Senior Manager, Commercial Real Estate - Architectural Engineer II

    • Houston, TX

NYC 299 Park Avenue (22957), United States of America, New York, New York

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Senior Manager, Commercial Real Estate - Architectural Engineer II

Summary:

This person will be responsible for all real estate loan technical services for the division. This includes the review and approval of plans, specifications, budgets, schedules, contracts and reports. Also, performs site inspections when necessary or requested. Qualifies and engages outside consultants to perform pre-closing analysis and monitoring inspections. All of these are key elements in protecting Capital One Bank's loan assets.

Responsibilities:

• Review project plans, specifications, construction agreements, cost, budgets, and project schedules as required under the terms of our construction loan commitments, as a key element in the loan closing and disbursement process

• Analyze and mitigate risks to Capital One Bank

• Perform occasional site inspections of work in process on construction loans when required or requested. Attend progress meeting with outside consultants, developers, and contractors

• Review third-party inspection reports for completeness, accuracy, and compliance with Capital One Bank's requirements

• Work closely with internal teams such as, Construction Loan Administration and Portfolio Management to monitor the construction loan

• Make recommendations for funding, budget, and schedule adequacy

• Attend Real Estate/Portfolio Management Construction Meetings to present project status and/ or potential issues

• Provide monthly status report on construction loans to the Real Estate Department Manager

• Inspect properties representing collateral on construction loans in conjunction with annual credit reviews to provide a check of the physical condition of collateral. Occasionally perform annual reviews/inspections on real estate collateral for term loans

• Qualify, hire, and manage work products of specific outside consultants authorized to perform construction and inspection services for Capital One Bank

• Perform additional functions to include, but not limited to, review of Property Condition Assessments, Seismic Risk Assessments, and Planning and Zoning reports related to term and construction loans

Basic Qualifications:

• Bachelor's Degree or Military Experience

• At least 3 years of financial services industry experience

• At least 3 years of experience in commercial real estate transactions and construction

Preferred Qualifications:

• Bachelor's Degree in Architecture, Engineering (Civil or Structural), or Construction Management

• Registered Architect or Professional Engineer

• At least 5 years of consulting experience with a focus on lender construction monitoring scope of services

• Strong familiarity with reviewing third-party inspection reports

At this time, Capital One will not sponsor a new applicant for employment authorization for this position.

Capital One is a nationally recognized and high-tech business banking company, offering better customized consumer and commercial lending and deposit financial services.

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