Real Property Manager
IAP Worldwide Services - MacDill AFB, FL

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Reports To:

Plans/Programs Manager

Summary:

Position is responsible for performing work in the management of real property at MacDill Air

Force Base by applying knowledge of commonly applied principles, rules, instructions, and

practices to manage federally controlled property, develop acquisition documents, maintain and

update outgrants, perform space utilization surveys, and provide advice to Air Force

leadership.

Essential Job Functions:

(not limited to duties as described - performs related duties as requested)

1. Manage, plan, develop, organize, administer, and coordinate multiple, complex real estate

programs at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.

2. Oversees the overall planning, direction and timely execution of Air Force Real Property

Management Program Activities to include: (a) Developing project plans for each program; (b)

Identify short- and long-term goals and objectives; (c) Determine resource requirements; (d)

Prepare written plans and schedules; (e) Set milestones for accomplishing program goals; and

(f) Incorporate federal, state, and local regulatory requirements into program design,

implementation and evaluation.

3. Acquires interest in real property and use rights involving a combination of multiple

factors: (a) Determine requirements for specific projects and the nature of acquisitions; (b)

Negotiate cost effective and advantageous terms for the transaction; (c) Provide advice on fair

market value, method of acquisition, barriers inherent in certain types of ownership and other

complicating factors such as condemnation, seizure, etc.; (d) Research and prepare

assessments on preliminary value estimates and ownership issues; (e) Provide guidance on

realty matters to site selection teams; (f) Prepare programming documents with justification; (g)

Ensure all aspects of acquisition transactions are in the best interest of the installation, U.S. Air

Force, and the Department of Defense; and (h) Provide advice to senior management on realty

acquisitions and ensure all required coordination is obtained.

4. Determines need for and takes actions to outgrant property in a large metropolitan area to

include easements, leases, permits, etc., for use by large city governments, counties, state,

federal agencies, as well as private land owners. Prepares minor appraisals and rental

determinations. Drafts, negotiates, and completes all actions so that transactions are cost

effective and withstand close scrutiny from legal challenges. Determines if grantees are

complying with outgrant terms and takes action when compliance is not maintained. Provides

testimony on outgrants before governmental bodies (e.g., commissioners' court, city council,

etc.) and private land owners.

5. Disposes of excess buildings, facilities, or land involving significant complicating

factors. Disposal transactions involve numerous environmental concerns, limited or unstable

markets, unusual security problems, numerous public conveyance, extensive damages that

make the property difficult to sell, and/or significant economic impact on local real estate

markets. Prepares and processes declarations of excess and/or proposed facility disposal

actions. Participates in predisposal conferences. Works to create/enhance salability of property

and overcome lack of demand by ensuring pricing and administrative requirements present as

few barriers as possible. Performs detailed surveys and analysis of building conditions. Protects

installation interests by identifying specific easement or recapture rights to be retained upon

disposal. Prepares recommendations and justifications for the disposal of buildings,

facilities, or land.

6. Conducts extensive space utilization surveys involving unusual or special needs. Analyzes

requirements for compatibility, conformance with allowable criteria, and recommends changes.

Resolves problems covered within the terms of leases or other authorizing documents with

conditions such as equipment malfunctions (e.g., elevators, heating or air conditioning

system), building maintenance, building security, modifications in rental rates, and/or

unanticipated changes in space needs. Analyzes requests for space or services that may

include various kinds of concessions, services, public parks, recreation programs, and/or fish

and wildlife initiatives, etc. Determines use of all land, space in buildings, and other

facilities both on and off the base. Reviews and updates installation and off base site real

property accountability records. Prepares and maintains an auditable real property account.

7. Serves as technical advisor and consultant. Represents the installation at various

conferences, meetings, and negotiations with other federal, state, or local government

organizations concerning current realty programs, practices, and trends. Responsible for the

completion of all real property management functions. Provides interpretation of higher level

guidance. Develops local implementation procedures.

8. Provides data base administration duties for Interim Work Information Management System

(IWIMS), which accumulates cost for upward reporting requirements for the Air Force.

9. Provides data base administrator duties for ACES-RP(Real Property).

Education and Experience: (or equivalent)

Minimum:

3 – 5 years related experience with BA.

1 – 3 years related experience with MBA.

Desired:

2 years experience in Air Force Real Property Management or 5 years DoD Property Management

Graduate of Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) WMGT 424, Real Estate Property Management course

Knowledge and Skills:

Specific Knowledge: Knowledge of a wide range of complex Air Force/DoD real estate principles,

concepts, and practices. Knowledge of AF Civil Engineer automated processes (iWIMS & ACES-PR)

Skills Required: Strong organizational skills; Ability to gather, evaluate, and interpret data

to arrive at valid conclusions and offer meaningful recommendations; Use of MS Office (Word,

Excel, Power Point and Outlook)

Communication Skills: The ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing using

various formats, styles, and methods. Must speak fluent English. Ability to brief large

groups of military and civilian personnel.

Security Clearance:

Must hold a Secret Clearance.

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