Land Manager, Title Abstractor Landman, Title Landman
4 Year Degree
The Regional Title Manager supports various stakeholders internally and externally related to Title & Abstracting, Real Estate, Renewables, Oil and Gas and Accounting functions. They will respond to the needs of, and act as a liaison to, parties involved in these transactions, including: independent contractors, title search/examination staff, administrative staff, human resources and accounting department. The primary responsibility of this role includes, generating cost estimates, business development, building and managing project teams, and directly supporting clients.
Overall, we are looking for a self-motivated, highly organized individual with an excellent work ethic, attention to detail, and strong desire to identify creative solutions.
This position may be carried out from a remote location. Specific positions to be filled include an Appalachia Oil and Gas Title Manager, a South Eastern US Title Manager, and as well as some unmarketed positions.
Lead effective and profitable title projects
Prepare cost estimates and proposals in response to client requests under short order.
Distributes work assignments to project team members.
Makes employment related decisions including hiring, termination, performance evaluations and recommendations concerning compensation.
Makes independent decisions within established parameters on how best to approach creative solutions in meeting competing deadlines.
Requests and reviews invoices and related documentation necessary for project close out.
Builds strong client, internal and cross-functional relationships with key stakeholders to identify communication gaps and develop solutions.
Serves as primary contact point with clients on project updates and issues.
Engages current and prospective clients to further develop relationships in the pursuit of future work and overall growth of company at large.
Uphold Western Land’s Core values in all aspects of work.
Excellent customer service.
Participate in regular team and company meetings.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
3-5 years title experience required. Must be able to lead examiners working on projects, answer title related questions, make interpretations and/or decisions based on the title, etc.
At least 1-2 years’ experience in a management or leadership role is preferred.
College degree in business, management, land management, or related field highly preferred.
Demonstrated success in leading teams and coordinating work assignments in accordance with project timelines.
Positive attitude, flexibility to adjust to rapidly changing priorities, and ability to prioritize tasks simultaneously with a professional demeanor.
Superior written, verbal, and virtual communication abilities.
Strong organizational skills with attention to detail and follow-through.
Works well under pressure, meeting deadlines consistently.
Has a passion for learning and applying the knowledge to the current environment.
Ability to read and interpret maps.
Ability to interpret complex legal documents to obtain and understand legal property descriptions.
Technology proficient: Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, MS Teams, Google Docs familiarity, Adobe, and Zoom.