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Town of Brookfield

Assessor's Aide

$20.51/hour; $25,596/year

Class 3A CSEA, Part-time 24 hours/week

Filing Deadline: Applications/Resumes must be received by February 18, 2015.

Posted 2/10/2015

Job Description:

The Part Time Assessors Aide will be responsible for duties including but not limited to responding to telephone and counter inquiries, requests for information and assist the general public, taxpayers, attorneys or other Town officials.  Sort and distribute departmental mail.  Accurately maintain paper and computerized records. Maintain and provide copies of Grand List. Create, generate and utilize computer reports to determine taxpayer’s status and eligibility for various programs.  Research and record property transfers. Schedule field inspections and update field cards. Create and maintain sale book for public use. Accurately enter building permits, Certificates of Occupancy and Certificates of Approval. Prepare, post and track Personal Property Declarations. Respond to and resolve property owner’s inquiries. Advise taxpayers of documentation required to pro-rate/remove a vehicle from Grand List. Process Certificates of Correction including Supplemental MV List. Update Elderly, Veteran, Blind/Disabled records with appropriate benefit(s), where eligible. Track deceased/sold property lists to ensure benefit(s) were removed, and adjust where applicable. Perform other related duties as required.

A full job description is available in the Human Resources Department.  Applications must be submitted to the Human Resources Department at the above listed address.  The Town of Brookfield is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Skills Required:

Excellent organizational skills. Ability to multitask and complete multiple projects on-time. Proficiency with MS Office Suite, including data entry and database management. Ability to interact professionally with multiple levels of the general public, Town Officials and Town Employees.

Education Required:

High School diploma or equivalent required. Two (2) years’ experience in a municipal environment preferred. Must be able to attend and successfully complete CCMA parts 1 & 2 * CCMA Classes Preferred

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit for extended periods of time to view & operate computer equipment, and to stand for extended periods of time. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, sit, bend, stoop and kneel. The employee is frequently required to reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include vision, distance vision, and the ability to adjust focus.

Recruiter Contact:

Fern Smenyak, Director of Human Resources; Brookfield Town Hall; 100 Pocono Road, Brookfield CT  06804     email:     Fax:  203-775-4068

Town of East Hampton


Revised Salary:  $64,416 plus benefit package.  This is a bargaining unit position

 Revised Closing Date: Friday, February 20, 2015

Re- Posted 2/4/2015

The Town of East Hampton is seeking a candidate to fill the full-time position of Assessor.  The Assessor is responsible for planning, organizing and performing technical appraisals of taxable property within the Town of East Hampton and preparing the Town’s Grand List in accordance with state statutes.  In addition, the Assessor is responsible for the day to day operations of staff, maintaining property ownerships, valuations and exemption records and assisting in appraisal work and review of final results.

Certification of C.C.M.A designation.  A four (4) year college degree in Business Administration or related field and over three (3) years of progressively responsible appraisal and municipal assessment and supervisory experience preferred. 

Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and qualifications, along with an employment application no later than noon on Friday, February 20, 2015, to the:   

Town of East Hampton

Department of Human Resources

20 East High Street

East Hampton, CT 06424 

A full job description and employment application may be obtained at


Johnson County, Kansas

Assistant County Appraiser

904220.E.Assistant County Appraiser.1

Salary Range: $97,302 - $133,786

40 hour work week 8:00am - 5:00pm

Posted 1/30/2015

Johnson County, KS is one of the nation’s premier counties, providing comprehensive services to its citizens in its role as a leading organization in the Kansas City metropolitan area. The Johnson County community is nestled in the southwestern quadrant of the Kansas City metropolitan area (combined population of 1.9 million) and exhibits all of the hallmarks of a great community: a thriving and growing business sector; nationally-recognized public schools; first-class cultural and recreational amenities; and distinctive and welcoming neighborhoods. Johnson County is a growing and diverse community of more than 566,000 residents.

The Assistant County Appraiser serves as a member of the Department's Executive Leadership Team. This position builds and maintains professional and technical knowledge of self and appraisal staff; in collaboration with the County Appraiser and the Executive Management Team, develops, recommends, and implements strategies regarding the development of appraisal staff.

Other duties include:

·         Ensures efficient operations of appraisal divisions through proper recruitment, training, coaching, and counseling valuation division directors; provides mentorship and development opportunities to valuation division managers and supervisors; communicates County and Office values and objectives; assigns accountabilities; displays management skills that lead staff development and initiative; communicates professionally with legislatures, during public presentations and to civic groups; develops a culture of sharing information, voicing opinions, and integrating functional objectives; conducts and oversees performance review activities of the valuation division managers.

·         Supports, coaches, develops, and challenges divisional managers to take appropriate actions that lead to the desired development of staff; leads the development and maintenance of standard operating procedures for the appraisal divisions; leads the department LEAP initiative.

·         Plans coordinates and directs the appraisal valuation divisions to ensure timely and accurate completion of the appraisal roll; ensures the appraisal divisions operate and support the department’s mission, goals and objectives as defined in the Appraisal Maintenance Plan; determines best methods of performing appraisals through team involvement; plans activities around the appraisal calendar to ensure objectives are met; identifies market trends that may affect the department in the future, and identifies proactive strategies to meet current and future needs; prepares County Appraiser’s office responses to state agencies; serves as County Appraiser in the County Appraiser’s absence.

·         Provides leadership and guidance in matters of appraisal litigation and contracts; provides leadership and technical advice to division managers; coordinates the efforts of appraisal staff in response to Board of Tax Appeals and other appraisal litigation; serves as in-house advisor to the County Appraiser and division managers on matters relating to adherence to State Property Tax Codes; reviews litigation matters with County Counsel.

·         Contributes to the effectiveness of the organization by offering information and opinion; integrates objectives with other cross-functional teams.

Job Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in any subject; ten years mass appraisal experience with knowledge of Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal Systems and proficient knowledge and work experience with real property valuation processes and cycles; five years progressively responsible experience in a leadership role; and be a Registered Mass Appraiser (RMA) or equivalent state designation, have an equivalent Mass Appraisal Designation, or Certified General License are required. Must be capable of maneuvering and reviewing a construction site and maintain a valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record is also required.

Bachelor’s degrees in Business, Finance, Economics, Mathematics, or Statistics; a Master’s degree in any subject; previous experience Mapping, using Pictomerty, SSRS, Oblique Photography, Lot Surveys and Blue Prints; or possessing a Certified Assessment Evaluator (CAE), Member Appraisal Institute (MAI), American Society of Appraisers (ASA), or Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) are preferred.

If you meet the minimum requirements and are interested in this position, please apply on-line

Assessor Available

Posted 12/2/2014

For field or office work on a Part-time basis.  Fairfield and New Haven County preferred.

Contact: John Pugliese

(203) 671-7039

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