Site Acquisition Manager



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Salary Range

Up to USD75000.00 per year

No. of Openings


Branch Information

Dallas Engineering - (USA) 15455 Dallas Parkway Suite 750 TX Addison , TX 75001



Job Description

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* Comprehend and serve as a subject matter expert on matters related to state and local telecommunication codes and ordinances as well as any applicable Small Wireless Facility State legislation. Understand and articulate details of FCC rules

* Research, understand and interpret jurisdictional requirements for permit application submissions and serve as functional advisor on Client and/or Project calls

* Understand and evaluate State, Highway Department and Municipal requirements for allowable small cell locations and designs for completion of Site Candidate Information Packages (SCIPs)

* Understand and evaluate Utility Company pole types, equipment and requirements

* Understand and evaluate real estate ownership types such as City owned ROW, Department of Transportation or State ROW, Private ROW of Utility Owned Easements, Non-exclusive Easements, Public Utility Easements, Parcels to recommend viable locations

* Understand and evaluate environmental and regulatory requirements to complete required Client forms and/or submittals for NEPA, FCC, FAA or other rules

* Know traffic control permitting requirements, sight triangles and clear zones

* Prepare and present at Design District or other Zoning Approval Meetings

* Identify and select viable candidates that adhere to client specifications and standards

* Operate field data collection tools and collect and organize candidate location photos

* Independently use and create mobile maps to safely and efficiently travel to and from multiple sites within a short period of time

* Prepare accurate, detailed candidate and location reports within fast paced environment

* Order title and survey for verification of ownership, access and utility easements, submit title to client and assist with developing title curative as needed

* Negotiate or complete pre-negotiated lease agreements or utility permit agreements with MAA and non-MAA structure owners

* Track and forecast critical dates and work activity allocations for several projects concurrently

* Timely complete and update Client and company trackers and databases

Managerial Responsibility:

* This position may have direct reports

Physical Demands:

* Local travel within designated markets

* Sitting or standing for long periods, walking, finger dexterity, feeling, repetitive motions, talking, hearing, and visual acuity including close vision

* Walking, lifting, carrying, reaching, squatting, sitting, pushing/pulling, manual dexterity, hearing/listening, and speaking during the course of a work day.

* May be subject to extreme weather conditions including but not limited to: wind, dust, heat, cold, rain, snow, and fog

* Ability to operate a car to travel to and from candidate locations and/or jurisdictions

* Able to operate candidate evaluation tools such as laser pointers, cameras, etc.

Education and Experience Required:

* High school diploma or GED, Bachelor's degree preferred

* 5-7 years experience in telecommunications, right of way management and/or related real estate or legal work

* 4-5 years' computer skills, including a high level of proficiency with MS Excel, MS Outlook, Microsoft Word, Google Earth and other database or tracking tools