Job ID: 2021-12548 Type: Full-Time # of Openings: 1 Category: Facilities Management and Physical Plant
Reporting to the Director of Real Estate Services within the Facilities Organization, the Project Manager, Real Estate will play a critical role within Real Estate Services in the administration and development of the University real estate activities. As Princeton embarks on its Capital Plan II, the Real Estate Services department will manage all of the real estate holdings of Princeton University.
Real Estate Management
Perform a broad array of real estate related duties and assignments in the daily oversight and management of a large-scale, mixed-use, institution-owned real estate portfolio
Manage multiple concurrent real estate projects including estimating, bidding implementation, progress monitoring, and maintaining accurate project schedules
Manage specific real estate related responsibilities with strict attention to detail and follow through involving real estate development projects, leases, contracts, property/space/asset management components, with a comprehensive set of legal documents and land use approvals
Assist in the preparation of annual budgets and develop project specific financial reports
Ability to both prepare and meaningfully analyze complex real estate related proformas and other financial modeling sheets that quantitatively inform and drive the decision-making process.
Work to achieve consensus with project stakeholders and maintain positive working relationships with University staff, third party vendors, clients, local municipalities, and industry professionals including attending necessary municipal meetings and real estate industry events
Partner with the Real Estate Services team to represent a cohesive team in all real estate transactions
Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field such as engineering, architecture, real estate, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
A minimum of 5 years of experience in real estate project management
Familiarity with real estate finance, contract law, financial structuring & reporting, real estate partnerships and joint ventures.
Must have experience and a well-developed maturity in decision-making processes and managing diverse teams with competing needs or requirements.
Excellent oral and written communication skills as well as the ability to develop and maintain effective customer relationships within a team approach to project management.
Ability to manage multiple complex projects with varying scope and multiple stages of completion.
Must possess assertive and collaborative skills capable of maintaining momentum of the project and driving it to successful conclusion in a politically sensitive manner.
Effective organizational, prioritization and multi-tasking skills.
Master’s degree in real estate, business, or related field.
Previous experience working in the higher education environment or real estate development.
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