Streetcar Developments enjoys a hard-earned reputation as a Toronto developer who invests in exciting neighbourhoods, improving the quality of communities. Our projects integrate seamlessly into their surroundings, respecting the historic look and feel of the area while providing a glimpse into what could be.
Our unwavering commitment to build more livable and culturally rich communities has allowed us to attract the absolute best and most passionate talent.
- Be a key contributor to the Development Team within a fast-paced environment.
- Manage projects from inception to registration, leading tasks related to planning approvals, building permits, and all other municipal and provincial approvals.
- Maintain strong relationships with municipal and provincial staff members.
- Manage a multi-disciplinary team of consultants, including architects, engineers, surveyors, and lawyers, with tasks related to tendering, budgeting, and project scheduling.
- Prepare and review legal agreements for all phases of the development process where needed.
- Coordinate with the Development Team on new land and acquisitions and conceptual designs.
- Act as a liaison between Streetcar Developments and all neighbouring property owners, residents, and stakeholders.
- Review drawings and provide markups to support development work as required.
- Monitor on-site work to ensure compliance with planning approvals and building permits.
- Contribute to a positive working relationship with all members of Streetcar Developments, including Site Superintendents, Project Management Team, Design Team, and Accounting and Marketing Teams.
- Perform additional work and responsibilities as assumed or requested by the Vice President and/or President.
- A degree or technical diploma in Urban Planning, Engineering, Real Estate, or Architecture, with a minimum of 5 years of experience in your field.
- Ability to understand architectural and engineering drawings as well as review and draft legal agreements.
- Possess working knowledge of Zoning By-Law Amendments, Official Plan Amendments, Site Plan Control, Plans of Condominium, Plans of Subdivision, Right-of-Way Permits, and Building Permits.
- Strong time-management, organization, and attention to detail.
- The ability to multi-task between on-site, in office, and remote working.
- Ability to work both independently as well as in a team environment.
- Strong people skills with great written and verbal communication.
- Proficiency with Word, Excel, Outlook, and Bluebeam.
To express interest in this exciting opportunity, please apply in writing by email, with a copy of your resume to:
Attn: Human Resources
No agencies please.