Real Property / Community Planner
Location : APO, Jordan
Reviews and coordinates complex activities related to real properties and operating businesses in support of the US Customs Seized Property Management Contract.
Provides operations support to the Director of Asset Management by tracking and monitoring all real properties, operating businesses and related issues.
Attends client meetings and briefings related to real property asset management.
Essential Responsibilities :
Develops and maintains a variety of manual and automated tracking and monitoring systems for all real properties, operating businesses, management, subcontractor, and other services and support procured by Asset Management.
Assists in the development and revision of asset management approach, policies, and procedures.
Prepares a wide variety of documents, reports, and presentations.
Maintains all asset management documentation.
Works on special projects related to real property asset management activities on an as-needed basis.
Assists the Director of Asset Management in the daily management of the directorate.
Provides direct supervision over the automated record-keeping processes.
Functions as a member of the cross-functional team to resolve operational issues of consigned businesses and provide recommendations for their acceptance and future management.
Provides functional support to the Manager of Contracts and Procurement for developing and writing specifications, Statements of Work (SOW), and contractual terms and conditions for operators of consigned businesses.
Monitors all sales and acts as a liaison with the Sales Directorate.
Supports periodic post-award managerial analyses of operating businesses to monitor their performance.
Reviews court orders and other legal documents, occupancy agreements, operating business leases and related contract instruments for completeness.
Coordinates activities related to real properties and operating businesses to ensure all management and contractual issues are resolved before closing.
Assists in evaluating AMD procedures, recommend operational changes, develops and conducts AMD policies and procedures training program for Region and Direct personnel.
Perform all other position related duties as assigned or requested.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent training / experience;
5 years of related experience with an understanding of paralegal duties.
Strong analytical, writing and communication skills.
Individuals must also pass and maintain a Background Investigation to access the required information systems.
Requires operating application software including word-processing and spreadsheet programs.
Working knowledge of MS Access a plus.
Must have or be able to obtain and maintain a valid U. S. SECRET Security Clearance prior to deployment.
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.