compliance with company policies as well as any municipality regulations.         Interface with city officials and other regulatory agencies for scheduled approvals of improvement plans and final maps.         Obtain proposals and negotiate design contracts with civil engineers, landscape architects, joint trench consultants and various other design consultants.         Manage the project schedule and maintain schedule of projects. Manage numerous projects simultaneously.         Perform plan check of improvement plans, final maps and other easements.         Maintain knowledge of all conditions of approval, development agreement and specific plan requirements for the projects.         Coordinate and monitor bidding, award, and implementation phases of the projects. Negotiate and obtain approvals or change orders as necessary.         Analyze site data and due diligence to effectively anticipate and resolve potential obstacles or issues that may arise in land development process. BENEFITS: A new growing company division of a financially stable, well capitalized family owned company where employees are "part of the family" and are treated with care and generosity. (NO layoffs during the most recent recession).          Influence the company strategic direction and expansion. Partner directly with the CEO.         Highly Competitive Base Salary DOE and Bonus opportunity         Medical, dental, vision, life, AD&D and long-term disability insurance         Employee assistance program (EAP) and Flexible spending account (FSA)         Generous PTO (vacation, holidays, sick days)         Business casual, large comfortable office environment, jeans on Friday         401k retirement plan and MORE! TO APPLY: Reply directly to this posting with your WORD or PDF resume along with your Cover letter NO relocation or sponsorship at this time. U.S. Citizen or "Green card" permanent resident required. What you need to Succeed:         Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, Civil Engineering OR related degree OR equivalent work experience.         7+ years of successful land development, land acquisition or relevant project management experience inclusive of due diligence, entitlement/zoning and agency permit conditions.         Experience managing contractor relationships, vetting new contractors, negotiating contracts.         Demonstrated ability to read civil engineering plans.         Experience working with regulatory agencies and public utilities a plus.         Strong professional written and verbal communication skills both upward and downward in an organizational structure.         Computer software proficiency with Word, Excel, Outlook and MS Project (or similar) required.
Salary Range: $120K - $160K
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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