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Property Representative 1 - RRS - BC Hydro

This is a Temporary, Full-time position.

Province: Burnaby, British Columbia
Position: Property Representative 1 - RRS
Deadline: June 10, 2022
Posted: May 31, 2022

Job Description / Duties

Source: BC Hydro
Job Title: Property Representative 1 - RRS
Job Number: BCH-T-9309-220525E1
Job Location: Edmonds A03, British Columbia, Canada

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* Arranges the sale, acquisition, lease and/or management of moderately complex properties or property rights ensuring that BC Hydro's requirements are met; researches and analyzes property rights, physical attributes and/or customer requests; determines financial impacts, feasibility and prepares reports and recommendations; prepares budget estimates for capital or operating
expenditures for acquisition projects; solicits interest via advertisements; arranges for, prepares and negotiates offers, terms and conditions with customers, property owners and others; prepares agreements, documentation and required approvals.
* Manages an assigned real estate leasing portfolio representing BC Hydro’s interests as a landlord or tenant by: renegotiating/reviewing lease agreements, managing the contractual relationships, and conducting site inspections; monitoring and advising tenants of breaches/financial or other agreement problems and following up to take appropriate corrective action and/or negotiate a resolution.
* Manages moderately complex BC Hydro’s utility corridor property interests, reservoir lands, fee owned lands and other interests; negotiates agreements; performs site inspections; reviews development and construction plans; ensures work is carried out in accordance with plans, agreements and safety requirements; follows up with property owners, developers and contractors on right of way encroachments where a safety hazard to public or BC Hydro works exists.
* Provides assistance and support to Property Representative 2’s and reporting Manager on major complex capital projects and proposals; undertakes assigned moderately complex task segments for project elements as a work package manager.
* Provides technical direction to contractors, professional consultants and Properties staff;
provides direction and instruction to Legal Services on the preparation, registration and release of various property rights and transactions; provides technical guidance and checks the work of Property Coordinators.
* Conducts research regarding legal, historic, economic, financial and political uses of land and rights related to various projects and proposals; prepares reports, supporting data and recommendations; follows up to implement approved recommendations.
* Reviews and approves contract payments to maintain BC Hydro property rights; approves
payment requisitions for other staff members within designated authority limits.
* Prepares and submits Crown land tenure, other permits and permissions, and Agricultural Land Commission applications as required.
* Performs duties of a minor nature related to the above duties that do not affect the nature of the job.

Qualifications / Required Skills

* University degree in the field of Business with a focus on real estate, Land Use or Resource Land Management; or 80% completion of a Diploma in Urban Land Economics or of a professional designation in one of the following: Accredited Appraiser Canadian Institute (AACI), Right of Way Professional (RWP), Senior Right of Way Professional (SR/WA), Certified Leasing
Officer (CLO) or a Professional RI designation from the Real Estate Institute of BC (REIBC).
* Four (4) years experience in progressively more responsible real estate related positions
involving the acquisition/sale of land, acquisition of property rights, appraisal report writing, analysis of various property transaction details, contracts administration and property rights and interest registration.
* Must hold a valid class five (5) driver's license.

Additional Information


This position is affiliated with the Movement of United Professionals union (MoveUP/COPE).
* A condition of employment for this job is that you maintain the following requirements in good standing: Driver's License Type = Class 5
* This FTT Property Representative 1 role is for one year and it is with the Reservoir Rights
Services team based out of Edmonds (Burnaby) A03. This is Full-Time Temporary position ends approximately May 2023.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
* Well developed ability to negotiate and complete the sale, acquisition, lease and/or management of moderately complex properties or property rights.
* Well developed ability and knowledge of property acquisition, sales and rights management processes and procedures.
* Excellent ability to research and analyze property ownership, rights and related interests.
* Ability to arrange for marketing and promotion of surplus land assets.
* Ability to perform financial analysis.
* Knowledge of Indigenous lands issues; knowledge of environmental issues related to property.
* Well developed ability to provide assistance and support on capital projects, proposals and
* Well developed ability to undertake and complete project task segments.
* Knowledge of project management and related processes.
* Well developed ability to read and understand plans and maps.
* Well developed oral, written, negotiation, interpersonal communication and analytical skills.
* Ability to manage an assigned real estate leasing portfolio.
* Ability to provide technical direction and training to others.
* Working knowledge of regulatory rules and regulations associated with land (such as Hydro Power and Authority Act, Land Title Act, Expropriation Act and Agricultural Commission Act).
* Knowledge of contract law and documentation related to the sale, lease or acquisition of rights
related to land and company assets.

Salary: TBA

Contact Information

1 800-224-9376