Watch our video and learn about our culture - WE ARE ADAMS! Although under the supervision of the Right-of-Way Supervisor, the successful candidate will customarily and regularly perform work that affects the right-of-way unit to a substantial degree, will carry out major assignments, and will have the authority to negotiate on significant matters concerning right of way. Such work will include a variety of technical duties in the search and review of deeds, titles, and legal descriptions necessary for property acquisition and assist in the negotiations for the acquisitions or use of property by the County.
Experience: Two (2) years of responsible title searching and examination, property acquisition, real property appraisal, reading, writing, and drafting legal descriptions and other related technical real estate work experience.
Education and Training:
High school diploma or GED equivalent required.
Bachelor's Degree in engineering, surveying, or a related field preferred.
License or Certificate:
Possession of a Land Surveyor-in-Training certification or better.
Possession of a valid driver's license.
Background Check: Must pass a criminal background check.
Additional Salary Information: Some of Our Amazing Benefits Include:
•11 paid holidays per year
•80 hours of vacation per year & 96 hours of sick leave per year
•Free on-site health clinic
•Free on-site fitness center
•Health, Dental & Vision Insurance
•Long Term & Short Term Disability
•Tuition reimbursement program
•Award-winning wellness program
•Amazing discount programs such as Verizon, AT&T, Water World and Elitch Garden
Internal Number: 03384
About Adams County Government
Adams County is located in northeastern Colorado. The county is 18 miles wide and 72 miles long, ranging from urban uses in the western portions of the county, to crop and grazing land in the central and eastern portions.
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Agricultural activities are the single largest land use throughout the county, accounting for more than three quarters of the land area. Most irrigated farm land is located in the northwest section of the county, where it is supported by an extensive network of canals. The central and eastern portions of Adams County, including the Town of Bennett, are agriculturally based.
The western section of the county includes a number of urbanized communities, including Brighton, Commerce City, Federal Heights, Northglenn, Thornton and portions of Arvada, Aurora and Westminster.