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Appraiser I|II Flex

  • ... Juneau ,Downtown,, Alaska, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 34.19 per hour
  • Posted on: Feb 01, 2024       Expires on: Mar 17, 2024

Appraiser I|II Flex   

JOB TITLE:

Appraiser I|II Flex

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Juneau ,Downtown, Alaska United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Are you looking for an awesome growth opportunity in the Appraiser Division of the Finance Department within the City & Borough of Juneau?! Then the Appraiser I/II Flex position is for you!

WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR
A successful Appraiser for the Assessors Office will demonstrate:

Excellent critical thinking skills and attention to detail

A desire to be a member of a strong team

Excellent analytical skills

Dependability and reliability

Ability to know the details and see the big picture

Intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft Office products

Excellent communication and teamwork skills


WHAT IS IT LIKE TO WORK ON OUR TEAM

The Assessors Officer is a busy office working directly with residents, businesses, tourists and other members of the public with questions about Juneau! The Assessor and team are actively working to improve processes and streamline workflows as well as serve our Juneau Community fairly and effectively.

WHAT THE CBJ CAN OFFER YOU:

In this position you will receive a competitive salary package that includes the opportunity for regular pay increases, 12 paid holidays a year, an excellent health insurance program that includes medical, dental, vision and orthodontia care options, paid leave and retirement credit through PERS (Public Employees Retirement System).

We value the health and well-being of our employees.
The CBJ provides free parking, paid time off for parent teacher conferences, the ability to participate in a robust wellness program that includes discounts to CBJ recreational centers and local fitness programs, free bi-annual health screenings, free flu shots, free classes, challenges and webinars on healthy living to assist you with achieving work/life balance.

WORKING HOURS AND LOCATION

This position worksMonday through Friday, 8am 4:30pm.
Your office would be located in downtown Juneau in the Municipal Way Building.

DESCRIPTION OF WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING

APPRAISER I RESPONSIBILITIES

This is the entry/trainee professional level working under the general supervision of a higher level appraiser.
Supervisors define the work assignments, regularly monitor work progress and provide specific instruction and feedback.
Work is intended to familiarize employees with the policies and procedures of the department and requires the application of basic principles of property appraisal in an on-the-job environment.
Incumbents receive on-the-job and formal training for a period of one to two years.

Typical responsibilities include the following (as the incumbent becomes familiar with the principals, methods, and techniques used, the following duties will be assumed under supervision):

  • Assists the Appraiser II with field inspections.
  • Performs on-site inspections of residential and commercial property, including new construction, to obtain property market information and valuing the parcel at its full market value as of January 1st every year.
  • Obtains building specifications, dimensions and square footage.
  • Determines the quality of construction, workmanship and materials used.
  • Calculates the physical, functional and/or external depreciation.
  • Obtains financial data for commercial property income calculations.
  • Obtains any other property data necessary to apply the cost, market and/or income valuation methods; takes photographs.
  • Prepare technical reports and spreadsheets.
  • Becomes knowledgeable regarding field inspections to work independently.
  • Becomes knowledgeable regarding imputing information into the Assessmentdatabase to work independently.
  • Keeps abreast of new laws affecting property assessments
  • Becomes knowledgeable regarding office procedures and policies.
  • Assist with field reviews and workups during the Appeal Process.
  • Assists in preparation for the Board of Equalization appeal process.
  • Other related duties as assigned.

APPRAISER II RESPONSIBILITIES

This is the second level in the Appraiser series.
Incumbents are expected to work under general supervision, performing a variety of appraisal assignments with minimal guidance and supervision.
This class is distinguished from the Appraiser I by requiring professional level appraisal work experience.
This level may assist higher-level appraisal professionals with a wide variety of larger and more complex assignments.
Based upon sound academic and/or technical background and some experience, positions allocated to this class perform a wide range of moderately difficult residential appraisals and may assist the Appraiser III with more complex appraisals.

Typical responsibilities include the following:

  • Performs research and assessment analysis calculations.
  • Performs title research and examination; pulls and reviews land status plats to determine general area and type of land to be appraised, as well as, utility and right-of-way easements to be considered.
  • Gathers comparable sales data from informed sources such as realtors, fee appraisers and owners.
  • Clearly, accurately and concisely explains valuation methods, data and logic to property owners regarding valuation issues and questions; works to resolve property valuation differences.
  • Coordinates with property owners for re-inspections of property to adjust the property assessed value as appropriate.
  • Prepare valuation information including preparing and presenting information packets at Board of Equalization hearings as necessary.
  • Prepares reports following established and recognized procedures.
  • Assists in responding to public requests and questions pertaining to general property information and data; refers questions to senior staff when appropriate.
  • Assists with the design and production of reports for the public, other departments and/or agencies.
  • Mentors and trains Appraiser Is both in the field and office procedures.
  • Attends meetings and training applicable to the work.
  • Enters and retrieves a variety of complex information from a computer.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

FLEXIBLY STAFFED

This position is flexibly staffed.
The level of the job offer will be based on the selected candidates qualifications.
If hired at the lower level, you will be promoted to the higher level after upon meeting the minimum qualifications for the higher level, completing the training plan and demonstrating competency in the work.


APPRAISER I (range 14)

Starting wage $28.
09


Experience: (either)

  1. Certification from the Alaska Association of Assessing Officers or AAAO as a certified Assessor Appraiser;OR
  2. A Regional Occupational Certificate for Real Estate or Property Appraisal;OR
  3. Thirty (30) units of course work towards a college degree in real estate, business, economics or a closely related field from an accredited U.
    S.
    college, university or a certified foreign studies equivalency;OR
  4. Two (2) years of experience in one or more of the following:
    1. A real estate related field (realtor, broker, architect or surveyor),
    2. An appraisal field (fee and/or ad valorem),
    3. Construction field (general contractor, engineer or I.
      C.
      B.
      O.
      inspector);OR
  5. Three (3) years of clerical experience with responsibilities that include processing deeds, institutional exemptions, leases or other property documents relevant to the change of ownership or business personal property account management.



Education: High school diploma or General Educational Development (GED) certificate.

Other: A valid AK Drivers License at time of appointment and for continued employment.
Offer of employment is contingent upon a review of applicants driving record.

Continued employment and advancement opportunities depend on successful completion of the training program, meeting the requirements of the next level, and acceptable job performance.
These requirements musteach be met in order for you to advance to the next higher Appraiser classification and for continued employment for the Finance Department.


APPRAISER II (range 16)

Starting wage $32.
02

Education: High school diploma or General Educational Development (GED) certificate.

Experience: Qualifies as a Level I appraiser or higher from the Alaska Association of Assessing Officers or AAAO as a certified Assessor Appraiser.

AND

Two (2) years of professional level experience in the appraisal field (fee and/or ad valorem).

AND

Certification: Mustachieve a Level II Certificate or higher from the Alaska Association of

Assessing Officers or AAAO as a certified Assessor Appraiserwithin twelve (12) months of hire.

Other: A valid AK Drivers License at time of appointment and for continued employment.
Offer of employment is contingent upon a review of applicants driving record.

Hiring Manager Contact Info:
Aaron Landvik at (907) 586-5215 ext.
4037.

Position Details

POSTED:

Feb 01, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

34.19 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707242406-12728bd0c87b0a20152d5376c3ff63e1

LOCATION:

Alaska United States

CITY:

Juneau ,Downtown,

Job Origin:

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Are you looking for an awesome growth opportunity in the Appraiser Division of the Finance Department within the City & Borough of Juneau?! Then the Appraiser I/II Flex position is for you!

WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR
A successful Appraiser for the Assessors Office will demonstrate:

Excellent critical thinking skills and attention to detail

A desire to be a member of a strong team

Excellent analytical skills

Dependability and reliability

Ability to know the details and see the big picture

Intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft Office products

Excellent communication and teamwork skills


WHAT IS IT LIKE TO WORK ON OUR TEAM

The Assessors Officer is a busy office working directly with residents, businesses, tourists and other members of the public with questions about Juneau! The Assessor and team are actively working to improve processes and streamline workflows as well as serve our Juneau Community fairly and effectively.

WHAT THE CBJ CAN OFFER YOU:

In this position you will receive a competitive salary package that includes the opportunity for regular pay increases, 12 paid holidays a year, an excellent health insurance program that includes medical, dental, vision and orthodontia care options, paid leave and retirement credit through PERS (Public Employees Retirement System).

We value the health and well-being of our employees. The CBJ provides free parking, paid time off for parent teacher conferences, the ability to participate in a robust wellness program that includes discounts to CBJ recreational centers and local fitness programs, free bi-annual health screenings, free flu shots, free classes, challenges and webinars on healthy living to assist you with achieving work/life balance.

WORKING HOURS AND LOCATION

This position worksMonday through Friday, 8am 4:30pm. Your office would be located in downtown Juneau in the Municipal Way Building.

DESCRIPTION OF WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING

APPRAISER I RESPONSIBILITIES

This is the entry/trainee professional level working under the general supervision of a higher level appraiser. Supervisors define the work assignments, regularly monitor work progress and provide specific instruction and feedback. Work is intended to familiarize employees with the policies and procedures of the department and requires the application of basic principles of property appraisal in an on-the-job environment. Incumbents receive on-the-job and formal training for a period of one to two years.

Typical responsibilities include the following (as the incumbent becomes familiar with the principals, methods, and techniques used, the following duties will be assumed under supervision):

  • Assists the Appraiser II with field inspections.
  • Performs on-site inspections of residential and commercial property, including new construction, to obtain property market information and valuing the parcel at its full market value as of January 1st every year.
  • Obtains building specifications, dimensions and square footage.
  • Determines the quality of construction, workmanship and materials used.
  • Calculates the physical, functional and/or external depreciation.
  • Obtains financial data for commercial property income calculations.
  • Obtains any other property data necessary to apply the cost, market and/or income valuation methods; takes photographs.
  • Prepare technical reports and spreadsheets.
  • Becomes knowledgeable regarding field inspections to work independently.
  • Becomes knowledgeable regarding imputing information into the Assessmentdatabase to work independently.
  • Keeps abreast of new laws affecting property assessments
  • Becomes knowledgeable regarding office procedures and policies.
  • Assist with field reviews and workups during the Appeal Process.
  • Assists in preparation for the Board of Equalization appeal process.
  • Other related duties as assigned.

APPRAISER II RESPONSIBILITIES

This is the second level in the Appraiser series. Incumbents are expected to work under general supervision, performing a variety of appraisal assignments with minimal guidance and supervision. This class is distinguished from the Appraiser I by requiring professional level appraisal work experience. This level may assist higher-level appraisal professionals with a wide variety of larger and more complex assignments. Based upon sound academic and/or technical background and some experience, positions allocated to this class perform a wide range of moderately difficult residential appraisals and may assist the Appraiser III with more complex appraisals.

Typical responsibilities include the following:

  • Performs research and assessment analysis calculations.
  • Performs title research and examination; pulls and reviews land status plats to determine general area and type of land to be appraised, as well as, utility and right-of-way easements to be considered.
  • Gathers comparable sales data from informed sources such as realtors, fee appraisers and owners.
  • Clearly, accurately and concisely explains valuation methods, data and logic to property owners regarding valuation issues and questions; works to resolve property valuation differences.
  • Coordinates with property owners for re-inspections of property to adjust the property assessed value as appropriate.
  • Prepare valuation information including preparing and presenting information packets at Board of Equalization hearings as necessary.
  • Prepares reports following established and recognized procedures.
  • Assists in responding to public requests and questions pertaining to general property information and data; refers questions to senior staff when appropriate.
  • Assists with the design and production of reports for the public, other departments and/or agencies.
  • Mentors and trains Appraiser Is both in the field and office procedures.
  • Attends meetings and training applicable to the work.
  • Enters and retrieves a variety of complex information from a computer.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

FLEXIBLY STAFFED

This position is flexibly staffed. The level of the job offer will be based on the selected candidates qualifications. If hired at the lower level, you will be promoted to the higher level after upon meeting the minimum qualifications for the higher level, completing the training plan and demonstrating competency in the work.


APPRAISER I (range 14)

Starting wage $28.09


Experience: (either)

  1. Certification from the Alaska Association of Assessing Officers or AAAO as a certified Assessor Appraiser;OR
  2. A Regional Occupational Certificate for Real Estate or Property Appraisal;OR
  3. Thirty (30) units of course work towards a college degree in real estate, business, economics or a closely related field from an accredited U.S. college, university or a certified foreign studies equivalency;OR
  4. Two (2) years of experience in one or more of the following:
    1. A real estate related field (realtor, broker, architect or surveyor),
    2. An appraisal field (fee and/or ad valorem),
    3. Construction field (general contractor, engineer or I.C.B.O. inspector);OR
  5. Three (3) years of clerical experience with responsibilities that include processing deeds, institutional exemptions, leases or other property documents relevant to the change of ownership or business personal property account management.



Education: High school diploma or General Educational Development (GED) certificate.

Other: A valid AK Drivers License at time of appointment and for continued employment. Offer of employment is contingent upon a review of applicants driving record.

Continued employment and advancement opportunities depend on successful completion of the training program, meeting the requirements of the next level, and acceptable job performance. These requirements musteach be met in order for you to advance to the next higher Appraiser classification and for continued employment for the Finance Department.


APPRAISER II (range 16)

Starting wage $32.02

Education: High school diploma or General Educational Development (GED) certificate.

Experience: Qualifies as a Level I appraiser or higher from the Alaska Association of Assessing Officers or AAAO as a certified Assessor Appraiser.

AND

Two (2) years of professional level experience in the appraisal field (fee and/or ad valorem).

AND

Certification: Mustachieve a Level II Certificate or higher from the Alaska Association of

Assessing Officers or AAAO as a certified Assessor Appraiserwithin twelve (12) months of hire.

Other: A valid AK Drivers License at time of appointment and for continued employment. Offer of employment is contingent upon a review of applicants driving record.

Hiring Manager Contact Info:
Aaron Landvik at (907) 586-5215 ext. 4037.

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