an extensive real estate acquisition and land management program involved in
the civil works development of the Great Lakes basins for flood control,
navigation, recreation, and water conservation, and support for real estate
activities within the boundaries of the basin and special acquisition projects
for other government agencies.
and is actively involved in project scope, time, cost, and quality issues to
meet customer/partner expectations.
organizes the broad phases and determines general policies, technical
requirements, and methods of accomplishing the work program.
planning and work accomplishment with that of other divisions of the district,
higher echelons, other government agencies and private interests, through
correspondence and consultation.
directives, instructions, policies and procedures and determines methods of
application to the work program.
staff supervision of real estate activities for the District.
participates in the negotiations for acquisition, management, and disposal of
real estate involving complex agreements, and dealings with high officials of
corporations and government.
delegated authority for the commander in negotiating and executing options,
leases, sales and other contractual agreements and documents.
the necessary managerial planning and studies for the administration of the
real estate program, such as preparing annual and special budgets, initiating
reports on status of work progress, issuing local policies and establishing
operating procedures, attending staff conferences, handling personnel matters,
and other similar items pertaining to the operation of a large staff and line
provides for both long-range and short-term training and assists employees in
career development. -Recommends personnel actions, promotes incentives, and
maintains good employee communications and relations.
employees informed, counsels employees when necessary or requested, and
administers constructive discipline.