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Deputy Cheif Appraiser - Real Estate

Augusta-Richmond County

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Oversees and maintains an accurate and equitable valuation of all properties in Augusta-Richmond County within the guidelines of Georgia laws pertaining to taxation and valuation. Reports to the Chief Appraiser; and works with taxpayers, subordinates, businesses, professionals, employees, and co-workers to provide accurate and accessible records.

Principal Duties and Responsiblities:

  • Oversees, supervises, and directs the discovery, valuation, and assessment of properties, ownership records, homesteads, public utilities and exempt properties digest.
  • Direct and assists in compiling the annual Digest. Coordinates with the Tax Commissioner’s Office on submission of the annual Digest to make sure the Digest is compiled accurately and timely.
  • Oversees and implements any changes in procedures set forth by the Department of Revenue.
  • Direct/Assists the Chief Appraiser with implementation of daily procedures and tasks.
  • Monitors and implements techniques to improve the appraisal and assessment process  Assists with the development of and implements procedures and schedules for the valuation of personal and real properties.


  • Successfully complete at least 40 hours of training during each two years of tenure.

Education:  Bachelor’s Degree in Real Estate, Property Appraisal, Business/Public Administration, or a related occupational field of study

Experience:  Eight (8) years of increasingly responsible property appraisal experience usually associated with upper management positions.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Considerable knowledge of Georgia law pertaining to taxation of real estate and personal property, procedures used to determine valuations of personal property, auditing, accounting, sales and market value.
  • Familiarity with state and county rules and regulations and out-of-state rules and regulations when dealing with  a multi-location business and/or taxpayer
  • Proficiency in supervision, operating applicable computer software, and using standard office equipment
  • Good communication skills, both oral and written
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently


  • Appraiser IV designation certified by the Georgia Department of Revenue as prescribed by law
  • Possession of a valid driver’s license with good driving history.  If State license is other than Georgia or South Carolina, applicant must obtain a license in Georgia or South Carolina within 30 days of employment.


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