Assistant Vice President For Capital Assets And Real Estate

State Of Virginia Richmond , VA 23234

Posted 2 weeks ago

VCU is seeking an Assistant Vice President (AVP) for Capital Assets and Real Estate who is responsible for developing the overall real estate strategy for Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and the VCU Health System as well as for the acquisition and disposition of buildings and lands for VCU under the guidance of the Vice President for Administration and of the University's Facilities Executive Sponsors. The AVP develops and manages partnerships and/or joint ventures between the University or its affiliated entities and outside developers in relation to academic, research, commercial, retail, residential or mixed use real estate projects that support the University's strategic goals.

In consultation with University Counsel, the AVP leads the University's team in the negotiation of the terms and conditions of a variety of real estate development projects. The AVP is also responsible for overseeing these projects through completion, performing financial analysis and financial due diligence on prospective projects, assisting with project planning and zoning approvals with local governmental entities, assuring that assigned projects satisfy the University's financial and operational objectives, and coordinating project implementation with various University offices and community stakeholders. This position reports directly to the Vice President for Administration.

Minimum Qualifications


Educational Requirements:
An advanced degree is strongly preferred.

A Bachelor's degree in similar field required, with significant and long-standing experience in commercial or institutional real estate or a similar field. Qualifications and Experience

Requirements:
Ten years of increasingly responsible senior level experience in structuring the development of large, mixed-use real estate developments; negotiating and financing complex real estate transactions, including ground and space leases; or experience overseeing large commercial real estate operations.

Experience in project conceptualization and development, negotiation, working collaboratively with counsel, financial analysis of project cash flows, and local government planning and zoning issues is essential. A key attribute is the ability to think strategically about the financial and legal risks of real estate transactions. The AVP should possess a keen understanding of project guidelines and be able to anticipate and plan for challenges and opportunities.

The successful candidate must possess outstanding leadership capacity and demonstrated skill in team building, collaboration, communication, customer service, and project management. The selected candidate must demonstrate a genuine interest in and appreciation for a diverse and inclusive workplace.

Preferred Qualifications

Special Requirements



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