REALS Intern

CAPIP Undergraduate Internship

Recruitment #210909-CAPU-10

Introduction

All students interested in internships must have received prior notification of eligible intern status in order to apply for internship vacancies.  If you have not received prior eligibility approval as an Executive Fellow Intern, please complete the initial CAPIP application here before applying for this vacancy.

Minimum Qualifications Requirements include: Currently pursuing a bachelor’s in business, real estate, or related field.
 
The Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) is dedicated to providing excellent service, expert guidance, and continuous improvement in support of our partners’ goals. We are a highly-qualified workforce committed to serve those who serve Oklahomans and make government run in the most efficient, innovative manner possible. Achieving this mission takes a collaborative, agile, respectful team with humble leaders who make a difference and get things done.

For more information about OMES, please visit our website.

OMES is seeking an REALS Intern for the Capital Assets Management/REALS. This is an unclassified position in state government, located in Oklahoma City. The hourly rate for this position is up to $15.00 based on education and experience. 

The Real Estate and Leasing Services (REALS) intern will be responsible for assisting with the Strategic Real Estate Plan, which may include research, analyzing data, and creating presentations.  The vision for the Strategic Real Estate Plan is to drive Oklahoma to telework adoption, capitalize on space management through implementing statewide telework standards and goals, invest in our state’s real estate assets, and implement a central asset management information system.
 
Position Responsibilities
• Assisting with Strategic Real Estate Plan including benchmarking, establishing baseline data, research best practices.
• Generating and reconciling reports.
• Easement research and reporting.
• Reconciling county property data with state inventory.
• Geocoding real property locations to provide geographical coordinates to a location for mapping. 
• Research available information on the web and through business representatives to build comparative real estate information. 

Physical Demands and Work Environment
This position works in a comfortable office setting for a large percentage of the work day.

The noise level in the work environment is usually mild.

This position requires may include walking, sitting, standing and touring state property.