This job is no longer active.

OrganizationHabitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville
TypeFull Time
Application DeadlineNovember 27, 2020
College Degree Required?Yes
Salary Range$35,000-60,000
Phone(434) 293-9066


Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville, a cutting-edge non-profit housing and community developer, is seeking a Land Development Manager (LDM) to serve as a site superintendent for all of Habitat’s current and future site development operations. The LDM works closely with the Land Development Coordinator, Director of Land Development and the President/CEO to ensure timely and high quality land construction in order to meet the building and development goals of the organization.


Job Duties

 Create requests for proposals and bid documents for site work, award contracts,
oversee contractors, and work closely with project consultants
 Review of site plans for value engineering including consistency with Habitat level of
quality and knowledge of the Americans With Disabilities Act.
 Develop and manage site construction budgets, schedules, and cashflows
 Coordination of both wet and dry utility design and installations
 Stormwater tracking and compliance (SWPPP)
 Manage geotechnical engineers for site reports, compaction testing, and lot
 Daily coordination with Director of Land Development and other Habitat staff
 Work closely with diverse project team and other stake holders
 Participate in the creation of home owner association and condo association
 Job will likely involve 90% of time spent out of the office and 10% in the office.

Skills Required

 Commitment to affordable housing
 Positive and professional attitude
 Significant experience in land development from contractor mobilization thru bond
 Familiarity and experience in site work in the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle
County or other jurisdictions of similar size and populations
 Successful and proven land development project management portfolio along with a
creative and resourceful personality
 Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written)
 Proven ability to work well with others including community leaders, elected officials,
jurisdiction staff, and diverse collection of team members
 Strong organizational and computer skills including MS Office applications
 Understanding of sustainable and green site development practices a plus
 Responsible Land Disturber (RLD) certification or ability to receive certification
 Good driving record
 College degree in construction, civil engineering, business, or related field.

Additional Info

Must submit cover letter and resume to apply.