The Assistant Project Manager assists in the day-to-day management of project-specific land development items from planning through the completion of construction.
Perform and assist in management control functions including: cost/budget controls, budget reconciliation, cash flow projections, activity/program scheduling and monitoring compliance. As well as, obligation of tract map conditions, exactions and bond exoneration processing.
Under direction of the Project Manager, administer multi-disciplinary consulting teams in preparation and processing of land use documents and related infrastructure design/improvement plans.
Responsible for submittal preparation for project approval through City or County Agencies (e.g. zoning, design review/CUP, civil and soils engineering, tentative tract map, final map approvals, affordable housing, and other development agreement requirements).
Assist in land acquisition due diligence documentation, coordination and design review functions to ensure continuity from planning through completion. Acquire and verify jurisdictional fees, conditions, and exactions.
Assist in the preparation, processing and obtaining approval of various aspects of architectural plans, landscape plans, D.R.E. operating budgets, CC&R’s, sales disclosures and exhibits, condominium plans, contracts, change orders, check requests and invoices as necessary.
Serve as declarant representative on multiple HOA boards (President, Secretary, and Treasurer).
Assist with consultant and trade partner agreements and ensure complete scopes are consistent with needs and budget allowance.
Directly responsible for Site Development Budget on assigned communities which are typically 80%-90% built.
Perform all other duties as assigned.
Three (3) - five (5) years’ work experience with two (2) years minimum experience in community development, redevelopment, economic development and/or housing with a public agency, private company or non-profit development corporation preferred
High school diploma or GED required; bachelor’s degree preferred or currently in the field of Urban Design, Planning, Real Estate, Business, Construction Management, or related course study
Maintain regular attendance and punctuality relative to daily work schedule is required
Valid driver’s license
Advanced PC skills, including use of Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, and Power Point
Excellent analytical ability and strong written and verbal communication skills
Ability to professionally perform multiple, detailed-oriented tasks with simultaneous deadlines