The Harbor Department is seeking a Port Leasing Sales Officer IV or V to fill an open position in the Real Estate Division. Under general supervision, this position is responsible for managing the Port's real estate assets which includes negotiation and administration of real estate agreements and other contracts, as well as planning and implementing programs for the acquisition, development, property management, and disposition of real estate in accordance with all applicable laws, ordinances, rules, and regulations of federal, state, and local governmental authorities.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES
- Conducts lease negotiations and transactions for land and facilities; conducts market analyses of real property and renegotiates compensation on existing leases with Port tenants; analyzes the financial qualifications of prospective tenants; and handles complex projects.
- Researches, develops, manages, and monitors the activities of assigned leasehold properties and other real estate projects; participates in developing real estate program/project plans, real estate procedures and leasing guidelines; plans, organizes and implements work activities to meet established real estate goals and objectives; ensures program/project compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and regulatory agency requirements.
- Drafts staff reports summarizing real estate actions requiring Board of Harbor Commissioners approval; submits reports for Board consideration.
- Administers leases; interacts with other Port divisions to define the language of the lease; interacts with tenants or their legal representatives; receives, investigates and recommends resolution of tenant or public complaints; reviews and inspects tenancies for compliance with lease agreements.
- Reviews and evaluates financial pro forma and other financial analyses; analyzes opportunities and constraints for real estate development scenarios on Port land; supports multiple stakeholders during development projects; reports on development progress/results.
- Acquires land and property for the Port through negotiations with property owners, brokers or agents, or through the process of eminent domain; negotiates sale or transfer of Port assets and property rights.
- Prepares reports and drafts real estate documents; establishes and maintains a database inventory of the current status of all users and agreements of Port property.
- Represents the Port in meetings with tenants, developers, contractors, consultants, and officials from other jurisdictions; responds to a variety of real estate inquiries from internal and external sources, Port/City departments and outside agencies/organizations.
- Property Management
2+ to 5 years