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Priority will be given to candidates that apply on or before July 1, 2021.
UC San Diego Real Estate seeks to recruit and retain the best and the brightest and to create a challenging and dynamic environment where we learn, grow and have a significant impact on the future transformation of one of the country's top public universities. We recognize the strength in upholding a vibrant and diverse workplace culture and strive to enable our employees, who are our greatest asset, to reach their fullest potential.
UC San Diego believes in investing in our talent, and we dedicate ourselves every day to cultivating a positive, team-oriented environment where every voice is heard. We encourage our employees to boldly take on new challenges, constantly surpass the status quo and demonstrate a strong entrepreneurial spirit.
Real Estate (RE) provides real estate services for the UC San Diego campus multi-million dollar portfolio of University owned and leased property, public/private partnerships, property acquisition and disposition, and off-campus leasing. RE is a comprehensive real estate organization whose objectives are to complete real estate transactions on time, within budget, and to the satisfaction of its clients and as a fiduciary for The Regents. The office comprises functional units that include off-campus leasing, licenses, fiscal management and administrative services, and asset management.
This position represents the Campus under the direction of the Executive Director to provide real estate services, analyses, and negotiations in commercial real estate transactions to implement Campus objectives.
Reporting to the Director, Real Property Acquisitions and Public-Private Partnerships, applies professional knowledge or expertise in one or more specialty areas of real estate and serves as lead person on one or more program(s) within multiple disciplines including real property acquisitions, public-private partnership development projects, ground leases, financing and financial analysis, due diligence, title, survey, escrow coordination and appraisals. Exhibits a thorough understanding of the real estate development and operations process including site assessment, planning and design, financing, scheduling, cost estimating, financial proformas, construction, tenant improvements, leasing, and operations.
Demonstrates solid and experience-based judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions that consider the best interests of the University.
Experienced professional who applies needed analysis in support of real estate transactions and decision-making efforts in their specialty area. Prepares financial analyses to evaluate decisions. Completes any required financial forecasts, budget analyses, project schedules and reports of activities related to assigned Real Estate projects.
Coordinates and reviews financial and analytical studies for due diligence efforts for targeted property acquisitions and public-private partnership transactions. This position also represents the Real Estate department on matters relating to the University's Right of Way/Regional Transportation and other infrastructure projects including coordination with other public agencies. Such projects may require incumbent to negotiate and prepare license and access agreements.
Performs a critical role in real property acquisitions including the coordination of property due diligence, performing title and survey reviews, and negotiation, validation and preparation of purchase and sales agreements.Requires a professional with exposure to a variety of real property legal agreements including license agreements, lease agreements, easements, purchase and sale agreements, ground lease agreements, and related documents.
Graduation from college with a major in business administration, economics, statistics, political science, educational administration, or an allied field, and six (6) years of experience in administrative analysis or operations research; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Professional experience in commercial real estate practices and easement development.
Proven knowledge and understanding of appraisal methods including eminent domain appraisal methods, real estate law including eminent doma
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