Manager, Transit Oriented Development
$2,117 - $3,176 per week ($110,089 to $165,134 estimated annual)
This position closes on Friday, November 2, 2018.
The San Mateo County Transit District is the administrative body for public transit and transportation programs in San Mateo County, California: SamTrans bus service, Redi-Wheels paratransit service, Caltrain commuter rail service and the managing agency for the San Mateo County Transportation Authority. The District transports approximately 32 million customers a year and is one of the nation’s top transit agencies. We look forward to continuing our leading role in meeting the transportation challenges of the future.
The San Mateo County Transit District seeks a Manager, Transit Oriented Development to be responsible for implementing all real estate activities necessary to support Transit Oriented Development (TOD) projects, as well as overseeing the management of agency owned property for the San Mateo County Transit District (SamTrans), the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board (Caltrain), and the San Mateo Transportation Authority (TA).
The Manager, Transit Oriented Development will manage TOD programs on agency-owned real estate, develop, plan, negotiate and implement the TOD and Joint Development Project programs, develop and maintain the TOD program and policies, oversee development business plans and financial forecasts of potential and proposed real estate projects. Will serve as subject matter expert on federal, state, and regional statutes, proposed legislation and regulations pertaining to TOD, and serve as a liaison with internal and external stakeholders on all TOD matters. Will manage the agency’s lease portfolios, oversee property management, administration of property portfolios and the processing of leases, licenses, and permits, oversee the daily functions, operations, and real estate activities in support of the TOD and the Joint Development Project programs, and lead negotiations for long term land leases and other disposition agreements for TOD and joint development projects.
The incumbent will also work with internal planning staff to identify properties that are available for development and lease, as well as oversee the solicitation and selection of developers for the development of properties. She or he will bdevelop and maintain the TOD program and policies, develop and maintain working relationships with internal and external stakeholders to support development opportunities; resolve issues; and develop consensus on project and schedule, work with Grants, Finance, and other departments to identify and secure funding sources to support TOD projects, oversee legal efforts in support of TOD negotiations, monitor development activities and ensure compliance with developer leases and other agreements, oversee consultant and subordinate staff activities to ensure work is conducted and completed in accordance with contractual obligations and agency and industry standards, prepare staff reports and presentations for meetings of the boards of directors, represent the Real Estate Department at intergovernmental and private sector meetings, work closely with community members, neighborhood councils, businesses, property owners, neighborhood groups, and various public/private organizations to address concerns and confer with internal stakeholders on property development and property management issues, plus advise on critical path activities which may conflict with project delivery schedule or present a potential threat or risk to assets.
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Real Estate, Business Administration, Public Administration, Planning, Finance, Economics, Statistics or a related field with five years of full-time progressively responsible real estate development and TOD planning experience, plus three years of experience in a supervisory role. Must have effective oral, written, and presentation skills. Experience with project management is desired. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
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The San Mateo County Transit District (SamTrans) is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
5+ to 7 years
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