Development Associate

City Ventures
Irvine, CA
United States
Professional Areas: 
Budgeting and Operations
Civil Engineering
Community Development
Community Engagement
Economic Development
Land-Use Management
Planning Law
Real Estate Development
Regional Planning
Urban Design
Experience Level: 
Entry Level
AICP Certification: 
Not required

About City Ventures:

City Ventures is a fully-integrated and well-capitalized residential and mixed-use developer and homebuilder focused on creating, entitling, developing, and building high quality residential and mixed-use communities in California’s urban infill and suburban markets. Our team is uniquely qualified with extensive relationships and a track record in land acquisition, entitlements, land development, and homebuilding. City Ventures works closely with municipal governments and private land sellers to provide housing solutions in supply constrained markets and is committed to improving the greater community by not only providing high-quality infill development, but by also ensuring that our projects are sustainable and improve the fabric of the overall community.

Key Qualifications:

  • Degree in business, urban planning, or real estate is preferred
  • Strong analytical skills and able to multi-task in a constantly changing environment
  • Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
  • High energy, passion, and resourcefulness are key attributes

Position Description:

City Ventures is currently seeking a full-time Development Associate to help the Vice President of Development secure entitlements and permits for development sites across Southern California.  A Development Associate is expected to perform land use research, financial analysis and project management coordination including: researching entitlements and government fees, preparing and submitting project applications, pulling permits, collecting market comps, coordinating professional consultants, and managing internal processes. Additionally, a Development Associate is expected to coordinate due diligence activities including land planning, environmental review, title research and other duties as assigned.  The position is based in our Irvine office; however, a significant amount of time will be spent driving throughout Southern California for meetings and site visits.  

Published on:
April 6, 2018 - 5:31pm
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