TREC Executive Director / TALCB Commissioner (1908-38-AMS)
Job Vacancy Announcement
This position serves as both the executive director for the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) and the commissioner for the Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board (TALCB), hereinafter referred to as “executive director.” The executive director performs highly advanced administrative and organizational management activities and must be an experienced, established leader with a solid breadth of expertise. The position reports directly to both TREC and TALCB (each with 9 appointed members) and works under their direction with the latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment as determined by the commissioners and board members. The executive director serves at the will of the TREC commissioners.
Together, TREC and TALCB are a self-directed semi-independent (SDSI) agency, collectively and hereinafter referred to as the “Agency.” TREC licenses and regulates real estate brokers and sales agents, home inspectors, easement and right-of-way agents, residential service companies, timeshare developers, and education providers. TALCB is an independent subdivision of TREC that licenses and regulates real estate appraisers and appraisal management companies as required under state and federal law.
The successful candidate will have a proven record of leading organizations and managing change in a complex environment while balancing stakeholder interests through proactive communication.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university.
- Five years’ executive management experience in a state regulatory agency or similar organization
- Two years’ experience working directly with legislative bodies, commissions and/or boards
Management and Executive Leadership:
Judgment and Character:
- Advanced degree in a relevant field from an accredited college or university, including M.B.A, J.D. or L.L.M, or M.P.A.
- Five years’ work experience in the real estate industry
- Five years’ work experience in the real estate appraisal industry
- Completion of the Governor’s Executive Development Program
- Directs the day-to-day operations of the Commission and the Board, including oversight of major, complex, and functionally-related areas organized into multiple departments and/or divisions
- Oversees the Agency financial resources, including the preparation of annual budgets and long-range forecasting and fiscal planning
- Maintains a high quality of customer service to license holders and members of the public
- Leads the Agency’s strategic planning process and implementation of strategic plans
- Leads efforts in pursuit of the goals, objectives, and mission of the Agency
- Provides information, advice, and counsel to Commissioners and Board Members in the planning, development, and operation of Agency services; keeps the Commissioners and Board Members informed on policy issues and operations of interest across the Agency
- Represents the Agency in meetings with legislators, legislative staff, and other legislative liaisons; provides testimony before legislative committees
- Represents and speak on behalf of the Agency before stakeholder groups, trade organizations, and other entities or members of the public
- Supervises the work of others, including staff at the executive level and/or management level
- Performs other duties as directed by the Commission or Board
Cover letter explaining how your experience ties into this position and your desired salary
Environmental & Physical Conditions: Normal office work environment, mostly sedentary in nature. May involve walking; standing; remaining stationary for long periods of time; pulling and pushing; kneeling, stooping and bending; and safely lifting and carrying items weighing up to 30 pounds. Work involves extensive telephone usage and repetitive hand/wrist/finger motions while using the computer.
Submit a complete (no blanks) State of Texas Employment Application along with a cover letter, resume, and DD-214 or DD-1300 (if applicable) to: email@example.com or 512-936-3547 (fax). Applications may be submitted via WorkInTexas; however, the additional documents must be submitted to Human Resources prior to being considered for an interview.
Applications will not be considered until all required documentation is received by TREC/TALCB.
Military Crosswalk Information: http://www.hr.sao.texas.gov/Compensation/MilitaryCrosswalk/MOSC_ProgramManagement.pdf
Tawana Hood, Human Resources 512-936-3604