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Real Property Specialist

Job Locations US-ID-Mountain Home AFB
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/6/2024 11:17 AM)
Requisition Number
2024-18416
# of Openings
0
Category
Project Management

Overview

Junior Real Property Specialist

 

Be the Difference

 

Astrion offers comprehensive services that boost preparedness, optimize performance, and ensure success across various domains, from Cyber to Digital, Mission and Systems, servicing our nation's Civilian, Defense and Space communities. We support customers with Centers of Excellence in Washington DC, Huntsville, AL and Burlington, MA with an additional 36 locations across the U.S.

 

Astrion has an exciting opportunity for a Junior Real Property Specialist for the EPASS, supporting the Air Force Division.

 

JOB DETAILS

LOCATION:    Mountain Home, ID

JOB STATUS: Full Time

TRAVEL: 25%

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS / SKILLS

  • Must have and be able to maintain a Secret level clearance

  • High-school diploma or equivalent and a minimum of 5 years' of directly related experience

    Knowledge of commonly applied real property principles, rules, regulations, and practices as well as agency, state and local government procedures and appropriate statutes and policies.
  • Knowledge of space management and utilization practices and techniques, and policies and procedures for real property documentation and records.
  • Knowledge of in grant/out grant procedures and required documentation.
  • Knowledge of property disposal policies and procedures.
  • Skill in gathering, evaluating, and interpreting data to arrive at valid conclusions and offer meaningful recommendations.
  • Knowledge of commonly used contracting rules, regulations, and procedures to acquire interests in or dispose of properties.
  • Basic knowledge of environmental laws and regulations to determine the appropriateness of alternative uses of land or property considering the presence of hazardous waste and the impact on cost effectiveness of acquisition or disposal projects.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • The contractor shall provide Real Property support services to assist the government Real Property Accountable Officer and Real Property Specialist with the full complement of responsibilities involving real property acquisition, management, utilization, inventory, and disposal transactions.
  • The contractor Real Property Specialist will provide a wide range of complex real property functions relating to the acquisition, management, and disposal of government real property in assistance to the Real Property Office (RPO) and under oversight of the Real Property Accountable Officer (RPAO). The Contractor shall demonstrate proficiency in handling real estate management and possess knowledge of Federal, State, Department of Defense (DoD), and Air Force laws, regulations, principles, policies, and practices to resolve complex issues with unusual combinations of diverse characteristics.
  • Conducts physical inventories (including plants and systems, real property installed equipment, occupants, and facility footprints) to ensure accurate assignment information and/or compliance inspections of installation leased or federally owned facilities every five years; every three years for historic property.
  • Recommends alternative uses of space, in coordination with the Space Planner, which would not involve costs more than the benefit gained by the realignment, as well as consolidation and/or demolition.
  • Completes studies on requirements for in grants, out grants, and withdrawn public lands. Accepts space/land use requests, reviews, and recommends use of federal land by other individuals, businesses, or municipalities for diverse uses and/or new and realigned mission requests.
  • Assists with surveys, documents, and updates non-spatial data in the applicable space reporting tool as required or during routine inventories in coordination with Community Planners, Space Planner, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and CAD technicians/engineering assistants to maintain accurate, up-to-date, detailed real property data/floor plans in the database.
  • The contractor Real Property Specialist will provide for real property inventory maintenance, reporting, and data analysis and reports results to the RPO. Assists the RPAO account for land under the control of the installation. Reconciles installation real property records with appropriate agencies and tenants. Research problems covered within the terms of leases or other authorizing documents with conditions such as equipment malfunctions (e.g., elevators, heating, or air conditioning systems), building maintenance, building security, modifications in rental rates, and/or unanticipated changes in space needs. Analyzes requests for space or services that may include various kinds of concessions, services, public parks, recreation programs, and/or fish and wildlife initiatives, etc., and makes appropriate recommendations. Determines use of land both on and off the installation in coordination with the Community Planner. Reviews and updates installation and off-installation site real property accountability records.
  • The contractor Real Property Specialist will assist the RPO acquires interest in real property and use rights involving a combination of complicating factors. Assists in determining the appropriate real property interest to be acquired, highest and best use of property, as well as technical guidance to satisfy the requirements for specific projects. Utilizes knowledge of, legal procedures, regulations, instructions, and directives to identify agency property management responsibilities. Ensures that all aspects of acquisition transactions are in the best interest of the installation, command, and Air Force. Provides advice to the RPAO on real property acquisitions and ensures all necessary coordination is obtained, to include initiation and evaluation of environmental documentation. Ensures all real property acquisition is in accordance with delegated authorities.
  • The contractor Real Property Specialist prepares value estimates and rental determinations for out grant requests including easements, leases, permits, etc., for use between city governments, counties, state, federal agencies, and private landowners and the installation. Drafts and finalizes out grants with city, county, state, federal and private landowners so that transactions are cost effective, withstand scrutiny from legal challenges, and are in accordance with all delegated authorities. Determines if grantees are complying with out grant terms, identifies, and reports non-compliance issues to the RPAO. Reviews, coordinates, and ensures copies of all CE-specific support agreements are maintained; assesses conflicts within multi-use, out granted facilities and provides appropriate recommendations.

 

What We Offer

  • Competitive salaries
  • Continuing education assistance
  • Professional development allotment
  • Multiple healthcare benefits packages
  • 401K with employer matching
  • Paid time off (PTO) along with a federally recognized holiday schedule

Who We Are

 

At Astrion, we innovate, elevate, and shape the world of tomorrow. At our core is our purpose to “Be the Difference”. This means we encourage our employees to take action and be the driving force for positive change. We foster an environment where innovative solutions flourish and our company continuously evolves.

 

We have a culture of care, empathy, and making a tangible difference within our organization and communities. We embrace continuous learning, growth, and innovation, and pushing the boundaries of what’s possible. We promote collaboration and empowering our teams is at the core of our success.

 

Join Astrion and Be the Difference in your career and the world!

 

Astrion is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We provide equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibit discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.

 

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

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