Manage the planning, development, and build-out of lots for Land Development projects. The Land Development Project Manager will serve Idaho’s Treasure Valley residential market in partnership with the Land Development team. The Land Development Project Manager is responsible for leading a team of internal and external resources to define, plan, execute, monitor and close out the Land Development projects.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Plan and direct the technical planning functions of each proposed community.
- Develop and implement construction guidelines for the business unit as they relate to land development.
- Assemble and update lists of consultants, contractors, and vendors approved to work. Prepare RFP’s and solicit proposals.
- Coordinate all public and private utility companies during the planning and construction phases of assigned communities.
- Negotiate, execute, and monitor contracts for both professional and construction services.
- Conduct initial site visits.
- Manage consultants - Review and approve all technical documents prepared by professional consultants during the design process and prior to submission to governmental agencies.
- Create project budgets and schedules.
- Prepare bid packages including construction plans, details, and specifications for all land development improvements and solicit bids.
- Negotiate, award, and execute contracts.
- Monitor compliance with established safety procedures, quality standards, and work schedules through regular site inspections.
- Monitor change orders and design problems and consult with architects, engineers, contractors, etc., as required to meet standards.
- Ensure that the community is built consistent with engineering drawings and construction specifications.
- Monitor bond reductions and releases.
- Attend public meetings on an as-needed basis.
- Prepare and monitor land development schedules for assigned communities to ensure home production milestones are met and all approval contingencies are satisfied.
- Coordinate contractors and inspectors for completion of land development.
- Understand Multi-Family architectural plans as they relate to the integration with Land Development on each job.
?EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
- Bachelor’s Degree (B.A.) from a four-year college or university; or 5 years of land development project management, surveying or engineering experience in a corporate setting.
- Competency in reading civil engineering drawings and performing material take-offs.
- Excellent organizational skills, is a self-starter and can manage/structure their own time.
RELATIONSHIP TO OTHERS
The Land Development Project Manager must have the ability to solve problems in the field and relay corrective action to the appropriate agencies and engineering department for approval. The Land Development Project Manager reports directly to the VP of Land Development and directly interacts with engineering, surveying, landowners as needed, inspectors, contractors and New Home Specialists and Construction Project Managers.
- Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment, communicate well with others and effectively manage personnel as required.
- Maintain a valid driver’s license.
Has authority to establish budgets and set schedules for construction activities. Has the authority to approve field design and construction variances that have financial impacts to the job. Establish a working relationship with landowners to reduce construction conflicts.