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$88,587.20 - $107,702.40 Annually
City of San Luis Obispo, CA
Central Services Department
About the Position
The County of San Luis Obispo Central Services Department is accepting applications for Real Property Manager. Reporting to the Director of Central Services Department, this position is responsible for short-term and long-term planning of real property needs for existing and future County facilities and the management of its vacant property inventory. This position advises and recommends solutions to space needs, real property acquisition and sales matters, donations, leases, concessions, easements, or exchanges. The person selected will oversee three staff members and will be responsible for budget preparation and database management for insurance tracking, lease monitoring, and real property inventory.
The Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate will have experience in real property appraisal, law and the procedures governing acquisitions of property for public use as prescribed by California Government Code. Experience in the assessment of real property, commercial leasing, building construction and/or building management is preferred.
Graduation from 4-year College or university with a degree in business administration, real estate, civil engineering, or a related field. Job related experience may be substituted for the required education on a year for year basis. In addition, two years of increasingly responsible experience in real property management, appraisal and acquisition involving a variety of properties is required.
How to Apply
An initial application review will be conducted. Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications and are best qualified will be invited to participate in selection activities which may include online assessments, performance exams, written exams, and interviews.
Final candidates will be required to have an in-depth background review performed before proceeding in the process. Please note that references will not be contacted until the end of the process.
To apply, please visit our website at www.governmentjobs.com/careers/slocountyca
Applications will be accepted until April 9, 2017 @ 11:59 PM Pacific time.
For further information regarding the County of San Luis Obispo, visit our website at www.slocounty.ca.gov.
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