Under supervision, to assist with the office and field work involved in acquiring, managing, leasing and disposition of real property and rights-of-way.
Typical Tasks Performs office and field work involved in the acquisition and disposition of real property or rights-of-way for public use; Gathers information from the offices of the Assessor, Recorder and Title Offices, as well as from other real estate sources; Examines and interprets title reports; Negotiates for or prepares leases, deeds, reconveyances, quitclaims, agreements or other necessary actions; Conducts negotiations for acquisition of various interests in real property such as fee interests, easements and leases; Secures and assists in the preparation of data for condemnation proceedings, escrow or recording; Manages, leases and disposes of real property; Directs the preparation of maps for use in condemnation proceedings or other acquisition transactions; Assists in the preparation of reports or appraisals for the purpose of acquiring, managing or leasing of real property or rights-of-way; Assists in the preparation or review of environmental impact reports and related documents.
Assists with research and preparation of housing and relocation studies; Assists with relocation assistance to displaced homes and businesses; Assists in maintaining up-to-date local, state and federal rules and regulations on environmental assessments; Assists with presentations at public meetings; Prepares various reports and correspondence; Performs related work as required.
Employment Standards Sufficient education, training and experience to demonstrate possession of the knowledges and abilities below.
Generally these requirements would be achieved by the equivalent of a four year college degree.
Experience substitutions may include negotiations for leases, real estate sales, appraisal, title and escrow work, relocation or environmental studies.
Possession of a valid California driver's license.
Knowledge of: Basic principles and procedures of real estate transactions; Terminology used in real estate transactions such as leases, rights of way, easements and escrows.
Understand and apply laws relating to public acquisition of property; Assemble and analyze data logically and make mathematical computations accurately; Speak and write clearly and concisely; Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Closing Date/Time: 9/28/2018 11:59 PM Pacific
County Of Santa Clara