Property Development Manager

City of West Hollywood, CA

Property Development Manager
City of West Hollywood, CA
Like no other City in the world, the City of West Hollywood (population approx. 37,000) is an international destination with a diverse population, progressive voice and rich history.  The City, with a robust economic and as cultural center, is instilled with idealism, creativity, and innovation, and it is a leader among communities. A spirit of community activism and civic pride thrives in West Hollywood.  The strong core values of Respect and Support for People; Responsiveness to the Public; Idealism, Creativity and Innovation; Quality of Residential Life; Promotion of Economic Development; Public Safety; and Responsibility for the Environment embody the City’s proactive manner for serving the community.  The Property Development Manager will oversee large municipal residential and commercial projects; develop and manage the City’s real estate portfolio; and manage complex joint development projects. The position includes visioning, outreach, facilitation, consensus-building, planning, programming, design, and construction activities related to a variety of capital improvement projects; tenant improvement projects related to City-owned and/or leased facilities and open spaces; and public/private joint development capital projects. Five to seven years of progressively responsible experience in a public, educational, or institutional organization/structure including a a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four-year college or a combination of education, training and experience is required. The annual salary range of the position is $154,292 to $203,069, and the City provides an excellent benefit package.
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Peckham & McKenney
Resumes are acknowledged within two business days.  Call Tony Dahlerbruch at (866) 912-1919 for more information. A detailed brochure is available at
Filing deadline is March 11, 2020.


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