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ProfileLand Manager, Right of Way Duties: Communicates directly with the Client Representative and the Project Manager to report Land progress outlining problems with possible resolution to pertinent issues impeding project completion. Responsible for the overall project Land activities. Identifies negative trends, problem issues and implements resolution to reduce or eliminate adverse impacts on overall performance. Reviews Land requirements and develops a written Execution Plan for the implementation of the activities needed to meet those requirements. Assure that all Land personnel are orientated when assigned to the project; this may include planning, schedules, polices, guidelines, procedures, safety, emergency response, and quality assurance. Assigns tasks to each Land personnel and explains the requirements for documentation of those tasks. Provides document, record, and report forms and explains the proper completion, distribution, and timing for submittal of forms. Monitors the Land personnel’s performance of activities, completion of documentation, personal conduct, and work ethics. Evaluates these actions and provides guidance, coaching, motivation or discipline as necessary to reinforce their role on the project. Approves all Land personnel time and expenses. Monitors the overall Land tasks for compliance to project requirements. Identifies changes in work scope, variance in schedule or budgeted costs. Implements and documents the necessary actions to incorporate work changes and if possible maintain progress schedules and budgeted costs. Provide guidance and supervision to Land Supervisors to assure all procedures and policies are being adhered to. Provide guidance and supervision to Title Supervisors and/or title personnel as required in abstracting analysis, identification of necessary title curative work, and related documentation to record the process. Provide guidance and supervision to Land Permit Coordinators and/or personnel in securing non-environmental permits, licenses, and obtaining the various approvals required for project construction. Provide guidance and supervision to Document Coordinators and/or Document Specialist in Land information management and control of related documents, records, and reports. Review and approve pertinent documentation for accuracy, content, as well as consistent formatting before distribution. Provide guidance and supervision (when they are a direct report) to Land Representatives in the area of land values, contact and offer strategies, negotiation strategies, guidelines and limitations to owner’s construction stipulations, construction damage and repair policies and the related documentation to record the process. Ensure the maintenance of documentation, within each area of responsibility, for the following: Daily, weekly and monthly status reports. Progress by county, state, and total project within each agent’s area of responsibility. Ensure the transfer of project field records to the client and to office in accordance with quality procedures upon project completion. Complete a Personnel Performance Evaluation form on all Land personnel upon termination or job completion of their assignment. Release assigned personnel as they complete their duties and responsibilities, inform the Manager of Land Services of their release. Adhere to project Safety Plan.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: A JD Degree in real estate law desirable or a Bachelor Degree in business administration is a plus. IRWA member with completed course work, Real Estate Licenses a plus. Proficient in Microsoft Office products, including spreadsheet and word processing. Experience in Land Database Systems. Knowledge of office administration. Experience in managing large projects with multiple office locations. Multiple years of experience in the Land business with multiple years in a supervisory position. Experience in managing FERC Projects. Ability to demonstrate initiative and assertiveness, the ability to plan and manage work in an efficient manner, and the ability to work well under stress and time pressures. Must be detail oriented and have excellent analytical and quantitative skills. Must be knowledgeable in the methods and techniques for performing Land Services activities. Must possess competent knowledge and skills in land description and terminology, surface and subsurface rights, Land document analysis, and have excellent negotiation skills. Creativity, foresight and mature judgment to identify and resolve business, technical and administrative related problems with Land services. Must have strong verbal and written communication skills and be able to communicate clearly and concisely to prepare reports, specifications, applications, and correspondence.
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