Posted: Sunday, December 17, 2017 6:09 AM
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General purpose for the Career: Level Property Agent includes:
Evaluate, negotiate, and manage right of way for the companys transmission and distribution system. Investigate, resolve and manage disputes resulting from property trespass, encroachments and damage claims. Negotiate and purchase rights:of:way and conduct economic analyses to ensure cost effectiveness of easement acquisitions. Obtain, renew and manage federal, state and other agency permits as required. Perform releases of easements and research on rights; ensure easement documents are captured in ROW database and other documentation systems.
General purpose for the Senior: Level Property Agent includes:
Evaluates, negotiates, and manages property issues for the company. Investigates, resolves and manages disputes resulting from property trespass, encroachments and damage claims. Negotiates and purchases rights:of:way and real property, sells excess lands, and conducts economic analysis of company leases to ensure cost effectiveness. Obtains federal, state and other agency permits as required.
Responsibilities for the Career: Level Property Agent include the following:
:Negotiate basic to complex easements and agreements on various types of properties.
:Research, analyze, and evaluate property rights and issues.
:Review and audit easements prepared by others for compliance and completeness.
:Respond to property issues and requests from internal and external customers.
:Negotiate with and influence external clients and outside agencies (property owners, government agencies and legal entities).
:Review and prepare documents such as licenses, agreements, easements, permits and renewals.
:Represent the department and the company as the first point of contact interested parties.
:Obtain and/or manage the acquisition of federal, state and other agency permits as required.
:Input and manage data into company data base system relating to rights acquired for placement of company facilities.
:Track permitting time lines and prepare a list of all expiring permits on an annual basis.
:Perform financial analysis and forecasts for permits and easements.
In addition to the above, the responsibilities for the Senior: Level Property Agent include the following:
:Responsible for site selection, zoning analysis, title review, clearing of title issues, property valuation, negotiating of purchase contracts and options, review of surveys and ownership.
:Negotiates complex leases on various types of properties.
:Directs complex projects and makes recommendations related to specialized discipline.
:Conducts strategic analyses and plays a key role within the company.
:Develops new procedures or resolutions.
:Assigns, reviews, and provides direction to Career level agents.
:Manages and leads high visibility, complex property and asset transactions with appropriate awareness of impact and expected results.
:Accountable for the success of the project and or function.
:Consults with executives from business units and legal representatives. 13;
Requirements of the Career: Level Property Agent include the following:
:Bachelors degree in Business, Finance, Law or a related field; or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
:A minimum of three years related right of way experience.
:Communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to develop positive relationships with internal and external customers, resolve property related disputes, and to work effectively with team members.
:Proficient with the use of personal computer applications to support right of way activities.
:Knowledge of right of way principles, federal, state, and other agency permit requirements, applicable company policies, practices, and procedures, and federal, state, and local laws and regulations.
:Ability to understand and evaluate right of way
• Location: Portland
• Post ID: 25427542 portland