Realty Specialist 1 PN20050924 District HQ (1800062X)
Learns all real estate disciplines through classroom training & performs basic assignments in multiple real estate disciplines as follows: acts...
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Bowling Green, OhioWood County
Learns all real estate disciplines through classroom training & performs basic assignments in multiple real estate disciplines as follows: acts as liaison with local public agencies & officials involving ODOT real estate functions; monitors LPA projects for compliance; conducts title searches to determine immediate ownership of record which normally covers five year period, (i.e., title research/closings); coordinates, prepares & reviews documents pertaining to highway access modifications, vacation of easements &/or sale of excess land or structures (i.e., property dispositions); arranges for collections of proceeds & preparation of conveyance instruments;
Prepares reports on project status & assignments using computer software programs, (Microsoft Word & Excel); attends right-of-way (R/W) plan reviews; monitors project work plan & advises supervisor; maintains project records & files; checks county records for ownership information needed for public involvement &/or plan development; conduct research activities & inspect project sites. Assures accurate & timely updating of management information systems as they relate to the delivery of the program, (e.g., ELLIS, Enterprise Information Management System (EIMS)) & assures their business rules, policies, & procedures are implemented, used,& maintained as standard business practice in their designated work environments.
Acts as witness in execution of instruments; drafts letters & memorandums utilizing computer & related software (e.g., Microsoft Word); conducts research or investigative work as assigned; participates in in-service training/seminars to keep abreast of changes in policies & procedures. Performs other work-related duties (e.g., assists in utility & R/W functions; participates in public hearings; maintains inventory of excess lands in District; responds to inquires &/or complaints from public & government officials in writing, by telephone, or face to face meeting).
Completion of undergraduate core coursework in business administration or marketing to include one course in public relations or communication. Must be able to provide own transportation.-Or 2 yrs. trg. or 2 yrs. exp. in real estate sales or real estate property management which included basic real estate principles & practices & real estate law. Must be able to provide own transportation.-Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above. Knowledge of business, marketing, real estate sales or real estate property management; public relations; real estate disciplines*; addition, subtraction, multiplication & division; state & federal guidelines applicable to real estate disciplines*. Ability to interpret variety of instructions in written, oral, picture or schedule form; read & comprehend construction & right of way plans; gather, collate & classify information about data, people or things; prepare standard business records, reports & correspondence; handle routine & sensitive contacts involving discussion/explanation of assigned real estate discipline. (*)Developed after employment.
If operating state-owned vehicle, must show proof of valid driver’s license OR must provide own transportation.
This position is designated overtime eligible based upon FLSA standards.
This is a bargaining unit position and all new hire bargaining unit employees must serve a one (1) year probationary period.
Per agency specific language in the union contract, any applicant receiving appointment to the Realty Specialist 1 must serve a probationary period of twelve months from the effective date of hire, lateral transfer or promotion.
The hourly wage for this position is not negotiable for external applicants. The starting wage will be hourly rate on the posting. However, for internal applicants, the position will be filled pursuant to the provision of the OCSEA/AFCME Contract.
Background Check Information
The final candidate selected for the position will be required to undergo a criminal background check. Criminal convictions do not necessarily preclude an applicant from consideration for a position. An individual assessment of an applicant’s prior criminal convictions will be made before excluding an applicant from consideration.
Please direct all employment questions to the ODOT District 2 Human Resources Office at (419) 353-8131.
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