Realty Specialist II Negotiator

State Of Illinois Springfield , IL 62701

Posted 1 week ago

Description of Duties/Essential Functions Benefits Supplemental Questions

This position is accountable for the acquisition of the rights-of-way for all takings necessary to complete the district's planned transportation system projects, assisting with Land Acquisition System (LAS) data entry, payment processing, and title clearance.


Minimum Requirements:
Position

Requirements:
  • Education/Experience:

o Completion of two years of college majoring in engineering, business administration, legal studies or economics plus-one year of professional experience in real estate, surveying, title work, land acquisition, appraisal, negotiation, property management or relocation assistance, or a combination thereof OR

o Two years of professional experience in real estate, surveying, title work, land acquisition, appraisal, negotiation, property management or relocation assistance or completion of an approved training program, or a combination thereof

  • Valid driver's license

  • District-wide travel

Position Desirables:

  • Working knowledge of real estate appraisals, negotiations, property management and relocation principles

  • Working knowledge of state and federal laws concerning land acquisition and related activities

  • Working knowledge of departmental land acquisition policies and procedures relative to appraisals, negotiations, property management, relocation and special programs

  • Ability to read and interpret appraisal reports, maps, plans and plats, legal descriptions and title abstracts

  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively

  • Ability to exercise sound judgment

  • Ability to establish and maintain effectual working relations with property owners, attorneys and government officials

Work Hours & Location/Agency Contact: 8:00 am

  • 4:30 pm Monday

  • Friday

Office of Highways Project Implementation / Bureau of Program Development / Region 2 / District 2 / 819 Depot Ave, Dixon, IL

How to Apply: Technical Applications PM1080 (rev 8/23/19) must be received by the Bureau of Personnel Management, Room 113, 2300 South Dirksen Parkway, Springfield, IL 62764 (Fax# 217/557-3134) or emailed to DOT.CO.BPM.EmploymentApplications@Illinois.gov by 4:30 pm on the

closing date listed above. Applications will not be accepted after this date and time.

Agency Contact: Bureau of Personnel Management, 217/782-5594

To be considered for a permanent position within IDOT, you must either be a US citizen or a non-citizen with permanent work authorization.

Only education/coursework and experience listed within the application will be considered for determining eligibility for this position.

Please be advised that if a high volume of applications is received, the applications may be screened to establish a smaller pool of applicants for interview. The screening will be based on the information contained in the application.

Applicants will be notified in writing to schedule interviews.

  • Individual salary offers are computed based on an applicant's current position and experience level in comparison to the posted title as well as internal equity of staff in the organizational unit.
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