Real Property Appraiser II
We are looking for a Real Property Appraiser II!
The purpose of this classification is to perform specialized administrative/technical work functions associated with the appraisal of real property or other property for tax assessment purposes.
- Assists with setup and compilation of the annual property tax digest.
- Prepares and assists in the preparation and development of various schedules and indexes including land pricing schedules, market indexes, ratio studies, and improvement pricing tables.
- Analyzes the real property market to identify market status of County neighborhoods and identify potential new indices and land schedules.
- Coordinates the establishment of appraisal boundaries to define neighborhoods for market analysis; analyzes sales ratio data and edits, qualifies, or disqualifies the data as appropriate.
- Assists with the yearly audit of the real property digest by the State Revenue Department; and ensures compliance with Local, State and Federal codes, requirements, and regulations.
- Participates in the mass appraisal and revaluation of all real property in the County; compiles and analyzes all information needed to determine and calculate property values; calculates appraised property values for tax digest.
- Meets with property owners or their representatives in order to exchange information and discuss appraisals; and assists in performing appraisals of other classes of property.
- Locates and identifies residential and rural real property, referring to various maps, property indexes, directories, and other documents.
- Travels throughout the County as scheduled to inspect for additions/improvements.
- Performs site inspections of property; measures property size, shape, square footage, etc.; collects data relative to number of rooms, type of construction, age, and other conditions effecting values; records data; prepares property sketches; makes calculations and applies such data to appraisals of specific buildings.
- High School Diploma or equivalent.
- Two (2) years of experience in Property Appraisal or a related field.
- Candidates may qualify with any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.
- Must be able to obtain and maintain a valid Appraiser II certification.
- Must complete forty hours of prescribed continuing education in the field every two years.
- Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license.
- Health/Major Medical
- Long Term Disability
- Employer-Paid Pension
- Paid Holidays
- Paid Vacation- Annually
- Paid Sick
- Incentive Pay & Longevity Pay
- Free Wellness Clinic