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Realty Technician - Level 1 Position Overview: This position serves as a Realty Technician providing support to the Real Property Services Projects Technical Support Supervisor within Real Property Services Projects. This position supports the technical work provided by Real Property Support Services in support of capital and expense workload related to acquisition and property management. This po...
Realty Technician - Level 2 Position Overview: This position serves as a Realty Technician 2 providing support to the Real Property Services Project Technical Support Supervisor within the Real Property Services Department. This position generally involves office work but can require field work to support Realty Specialists within their respective regional offices. This position can involve overni...
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