Summary of Position Requirements:
The Permit Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the Starts Process at the division office. This includes developing panels, collecting paperwork, submitting for approvals and permits, and entering data into several JD Edwards screens. This position requires a high level of organization and ability to manage the critical tasks related to starting a home in Lennar’s system.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
- Create Community Build Orders from the recorded Plat
- Prepare Homesite Lists in Microsoft Excel
- Research and setup MUD districts/City requirements for Water Taps & Permits
- Send Homesite Release Forms to New Home Consultants
- Release Homesites in JD Edwards
- Create Panel Sheets with the Address/Elevation/Colors for each community
- Obtain Director of Construction approval on Panel Sheets
- Submit Panels for Developer Approval
- Input Plan #, Elevation & Swing in JD Edwards after panel approval
- Order all checks for Permits, Water taps, and Impact Fees
- Order Lot Surveys for each Homesite
- Create a Starts Calendar to track the status of all Permits, Surveys, and Approvals
- Coordinate a Starts Meeting to review the schedule, sales pace, and permit status
- Input the Trench Date into JD Edwards once the home starts in the field
- Coordinate all lot purchases between divisions, developers, & title company
- Collect Change Order Summaries from New Home Consultants for each Panel
- Enter the Options in the JD Edwards Lot Checklist Option Selection screen
Education and Experience Requirement:
- Computer literate with the ability to work with JD Edwards, Excel, and Word
- 2 years office experience preferred
- High School Diploma or equivalent required
- Professionally perform multiple, detailed-oriented tasks with simultaneous deadlines
- Good writing and organization skills
- Possess strong work ethic, integrity and loyalty
- Team player with the ability to work well under pressure
Requires the ability to work in excess of eight hours per day, in the confined quarters of an office. Also requires the ability to read plans, bend, stoop, reach, lift, and move and/or carry items less than 50 pounds. Finger dexterity, when operating a computer keyboard and calculator is required. Office work requires sitting at a computer monitor for extended periods of time, completing paperwork and to receive/return phone messages. Standing is required for filing, scanning, and copying.
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Except where prohibited, all employment is conditioned upon a satisfactory investigation into a candidate’s suitability. This may include a candidate’s work and criminal history. While applicants are not asked about criminal history at the initial application stage, a criminal background check may be conducted at the conditional offer stage, and may be considered where relevant and job related in CalAtlantic’s opinion, and consistent with applicable law. A conditional offer of employment will not automatically be revoked because of a conviction, and a variety of factors will be considered. Candidates who receive a conditional offer will be required to pass a drug screen conducted in accordance with applicable law. CalAtlantic reserves the right to revoke any conditional offer of employment.