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Fiber Permitting Agent

Prepares candidate information reports related to leasing, permitting and land use viability. Prepares lease or other real estate agreements. Coordinates with or supervises outside vendor partners, environmental engineers, architectural & engineering firms, title search firms, engineers and drafting technicians to ensure transactions close within defined timeframes. Identify potential risk scenarios. Draft and proof recordable transaction documents, easements, warranty deeds, etc. for legal department review. Prepares zoning and permitting applications. Monitors progress of the application and facilitate jurisdictional requests for additional information as a result of the application review process. Prepares collocation applications and manages the process through Notice to Proceed (NTP). Ensures compliance to the quality and safety goals and objectives. Principal Duties and Responsibilities ? Serves as primary Site Acquisition Specialist for particular site project including leasing, permitting and land use processing.
For new-build projects, responsible for site acquisition activities from initial search ring release through NTP.
For existing site modification projects, responsible for site acquisition activities from collocation applications, leasing and zoning audit through NTP.
Provides candidate-specific recommendations for leasing and land use viability.
Communicates activities with team members and other departments, as needed.
Provides site sketches, as needed.
Attends field site visits for candidate and engineering viability.
Reviews title reports for ownership, encumbrances, easements, etc, and provides recommendation for leasing viability.
Interviews zoning/permitting personnel to obtain jurisdictional approval requirements for installation of wireless communication facilities and/or related wireless equipment as project scope defines.
Completes zoning ordinance reviews.
Reviews zoning drawings for compliance with jurisdictional, regulatory and client requirements.
Prepares, submits and obtains jurisdictional entitlements which may include applications and presentations before governmental or architectural review boards.
Completes Lease & Zoning Audit Reviews for site modification projects.
Coordinates with tower owners and/or private landlords to negotiate and secure lease entitlements as project scope defines.
Completes collocation applications required by Tower companies and associated documents.
Coordinates with client and engineering departments to obtain information necessary for entitlement applications (RF Affidavits, propagation maps, photo-simulations, etc?).
Reviews and approves site specific documents for quality and completeness.
Monitors and tracks progress on all open transactions.
Maintains a high degree of customer service and integrity when dealing with clients.
Other duties or special projects, as assigned.
Verifies and/or obtains Enhanced 911 addressing.
Individual contributor with no subordinates. Minimum Qualifications 2 years telecommunications industry experience required. 4 year degree, or equivalent work experience.
All applicants must be able to complete pre-employment onboarding requirements (if selected) which may include any/all of the following: criminal/civil background check, drug screen, and motor vehicle records search, in compliance with any applicable laws and regulations. Preferred Job Qualifications Permitting experience (permitting fiber within right-of-way of a metropolitan market). Experience reviewing underground and aerial utility drawings and also demonstrates ability to follow complex processes for analyzing road way ownership from GIS, maps, and other sources. Ability to work between multiple desktop applications and internet browser tabs is essential.
Preferred Non-Technical Competencies:
Action Oriented
Informing
Negotiating
Perseverance
Interpersonal Savvy
Learning on the Fly
Planning
Problem Solving
Customer Focus
Priority Setting
Preferred Technical Competencies:
Ability to work independently as well as with others
Excellent oral and written communications skills
Real estate, or legal negotiation experience
Ability to communicate and negotiate effectively
Ability to read and comprehend legal documents such as legal descriptions, surveys, ground leases, easements, deeds, land purchase contracts, mortgages, title policies, subordination, and technical drawings
Intermediate proficiency in Microsoft Windows, Excel, Word, and Outlook
Supports and complies with the Division's Quality Management System and Environmental, Safety, Health and Security Program EEO Statement Equal Opportunity Employer - Minority/Disabled/Veterans/Females Locations IL-Westmont Recruiter Breanna Tvrdy



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