Real Estate Subject Matter Expert
This individual will be responsible for resolving complex real estate issues and providing expert guidance in the area of real estate to support the client's mission. The real estate subject matter expert (SME) will conduct a wide range of real estate actions such as acquisition, permitting, and licensing in support of both new construction and maintenance and repair of client's tactical infrastructure projects and program. The real estate SME will provide "full-time" support to a federal agency's real property program management offices located in Washington, DC. Responsibilities This position will serve as a real estate SME responsible for assisting a federal agency manage its real estate requirements/portfolio. The SME will evaluate client requirements and identify and execute the necessary real estate requirements. The SME will lead negotiations for land-use agreements such as licenses from private landowners and permits from other government agencies. The SME will facilitate meetings to develop and execute appropriate real estate strategies. Qualifications Bachelor's degree required 10+ years' experience in federal property real estate program support. Demonstrated ability to effectively work in both a team environment and an independent setting. Experience in one or more of the following areas: Development of project requirements documents or project management plans for real estate actions for large projects Preparation of decision briefs and develop appropriate real estate documents Cost estimating and scheduling; Federal budget planning and development; Familiarity in one or more of the following areas: MSOutlook, MSWord, MSExcel and MSPowerPoint Applicants selected for this position will be subject to a comprehensive government security investigation must meet eligibility requirements for access to sensitive information. The background investigation includes financial, criminal, residential, educational, foreign affiliation, and employment verifications. Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and/or Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) training preferred but not required. Moderate travel may be required.