This professional position is responsible for the operation, management, and acquisition of County-owned and County-leased government facilities by negotiating, renewing, preparing, and managing leases, agreements, and memoranda of understanding for the County. In addition, this position obtains rights-of-way and easements and other real property on behalf of Frederick County for various Capital Improvement Program (CIP) projects and other types of projects as directed. Direction and supervision are provided to consultants, including attorneys, architects, engineers, surveyors, appraisers, realtors, and DPW project teams. Supervision is received from the Department Head, Department of Engineering and Construction Management.
Bachelor's degree in Real Estate, Civil Engineering, Economics, Business, Public Administration, Real Estate, Real Property Law or a related field
Minimum 10 years work experience in the acquisition of real property that includes conducting related negotiations (e.g., securing of deeds, easements, permits, options, agreements, leases, and purchases) and processing and recording property transfers
Minimum 3 years of supervisory work experience
Possession of a valid automobile operator's license
DEADLINE TO APPLY: 4:00 p.m. (EST) on Friday, August 24, 2018
HOW TO APPLY: Visit the Frederick County Government website at www.FrederickCountyMD.gov/jobs to view a current listing of active job announcements. View the detailed job posting and click on the Apply link to submit your employment application form.
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