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Tenant Services Project Manager – Fort Worth, TX

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Title: Tenant Services Project Manager – Fort Worth, TX

Compensation: Based on Experience and Qualifications

Reports to: Senior Project Manager

Overview:

Ideal candidate would possess a background in retail shell, tenant project management and development coordination with the ability to oversee the tenant finish-out process from lease negotiation through tenant opening and punch list. Candidate should demonstrate a high-level understanding of retail shopping center development and operating environment, as well as the technical details of tenant construction work letters and the process of tenant interior design and construction. Candidate will oversee construction process from start to finish and should possess strong organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple projects. Candidate should demonstrate a high level of integrity and reliability and a strong work ethic. Travel to projects is required.

Specific Areas of Responsibility:

  • Communicate with the Leasing Team and Property Management team in all areas that effect their projects/property.
  • Review letters of intent (LOI) and leases for delivery terms, signage requirements and construction responsibilities. Provide timely feedback to Leasing, Asset Management, Property Manager and Ownership.
  • Obtain budgetary pricing for tenant work that would be considered above Landlord’s standard delivery terms when
  • Inspect building shells/lease spaces to ensure that all the Landlord’s requirements for delivery are or will be completed by the intended delivery
  • Scope, bid, contract and oversee work to be performed by Landlord above the standard delivery terms and ensure the work is executed in a timely fashion after lease
  • Establish an understanding of the project schedule and work with tenants to ensure they are ready to commence construction at the time of building turnover and that their timeframes track with the anticipated grand opening
  • Oversee the disbursement of building information, criteria and construction plan packages to tenants including collecting and updating the
  • Review, track and approve tenant plans and signage
  • Ensure the required criteria are met prior to a tenant commencing construction i.e. plan approvals, permits, contractor insurance, remittance of damage deposit,
  • Issue delivery letters and other required notices per the terms of the
  • Monitor tenant construction at specific milestones to ensure tenant meets their schedule/design intent and to ensure that interface with the Landlord’s building systems is executed
  • Organize preconstruction meetings with Property Management, the tenant and the tenant’s general contractor team after lease
  • Track receipt of notice of intent and lien filings insuring they are properly released prior to the disbursement of Tenant Improvement allowance
  • Receive, review and process Tenant Improvement allowance paperwork per the lease
  • Attend property meetings, including but not limited to Leasing and Ownership
  • Assist properties as needed with Cap Ex projects or construction questions related to cap
  • Work with Leasing Team/Property Management to create temporary spaces for short term or pop- up
  • Build and maintain relationship with property Ownership to create an open communication throughout all design and construction
  • Update Tenant Design Criteria, as needed, to meet the new design
  • Maintain budgets for all projects and track all commitments. Process invoices, department fees as agreements
  • Coordinate with property attorney on any legal matters that might arise (default of LL contractor, delay in tenant timing, product warranty failure, )
  • Coordinate with local government agencies on getting approvals of façade and center signage changes that are a change to the approved design. This would include attending Design Review Committees or permitting
  • Coordinate with consultants on information that will be required by the City for approvals e. water letters, parking counts, etc.
  • Travel and meet on-site, as needed with Leasing Team, Ownership, and prospective
  • Attend regular training sessions for continuous

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree with preference given to either Engineering, Architecture, Construction Management, Design or Construction Science Business
  • Three (3) years or more of tenant coordination experience with a developer, project management firm or
  • Experience reading construction plans is
  • Familiarity with general building and ADA
  • Ability to work under pressure and coordinate numerous
  • Strong interpersonal, oral and written communications skills
  • Candidate must be enthusiastic, creative, flexible and a have strong technical
  • Knowledge and experience with AutoCAD (Preferred), Procore (Preferred), Bluebeam or similar editing

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Multifamily Project Lead / Development Manager - Fort Worth, TX

Title: Multifamily Project Lead / Development Manager

Compensation: Based on Experience and Qualifications

Reports to: Multifamily Partner

Overview

The Project Lead/Development Manager will hold a key position in the company.  This individual will be responsible for managing multiple projects in our multifamily/mixed-use development pipeline; from initial pursuit to the disposition of the assets for Trademark, with oversight by our Multifamily Partner.  The person chosen will enjoy a significant amount of autonomy and be expected to live up to high personal and professional standards.  The candidate should understand the financial aspects of the development process and learn the Trademark methodology.

Essential duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

Strategic Development & Innovation:

  • Pursue, contribute, and present viable development opportunities to the Multifamily Partner.
  • Ensure that the development checklist and process is followed.
  • Managing each development through its various approval stages; working closely with all consultants, construction, and property management throughout this process.
  • Establish and maintain community, political, and vendor relationships.
  • Writing/presenting reports to internal committees, investors, lenders, and partners.
  • Management of the entitlement process (permitting, zoning, etc.), including responsibility for obtaining all permits necessary to start a project on time.
  • Interface with marketing, contractors, consultants, City/County officials and other governmental entities, economic development, as well as customers and brokers.
  • Coordinate preliminary design based on desired projects.
  • Conduct design review meetings with all design consultants.
  • Establish and manage the multifamily schedule.
  • Conduct due diligence in the form of data gathering and interpreting market information.
  • Analyze and recommend value engineering opportunities.
  • Finalize site and building design and pricing/sub-bids.
  • Refine development budgets, schedules, and market assumptions for the financial modeling.
  • Site planning for yield analysis.
  • Review and approve monthly invoices from consultants and vendors.
  • Coordinate with marketing to manage corporate public strategy.
  • Assist in obtaining tax abatements and other available incentives.
  • Negotiate easements and other on and off-site issues.

Financing:

  • Underwrite development opportunities.
  • Coordinate recertification of surveys, geotechnical report, and environmental reports, as required. Develop relationship with Lender inspector.
  • Track and complete post-closing issues as require.
  • Build and maintain project proformas with a minimum of monthly updates to project assumptions, strategies, and both actual and re-forecast spend.

 

Construction:

  • Management of the Construction process, start to finish.
  • Finalize pricing/ bids into the schedule of values as the basis for contract amount.
  • Review and finalize the construction contract.
  • Attend weekly job meetings and monitor job progress.
  • Maintain City relationship through construction process.
  • Facilitate owner decisions promptly.
  • Negotiate utility connections, relocations, and costs.
  • Review and approve sub-contractor buy-out recommendations.
  • Review and process monthly draw, reforecast, and contractor pay applications.
  • Update the Development Cost Summary monthly.
  • Conduct post-construction lesson learned discussion.
  • Produce monthly variance and cost reports, approve updates and then ensure they are loaded into the system.
  • Oversee project handover – collaborate closely with Asset Management and Property Management to ensure a smooth and seamless transition of the project to an operating occupied asset including development of a detailed commissioning plan and responsibility matrix.
  • Walk the construction site on a regular basis, attend Owner-Architect-Contractor (OAC) meetings, oversee clarifications and change orders from the jobsite in conjunction with the Multifamily Partner.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required; specifically, in Construction Management, Finance, Engineering, Real Estate Development, or a related design/planning field with appropriate experience. MBA or equivalent experience preferred.
  • New project entitlement leadership, including direct coordination with municipal and community stakeholders.
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in the development of multifamily projects.
  • Travel to development projects is required.
  • This individual should be familiar with all phases of the entitlement, development, construction, and lease-up processes and have an in-depth, working knowledge of the financial analysis side of the real estate business.
  • Versatility; a willingness to do what is required for the success of the project.
  • Characterized as self-starter, detail-oriented, organized, and disciplined.

At Trademark, we recognize that our strength is directly linked to the quality and skills of our diverse associates. We approach our business as learners and not knowers, and we equip our employees with the tools and training needed to succeed professionally. Trademark provides a highly collaborative work environment that encourages interaction and learning across teams and senior leadership.

Trademark Property Co is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetics, disability, marital status, age, veteran status, domestic partner status, medical condition or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Multifamily Analyst - Fort Worth, TX

Title: Multifamily Analyst

Compensation: Based on Experience and Qualifications

Reports to: Multifamily Partner or Project Lead

Overview

Ideal candidate possesses proficient Excel skills and a desire to develop within the real estate industry.  This individual will be working on multiple projects in our multifamily/mixed-use development pipeline; from initial pursuit to the disposition of the assets for Trademark, with oversight by our development team.  The person chosen will enjoy a significant amount of autonomy and be expected to live up to high personal and professional standards.  The candidate should understand the financial aspects of the development process and learn the Trademark methodology.

Essential duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

Strategic Development & Finance:

  • Efficiently and effectively underwrite multifamily and mixed-use development deals.
  • Analyze between different options of development and makes recommendations to the development team.
  • Knowledgeable on data and trends.
  • Prepare and modify real estate project budgets, quarterly budget reforecasts, cash flow analysis, and pro-formas.
  • Writes/presenting reports to internal committees, investors, lenders, and partners.
  • Coordinate preliminary design based on desired projects.
  • Conduct design review meetings with all design consultants.
  • Establish and manage the multifamily schedule.
  • Conduct due diligence in the form of data gathering and interpreting market information.
  • Analyze and recommend value engineering opportunities.
  • Finalize site and building design and pricing/sub-bids.
  • Refine development budgets, schedules, and market assumptions for the financial modeling.
  • Site planning for yield analysis.
  • Assist in obtaining tax abatements and other available incentives.
  • Assist in debt and equity financing
  • Update monthly executive asset review materials (NOI vs budget, sales, traffic, collections, etc.)
  • Underwrite development opportunities.
  • Track and complete post-closing issues as require.
  • Build and maintain project proformas with a minimum of monthly updates to project assumptions, strategies, and both actual and re-forecast spend.

Construction:

  • Analyze pricing/ bids into the schedule of values as the basis for contract amount.
  • Attend weekly job meetings and monitor job progress.
  • Analyze and process monthly draw, reforecast, and contractor pay applications.
  • Attend post-construction lesson learned discussion.
  • Produce monthly variance and cost reports, approve updates and then ensure they are loaded into the system.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree Finance or Business, MBA or equivalent experience preferred.
  • New project entitlement leadership, including direct coordination with municipal and community stakeholders.
  • Travel to development projects is required.
  • Versatility; a willingness to do what is required for the success of the project.
  • Characterized as self-starter, detail-oriented, organized, and disciplined.
  • Strong interpersonal, oral and written communications skills required.

At Trademark, we recognize that our strength is directly linked to the quality and skills of our diverse associates. We approach our business as learners and not knowers, and we equip our employees with the tools and training needed to succeed professionally. Trademark provides a highly collaborative work environment that encourages interaction and learning across teams and senior leadership.

Trademark Property Co is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetics, disability, marital status, age, veteran status, domestic partner status, medical condition or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Multifamily Development Associate - Fort Worth, TX

Title: Multifamily Development Associate

Compensation: Based on Experience and Qualifications

Reports to: Multifamily Partner

Overview

The Development Associate will hold a key position in the company.  This individual will be responsible for assisting and managing components of projects in our multifamily/mixed-use development pipeline; from initial pursuit to the disposition of the assets for Trademark, with oversight by our development team.  The person chosen will enjoy a significant amount of autonomy and be expected to live up to high personal and professional standards.  The candidate should understand the financial aspects of the development process and learn the Trademark methodology.

Essential duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

Strategic Development & Innovation:

  • Work with the development team and ensure that the development checklist and processes are followed.
  • Performs a variety of organizational tasks, including but not limited to, preparation and distribution of correspondence, calendar and scheduling, and meeting coordination.
  • Assist and manage each development through its various approval stages; working closely with all consultants, construction, and property management throughout this process.
  • Establish and maintain community, political, and vendor relationships.
  • Work with the development team to write reports to internal committees, investors, lenders, and partners.
  • Management of the entitlement process (permitting, zoning, etc.), including responsibility for obtaining permits necessary to start a project on time.
  • Interface with marketing, contractors, consultants, City/County officials and other governmental entities.
  • Conduct design review meetings with all design consultants.
  • Manage the multifamily schedule.
  • Conduct due diligence in the form of data gathering and interpreting market information.
  • Analyze and recommend value engineering opportunities.
  • Finalize site and building design and pricing/sub-bids.
  • Refine development budgets, schedules, and market assumptions for the financial modeling.
  • Site planning for yield analysis.
  • Review and approve monthly invoices from consultants and vendors.
  • Assist in obtaining tax abatements and other available incentives.
  • Negotiate easements and other on and off-site issues.

Financing:

  • Underwrite development opportunities.
  • Assist and coordinate recertification of surveys, geotechnical report, and environmental reports, as required. Develop relationship with Lender inspector.
  • Track and complete post-closing issues as require.
  • Work with the development team to maintain project proformas with a minimum of monthly updates to project assumptions, strategies, and both actual and re-forecast spend.

Construction:

  • Assist in the Construction process, start to finish.
  • Finalize pricing/ bids into the schedule of values as the basis for contract amount.
  • Attend weekly job meetings and monitor job progress.
  • Maintain City relationship through construction process.
  • Assist and facilitate owner decisions promptly.
  • Negotiate utility connections, relocations, and costs.
  • Review and approve sub-contractor buy-out recommendations.
  • Review and process monthly draw, reforecast, and contractor pay applications.
  • Update the Development Cost Summary monthly.
  • Conduct post-construction lesson learned discussion.
  • Produce monthly variance and cost reports, approve updates and then ensure they are loaded into the system.
  • Assist in the project handover – collaborate closely with Asset Management and Property Management to ensure a smooth and seamless transition of the project to an operating occupied asset including development of a detailed commissioning plan and responsibility matrix.
  • Walk the construction site on a regular basis, attend Owner-Architect-Contractor (OAC) meetings, assist in clarifications and change orders from the jobsite in conjunction with the Multifamily Partner.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required; specifically, in Construction Management, Finance, Engineering, Real Estate Development, or a related design/planning field with appropriate experience. MBA or equivalent experience preferred.
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in the development of multifamily/mixed-use projects.
  • Travel to development projects is required.
  • This individual should be familiar with development, construction, and lease-up processes, and a working knowledge of the financial analysis side of the real estate business.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to collect, manage, and analyze information.
  • Versatility; a willingness to do what is required for the success of the project.
  • Characterized as self-starter, detail-oriented, organized, and disciplined.

At Trademark, we recognize that our strength is directly linked to the quality and skills of our diverse associates. We approach our business as learners and not knowers, and we equip our employees with the tools and training needed to succeed professionally. Trademark provides a highly collaborative work environment that encourages interaction and learning across teams and senior leadership.

Trademark Property Co is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetics, disability, marital status, age, veteran status, domestic partner status, medical condition or any other characteristic protected by law.

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