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									                              SENIOR REAL ESTATE COORDINATOR

NATURE OF WORK

This is responsible professional and public contact work in coordinating the acquisition and disposition of
real property interests and monitoring property management functions of City owned real property.

Work of this class involves responsibility for advanced level planning and directing of sensitive and
complex acquisition and disposition projects related to real property interests. Work includes
coordination of and review of appraisals of the more complex commercial and residential property
interests, including eminent domain, establishing valuations, and subsequent negotiation of lease
agreements, contracts for sale and purchase of real property and license agreements of a complex nature.
Work may include supervision of employees in this division. Position involves extensive interaction with
the public, frequently of a delicate nature, requiring the exercise of diplomacy, impartiality and sound
judgment. Work involves contact and working relationships with appraisers, title companies, attorneys
and other real property professionals, city departments, and other governmental agencies. Employees in
this position are expected to be able to perform any and all work tasks and comply with any work
schedules or attendance or duty requirements which may be established by City or department rules.
Work is performed independently under the general supervision of a manager and is reviewed through
conferences, observation, analysis of reports and evaluation of results obtained.

ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES OF WORK

Plans and coordinates the more complex, sensitive and/or critical City-initiated acquisition and disposition
projects including estimates of values of real property interests impacted and implementation strategy.

Plans and coordinates acquisitions involving federally funded programs that include relocation under
federal guidelines.

Develops and maintains a system for the administration of property management functions related to
leases, license, and use agreements of City owned real property.

Develops and maintains a system for processing of offers to sell real property to the City.

Conducts pre-project site analysis and due diligence investigation for City departments seeking to acquire
real property interests and evaluates potential sites including development of cost / benefit analysis for
alternative sites.

Provides real property related informational assistance to City departments and the public related to
ownership, use restrictions, and values; monitors City surplus property list and coordinates disposition
alternatives.

Prepares reports and council material for consent agenda, ordinances, and special reports for
administration and City Council consideration on all acquisitions, leases and dispositions of real property
interests.

Performs related work as required.
DESIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Thorough knowledge of modern practices and principles of real property acquisition and disposition,
appraisal techniques, and property management procedures including environmental considerations.

Thorough knowledge of the laws and legal instruments affecting ownership of real property and the legal
procedures & regulations governing real property transactions.

Thorough knowledge of property management departmental functions and procedures.

Thorough knowledge of laws, City charter provisions, ordinances, and zoning related to acquisition and
disposition of real property interests.

Ability to carry out job responsibilities in a self-directed and autonomous manner within the department’s
policies and procedures and administrative priorities.

Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships with City departments, officials, employees,
representatives of other governmental agencies, private industry and the general public.

Ability to communicate clearly and concisely; orally and in writing.

MINIMUM TRAINING & EXPERIENCE

Graduation from an accredited four year college or university with major course work in real estate, law,
business administration, public administration, or related field; or , five years of practical experience
demonstrating extensive knowledge and progressive responsibility in the real property profession
required. Background must include complex transaction experience (i.e. commercial leasing /
acquisitions, sales / acquisitions in excess of Ten million dollars or 100 acres, commercial /eminent
domain appraisals, etc.) as a state certified general appraiser, commercial property manager, real property
professional or equivalent.

Five years of practical experience drafting complex real estate sales contracts, development agreements,
and leases; including, demonstrable experience working with developers through a proposal process
including drafting all required documents, negotiating and closing the transaction.

Computer proficiency with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Windows required including experience
with databases, including Oracle, graphic, and property management software highly desirable.

NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Possession and maintenance of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Must provide a personal motor
vehicle for performance of assigned duties and maintain an automobile insurance policy that meets the
minimum requirements of liability established by the State of Florida for property damage and personal
injury coverage.

Possession and maintenance of a state certified general real estate appraiser’s license and real estate
broker license.

Date Issued: 02/08
City of St. Petersburg

								
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