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This is a Permanent, Full-time position.
Province: Dunsmuir, British Columbia
Position: Property Coordinator 2 - ILS
Deadline: November 15, 2022
Posted: November 1, 2022
Job Description / Duties
Source: BC Hydro
Job Title: Property Coordinator 2 - ILS
Job Number: BCH-R-4158-221028E1
Job Location: Dunsmuir 12, British Columbia, Canada
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* Provides work leadership for the daily operation of the paralegal and property management function, systems and staff by: developing, recommending and implementing approved new or revised procedures to enhance productivity, efficiency and effectiveness; supervising staff and ensuring even distribution of workload according to work priorities.
* Acquires property rights by: evaluating requirements, feasibility and timing of various private land rights, acting as an agent for Telus; applying to various provincial and federal agencies for Crown and First Nation land rights; contacting and negotiating terms, conditions and rates within current provincial and/or federal guidelines for land rights.
* Analyzes and assigns to the Property Coordinator 1 complex land use requests and referrals from both internal and external customers and determines if the proposal/request requires further technical and/or engineering review. Drafts and prepares letters of permission to implement approved recommendation.
* Provides direction and instruction to those who approve land use applications, implement proposals/requests and communicate transmission and distribution safety requirements and property use details to applicants. Performs field checks and inspections of BC Hydro’s fee owned properties and rights of way related to proposals/requests and permitted uses granted by BC Hydro.
* Provides training, direction, advice and guidance to the Property Coordinator 1 in respect to the preparation and registration of standard and non-standard legal documents for the acquisition, management and disposal of properties or property rights, ensuring that BC Hydro’s requirements are met.
* Conducts research regarding sale, acquisition, and legal and historical uses of properties and property rights related to various projects, customers and other proposals; analyzes customer requests; arranges for, prepares and negotiates terms and conditions with internal customers and/or external parties; prepares agreements, documentation and required approvals; prepares reports, supporting data and recommendations.
* Conducts special research and analytical assignments.
* Provides technical guidance and training to internal customers and external parties on a variety of property related issues, processes and requirements; develops and prepares related training aids, manuals and seminar materials; coordinates and conducts training seminars for internal customers.
* Participates in the management of BC Hydro’s real estate leasing portfolio including telecommunications property rights, by: reviewing lease agreements and conducting site inspections both as landlord/tenant to ensure compliance with terms and conditions of agreements; monitoring and advising tenants of breaches/outstanding payments or other agreement problems and following up to take appropriate corrective action and negotiate a resolution.
* Reviews and approves financial documents to maintain BC Hydro property rights; approves payment requisitions for other staff members within assigned authority.
* Performs duties of a minor nature related to the above duties that do not affect the rating of the job.
* Supervisory skills, customer service, property law and property related legal documentation for acquisition, management and disposal of assets, legal and report writing, survey and mapping, search procedures for various databases and registry systems for private, Crown and First Nation rights, land research and analysis methods, procedures and techniques, negotiation, conflict resolution and presentation techniques and methods. Knowledge is typically acquired through completion of 3 years of the 4 year Urban Land Economics Diploma Program or equivalent. Computer skills are typically acquired through use of various internal and external databases and IT systems plus BC Hydro in-house courses.
* A minimum of 4 years experience as a Property Coordinator 1 or equivalent experience with a well developed and demonstrated knowledge of various land transactions, property law, right of way acquisition principles, legal property transaction documentation, processes, procedures and practices. Satisfactory performance on this job would take an additional 1-2 years to acquire the additional knowledge and skills to perform the full scope of job. Well developed oral, written, presentation, interpersonal communication, negotiation, conflict resolution, teamwork and analytical skills.
This position is affiliated with the Movement of United Professionals union (MoveUP/COPE).
* A valid class 5 driver's license held and maintained in good standing is required.
* This position is a part of the Indigenous Land Services team within the Properties department.
* This position is a hybrid flexible working role (2 days/week in office) located at 333 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver (12th Floor)
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