$37.12-$53.52 Hourly / $2,598.33-$3,746.30 BiWeekly /
WORKING LEAD LEVEL: Incumbents at this level report to a supervisory level class and are assigned full time lead responsibility for a unit with a minimum of two (2) other employees while performing unit work activities. Assigned lead responsibilities may include supervisory type activities outlined below in the first paragraph under the Examples of Duties section. For supervisory type duties performed by incumbents in this class the final/"sign-off" authority is vested in the supervisory level employee to whom the incumbent reports.
ADVANCED WORKING LEVEL: Incumbents at this level perform the most complex tasks within a unit where work must clearly exceed the norm. Highly advanced functions must be performed over 50% of the time and are defined as either:
1) preparing complex appraisals and/or evaluating appraisals submitted by staff OR
2) project coordination in the Department of Transportation, Project Coordination Unit. Incumbents must:
a) perform field investigations,
b) inspect properties to establish scope of projects OR
c) perform as project coordinator across units to provide expertise and guidance in purchase and management of property rights.
Class use is on a limited or exceptional basis.
WORKING LEAD LEVEL: As assigned by a supervisor distributes, prioritizes, oversees and reviews office unit work; provides staff training and assistance; conducts or assists in conducting performance evaluations; acts as liaison with operating units, agencies, consultant staffs and other outside officials regarding unit office policies and standards; prepares reports and correspondence; performs related duties as required.
ADVANCED WORKING LEVEL: Leads or participates in field investigations and negotiations necessary for purchase, lease or tenant occupancy of land, buildings, other improvements, easement rights or revenue development; prepares commercial leases, agreements, deeds and related documents; oversees relocation activities and makes suggestions as to appropriate courses of actions; prepares appraisals of real property to be acquired, sold or leased; prepares cost estimates, title searches, deeds and condemnation documents; inspects designated properties to determine scope of projects and areas to be affected; testifies in court in condemnation proceedings to sustain values recommended; recommends alterations where such changes will result in a more reasonable award to property owners; supervises disposal of excess properties through transfer to other state agencies or formal or informal bids to the public; monitors tenant compliance with lease agreements; establishes and maintains liaison with engineers, engineering consultants, municipal agencies and other state agencies in connection with property appraisal and acquisition activities; may review appraisals submitted by staff or fee appraisals for conformance to proper valuation techniques; may be assigned special projects; may supervise rental and leasing of state owned properties, may develop and manage specific properties or leases to enhance revenue production; performs related duties as required.