Tenant Coordinator

Job Locations US-TN-Memphis
Job ID
2021-1451
Category
Construction
Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

JOB SUMMARY
The Tenant Coordinator works with and supports the Director of Tenant Coordination as the Landlord’s liaison to the Tenant with respect to matters pertaining to Tenant design and construction with a focus on expediting the store opening. The Tenant Coordinator handles special tasks assigned by and under the guidance of the Director of Tenant Coordination.

 

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Report directly to the Vice President of Development and support the Director of Tenant Coordination
- Collect Tenant close‐out documents and prepare construction allowance packages
- Interact with the team and third‐party general contractors to aid in quality, budget, and schedule control
- Attend on‐site construction meetings as needed
- Attend regular Project Status and Leasing calls with partners
- Support Leasing by:
-- Provide construction cost estimates for Landlords’ work
-- Schedule Landlord’s work to coincide with the delivery date established in the lease
-- Define the scope of Landlord and Tenant work for the lease
-- Respond and resolve lease construction comments
- Maintain property Design Criteria for assigned properties
- Maintain Tenant construction standard details and specifications
- Maintain Landlord lease and Tenant activity tracking systems
- Assist and accelerate Tenant in their drawing submission and construction schedule
- Review, comment and/or approve Tenant drawings for compliance with property Design Criteria
- Resolve Tenant and Landlord construction conflicts in a timely fashion to ensure that the Tenant opens as quickly as possible and no later than their lease required rent commencement date
-- Perform all construction management duties for the completion of Landlord’s work such as:
-- Contract with architects and engineers for the completion of construction documents
-- Solicit and analyze bids
-- Negotiate and award contracts
--Administer contracts, change orders, and pay requests
-- Manage close‐out procedures
- Clarify and identify Tenant chargebacks if/as required in the lease
- Work with local governmental authorities to accelerate the issuance of a permit and Certificate of Occupancy
- Other duties as assigned

 

QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
- Associate degree or 6 years of experience in construction or architectural design
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills required
- Self‐motivated and disciplined
- Excellent time management and organizational skills
- Must be a team player
- Ability to multi‐task
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)


ADDITIONAL NOTES
-Be able to develop rapport with Tenants, local government officials, designers, contractors, and property
personnel

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