The Salvation Army

Property Analyst

Job Locations US-NY-New York
Job ID
2020-7495
Category
Administrative
Compensation Min
USD $58,500.00/Yr.
Compensation Max
USD $66,500.00/Yr.
Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

Under the guidance of the Director of Property Services, secure, analyze and process proposals and other related documentation in respect of both property maintenance and capital projects within the Greater New York Division, ensuring that the projects are undertaken and completed in a professional manner and to high standard. At all times, ensuring that the best interests of The Salvation Army are at the forefront of each and every project.

Responsibilities

  • Alterations, Renovations, Construction and other Property Related Projects: a) identification of the scope of work required for each particular project, b) identification of suitably qualified contractors/professionals, c) securing of contractor and/or professional services proposals, d) securing of required Divisional and Territorial approvals, e) securing and processing of necessary documentation in support of project commencement e.g. insurance certificates, AIA Agreements, Material Payments Bond, deposit/retainer invoices etc., f) oversight of work being undertaken – this will involve regular site visits and attendance at project progress meetings both in person and via authorized electronic means, g) processing of project revisions/change orders/additional work orders, h) verification and onward transmission for payment, of any and all invoices received; i) maintenance of project payments spreadsheet, j) maintenance and finalization of budget and capitalization documents.
  • Real Property: Ensure that the appropriate procedures are followed, and the necessary documentation is prepared for the sale, acquisition and/or donation of “Real Property”.
    Studies and Reports: Review and report to relevant individuals/departments the findings of architectural and engineering studies, appraisal reports, home inspections and environmental studies, that may influence The Salvation Army’s decision to proceed with proposed project.
    Inter Departmental Engagement: Where necessary, engage with other Divisional and Territorial Departments such as the Divisional Program, Contracts and Finance Departments and the Territorial Property, Risk Management and Legal Departments, to ensure amongst other things that: a) they have the necessary materials to support a submission to the Mission Alignment Council; b) they have secured the necessary approval(s) from the Mission Alignment Council to enable a project to be further progressed; c) legal documentation such as contracts, releases etc. have been reviewed for appropriateness/compliance with Salvation Army policies, d) any “Real Property” that forms part of an “Estate” is managed correctly, e) any projects having an environmental component are undertaken in line with Salvation Army standards/best practice; f) the necessary “Builders Risk Insurance” is in place before a project commences; g) the “Real Property Register” is updated to reflect any sales, purchases or donations of “Real Property”
  • Compliance Inspections: Participate in scheduled inspections of facilities, providing guidance regarding compliance with both City, State and Salvation Army standards.
  • Policies and Procedures: Communicate to both GNY personnel and other external entities/individuals, those Salvation Army policies and procedures that apply to the projects that they are engaged in.
  • Policies and Procedures: Communicate to both GNY personnel and other external entities/individuals, those Salvation Army policies and procedures that apply to the projects that they are engaged in.
  • Other Duties: At the direction of the Director of Property Services, the Secretary for Business and/or any other authorized Salvation Army personnel, undertake additional duties as required.

Qualifications

· Bachelor’s Degree with two years of experience in business environment – emphasis on Property and Construction related business environment; or b) four years of experience in a Property and Construction related business environment.
· Good interpersonal skills
· Good verbal and written communication skills.
· Experience/competency in the use of word processing and spreadsheet packages
· Ability to multi-task and cope with a steady project workload.

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