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PROPERTY APPRAISER

Brunswick


Listing Summary

This is a full-time position and receives all benefits afforded to regular employees. Work schedule is 40 hours per week. 

Summary: The purpose of this classification is to appraise property values via mass appraisal for the purpose of assessing taxes. This classification is for an Appraiser I, Appraiser II, or Appraiser III depending on applicant qualifications.

Essential Job Functions: The following duties are normal for this position. The omission of specific statements of the duties does not exclude them from the classification if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment for this classification. Other duties may be required and assigned. This classification is part of the broad-band compensation plan. Duties listed may not be performed by all incumbents, and level may be assigned in accordance with the skills and proficiencies demonstrated by the incumbent.

  • Under general supervision performs field, technical and office work in the appraisal of real/personal property for tax purposes.
  • Interprets and applies state/local laws pertaining to property taxation and assessment.
  • Responds to complaints and answers questions related to property appraisal operations. Conducts field reviews of real property.
  • Locates and identifies real property referring to various maps, property indexes, directories, building permits, and other documents. Measures property size, shape, and square footage.
  • Calculates appraised values of real and/or personal property. Conducts research as needed. Maintains current files and records of tax appraisal activities and associated documentation.
  • Records all information such as size, location, zoning, use, quality of construction, depreciation, inventory, machinery and other market data. Evaluates information gathered to determine proper classification.
  • Completes necessary forms regarding inspections made and data obtained. Makes and submits recommendations for consideration at Board of Assessor, Finance, and Commission meetings.
  • Performs valuation of personal property accounts for tax assessment purposes; maintains uniformity between all taxpayers by comparing like items, researching appropriate pricing guides, applying appropriate inflation and depreciation factors, and establishing fair market values on personal property.
  • Prepares assessment notices, reporting forms, returns, and cover letters for mailing; prints, bursts, sorts, and delivers to mailroom.
  • Processes incoming tax returns; receives and reviews incoming reports, reviews for accuracy and completeness, and advises taxpayers of incorrect/incomplete information; obtains necessary schedules; assigns new property values; assigns tax districts to new accounts; reviews active accounts for proper taxing districts and taxability; maintains and updates FOCUS accounts; determines eligibility of Tax Commissioner (TC) letters, including Error & Releases (E&R), Not On Digest (NOD), and Write-Offs (W/O); validates TC letters and prepares spreadsheet of such for agenda.
  • Processes incoming tax returns; receives and reviews incoming reports, reviews for accuracy and completeness, and advises taxpayers of incorrect/incomplete information; obtains necessary schedules; assigns new property values; assigns tax districts to new accounts; reviews active accounts for proper taxing districts and taxability; maintains and updates FOCUS accounts; determines eligibility of Tax Commissioner (TC) letters, including Error & Releases (E&R), Not On Digest (NOD), and Write-Offs (W/O); validates TC letters and prepares spreadsheet of such for agenda.
  • Prepares reports for Chief Deputy and other supervisors and departments; communicates with other departments, State, Federal, and local agencies regarding information requests.
  • Prepares and supports technical cases to defend appealed assessments in court or at Board of Equalization or Superior Court meetings.
  • Responds to complaints and answers questions related to property appraisal operations.
  • Operates a motor vehicle to visit taxpayer sites or conduct other work activities.
  • Provides assistance to other employees or departments as needed; assists with mailing of assessment notices; assists in appraising mobile homes. Performs related duties as assigned.

Minimum Requirements: High school diploma or GED; supplemented by college level course work or vocational training in property appraisal or property assessment; supplemented by two (2) years previous experience and/or training involving personal property appraisal, real property appraisal, or property assessment; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job. Must possess and maintain valid Georgia Property Appraiser I, Appraiser II, or Appraiser III certification based on position held.

Certifications and/or Licenses: Valid Driver’s License

Minimum Salary: Appraiser I - Grade11 $30,679, Appraiser II - Grade12 $32,133, Appraiser III - Grade13 $33,586 

 

GLYNN COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

1725 REYNOLDS STREET BRUNSWICK GEORGIA 31520

(912) 554-7170

www.glynncounty.org

Email: jobs@glynncounty-ga.gov

GLYNN COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

GLYNN COUNTY HAS A TOBACCO AND SMOKE-FREE POLICY

Listing ends on:

10/28/2021