Under limited supervision, research real estate matters on a case-by-case basis for the Planning and Zoning Division. Analyze chain of title and zoning data. Interpret surveys. Perform difficult problem solving.
Employee will determine compliance with State Senate Bill 35 and review the chain of title for a property. Employee will determine if any changes to the legal description have occurred and if these changes meet subdivision requirements and will conduct site analysis for compliance with zoning resolution. The candidate will be required to consider title commitments, building permits, well permits, access easements and assessor data and review prior county processes for the subject property. Determine if case is complete and all conditions are met. Compare final approval to current legal description and property conditions. Review any prior real estate court decision involving the subject property. Pull complete case from court records and determine if the Board of County Commissioners were notified of the litigation. Review decrees and orders to consider for parcel legality. Document all findings in a staff summary. Communicate verbally and in writing with staff and property owner.
Bachelor's degree in planning or geography or an equivalent and a mininim of one year work related experience, or any equivalent combination of education and experience on a year-for-year basis.
Extensive knowledge and experience in title and survey research is preferred.
Must have a valid driver's license. If from out of state, must obtain a valid Colorado driver's license within 30 days of hire date. In order to be approved, must have no major violations in the past three years.
Jefferson County, CO - 14 months ago