Property Manager I, II, and III
State of Hawaii Dept. of Transportation, Airports Division
- Real Estate
Immediate vacancies for Property Manager I, II, and III are located in both Hilo and Kona
Immediate vacancy for Property Manager III is also located in Maui
Property Manager I
This is the entry trainee level class where an incumbent receives training in the principles and practices, theories, methods and techniques of real property management and the basic techniques of negotiating for the leasing of real properties. An incumbent receives orientation with respect to policies and objectives, and administrative and technical regulations, procedures and techniques applicable to the work.
An incumbent of a position in this class contributes to the productive output of the program to which assigned, working under close supervision and receiving detailed written and oral instructions with each assignment.
Specific instructions as to the information to be obtained and procedures and work methods to be followed are outlined at the time each assignment is made. Assistance of higher grade property managers is readily available at all times for solution of problems and work is frequently checked during progress. Completed work is thoroughly reviewed for adequacy, accuracy of findings and adherence to instructions. Progress is frequently evaluated to determine an employee's potential for higher-level work.
Property Manager II
This class reflects the advanced trainee level through which the trainee advances as part of his progression to performance as an independent worker. An incumbent of this class receives advanced training in and applies the principles, practices, methods and techniques of property management in the management of real properties and facilities.
The simple and/or recurring assignments are performed under general supervision but each new or more difficult assignment is performed under close supervision with detailed written or oral instructions. In any case, completed work is thoroughly reviewed for adequacy, accuracy and adherence to instructions. Progress is frequently evaluated to determine an employee's potential for higher-level work.
Property Manager III
This class reflects responsibility for independently performing work of average scope and complexity in the management of real properties and facilities. Work assignments of average scope and complexity are characterized by: (1) ready access to comparison data; (2) availability of sufficient data to analyze and make recommendations; (3) controversial problems are not present. Work assignments described as typical of this level are usually performed under general supervision, with the incumbent's recommendations normally being accepted. More complex assignments typical of the next higher level may be performed by a position in this class with closer supervision, review and assistance readily available from a higher-level property manager.
Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a BA or higher, or any equivalent combination of training and experience.
Experience: For Property Manager I, zero (0) years of experience needed. For Property Manager II, one-half (½) year of experience needed. For Property Manager III, one and one-half years (1½) years of experience needed; such experience includes the employment of real estate management principles, including real property valuation, establishment of rental rates, selection of tenants, protection and maintenance of real property, manager-tenant relations, and preparation for and solicitation of bids for the use of real property
Skills: Negotiate the leasing of property; apply different methods or techniques of property management; able to follow verbal and written instructions; able to communicate clearly in writing and to speak effectively.
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