What is the role of a Senior Development Manager in the real estate and property industry?
As a Senior Development Manager, you manage the full property development process, from concept to final product.
Key responsibilities of a Senior Development Manager
Leading multiple projects: Coordinating the development of several projects at once and assuring their timely, affordable, and high-quality completion
Leadership: Leading a development team comprised of Project Managers, Planners, Architects, and Engineers
Identifying opportunities: Conducting feasibility studies to determine the viability of potential development opportunities and making recommendations to the executive team
Relationship Buidling: Relationship building and maintenance with important stakeholders such as landowners, investors, local governments, and community organisations
Negotiation: Contract negotiations with consultants, contractors, and other service providers, and also ensuring that they meet the specified criteria
Compliance: Maintaining compliance with essential legislation and regulations, such as building codes and environmental laws
Main requirements of a Senior Development Manager
As a Senior Development Manager, you must have strong leadership and communication abilities and a thorough knowledge of the property development process. You should also have good financial experience, including managing budgets and acquiring funding. Additionally, you should have experience managing complex development projects and a strong track record of successful project delivery.
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