Major Responsibilities :
Provides strategic, business and project planning, and policy development for the City of Toronto's real estate holdings.
A particular focus is contributing to the development of portfolio strategies for City properties.
Compiles information on City properties from various sources for purposes of planning and analysis
Liaises with Real Estate Services staff, other Divisions, consultants, government agencies, and third parties when reviewing sites
Performs site visits, site analysis and detailed planning reviews
Develops highest and best use recommendations for properties and projects
Contributes to the business unit's policy development work related to the City's land holdings
Requisitions necessary resources, materials and services to complete projects. Drafts reports and prepares presentation materials, including for Committees, as required
Attends meetings with internal committees, ABCDs and the community to consult on and represent Real Estate Services properties and planning and development projects.
Prepares RFP or RFQ documents when required, responds to bidder inquiries, and answers questions related to projects
Requisitions necessary resources, materials and services to complete projects
Prepares and monitors schedules on progress of all assigned projects; and
Responds to inquiries, requests and problems from other City divisions, and third parties as required
Key Qualifications :
Your application must describe your qualifications as they relate to :
Experience evaluating real estate assets using market data, mapping tools, title information and building data; examining Zoning and Official Plan information to determine impact on facility plans and asset values.
Experience developing financial models in support of revitalization projects for real estate assets; ability to conduct and review of business cases for real estate developments and portfolio optimization studies.
Experience coordinating with staff in planning, construction management, property management and external resources; ability to read and understand architectural drawings and to understand the diverse real estate needs of multiple business units.
Experience working on project teams and coordinating work programming / scheduling to ensure successful project implementation.
Post-secondary education and / or equivalent experience in urban planning, business, finance or real estate.
You must also have :
Strong analytical, research and problem-solving skills.
Strong interpersonal skills; highly developed communication skills, both verbal and written, with a particular emphasis on excellent report writing and presentation skills.
The ability to work well under pressure, coordinate multiple projects and to meet tight deadlines; and
The ability to provide work direction to other staff and to direct the work of consultants as required.
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