Real Estate Attorney
|Work Schedule:||Full Time|
|Salary:||$89,033 – $155,500
GS-13 - GS-15
|Location:||Washington, DC metropolitan area|
Real Estate attorneys assist the Central Intelligence Agency with federal real estate leasing acquisitions and, to a lesser extent, a wide variety of real estate transactions including purchases, interagency land transfers, easement issues, license agreements and preparing lease status reports, subordination and novation agreements. The position involves assisting in the structuring, negotiation and documentation of real estate transactions using applicable real estate regulations and laws including the Federal Management Regulation (FMR) and the General Services Administration Acquisition Manual (GSAM), in addition to other real estate authorities.
The attorney would regularly assist on all aspects of new lease acquisitions, including compliance with the competition in contracting act, lease amendments, succeeding leases and superseding leases. The attorney would also be involved in lease administration issues and disputes between landlords and tenants. Good negotiation skills and the ability to work with demanding clients on interesting issues are mandatory. Some knowledge of federal appropriations law is desired. The attorney would be the sole legal counsel for the real estate group. The attorney may also be asked to assist in government procurement matters as time permits.
Minimum requirements: Graduation from an ABA-accredited law school and active bar membership from any of the 50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, or the US Virgin Islands are required. OGC requires the submission as attachments of a cover letter, resume, law school transcript, legal writing sample, and the names and telephone numbers of three legal references.
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