Director Of Land Development
Company: Landeavor, LLC
Posted on: November 11, 2019
The Director of Land Development will be responsible for overseeing
the development process for residential real estate projects,
including, budgeting, planning, value engineering, design, bidding,
contract negotiations, and project timelines.
-- Entitlements, land planning, design, budgeting, value
engineering, bidding contract negotiations, construction management
and infrastructure turnover for Landeavor communities.
-- Assistance with land acquisition process and due diligence with
specific emphasis on land issues (cost projections, development
-- Deliver on the Company's financial objectives and establish and
manage budgets relating to entitlement and development activities
on a project by project basis, including identification of
potential cost reductions and creation of uniform systems.
-- Coordination and oversight of outside consultants, including,
engineers, architects, land planners, contractors, construction
companies, and governmental entities.
-- Supervision of a team of field superintendents at various
-- Responsible for ensuring that the standards and quality levels
are consistent with market demands and the company's image.
-- Responsible for monitoring development reviews and participating
in on-site inspections.
-- Responsible for ensuring that land development activities and
operations are carried out in compliance with local, state, and
federal regulations and laws governing business operations.
-- Responsible for maintaining appropriate business, community, and
government relations to support real estate development plans,
including serving as a Landeavor representative on Community
Development District Boards.
Landeavor has regional offices located in Atlanta, GA, Tampa, FL,
Charlotte, NC, and Raleigh, NC. This position will be based out of
Charlotte or Raleigh, NC.
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