(800) 627 3697 info.eri@erieri.com
Are you working in compensation or HR? See our salary, cost-of-living, and executive pay applications in action. Try our free salary assessor demo.

Manager Surplus Property Salary
in New York-Manhattan, New York

$60,386 (USD)

Average Salary

$29/hr

Average Hourly

$2,041

Average Bonus

Salary Recap

The average pay for a Manager Surplus Property is $60,386 a year and $29 an hour in New York-Manhattan, New York, United States. The average salary range for a Manager Surplus Property is between $44,415 and $73,718. This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in New York-Manhattan, New York.

Average Salary Chart

Customize:
 
arrow_downward
Scroll for Salary Potential, Education and Skills
arrow_downward

Job Summary

Description:
  • Coordinates property procurement and maintenance activities, and negotiates with representatives to effect property transfers and sales, rental, and leasing contracts for government agency: reviews property-related data, such as inventories, budgets, planning reports, vendor brochures, and excess property and property request reports, to obtain information on property status, needs, and availability.
  • Writes, fills out, and reviews bids, contract specifications, purchase orders and estimates, and transfer forms to effect property transactions.
  • Contacts vendors and potential users, and inspects and inventories acquired and transferred property through visits to government installations and vendor sites.
  • Negotiates and confers with administrators, vendors, or users to effect agreement on property transfer details, such as price, model, packaging, transportation, land boundaries, or building layout.
  • Authorizes expenditures within specified limits for purchases of supplies and equipment, equipment repair and maintenance, and alterations to premises.
  • Fills government agency or other qualifying organization requests from surplus inventories, considering factors such as donation criteria, actual needs, and justification.
  • Prepares plans, standards, and specifications for building and equipment maintenance, repair, and inspection.
  • May be designated according to property involved as real-estate-utilization officer; state-surplus-commodity-and-property representative.
Manager Surplus Property Job Prevalence in New York-Manhattan, New York, United States

Job family: Managers, All Other

Job family population: 430,120

Estimated population of Manager Surplus Property jobs: 39,864

Rate of error: 0.6%

Salary Potential

Estimated salary in 2024:
$70,003
5 Year Change:
16 %

Education

Education data not available for this job

Skills

Skills data not available for this job

Manager Surplus Property Job Listings for New York-Manhattan, New York

Senior Regional Transaction Manager
Apr 5
New York, NY, USA
Resourcing Group
... properties. * Act a primary day-to-day contact on execution of brokerage efforts on behalf of the ... surplus space through subleasing, sale renewals, and early lease termination. * May lead project ...
Territory Marketing Manager
Mar 6
New York, NY, USA
The Varco Group
... company's surplus lines insurance product offerings. If you have an insurance marketing, field ... for the property and casualty insurance industry. Please visit our website or LinkedIn page to ...
Personal Lines Insurance - Habitation Underwriter - Queens
May 1
Queens, NY, USA
Johnson & Johnson
... a Risk Management and Insurance degree from an accredited college or an Associate in Underwriting or Associate in Surplus Lines Insurance or more than three years of Property and Casualty ...
ERI Economic Research Institute compiles the best salary, cost-of-living, and executive compensation survey data available.

Salaries By Location

Similar Job Titles

Are you an Employer?

Free Salary Assessor Product Demo
;
Are you an HR Professional?
Try our salary assessor and find out how much you should be paying
Explore our most popular jobs
View our most popular salary searches and other resources