This position manages the real estate interests of the New Mexico State Game Commission by facilitating land purchases, easements, leases, agreements, surveys and appraisals in accordance with the Department of Game & Fish Strategic Plan, state laws, regulations, policies, and procedures. Responsibilities also include the management of an informational system of property interests to include deeds, plats, mineral rights, water rights, easements, and agreements. This position has contractual responsibilities related to land surveys and appraisals, and is the main point of contact regarding real property with the Department Administration, legal staff, land and wildlife managers, and GIS specialists.
Bachelor's degree in planning, architecture, business administration, public administration or political science.
2 years experience to include urban, transportation or infrastructure planning, real estate, commercial or public land usage, grant management, procurement, working with contracts, right of way appraisal, inter-agency coordination, engineering design, business administration and/or economics.
Any combination of education from an accredited college or university in a related field and/or experience in this occupation totaling six (6) years may substitute for the required education and experience.