Do you want to make a true difference in the world? Come join our team.
Feeling ready for a career that gives you the freedom to openly live out your values, foster your spiritual life, AND excel at your work? Do you desire to work where you personally will make an eternal impact on the world? As you look around, you may notice our societal underpinnings, cultural norms, and our overall ethos in America no longer supports and buoys up those seeking to follow Christ. At this pivotal point in history, there is an amazing opportunity to rediscover the power of the Gospel and to bring people to the saving grace and abundance of life in Jesus Christ. If you feel a tug on your heart to live on mission for the glory of the Father, wed love to meet you.
The Mission of the Archdiocese of Denver:
The Archdiocese of Denver exists so that in Jesus Christ all might be rescued and have abundant life, for the glory of the Father.
At the Archdiocese of Denver Pastoral Center, we seek to live this mission by living the following values. You will be love working here if you aspire and strive to live these.
Abide in Relationship: Having become sons and daughters of the Father in Baptism, we grow in relationship with him and our neighbor.
Be the Cavalry: Our desire is to build up Gods Kingdom and to rescue our neighbor. The work to be accomplished is ours. No army is coming; we are the cavalry.
Confound the World: We recognize were on mission to proclaim the power of the Gospel in the modern wilderness, a hostile land which requires courage in the face of opposition. Our joyful, countercultural witness perplexes the world and plants seeds of curiosity about its origin.
Key Job Responsibilities (and KPIs for each: what success looks like in this role):
The position provides specialized assistance in several aspects of Archdiocesan real estate matters, as well as general support for the Director of Real Estate and Director of Construction.
Departmental Liaison for Communications
o Functions as the primary information intake and dissemination resource person to parishes and third parties;
o Handles a variety of inquiries regarding a wide range of land, building, and historical matters relating to archdiocesan and parish properties, and responds to routine inquiries and requests, either verbally or in writing.
o Responsible for assisting in preparation of real estate transaction documents, leases and other miscellaneous real estate documents for review by Development Manager;
o Oversight and coordination of real estate closings with Development review.
Due Diligence and Research Responsibilities
o Order and do initial review of title commitment and related documents;
o Conduct preliminary review of surveys and other due diligence reports, while working with the Director and consultants to coordinate changes, corrections, etc.
Property Tax Affairs
o Assistance with preparation and filing applications for tax exemption for real and personal property in parish and/or Archdiocese ownership;
o Coordination and management assistance with annual filing of tax exempt property reports for archdiocesan, parish, and Catholic Charities properties;
o Possible coordination of payment for taxable properties at both the parish and archdiocesan levels.
o Researching and utilizing electronic management systems and on-line resources to assist with tax filing streamlining.
o Maintain and revise a weekly departmental project report;
o Maintain a lease expiration calendar and contact parishes and tenants regarding renewals, extensions, etc.;
o Provide basic administrative support in the areas of file maintenance, processing of bills and receipts, and mail handling.
o Continuous upload and filing of pertinent real estate documents into Real Estate Database.
o Assist in data management and report preparation.
~ Assist the Real Estate Development Director with specific projects as requested.
Other Duties As Assigned
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:
Associate or Undergraduate degree is desirable, with relevant work experience in real estate.
High school graduate or GED required. Additionally, must have relevant work experience in real estate and knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel as well as proficiency in searching public records electronically.
COMPETENCIES and QUALIFICATIONS:
Have a positive and supportive attitude toward the Catholic Church, her teachings, and her work;
~ Refrain from public promotion or approval of any conduct or lifestyle that would reflect discredit or disgrace on, or cause scandal in relationship to, the Archdiocese of Denver, or considered to be in contradiction with Catholic doctrine or morals; Broad-based work experience in the public sector, preferably involving legal matters, real estate, or public relations;
A knowledge of real estate principles and terminology;
The ability to use Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel, data management and on-line tools;
Creativity and quick intellect and an analytical mind;
A flexible personality which enables the candidate to work well with various members of the religious community at large, all levels of staff within the Pastoral Center, and businesses within the community;
Pragmatic problem-solving skills and a cooperative, service-oriented attitude and a commitment to teamwork.