What Success Looks Like In This Job
The Land and Asset Coordinator position works closely with the Land & Assets Project Manager to implement, ensure, and oversee all phases of owner’s representation regarding real property conveyances including: real estate acquisitions and dispositions (sales), leasing, easements/encumbrances, and collaboration on real-property use/re-use efforts. This position will facilitate discussions, coordinate and communicate with other departments, such as the County Attorney, Public Works, Parks & Open Space, the Colorado Air & Space Port, and the Human Services Department, regarding county-owned real property relations. The position will assist in inventorying, managing, and tracking county-owned- real estate, leases, mineral rights, water rights, agricultural and other amenity leases of real property, and collaborate in strategic planning for real property sales and leasing, supporting County goals. Additionally, this position will coordinate with third parties such as title insurance companies, attorney’s offices, other municipalities, and serve as a main point of contact for inquiries related to county-owned real estate and mineral interests. The position will focus on best practices, including sustainability initiatives, while maintaining effective project communications among various teams and with the Project Manager of Land & Assets
|Duties included but not limited to
Examples of Duties for Success
- Serve as the main point of contact for inquiries related to county-owned real estate and mineral interests; serve as the direct point of contact for management of third-party consultants, (real estate brokers, appraisers, attorneys, etc.), specifically related to sales and leasing of real property and/or its amenities.
- Assist in the coordination and facilitation of sales – acquisition and disposition of county-owned real property, including minerals and water.
- Assist in the coordination and facilitation of Leasing where the County is Lessor or Lessee; assist in the preparation of agreements for occupancy of real property by staff and or project/function, mineral rights, water rights, agricultural use, and energy use.
- Monitor and maintain database(s) including GIS maps, real property portfolio management systems, spreadsheets, etc.
- Coordinate between elected offices and departments and participate real-property related strategies.
- Coordinate and collaborate with elected offices and departments on sustainability practices applicable to real-property opportunities and implementation. (Examples: minerals rights, solar farms, or similarly focused programs that extend beyond Facilities Management to County-wide programs and or multi-jurisdictional collaborations).
- Collaborate with various departments, including committees assigned, for understanding overall divisional goals/projects related to County-owned real property.
- With support of Information Technology Innovation department, manage county-owned real property database(s).
- Prepare periodic and on-demand reports.
- Assist in coordinating conceptualizations for strategic opportunities with county owned real property and leased property on behalf of the department, including collaboration with internal resources as needed to supplement these efforts, and recommendations to external sources for consultation; and, in support of master plan(s) and facility needs pertinent to county owned or leased real property.
- Inquire on county-owned real property records and maintain documentation files/archives.
- Assist in the development of standards of practice for county-owned real property management activities.
- Perform other related duties and responsibilities as required.
Qualifications for Success
Any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills, and abilities have been achieved may be considered.
Experience: Three (3) years or more of experience as an owner’s representative (real estate and/or minerals focused).
Education and Training:
- Licensed as a Real Estate Broker in the state of Colorado.
- In lieu of Colorado real estate licensing, ability to obtain said designation may substitute if licensed in another state.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Real Estate, Planning, Business Administration Management, or a related field strongly preferred.
- Registered Landman and/or Licensed Land Surveyor, Certified GIS Technician, or similar land management focused experience is also preferred.
Background Check: Must pass a criminal background check.