Right of Way Permitting Agent

Cerritos, CA
Full Time
Experienced

Coates Field Service, Inc. is seeking an experienced Right of Way Permitting Agent for pipeline projects located in the Cerritos, CA area.  No per diem is available for this position. Local candidates preferred. The successful candidate will have excellent communications skills, good computer, and technical skills for this fast-paced position.

 

*Local Candidates Only. No Per Diem Available. *

 

Overview of Duties:

 

  • Coordinates consultations with local officials, inspectors, and assessors to determine which permits and licenses they will need, and organizes and delivers all the required documents for obtaining permits
  • Permitting experience, a plus. Roads, excavation, flood control.
  • Contacts landowners throughout the system for a series of acquisition or construction tasks
  • Determine ownership from in-house (client) records and online public records
  • Landowner encroachment mitigation on existing rights of way
  • Explains project to landowners and answers their questions
  • Documents all contact with landowners (mail, telephone, e-mail, personal visits)
  • Assimilates contact information and project activities, enters details into project database
  • Secures permission from landowner for several types of surveys and studies on and across public or private lands
  • Negotiates for option agreements, easements, tenant’s consents, access, temporary construction, and related agreements
  • Secures required subordination agreements
  • Obtains maps and tax roll information
  • Secures ownership information from variety of sources
  • Records legal documents in appropriate county offices
  • Provides liaison between landowner and other contractors such as construction crews, inspectors, surveyors, archaeologists
  • Settles damages before, during and after construction
  • Maintains assigned parcel files from beginning to end of project
  • Testifies in condemnation and other proceedings as expert witness

 

Specialized knowledge/education required:

 

  • In-depth knowledge of legal terminology that applies to land acquisition and permitting
  • Capable of completing legal documents and forms such as easements and agreements
  • Knowledge of the sequence of processes required to complete acquisition
  • Ability to plot metes and bounds descriptions of property and read a variety of maps, electronic and paper
  • Ability to read and analyze engineering drawings and right of way plans to properly explain the taking
  • The ability to read, understand and communicate property valuation information to landowners, as contained in formal real estate appraisals prepared by professional state certified appraisers.
  • The further ability to render independent land value judgments and determine when compensation beyond the value outlined in an appraisal is justified
  • Proficient in programs necessary to maintain documentation and produce reports
  • Understands technology of projects well enough to explain and discuss with property owners
  • Skilled in variety of research methods, particularly internet, courthouse, and recorded documents
  • Knowledge of how to determine valuations of crops, trees, pastures, etc. for damage settlement
  • Completion of courses relating to current issues and processes, as sanctioned and/or offered by the International Right of Way Association

 

Women, minorities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Coates is an EOE.

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