• Registered Professional Planner considered an asset
• Post-secondary education from an accredited planning program preferred
Since 2002, our client has designed and developed urban mid- and high-rise residential buildings in some of Toronto’s most beloved neighbourhoods. They produce these buildings in both the east and west ends of Toronto’s downtown neighbourhoods and are designed to reflect everything that makes a downtown urban lifestyle so appealing. For over a decade, their work in both the east and west ends of Toronto have gained recognition from numerous industry organizations such as the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) and Toronto Urban Design Awards (TUDA).
They are seeking an experienced Development Manager with a h2 understanding of the full lifecycle development process to take the lead on multiple projects simultaneously.
• Planning research for new land acquisitions
• Be responsible for development approvals and site plan approvals
• Rezoning/minor variance applications design development
• Draft plan approvals and project budgeting
• Liaise and negotiate with municipalities to ensure the best possible outcomes for a variety of projects
• Report back to internal and external investors and the company’s Senior Management team on all aspects of the proposed developments and projects
• Experience managing various projects in all aspects of high-rise residential condominiums and mixed-use developments
• Experience having directly overseen a minimum of 1 High-Rise Residential Development Project in the GTA from start to finish
• Good understanding of Ontario development and planning approval processes for High-Rise Residential projects
• A background and formal studies in Finance, Architecture, Planning or Development
• The ability to read and interpret various land-use, surveyor, engineering and architectural drawings
• Working knowledge of development approval process including Zoning By-Law Amendments, Official Plan Amendments, Site Plan Control, Plans of Condominium and Plans of Subdivision