City of Norwalk
Salary: $59,109 - $71,846
Assist in appraisal and administrative work in the
valuing of taxable property to establish the Grand List; performs
responsible assessment work in the functional areas of real, personal or
motor vehicle properties; and provides technical and administrative
assistance to the Assessor.
Example of Duties:
Receives oral and written instructions from
Supervisor. Plans and organizes work according to standard office
procedures. Establishes task priorities within work assignment including
all appraisal, clerical and data entry work within the Real and Personal
Property Sections. Assists in real estate and motor vehicle appraisal and
recordings. Assists in identification and valuation of taxable property, as
assigned by Assessor, to establish the Grand List. Maintains and updates
information concerning real, motor vehicle and personal properties. Performs
field inspections and appraisals, clerical and data entry work in the Real
and Personal Property Sections. Follows up on new business and commercial
properties to assure prompt and accurate assessment and billings. Performs
all necessary calculations in personal property. Performs office review of
personal property appraisal work performed by private firms for accuracy and
conformance to City standards. Participates in the maintenance of records
and lists. Assists in preparing data for entry into automated assessment
records systems; enters information into systems by remote terminal. Reviews
computer printouts for accuracy. Prepares statistical and narrative reports
for submission to state and federal governments. Provides technical
information and assistance to property owners, attorneys, banks and the
general public. Assists in completing various property exception forms.
Reports work accomplished to Supervisor.
Provides information and assistance to
City Department, Boards and Commissions. Provides auditors with all
information pertaining to accounts to be audited and assist with selected
audits. Prepares state reports for Distressed Municipality which includes
real and personal property. Assists in preparation of specifications for
periodic revaluation of real properties. Assists in performing interim
inspections and valuations. Performs related duties as assigned.
Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Ability to apply principles of municipal
assessment to solve practical problems and deal with problems involving
several concrete variables in or from standardized situations. Ability to
add, subtract, multiply and divide all units of measure. Ability to work
cooperatively with property owners and staff members. A working knowledge of
economic and accounting principles as applied to assessment practices. A
working knowledge of assessment laws and practice. A working knowledge of
data and word processing. Ability to climb and reach for field evaluation of
properties. Ability to work in poor weather conditions, including heat,
cold, rain and snow.
Associate's degree in Business Administration or completion of a recognized
certificate program in real estate appraisal and assessment methods.
Two years experience in real and personal property valuation work or a
related field. (Bachelor's Degree in Economics, Accounting, Business
or Engineering may be substituted for one year of the required practical
Connecticut Municipal Assessor I Certification or equivalent.
Connecticut Municipal Assessor I Certification required within two years if
hired based on equivalent.
Required License: Motor Vehicle Operator’s License.
Preferred Certification: Connecticut Municipal Assessor II
This position is a Grade 15. Department: Tax Assessor
PLEASE DO NOT APPLY IF
YOU DO NOT MEET THE MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND/OR DO NOT HAVE REQUIRED
CERTIFICATION/DESIGNATION FOR THIS POSITION, AS WE WILL NOT CONSIDER YOUR
PLEASE APPLY THROUGH OUR ONLINE RECRUITING
WE NO LONGER ACCEPT PAPER APPLICATIONS, FAXES,
detailed information, minimum requirements and application procedures go to:
Town of North Haven
Senior Clerk -
Hiring Range: $29,539 - $32,414
Salary Range: $29,539 - $41,233
35 hour work week
Thorough knowledge of advanced office
practices. Detailed knowledge of Connecticut General Statutes as they
relate to the functions of the Assessor’s Office. Experience in reading
deeds, particularly as it relates to property descriptions, ownership, and
ownership history. Experience in reading and updating property maps to
reflect property changes. Ability to coordinate administrative functions in
accordance with Connecticut General Statutes and Town policies /
ordinances. Ability to coordinate various exemption programs as required by
the Connecticut General Statutes and local ordinances. Position is
responsible for the timely preparation of statistical and narrative reports
for submission to the State Office of Policy and Management. Must maintain
state sales assessment ratio file including the determination of sales
comparable validity. Responsibilities will flex as office needs and
Experience in communicating policies, programs, and information to the
general public in a calm, clear, and professional manner. Experience
assisting the general public in researching information requests and
handling questions while maintaining confidentiality where necessary. Must
understand principles of estimating real, auto, and personal property
values. Must have good math skills. Experience using computer applications
including Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Access. Experience
using Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal (CAMA) software. Experience using
administrative assessment systems and reports for the production of the
Grand List and fulfilling various state reporting requirements. Experience
in an Assessor’s Office and/or CAAO Administrative Assessment Technician
(AAT) designation preferred.
full employment details and on-line application process go to:
Town of Portland
Salary: $64,000 -
40 hours per week
position performs highly responsible work involving the direction of a
municipal property assessment operation. Assessor is responsible for
directing the operations of the Department through discovery and listing of
all taxable and non-taxable property; determination of property ownership;
preparation of the annual Grand List and periodic revaluation studies.
Example of Duties:
Assessor performs inspections/field work of residential and commercial
property; analyzes and values such properties by estimating market values
and analyzing financial statements; explains and defends property values
developed during the revaluation process through both the Board of
Assessment Appeals (BAA) and the court system; prepares reports for the Town
and the State of Connecticut; drafts departmental budget and accounts for
expenditures and performs a variety of other related duties. Experience
with Tyler Univers CAMA and Quality Data Administration software a plus.
pre-employment drug & alcohol testing.
Bachelor’s degree in real estate, business, or accounting plus three years
of progressively responsible assessment or appraisal experience including at
least one year in a supervisory capacity, or an equivalent combination of
education and qualifying experience substituting a year-for-year basis;
must possess a Certification as a CT Municipal Assessor and a valid CT
Send application & resume with three letters of reference to:
First Selectwoman’s Office, P.O. Box 71, Portland, CT 06480-0071
here for full job description (application available on Town's
website and in Town Hall)
Town of Thomaston
Closing Date: Monday, December 8, 2014
The Town of Thomaston is seeking a full time Tax Assessor. This position is
responsible for the evaluation and assessment of all taxable property in the
town. This position also involves extensive field work, reviewing
assessments, supervising staff and department operations; and working
closely with the Tax Collector and Zoning Official.
candidate must possess CCMA I or II certification and a BS in business or
public administration; specializing in property assessment and 5 years’
experience in property appraisal work.
Interested candidates may submit their resume with salary requirements by
December 8, 2014 to:
Carey, Human Resources, Town of Thomaston, 158 Main Street, Thomaston, CT
The Town of Thomaston is an equal opportunity employer. EEO-AA
City of Stamford
Annual Salary Range: $101,416 - $130,254
Closing Date: Friday, December 12, 2014
of Stamford is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Assessor.
Under general direction administers and
coordinates an equitable assessment of real and personal property programs;
prepares and certifies the annual Grand List; does other related work as
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from an accredited
college or university with a Bachelors' Degree AND ten (10) years of
progressively responsible Municipal Experience in assessment and appraisal
of real and personal property, of which two (2) years involved commercial
as Certified Connecticut Municipal Assessor I or II or meet all
certification requirements and obtain certification within 18 months of
appointment. A valid driver's license required.
will not be a written examination. Qualified applications will be ranked
according to their education, training and experience. Applications
are required to FULLY complete the application form AND supplement
#14-46, listing all related degrees, training and work experience.
fully completed City of Stamford Employment Application must be submitted or
postmarked by Friday, December 12, 2014. Applications can be
obtained at the City of Stamford, Human Resources Division, 9th Floor, and
888 Washington Boulevard, Stamford, Connecticut or at
PLEASE NOTE: Only properly completed and submitted applications and
supplements will be considered.
for application and other information.
If you wish
to attach a resume please do so, but note that a resume will not take the
place of a completed application and/or supplement and “see resume” does not
constitute a response to any questions outlined in the application or
supplement. Applicants are urged to read the minimum requirements prior to
filing an application for consideration. Applications of candidates who do
not meet the stated position requirements will not be considered.
The Human Resources
Department provides reasonable accommodation to persons with disabilities in
accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Americans
with Disabilities Act Amendment Act (ADAAA). If you need an accommodation in
the application or testing process, please contact the Human Resources
For field or office work on a Part-time basis. Fairfield and New
Haven County preferred.
Contact: John Pugliese