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This position represents the UCSD Campus, UCSD Healthcare, and UCSD Extension (collectively "the University"), conducting advanced planning and analysis to provide real estate services, analyses, and negotiations in commercial real estate transactions to implement strategic space objectives on behalf of the University (over 125 off-campus leases in excess of 989,000 square feet and over $33 million of annual rent obligations, plus an additional 375,000 square feet of University-owned commercial real estate where University is landlord).
This position is responsible for: (1) implementing the Off-Campus Leasing program, representing the University as tenant and landlord in complex negotiations with developers, building owners, attorneys, real estate brokers, property management firms and public agencies, for office, laboratory, clinical office, medical office, instructional, warehouse, and miscellaneous uses; (2) negotiating and developing leases and other contracts in accordance with University policies; (3) ensuring that leased facilities meet all University requirements and guidelines; (4) providing real estate consultative services including commercial market analyses, appropriate lease costs and related expenditures, financial analyses and justifications; (5) overseeing tenant improvement work and managing fiscal budgets; (6) performing lease administration and compliance activities; (7) implementing the University's Real Property Licensing Program (over 177 site licenses), permitting uses of University property by non-University entities and uses of non-University-owned properties by University departments and researchers, representing the University as licensor or licensee in complex negotiations with property owners, real estate brokers, attorneys, and University divisions, for a wide variety of uses, including telecommunications cell sites, public events, construction staging, and research field sites; (8) negotiating and drafting licenses, including the use of legal and contract language for which no templates exist, in accordance with University policies; (9) presenting license proposals to various University review committees and design review board; and (10) maintaining real property database.
Professional experience in commercial real estate practices and lease and other contract development. Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of basic real estate law, and contract interpretation.
Proven ability and experience in conducting lease negotiations relating to financial and legal contractual terms, contract development, space planning, coordinating tenant improvements projects, finance, and property management.
Analytical, mathematical and decision-making skills in order to analyze and interpret financial and legal contractual terms and draft formal contracts.
Capacity to effectively resolve financial and contractual issues and disputes.
Demonstrated knowledge of economic and general accounting principles and practices.
Understanding of risk management, seismic, fire, and other life safety and ADA compliance issues.
Strong computer skills in a PC environment, including production of complex legal contracts, as well as analyses including spreadsheets, databases, and modeling applications; specifically for financial feasibility analysis, operating budget performance analysis, and database development.
Excellent written and oral communication skills, including ability to compile complex data and information and draft formal documents and produce comprehensive reports; ability to draft accurate correspondence based upon negotiations and/or conversations; and ability to keep accurate notes regarding transactions.
Excellent interpersonal skills, including tact, diplomacy, and flexibility to interact and maintain working relationships with University departments, University administration, private industry representatives, charitable organizations, and governmental agencies, including skills to clearly communicate information to a broad variety of people in written form, in person, and on the telephone.
Ability to deal with a multiplicity of demands and projects on an ongoing basis. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment of changing priorities and to maintain accuracy and attention to detail.
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