San Diego

Director of Pre-Construction

San Diego, CA

A self-capitalized and vertically integrated multi-family investment and development company with a focus in supply constrained, secondary, and tertiary markets is looking for a Director of Pre-Construction to join their North County San Diego team and execute on their development pipeline. The Director of Pre-Construction will leverage expertise in design, construction, and coordination to lead the pre-con process.

The company is an entrepreneurial, hands-on family office in growth mode, looking to expand its footprint given strong corporate level liquidity and the ability to obtain construction financing in a challenging capital environment. With core markets spanning Southern California, Central Valley, Sacramento, and Nevada, their commitment to excellence is showcased by their robust portfolio and deep-rooted industry relations. This opportunity will often involve direct interaction to the executive team and decision makers, greatly accelerating the Director’s professional development and immediately boosting their career experience.

Responsibilities

  • RFP process: Lead the Request for Proposal (RFP) process to select third-party general contractors, ensuring a competitive and comprehensive selection procedure.
  • Pre-construction and design process: Oversee the pre-construction and design process, guiding projects from schematic design through construction initiation.
  • Cost estimates for prospective projects: Monitor, generate and analyze cost estimates for prospective multifamily projects via coordination with consultants and contractors throughout the design process.
  • Qualify contractor information: Review, negotiate and thoroughly analyze underlying subcontractor bids and scopes versus information presented by general contractors during bidding and design process including proposed allowances, exceptions, qualifications, and exclusions.
  • Project schedule: Develop preliminary schedule and manage project timeline and deliverables, manage all preconstruction meetings to ensure submission will include all necessary data and documentation.
  • Value engineering: Review schedule and construction plans to identify cost savings opportunities within the contract specifications by adjusting quantities, estimate materials or alternative construction methods.
  • Contractor and consultant relationships: Leverage existing and source new contractor and consultant relationships to select the best in class for future developments.
  • Coordination with Construction team: Communicate and coordinate workload with VP of Construction.

Requirements

  • Minimum 5 years in construction management, with a focus on multifamily residential projects.
  • Bachelor’s degree in construction management, engineering, architecture, or related field.
  • General contractor background and experience is preferred.
  • Proven experience leading RFP processes and managing pre-construction phases of large-scale projects.
  • Ability to work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
  • Executive presence, communication, and leadership.
  • Expert level proficiency in constructability, design, pre-construction, industry cost standards, analysis of scopes of work and job implementation.
  • A keen eye for detail, ensuring every aspect of a project is up to company’s standard.
  • Stellar work ethic that resonates with the company’s ethos.
  • A proclivity for continuous learning and skill enhancement.
  • Resilience and adaptability, with a proven ability to thrive under pressure.
  • A relentless drive to provide unparalleled excellence.
  • Open to new information and feedback, techniques, and methods that can enhance personal and organizational growth.
  • Ability to pivot based on changing scenarios, ensuring that the company remains at the forefront of the industry.

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Development Manager

San Diego, CA

A self-capitalized and vertically integrated multi-family investment and development company is looking for a Development Manager to join their North County San Diego team and execute on their robust $1.0 billion development pipeline. The Development Manager will assist the Senior Vice President of Development and executive team, acting as a project executive and overseeing
all aspects of large scale ground up, multifamily development projects.

The Development Manager will be responsible for site due diligence and the subsequent A&E process through securing necessary construction permits. During construction, this individual works with the in-house construction support team in coordinating with the general contractor and other consultants. The candidate will have a demonstrated track record of taking projects from initial concept through planning, obtaining entitlements, budgeting, design development, construction and ultimately delivering quality projects to the market.

This is a fantastic and unique opportunity to act as a “developer within the developer” along with a group of seasoned and likeminded professionals in a collaborative, high growth environment. The company is in an entrepreneurial, hands-on family office that is in hyper growth mode with a substantial pipeline of suburban, walk up style apartment complexes located in tertiary markets throughout the western United States.

Responsibilities

  • Research, build relationships and expertise about apartment markets in targeted cities.
  • Identify, underwrite, and close on land acquisitions for multifamily development projects.
  • Prepare financial, physical, and entitlement analyses of prospective acquisitions.
  • Prepare and manage detailed project pro formas and financial models in Microsoft Excel.
  • Work with Construction team to develop and update cost estimates for project as well as incorporate costs within larger project budget.
  • Engage with city and community stakeholders to secure support for prospective projects with the assistance of management and consultants.
  • Organize, lead and obtain all necessary entitlements and permits for projects.
  • Evaluate, select, engage, coordinate and lead architects, engineers, and other consultants.
  • Manage the design process to reflect the desired vision via the architecture and
  • engineering team to meet business plan goals.
  • Participate in all owner-architect-contractor (OAC) meetings and lead coordination efforts to ensure design and construction issues are being resolved by the project team.
  • Manage, review, produce and circulate meeting minutes, submittals, RFIs, change orders field observation and other regular reporting to the project team and appropriate parties.
  • Lead review of all phases of schematic design, design development, and construction documents to ensure proper coordination of project team.
  • Work with the Construction and Legal teams to identify potential contractors, obtain bids, negotiate terms, and execute construction and consultant contracts.
  • Actively seek to identify and implement value engineering and cost saving opportunities.
  • Secure, review, and monitor construction schedules.
  • Prepare and compile information to help obtain and manage construction loans,
  • permanent loans, and other financing.
  • Manage project budgets and engage in job cost accounting and loan draw processes.
  • Ensure that insurance requirements are attained and adhered to.
  • Work with accounting staff to produce monthly budget forecast and manage any variances.
  • Perform periodic site visits to maintain contact with the construction manager and general contractor team to monitor project progress and handle issues in person.
  • Oversee and assist as necessary with company’s onsite construction manager and third party contractor to manage inspector and other pertinent regulatory agency relationships.
  • Lead and coordinate the pay application process with the company’s onsite construction manager and accounting staff.
  • Work with the company’s onsite construction manager to ensure that projects are delivered on time, on budget, and to the required quality standard.
  • Collaborate and solve project problems to enable work to proceed.
  • Identify and manage opportunities and risks to achieve the best possible impact on the project’s schedule and financial outcome.
  • Help coordinate transition from construction to residential operations and initial occupancy.
  • Prepare regular reports and project summaries on the status of the project.
  • Provide monthly project and budget updates and as warranted to company’s executives.
  • Coordinate with asset management, property management, and consultants to develop a comprehensive marketing, branding and leasing campaign with all the required materials and collateral.
  • Coordinate the opening and furnishing of the clubhouse, leasing office, and model units.
  • Manage, review, produce and circulate meeting minutes, submittals, RFIs, change orders field observation and other regular reporting to the project team and appropriate parties.
  • Lead review of all phases of schematic design, design development, and construction documents to ensure proper coordination of project team.
  • Work with the Construction and Legal teams to identify potential contractors, obtain bids, negotiate terms, and execute construction and consultant contracts.
  • Actively seek to identify and implement value engineering and cost saving opportunities.
  • Secure, review, and monitor construction schedules.
  • Prepare and compile information to help obtain and manage construction loans, permanent loans, and other financing.
  • Manage project budgets and engage in job cost accounting and loan draw processes.
  • Ensure that insurance requirements are attained and adhered to.
  • Work with accounting staff to produce monthly budget forecast and manage any variances.
  • Perform periodic site visits to maintain contact with the construction manager and general contractor team to monitor project progress and handle issues in person.
  • Oversee and assist as necessary with company’s onsite construction manager and third party contractor to manage inspector and other pertinent regulatory agency relationships.
  • Lead and coordinate the pay application process with the company’s onsite construction manager and accounting staff.
  • Work with the company’s onsite construction manager to ensure that projects are delivered on time, on budget, and to the required quality standard.
  • Collaborate and solve project problems to enable work to proceed.
  • Identify and manage opportunities and risks to achieve the best possible impact on the project’s schedule and financial outcome.
  • Help coordinate transition from construction to residential operations and initial occupancy.
  • Prepare regular reports and project summaries on the status of the project.
  • Provide monthly project and budget updates and as warranted to company’s executives.
  • Coordinate with asset management, property management, and consultants to develop a comprehensive marketing, branding and leasing campaign with all the required materials and collateral.
  • Coordinate the opening and furnishing of the clubhouse, leasing office, and model units.

Requirements

  • 5 years minimum of direct real estate development experience
  • Experience with multifamily development projects preferred
  • Bachelor’s Degree in engineering, architecture, real estate development, or business, or comparable training and experience required. MBA or Masters preferred.
  • Minimum of 5 years in multifamily ground up real estate development experience.
  • Experience in multiple aspects of the real estate development process (acquisitions, financial analysis, entitlement, design, pre-construction, construction management, marketing).
  • Strong analytical abilities – must be able to navigate a full financial model and reconcile budgets
  • Organization and attention to detail.
  • Ability to work in a dynamic, fast paced environment.
  • Executive presence, communication and leadership.
  • Master’s Degree or MBA.
  • Seven years of multifamily ground up real estate development experience.
  • Emphasis on experience in the design and construction phases.
  • Ability to work with Company leadership closely and effectively.
  • High level of energy and ability to get along with all personality types.
  • Self-sufficient and able to prioritize and delegate.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Experience using Microsoft Office and Procore.
  • Ability to travel as necessary.

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Project Manager

San Diego, CA

A reputable San Diego based general contractor that specializes in all areas of commercial tenant improvements including; retail, corporate office environments, life science facilities and building re-imaging is looking for a Project Manager to oversee multiple projects. The Project Manager will provide planning, design, communication, coordination and conflict resolution to ensure that construction project goals are met. This person oversees planning and execution of the contracted scope of work including preparation and presentation of cost proposals, preparation of subcontracts, submittal and schedule management, project budget management, and maintenance of job cost reports. The Project Manager reviews and approves designs and construction drawings, bid documents, pay applications, change orders, etc. This individual must be organized and task oriented, able to work in a fast-paced, team-oriented
environment with multiple deadlines, adapt readily to changing priorities, energetic and motivated.

Responsibilities

  • Read and interpret blueprints/drawings, specifications, proposals and related
  • documents
  • Perform quantity take-offs and estimating for self-performed and subcontracted work
  • Perform and submit schematic estimating
  • Conduct and manage project scheduling
  • Gather and analyze quotes from subcontractors and material suppliers
  • Manage subcontractors, material suppliers and change orders
  • Analyze alternative solutions and construction methods to increase efficiency
  • Prepare and manage Owner and subcontractor billings
  • Manage and process submittals and RFI’s
  • Resolve discrepancies by collecting and analyzing information

Requirements

  • 3-5 years of construction management experience/knowledge
  • College Degree in construction management or industry/business related field
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience in facilitating teams and delivering information effectively and resourcefully
  • Experience and knowledge of commercial construction estimating, means and methods, project administration, LEED certifications and an understanding of industry practices
  • Commitment to work in a collaborative team environment, and ability to work effectively with other team members
  • Capable of representing the company publicly in a professional manner
  • Excellent time management with the ability to organize, plan and solve problems creatively
  • Capable to manage/schedule multiple priorities and adhere to deadlines
  • Demonstrate an ability to deal with constantly changing priorities and job requirements
  • Exhibit accountability, sincerity and a commitment to work
  • Innate desire and internal fortitude to give your time, talents and resources in order to positively impact others and the company
  • Action Oriented, resourceful, persuader, effective communicator, collaborator, adaptability, ensures accountability, resilient, customer-service oriented

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Asset Manager

Remote

An entrepreneurial, San Diego-based affordable housing developer is looking for an Asset Manager to support their growing portfolio of developments, which include Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) affordable, naturally occurring affordable, and market rate communities along with some mixed-use retail.  Reporting to one of the Owner’s of the company, this position has significant responsibility and impact on the financial and physical performance of each community during lease-up and stabilized operations.   The Asset Manager will develop and implement an asset management strategy that maximizes NOI, maintains program compliance, allows residents to thrive, and effectively reports to lenders and investors.   Responsibilities also include assisting with operational underwriting of future developments, financial closings (especially perm loan conversion), and other project development needs.

Responsibilities

  • Leadership: AM is an effective leader of property management teams and stakeholders through clear communication, effective goal setting, accountability, and building strong relationships.
  • Financial: AM stewards the financial health of each community and overall portfolio through rigorous analysis, effective systems, and strong collaboration with property management teams.  
  • Compliance: AM effectively manages compliance requirements of Governmental Agencies, Investors, and Lenders for each community.
  • Property: AM ensures best-in-class property standards and preventative maintenance plans are implemented by property management teams.
  • Development: AM assists with general project development needs including underwriting, applications, financial closings, lease-up, placed-in-service packages, and insurance.

Requirements

  • Leadership: AM is an effective leader of property management teams and stakeholders through clear communication, effective goal setting, accountability, and building strong relationships.
  • Financial: AM stewards the financial health of each community and overall portfolio through rigorous analysis, effective systems, and strong collaboration with property management teams.  
  • Compliance: AM effectively manages compliance requirements of Governmental Agencies, Investors, and Lenders for each community.
  • Property: AM ensures best-in-class property standards and preventative maintenance plans are implemented by property management teams.
  • Development: AM assists with general project development needs including underwriting, applications, financial closings, lease-up, placed-in-service packages, and insurance.

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Controller, Construction

San Diego, CA

A West Coast-based construction services company under a developer’s umbrella that builds high quality residential and mixed-use developments, with a specialization in affordable housing is looking for a Controller for their team. They have an experienced business creating  affordable housing for a variety of communities

The Construction Controller is responsible for all construction-related accounting operations, including accurate and timely financial reporting, budgeting, and forecasting, variance analysis and treasury functions. The Controller also assists the Corporate Controller and CFO in establishing and maintaining procedures and controls as well as leading company initiatives

Responsibilities

  • Overseeing accounting operations, including establishing accounting policies and procedures to ensure all financial transactions are controlled, executed, and documented according to generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP)
  • Preparing monthly financial reports which accurately summarize and forecast company business activity and financial position
  • Creating budgets and forecasting to analyze cash flow, identify trends, and track variances to mitigate risk and enhance the company’s financial results
  • Supervising and monitoring the financial integrity of the general ledger and financial accounting and reporting systems
  • Setting up and maintaining supporting schedules for balance sheet accounts
  • Recommending distributions based on available cash and anticipated future cash requirements
  • Leading the financial statement review and assist with tax return filings including preparation of support schedules as requested by CPA firm
  • Establishing books and recording for new entities and maintain business organizational charts
  • Ensuring compliance with local, state, and federal government requirements
  • Acting as a supervisor, mentor, and instructor for accounting team members

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance and at least 8 years of progressively responsible financial leadership roles with at least 5 years in the construction industry, and at least 3 years of directly supervising construction accounting team members
  • Advanced knowledge of accounting principles and accounting functions
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook)
  • Proficiency using Sage 300 CRE, Procore and/or Textura
  • Extremely organized with ingrained ability to prioritize and multi-task in a fast-paced environment 
  • Keen attention to detail with focused adherence to strict deadlines and procedures 
  • Sound problem-solving skills with demonstrated ability to exercise sound independent judgment 
  • High level of integrity and dependability, including handling sensitive and confidential information 
  • Teamwork mindset and temperament to work effectively with a diverse group of people 
  • Effective ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing 
  • Genuine desire to work in the real estate development affordable housing industry 
  • Personal accountability and enthusiasm for achieving company goals

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Project Engineer, Construction

San Diego, CA

A reputable San Diego based general contractor that specializes in all areas of commercial tenant improvements including; retail, healthcare, senior living, and hospitality is looking for a Project Engineer to assist with multiple projects. The Project Engineer is responsible for supporting the Project Manager in the day-to-day scope, schedule, budget, cost, and risk management for their projects.  They are also responsible for controlling the flow of documents for projects.  They work closely with all members of the project team.

Responsibilities

Project Operations – Responsible for creating and managing committing documents and change orders, and supporting the Project Manager in managing all aspects of commercial construction projects

Scope

  • Lead and manage the drafting and processing of owner and subcontractor contracts
  • Assure owner and subcontractor insurance is in compliance with contracts
  • Support the Project Manager in reviewing and processing Pre-Bid RFIs
  • Support the Project Manager in buying out trades after the project is awarded

Schedule

  • Support the Project Manager in tracking and revising the master project schedule, as needed
  • Support the Superintendents in communicating with subcontractors regarding schedule expectations 

Budget

  • Create and update Job Cost Reports
  • Support the Project Manager in cost estimating, budgeting and forecasting
  • Support the Project Manager in preparing and presenting cost / budget information to the Customer / Owner

Change Management

  • Lead and manage the drafting and processing of owner and subcontractor change orders
  • Support the Project Manager in obtaining pricing information for scope changes

Jobsite

  • Attend project meetings, create agendas and take minutes, as requested
  • Support the Superintendents in their punch list and quality control efforts, as requested

Document Control – Responsible for managing the document control for assigned projects

  • Contract Documents:  Manage the distribution of plan changes to all effected trades
  • Submittals & Procurement:  Manage the scheduling, solicitation, review, tracking and distribution of submittals and shop drawings
  • RFIs:  Support the Project Manager in reviewing and drafting requests for information and maintain the RFI log
  • Close-out:  Lead the compilation of closeout packages and processing of close-out documents

Team Coordination – Responsible for contributing to the success of the project by supporting the Project Manager and Superintendents – play an important role in accomplishing company objectives  

  • Assist Project Managers and Superintendents in implementation of policies and execution of projects
  • Identify and implement process improvements
  • Support company initiatives
  • Support other team members and contribute to an overall positive employee experience

Requirements

  • A four-year college degree, or equivalent experience is preferred (construction management, engineering, or related field)
  • Must have a minimum two (2) years of commercial construction experience in a project engineering or management capacity
  • Ability to prepare detailed instructions to bidders, trade specific clarifications and comprehensive bid packages
  • Experience writing and negotiation subcontracts
  • Experience analyzing subcontractor/vendor quotes for fairness and accuracy
  • Ability to identify and resolved complex issues
  • Experience reviewing subcontractor/vendor shop drawings, product data, samples, manuals, etc. for all compliance with contract documents and coordination with all other items of work
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficient computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite, PM Software, and Scheduling software
  • A strong work ethic and a “can-do” attitude

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Director of FP&A

San Diego or Los Angeles – Remote, CA

An entrepreneurial investor focused on west coast assets is looking for a Director of Financial Planning & Analysis. This professional will lead the financial planning, budgeting, analysis, and forecasting functions for the company’s investment vehicles, various ownership structures. This role will play a key role in driving strategic decision-making and optimizing financial performance. This professional will collaborate closely with cross-functional teams, executive team members, and external stakeholders to ensure robust financial insights and accurate projections.

Responsibilities

  • Provide leadership for all aspects of the company’s operations.
  • In collaboration with co-founder and other executives, develop short-term and long-range goals and objectives along with related plans and policies, providing financial analysis to evaluate potential investments, growth opportunities, and risk mitigation strategies.
  • Oversees the organization’s financial structure, ensuring adequate and sound funding for the mission and goals of the company.
  • Reviews the financial results of all operations, comparing them with the company’s objectives and taking appropriate measures to correct unsatisfactory performance and results.
  • Define and track key performance metrics to assess business performance, identify trends, and measure progress toward strategic objectives.
  • Provide direction and oversight of the financial activities of the company.
  • Create and manage financial forecasting models to project performance, cash flows, and capital expenditures, incorporating market trends, economic indicators, and business drivers for both the assets and the fund.
  • Oversee the valuation process.
  • Provide comprehensive financial analysis, highlighting key performance indicators (KPIs), risks, and opportunities to guide decision-making and optimize resource allocation.
  • Lead the development and implementation of annual operating budgets, incorporating input from various departments and aligning financial plans with strategic goals.
  • Coordinate budget review processes, analyzing variances and trends to provide actionable insights to executive management.
  • Ensures effective work collaboration between finance and accounting departments.
  • Study long-range economic trends and projects their impact on future growth for the company.
  • Identify opportunities for expansion into new product areas.
  • Support capital markets activity with financial analysis.
  • Evaluate current portfolio and emerging opportunities to direct actions (i.e., new lines to engage, exit from existing lines, geographic location, product type, etc.).
  • Define procurement strategy

Requirements

  • 8+ years of experience in financial management, and 5+ years of experience in real estate finance.
  • Bachelor’s degree and advanced degree in business administration, finance, accounting, or law is desirable.
  • Advanced computer skills, including proficiency with MS Office Suite, Teams, and video conferencing tools (e.g. Zoom).
  • Advanced Excel skills: data manipulation, presentation, financial functions, pivot tables, etc.
  • MRI or similar accounting system and Argus are required.
  • Possess a self-motivated, analytical, inquisitive, passionate, and humble mindset.
  • Solid emotional intelligence which includes effective interpersonal skills, self-awareness, self-control, social perception, and social management.
  • Excellent managerial and financial skills.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, with the ability to communicate complex financial information in a clear and concise manner.
  • Solid understanding of real estate financial metrics, valuation methods, and capital markets.
  • Efficiency in financial modeling, forecasting techniques, and data analysis tools.
  • Detail-oriented with a strategic mindset and the ability to think critically and analytically.

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Associate Director, Property Management

San Diego, CA

  • monthly, annual, and/or quarterly projects, inspections and repairs, ensuring on time completion and within budget. Coordination with client companies in an effort to reduce any disruption to operations.
  • Oversee, manage and/or perform other property management functions required of the position and assigned project(s).
  • Review Leases and Amendments, preparation and submittal of Lease Abstracts into Yardi and/or any other accounting systems. Preparation and review of operating matrix with client company and internal stakeholders as needed.
  • Create a culture providing guidance for new client companies with vendor recommendations if needed, new client company orientations, safety trainings and other educational forums that are beneficial to client companies.
  • Work with Legal as needed on client company requests as needed or for items not clearly defined in Lease.
  • Immediate response to liability and/or major property issues and reporting to Risk Management.

Financial Reporting:

  • Preparation of annual property operating budgets, monthly financial statements, quarterly budget reforecasts, accruals, variance reporting, CAM reconciliations and billings; ability to present to internal stakeholders and partners.
  • Timely collection of monthly rents in accordance with Lease terms, resolution of outstanding A/R issues including direct billbacks.
  • Routine processing of accounts payable.
  • Reconciliation of financial statements and ledgers.

Client Company/Life Science Community Relations:

  • Onboarding of new client companies, process to include interfacing with client companies’ lab operations managers and key personnel.
  • Prompt response to client company requests and/or questions.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with client company management and facility representatives.
  • Implement “client company touch” programs and review amenities to keep refreshed with current, and market-driven services.
  • Understand each client company’s needs to provide flexibility/expansion/relocation needs within portfolio as well as business needs to leverage our platform to solve their real estate challenges where appropriate.
  • Manage client company move-outs with review of lease language, particularly restoration clauses, review of Surrender Plans, coordination with client company and consultants to ensure decontamination of suites has been handled appropriately and all agency documents filed.
  • Participate in industry events to maintain and expand Breakthrough’s presence in the life science and technology communities.

Property Operations/Client Company Improvement Support:

  • Participate in property operations set-up to include, but not limited to, back-of-house operations, major building equipment commissioning and operations.
  • Support client company improvement projects to include, but not limited to, work letter administration, client company plan review, architect and contractor engagement and management, budget and improvement allowance monitoring and management, and project close-out while ensuring on time completion and within budget.
  • As directed by the Company’s senior management, support client company buildouts, mechanical and other major building system upgrades, including capital project oversight and implementation.

Facilities Services:

  • Develop and maintain strong vendor relationships partnering with engineering teams, coordination of contracting of ongoing maintenance, repairs and capital projects, ensuring completion on time and within budget.
  • Provide recommendations for capital improvements and operational considerations with an emphasis on corporate sustainability.
  • Ensuring timely and clear communication with client companies on any scheduled and emergency maintenance and repairs.
  • Coordination with client companies and their contractors for any TI and/or capital projects minimizing disruptions or loss of essential services to other client companies or amenities.
  • Emergency Response: Provide oversight to asset management and engineering teams in emergency situations such as floods, spills and leaks requiring immediate restoration, mold analysis and remediation.
  • Develop (with third party vendors as necessary) standard operating procedures and programs ranging in protocols for laboratory safety, laboratory operational permits, hazardous waste disposal, maintenance of accurate and up-to-date records on all training, permits and incidents. Maintain all site signage related to safety and standards for the site. Ensure Control Area compliance is being met.
  • Ensuring City and Agency required forms and renewals are completed on time.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Minimum 10 years of proven success in the asset/property management industry with direct practical experience setting up operations, operating and managing sophisticated life science or commercial facilities.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or greater preferred. Real Estate License preferred.
  • CCIM, CPM, RPA, LEED or equivalent industry designation(s) preferred.
  • Strong organizational, communication and financial skills are required.
  • Successful track record of leading and managing others.
  • Strong technical knowledge of building operations required.
  • Experience in all phases of property operations, inclusive of asset and property management functions, legal and risk management.
  • Knowledge of key liability and legal issues in property management.
  • Experience with complex, highly technical commercial building system applications.
  • Experience with client company improvement projects.
  • Self-directed and motivated individual capable of managing both large and small project teams
  • Ability to resolve complex issues in a timely manner while prioritizing and handling multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Passion for working with people, creating amazing experiences and leading with a hospitality mindset.
  • Takes initiative and is a proactive and decisive leader always focused on continuous improvement.
  • Computer proficient skills with strong knowledge in spreadsheet preparation and working experience with all Microsoft Office Products, including but not limited to Excel, Word, Outlook, Angus, Yardi, and with skills to learn proprietary software systems utilized by the Company.

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