HIRING WAGE: $15.30/hr
STATUS: Full-time with benefits
CLOSING DATE: March 2, 2018
APPLICATION MATERIALS: Apply online at adacounty.id.gov/jobs
Performs field and office functions in connection with the appraisal of real property. The work includes field inspections, sketching, and assisting appraisers as needed.
DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS
The Appraisal Support Technician receives assignments that require the limited application of appraisal principles, methods and techniques. The incumbent works under limited supervision and receives guidance when working on new, unusual, or complex assignments.
• Performs research on and inspects property to gather data required for appraisals;
• Collects and verifies the accuracy of assessment data and assures the correct data is in the official file for each property;
• Performs daily administrative functions for the appraisers office;
• Scans and files documents;
• Develops and maintains procedure manuals and flow charts for office administrative and appraisal procedures;
• Assists with developing and maintaining office policies and procedures documents;
• Keeps records of materials filed or removed using logbooks or computers;
• Organizes and prioritizes materials to be filed;
• Places material into high density filing system according to classification and identification information;
• Performs general office duties such as operating office machines, sorting mail, creating and applying new labels.
• Inventories and tracks sensitive assets;
• May assist in answering taxpayer questions about assessments;
• Performs related functions as required.
• High school diploma or equivalent;
• Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license;
• Knowledge of English grammar, spelling, punctuation and arithmetic;
• Knowledge of modern office equipment, practices and procedures;
• Knowledge of personal computers and word processing applications;
• Knowledge of Assessor's Office programs preferred;
• Skill entering data;
• Skill providing customer service;
• Skill accurately filing and categorizing documents;
• Ability to maintain confidentiality;
• Ability to follow written and verbal instructions;
• Ability to maintain effective working relationships.
• Must adhere to a professional code of ethics as a sworn Deputy Assessor.
WORK ENVIRONMENT AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS
• Work is performed in both office and field settings;
• The work requires the incumbent to visit assigned properties, including construction sites, to gather information. These visits require the incumbent to move over the land and inspect various parts of structures and locate section markers on the ground;
• Sometimes the incumbent must negotiate fences, hazardous or steep terrain with rough and rocky surfaces;
• At times the incumbent may be exposed to dogs and/or farm animals and snakes;
• May be required to sit, stand, reach overhead, squat and bend in the performance of the primary job responsibilities;
• May be required to lift up to 20lbs.
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