Supervise, coordinate and manage all operation and department permit activity for the division. Duties include applying for and obtaining permits with the respective municipalities, compiling, updating and maintaining reports.
Request and obtain plot plan documents from engineers and architects to facilitate the permit application process.
Obtain all required approvals for permits and acts as liaison between the company and each municipality.
Prepare and submit applications to various master plan review committees, government agencies/boards having jurisdiction over required permits and/or approvals.
Review start packages for accuracy.
Prepare check requests and process invoice payment documentation in coordination with the accounting department.
Coordinate paperwork and applications with outside consultants as necessary.
Submit, distribute and file paperwork and enter data for various permits such as building, design review, standard plan, plan changes, and amendment permits.
Work closely with the municipalities on the status of permits and ensure they are processed in a timely manner.
Produce and maintain schedules for all communities and coordinate with municipalities from approval to final stages of permitting process.
Prepare and maintain settlement tracking and production status reports.
Schedule, attend and coordinate meetings, appointments, etc., with architects, engineers, city officials and various Lennar departments.
Prepare start packages, plans, specifications or documentation for Construction Managers for new communities.
Monitor and create reports, correspondence and narratives utilizing spreadsheets and word documents.
Obtain inspections & review approvals needed for community start-up.
Obtain all plot plans and distribute to Area Managers for final approval.
Review all start requests with lot listings and communicate as needed.
Order welcome home complex (WHC) and office plans including HVAC plans for WHC and submit for city approval.
Coordinate with necessary departments for design review submittals to all of the municipalities and HOA’s for new communities.
Perform all other duties as required.
EDUCATION AND ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
Three (3) years minimum in supervisory capacity
High school diploma or GED required
Experience with single/multi-family and amenity permitting
Technical construction project management experience preferred
Must be able to read blue prints and plot plans
Strong problem solving skills; Detail-oriented team player; comfortable working in a fast paced environment with heavy volume
Ability to meet reporting deadlines
Ability to self start and achieve objectives with minimal supervision
Ability to communicate effectively and concisely both verbally and in writing
Advanced Microsoft Office, particularly with spreadsheet software
Valid Driver’s License with good driving record
Follow directions from a supervisor
Interact well with co-workers
Understand and follow posted work rules and procedures
Accept constructive feedback
Must be able to operate a motor vehicle. Must be able to bend, stoop, reach, lift, walk, move and/or carry equipment in excess of 30 pounds. Must have finger dexterity to operate computer keyboard and calculator.
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