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Commercial Staff Appraiser at Collin CAD

Collin Central Appraisal District is accepting resumes for an experienced Commercial Staff Appraiser position. Searching for a commercial appraiser with experience in appraising complex properties such as office buildings, apartments, retail developments, etc. Responsibilities include office and field work and ARB presentations.

A college degree with emphasis in real estate, finance, economics, mathematics, business administration and/or an appraisal designation is preferred. Will consider applicants currently working towards an appraisal designation. Working knowledge of PACS CAMA software is preferred. Must be reliable and have good communication skills.

This is an exempt position with some evening and weekend work required to meet deadlines. Applicants must have reliable transportation, a valid Texas driver’s license, and proof of auto liability insurance. CCAD does not hire individuals that use or test positive for using tobacco products. Applicants must pass a background check, employment physical, and drug and tobacco testing. Salary is contingent upon experience and qualifications.

Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. Candidates should detail their appraisal experience, computer knowledge, communication skills, and formal education.

Please submit a cover letter and resume to:

Collin CAD
c/o HR Department
250 Eldorado Pkwy
McKinney TX 75069
or jobs@cadcollin.org.

Include “Commercial Staff Appraiser” in the subject line of your email. CCAD is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Posted September 16, 2019

County Appraiser at Sedgwick County (Wichita), Kansas

Sedgwick County, Kansas is seated in Wichita and covers 1,008 square miles. It is one of the most populous of Kansas’ 105 counties with an estimated population of 508,000. It is the sixteenth largest in area and reportedly has the second highest per capita wealth among Kansas’ counties.

Sedgwick County residents enjoy a central location, a diverse population, a strong local economy and four distinct seasons. Quality of life amenities, including education, are excellent and the cost of living is well below the national average.

Sedgwick County utilizes a Commission/Manager form of government under which the County Manager’s Office implements the priorities and goals of the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC). The BOCC is the County’s governing body.  It is comprised of five-members and meets in regular weekly sessions. Commissioners are elected according to geographical area (districts) and serve four-year overlapping terms. The Chairman of the Board is elected by the Commissioners and serves a one-year term. In addition to the BOCC, citizens of Sedgwick County elect the County Clerk, the Register of Deeds, the County Treasurer, the Sheriff, the District Attorney and the18th Judicial District Judges.

Sedgwick County is recognized by the International City-County Management Association as a Council-Manager form of government. Accordingly, the Board appoints a professional County Manager to administer most County functions and to implement policy decisions. The BOCC also appoints the County Counselor, County Appraiser and the Assistant County Manager for the Department of Public Works, Facilities Maintenance & Project Services.

Sedgwick County employs nearly 2,800 persons and functions on a current budget of $439,530,627. The County provides a full range of services including public safety, public works, criminal justice, recreation, entertainment, cultural, human/social, and education.

The County Appraiser’s Office is required by law to annually appraise all tangible, taxable property by January 1.  In Sedgwick County there are 221,814 residential, agricultural, multi-family, commercial and industrial parcels as well as 33,791 personal property accounts.  In addition, the Office applies classification rates and determines tax exemption eligibility of religious, charitable, educational and municipal properties. The County Appraiser leads, manages, plans, organizes, administers and directs the activities and operations of the Sedgwick County Appraiser’s Office in compliance with County policies and applicable Kansas law. In conformance with the Kansas State Property Valuation Division, the County Appraiser Office serves and assists the property assessment needs of the citizens and the community. The County Appraiser is responsible to deliver quality public service through use of effective leadership, strategic planning, performance measurement, teamwork, maximizing resources, innovative approaches and high professional standards.  The County Appraiser’s Office currently employs sixty-five (65) FTE’s and has an FY 2019 budget of $4,843,692.

The County Appraiser advises the County Commissioners and County Manager on matters pertaining to property appraisals and attends meetings of the BOCC, responds to inquiries made by the Commissioners and other County officials and makes presentations on a regular basis. He or she also presents testimony to state legislators and assists the County’s Division of Finance with long-term valuation forecasting. For more information about Sedgwick County and the County Appraisers Office visit www.sedgwickcounty.org

Minimum qualifications are an Associate’s Degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics, Business Administration, Regional/Urban Planning or a related field from an accredited college or university; certification as a general real property appraiser pursuant to Article 41 of Chapter 58 of the Kansas Statutes Annotated and amendments; possession of one of the required appraisal designations. OR be a registered mass appraiser pursuant to rules and regulations adopted by the Secretary of Revenue. Must have a minimum of five (5) years CAMA experience; five (5) years commercial property appraisal experience and three (3) years of direct supervision experience. Must have superior written and verbal communication skills.

Preferred qualifications are a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics, Business Administration, Regional/Urban Planning or a related field from an accredited college or university combined with additional CAMA assessment administration or other local government education and training plus ten (10) years of experience in assessing properties which includes five (5) years in a managerial/supervisory capacity. IAAO designation, CAE preferred.

Compensation
The compensation package includes a competitive base salary and benefits that will ultimately depend upon the qualifications of the selected candidate. The beginning salary will be commensurate with experience. The County offers excellent benefits which include: State retirement, a generous paid time-off program, medical/prescription insurance (95% County paid), dental vision, Life & AD&D insurance, a Flexible Healthcare Spending Account, a Dependent Daycare Flexible Spending Account, AFLAC and other benefits.

To Apply
The County is anxious to fill this position. It will remain open until filled. The first review of resumes is tentatively scheduled for Monday, October 14, 2019.

For consideration, please email your cover letter, resume and current salary to:

Robert E. Slavin, President
SLAVIN MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
3040 Holcomb Bridge Road #A1
Norcross, Georgia 30071
Phone: (770) 449-4656
Fax: (770) 416-0848
Email: slavin@bellsouth.net

Sedgwick County is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access Employer

Posted September 12, 2019

Residential Appraiser at Kaufman CAD

Residential Appraiser:

The Kaufman County Appraisal District is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of residential appraiser. The desired candidate will be responsible for all aspects of the appraisal process. The appraiser will perform a combination of field appraisals on assigned properties during certain months of the year using one’s own vehicle and work in an office environment conducting informal meetings and property protest hearings in the remaining months. The appraiser will explain assessed values and defend property values with property owners of Kaufman County.

Qualifications:

Complete training to understand computer assisted appraisal system. Ability to communicate effectively with co-workers, supervisors and the general public. Must be able to successfully complete Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation registration requirements and advancements. Must be able to use personal vehicle on the job daily.  A valid Texas Driver’s license and proof of liability insurance coverage is required upon hiring.

Required Education and Experience:                                                      

Minimum requirement: High School graduate or GED
Preferred:  Prior appraisal experience

Physical and Mental Abilities:

Must have sufficient mobility to visit property sites that may feature rough terrain and to work outdoors in unfavorable weather conditions. Must be able to sit or stand for extended periods of time with ability to reach, bend and move up/down on steps. Must be able to lift up to 30 pounds. The position requires considerable concentration, creativity and ability to manage time effectively. It is subject to stress caused by a changing public environment, mandatory deadlines and heavy workload. Requires the ability to operate office equipment and communicate on the telephone and face to face. Requires the ability to ask questions that will bring forth the information needed to make sound decisions.

Salary is contingent on experience and qualifications

Please submit resume to:

Kaufman County Appraisal District
Coy Johnson
Deputy Chief
P.O. Box 819
Kaufman, Texas 75142

or by email to : coy.johnson@kaufman-cad.org

Posted September 4, 2019

Personal Property Appraiser at Kaufman CAD

Personal Property Appraiser:

The Kaufman County Appraisal District is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of personal property appraiser. The desired candidate will be responsible for all aspects of the appraisal process. The appraiser will perform a combination of field appraisals on assigned properties during certain months of the year using one’s own vehicle and work in an office environment conducting informal meetings and property protest hearings in the remaining months. The appraiser will explain assessed values and defend property values with property owners of Kaufman County.

Qualifications:

Complete training to understand computer assisted appraisal system. Ability to communicate effectively with co-workers, supervisors and the general public. Must be able to successfully complete Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation registration requirements and advancements. Must be able to use personal vehicle on the job daily.  A valid Texas Driver’s license and proof of liability insurance coverage is required upon hiring.

Required Education and Experience:                                                      

Minimum requirement: High School graduate or GED
Preferred:  Prior appraisal experience

Physical and Mental Abilities:

Must have sufficient mobility to visit property sites that may feature rough terrain and to work outdoors in unfavorable weather conditions. Must be able to sit or stand for extended periods of time with ability to reach, bend and move up/down on steps. Must be able to lift up to 30 pounds. The position requires considerable concentration, creativity and ability to manage time effectively. It is subject to stress caused by a changing public environment, mandatory deadlines and heavy workload. Requires the ability to operate office equipment and communicate on the telephone and face to face. Requires the ability to ask questions that will bring forth the information needed to make sound decisions.

Salary is contingent on experience and qualifications

Please submit resume to:

Kaufman County Appraisal District
Coy Johnson
Deputy Chief
P.O. Box 819
Kaufman, Texas 75142

or by email to : coy.johnson@kaufman-cad.org

Posted September 4, 2019

Commercial Appraiser at Bexar AD

Bexar Appraisal District in San Antonio is seeking applicants for the position of Commercial Appraiser.

RPA preferred. Responsibilities include field inspection, data collection, analysis, valuation, and participation in formal and informal hearings and arbitration. Visit our website www.bcad.org for job description and application.

Bexar Appraisal District
411 N. Frio
San Antonio, TX 78207

Posted September 4, 2019

Commercial and Residential Appraiser at Fannin CAD

The Fannin Central Appraisal District is accepting applications for the position of Commercial and Residential Appraiser.

Submit application with resume to:

Fannin Central Appraisal District
Attn: Human Resources
831 W. State Hwy 56
Bonham, Texas 75418
Email:  trivers@fannincad.org

Posted August 28, 2019

Field Appraiser at Cooke CAD

The Cooke County Appraisal District is accepting applications for the position of Field Appraiser. An application and additional information about the position can be obtained on our website at www.cookecad.org.

Submit application with resume to:

Cooke County Appraisal District
Attn: Daisy Watson
201 N. Dixon Street
Gainesville, Texas 76240
dwatsonccad@yahoo.com

Posted August 21, 2019

Personal Property Appraiser at Hays CAD

Position:  Personal Property Appraiser

Description:  This position is responsible for appraising business personal property and mobile homes in mobile home parks within Hays County.  Activities associated with this position include:  field inspection, data collection, data entry, and application of appropriate valuation techniques.  This position requires representing the district at informal and formal Appraisal Review Board hearings.  The appraiser will also correspond with taxpayers regarding renditions and/or other questions they may have regarding their accounts.

Requirements:

  • Graduate of accredited high school or equivalent; some college or degree preferred.
  • Reliable transportation with a valid Texas Driver’s License and proof of auto insurance.
  • Applicant must have strong computer skills with the ability to multitask in an organized manner.
  • Good verbal and written communication  with professionalism and courtesy.
  • Applicant will be TDLR registered if not already and commit to obtaining/retaining their RPA.
  • This position is Exempt.

Benefits:

  • Salary will commensurate with education and experience.
  • Vehicle and phone allowance.
  • Medical Insurance and Retirement plan provided.
  • Great working environment with sick, annual, personal leave and paid holidays.

Deadline for accepting applications will be September 6,2019.  Hays CAD is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please submit a cover letter, resume and application to:

Hays CAD
HR Department
21001 IH 35 N
Kyle, Texas 78640
Or cjoseph@hayscad.com

Posted August 14, 2019

Field Appraiser at Lavaca CAD

The Lavaca County Central Appraisal District is accepting applications for the position of Field Appraiser.

Duties include field and office work associated with the appraisal of rural, residential, commercial real property and non-industrial personal property.  Applicants must be able to obtain a RPA or already be a Class I or Class II Appraiser and must have a valid driver’s license, good driving record and the use of their own vehicle.

Please send resumes to:

Lavaca County Central Appraisal District
PO Box 386
Hallettsville, TX 77964-0386
or email to pam@lccad.net

The Lavaca County Appraisal District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Posted July 30, 2019+

Deputy Chief Appraiser at Comanche CAD

Comanche CAD Accepting Résumés for Deputy Chief Appraiser

Must be a licensed RPA. Complete Job Description and applicant information sheet are available at www.comanchecad.org under employment tab.

Salary commensurate with qualifications.

Please submit applicant information sheet and résumé to:

info@comanchecad.org in pdf format or bring to 8 Huett Circle in Comanche, TX

This position will remain open until filled.

Comanche CAD is An Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted June 17, 2019 ***