The City of Austin is now accepting applications for two Property Agent Senior positions.  These positions will be responsible for the sale of City-owned property and/or commercial leasing and property management in the Special Projects, Leasing and Property Management area in the Office of Real Estate Services.

Job Description:

The Property Agent Senior job description is available HERE.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Graduation with a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in a field related to the job, plus four (4) years of experience in a related field to real estate activities such as buying, selling, mortgage lending, commercial banking/commercial real estate, property management, real estate paralegal experience, or title conveyance.
  • Experience may substitute for education up to four (4) years.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience working with local, state, and/or federal government in a real estate capacity.
  • Experience negotiating lease terms and/or sales contracts.
  • Experience analyzing and interpreting real estate leasing documents and/or sales contracts.
  • Experience communicating complex terms or issues to a diverse range of stakeholders including but not limited to Executive Management, Directors, Boards, Commissions, public groups, and property owners.
  • Experience creating complex reports with MS Excel.

Those interested in applying may do so on eCareer at: : .

Posting dates:  Opens October 31, 2017 and closes November 15, 2017.


Utility Coordinator

LOCHNER is looking to hire a Utility Coordinator that can be located in Tyler, Austin, or Houston.


  • Measures, coordinates and calculates payments such as betterment ratios, eligibility percentages, supplements, market value comparisons and relocation costs.
  • Meets with utility representatives to explain the utility accommodation policy and relocation and reimbursement processes, negotiate, answer questions and to resolve problems.
  • Monitors the installation/removal, adjustment or relocation of utilities.
  • Performs legal and technical review analysis of schematics, utility adjustment plans and cost estimates, maps, surveys, field notes, property descriptions, titles and deeds.
  • Prepares utility adjustment assembly folder to include all pertinent data and handout materials; prepares report for approval.
  • Reviews agreements, plans, specifications and billings submitted by the utility companies.


  • Familiar with TxDOT Utility Accommodation Manual.
  • Familiar with standard procedures relative to utility planning, construction and engineering fundamentals.
  • Right of way policies, procedures and terminology.
  • Principles of utility coordination and associated terminology.
  • Responsible for legal property descriptions.
  • Maintains effective working relationships with individuals and groups.
  • Reads and interprets applicable plans, schematics, blueprints and maps.
  • Basic mathematical fundamentals.
  • Prepares and maintains records, files and reports.

If interested, please submit resumes and cover letter online at:


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