Vice President of Land Development
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The Central Valley Division of Century Communities is in search of a Vice President of Land Development. The Vice President of Land Development is responsible for supervising all land development field activities for assigned communities from pre-construction meetings to bond release.
Essential Job Duties:
- Ensure projects meet governmental requirements and individual site plans and specifications
- Monitor land development schedules on assigned communities
- Ensure completion of land development improvements for bond reductions and release
- Maintain land development budgets
- Complete all other duties as assigned.
- Coordinate the hiring and daily management of Sub contractors for land development
- Prepare land development budgets for project in entitlement process for management approval
- Coordinate preparation of Land Development budgets and projects and schedules
- Coordinate all consultant interaction and work directly with various approval agencies including City and County Planning/Engineering/Zoning/ XCEL/HOA Departments related to all entitlement processes and other issues that arise.
- Negotiate purchase price and terms
- Review amended contracts
- Manage the surety process for all projects
Education / Experience:
- Four-year degree in Business or Urban Planning, or equivalent work experience.
- Minimum of 5 years’ experience in residential construction, Single or Multi-Family Land Acquisitions
- Experience in Land Acquisitions, Planning and Development
- Knowledge of the California Land Market
- Ability to plan, organize, manage and supervise activities of direct reports
- Knowledge of MS Office
- Organizational Skills
- Self- Starter
- Strong Communication Skills (written and verbal)
- Attention to Detail