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San Joaquin County
The General Services Department is recruiting for a Property Manager who will be responsible for providing property management services for many of the County’s facilities, and real estate services for existing and potentially new facilities.
This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual who possesses property management and real estate experience. Responsibilities will include: lease management, originating, terminating, revising, reviewing, negotiating, and monitoring leases; managing rent payments and deposits; negotiating and creating licenses for temporary use of County property; property evaluations, appraisals, acquisitions, and disposals; and reviewing and analyzing policies and regulations to determine their impact on property management activities and recommending any appropriate changes in operations.
This position requires graduation from an accredited four year college or university with a major in public or business administration, economics, social or behavioral science, or a closely related field and two years of management, administrative, or financial work requiring analysis and interpretation of data specifically property management which included: developing, negotiating, and managing leases and real estate services involving real property evaluations, appraisals and transactions. A Master’s degree in public or business administration, economics, or a closely related field from an accredited college or university may be substituted for one year of experience.
Please visit our website to view the brochure which includes the complete job description and benefits of the position. Apply to: San Joaquin County Human Resources, 44 N. San Joaquin Street, Suite 330, Stockton, CA 95202. Final filing deadline is Februray 22, 2019.. For information call (209) 468-3370 or visit our website at www.sjgov.org/department
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