The Development Coordinator assists in various activities relating to property, developments and the circulation of planning applications, construction documents relating to planned development along subway lines and requests for temporary use of property for review by the TTC.
Assists and supports the undertaking of technical and development reviews for developments that affect the TTC’s subway structures, or other operating facilities and services.
Maintains the department’s tracking system for technical and development reviews.
Assists to ensure developments comply with TTC policies, operating, legal and construction standards.
Provides background research and technical support for negotiating property and construction agreements for developments at existing TTC facilities (, bus terminals, commuter parking); also for the disposition, lease, or acquisition of properties.
Responds to various internal and external inquiries with respect to property and development rights affecting TTC facilities and operations, registered easements, property survey plans, and quit claims and deeds of owned or formerly owned TTC properties.
Provides TTC departments with current maintenance, security, liability, ownership, and emergency contact information associated with entrance connections.
Assists in the maintenance of the Address List of TTC’s Properties and other relevant documents.
Liaises with the City of Toronto concerning property inquiries and City agreements affecting TTC operations or facilities.
Prepares various reports relating to areas of responsibility.
Combination of education, training and experience deemed to be equivalent may be considered.
Good knowledge of the municipal planning process, real estate licensing, leasing, and land development principles.
Good understanding of, and experience with the management/coordination of legal agreements.
Ability to read and understand conceptual architectural and engineering drawings, combined with a general knowledge of common planning, engineering, and construction practices.
Sound judgement and well-developed interpersonal, and oral and written communication skills.
Good working knowledge of computer applications, particularly Microsoft Word and Excel.
Apply analytical skills
Gather information and conduct research
Create, document, and manage information and records
Communicate in a variety of mediums
Understand and apply administrative policies, processes, and procedures
Understand the organization's fiscal environment
Use office technology, software and applications
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