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Canterbury Lynn Byberg - Assessor 01/01/2016
Ellington Walter Topliff - Assessor 11/16/2015
Griswold Barbara Gauthier - Assistant Assessor 12/01/2015
Madison Diane Vitagliano - Deputy Assessor 12/14/2015
Naugatuck Carol Ann Tyler - Assessor 01/04/2016
Redding Faith Richmond - Assistant Assessor 12/07/2015
Rocky Hill Dave Delohery - Assistant Assessor 11/23/2015
Woodbury Darcel Peters - Assistant Assessor 11/30/2015

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Town of Beacon Falls

Clerk for Assessor - Tax Collector

Part-Time: 20 hours week

Application Deadline: February 3, 2016

Posted 1/26/2016

This position provides office administration and clerical support to the Assessor and Tax Collector.  Primary responsibilities including but not limited to assisting with property transfers, exemption updates, processing applications for tax relief programs, checking personal property calculations, pricing motor vehicles, answering phones, processing mail, collects taxes and posts tax receipts, prepares deposits, investigates delinquent taxes, prepares delinquent statements and coordinates mailing of same, works full time (35 hours) in the absence of the Assessor and Assistant Tax Collector and performs other related work as required.  This list is not all-inclusive and can change when necessary.

Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to interact courteously and effectively with fellow employees and the public is essential.  Familiarity with the concepts of real estate and personal property valuation is desirable as well as the ability to explain tax collection procedures.  Good computer skills and phone skills are required.

Knowledge of Quality Data Service Assessor and Tax programs as well as proficiency in the use of computers using Windows, which include Word and Excel, are required.  Must have the ability to function in a multi-task environment and complete work as assigned.  Must be extremely accurate, use good judgment and maintain a professional demeanor at all time.

Applications and detailed job description can be found on the Town of Beacon Falls website at:  www.beaconfalls-ct.org

Applications may also be picked up at the Office of the First Selectman, 10 Maple Avenue, Beacon Falls, CT from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 noon and 1:00 P.m. to 4:30 P.M. or on the Town’s website at:  www.beaconfalls-ct.org no later than Wednesday, February 3, 2016.

 THE TOWN OF BEACON FALLS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


  City of Milford

Clerk A

Department: Assessor’s (and Other City Offices)

Starting Salary: $34,926 annually; $17.91 per hour; 37.5 hour work week

Application Deadline: February 12, 2016

 Posted 1/25/2016

Requirements: Graduation from high school, including or supplemented by post-secondary business and/or computer courses and one (1) year of experience performing general clerical and office work using word processing OR any equivalent combination of formal education/training and/or work experience. General computer skills including word processing and email required. Some spreadsheet knowledge helpful. *This position will require that the selected candidate obtain the official designation of Administrative Assessment Technician (AAT) in accordance with the job description. 

For full job description, application and application instructions visit http://www.ci.milford.ct.us Click on Services, then Jobs, then Job Title.


Town of Bozrah

Assistant Assessor

Posted 1/13/2016

General Statement of Duties: Assists in the assessment of real and personal property for the Town of Bozrah through providing complex technical and clerical assessment support services. Resolves complex situations utilizing independent judgment based upon established policies, state laws and local ordinances. Works under the direction and supervision of the Assessor or First Selectman.

Examples of Work Performed: Assists the general public, residential and commercial property owners, lawyers, title searchers and appraisers by responding to requests regarding the Grand List, assessments, state statutes, etc. Maintains confidentiality of information presented and interprets and explains documents pertinent to state and local laws and ordinances as needed.

Assists with the implementation of elderly, disabled, blind, veteran's and other exemption programs. Explains maps, property record cards, elderly/disabled/veteran questions related to exemptions and credits.

Applies various exemptions to motor vehicle, personal property and real-estate. Assesses the value of un-priced motor vehicles; calculates credits for replacement vehicles. Processes certificate of corrections for motor vehicle and personal property accounts and maintains appropriate records for state retention purposes. Makes property visits in the field as required.

Maintains and updates data related to motor vehicle, real estate and personal property into industry specific data base, ensuring accuracy and confidentiality of material; makes entries into specialized software program.

Provides administrative support to the Board of Assessment Appeals including, drafting correspondence, setting appointments and agendas, attending meetings and typing up minutes. Processes and files correspondence related to personal property, including confidential Income and Expense Reports. Assists in the maintenance of sales assessment ratio records, maps, reports and comparable sales books. Responds to telephone inquiries related to motor vehicle, personal property or real estate issues using independent judgment and in conformance with established policies, state laws and local ordinances. Types reports and general correspondence; files and assists with large mailings as needed; collects and processes mail.

The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position

Minimum Qualifications: High school Diploma, vocational school diploma, or GED

Special Qualifications: Must possess or be capable of possessing the Assessment Administrative Technician (A.A.T.) designation.

Required Hours: Tuesday 9 a.m. –4 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m.–4 p.m.; Thursday 9 a.m.–6 p.m. 

Please send resumes to: First Selectman   Firstselectman@bozrahct.org   Town of Bozrah, 1 River Road, Bozrah, CT  06334


Town of Voluntown

Assistant to the Assessor/Building Official

Part-Time - 25 Hours per week

Application Deadline: Posted until filled

Posted 12/08/2015

General Statement of Duties: Assessor’s Office: Assists in the assessment of real and personal property for the Town of Voluntown through providing complex technical and clerical assessment support services. Resolves complex situations utilizing independent judgment based upon established policies, state laws and local ordinances. Works under the direction and supervision of the Assessor or designee.

Building Official Duties: Answers telephone inquiries related to building permits and other related matters. Interacts with the public, calculates and collects building permit fees, deposits fees and maintains accurate records and files. Prepares building reports, certificates of Occupancy as needed. Provides appropriate building forms and applications to the general public and contractors as needed.

Examples of Work Performed: Assists the general public, residential and commercial property owners, lawyers, title searchers and appraisers by responding to requests regarding the Grand List, assessments, state statutes, etc. Maintains confidentiality of information presented and interprets and explains documents pertinent to state and local laws and ordinances as needed.

Assists with the implementation of elderly, disabled, blind, veteran's and other exemption programs. Explains maps, property record cards, elderly/disabled/veteran questions related to exemptions and credits.

Applies various exemptions to motor vehicle, personal property and real-estate. Assesses the value of un-priced motor vehicles; calculates credits for replacement vehicles. Processes certificate of corrections for motor vehicle and personal property accounts and maintains appropriate records for state retention purposes. Makes property visits in the field as required.

Maintains and updates data related to motor vehicle, real estate and personal property into industry• specific data base, ensuring accuracy and confidentiality of material; enters building permits into specialized software program.

Provides administrative support to the Board of Assessment Appeals including, drafting correspondence, setting appointments and agendas, attending meetings and typing up minutes. Processes and files correspondence related to personal property, including confidential Income and Expense Reports. Assists in the maintenance of sales assessment ratio records, maps, reports and comparable sales books. Responds to telephone inquiries related to motor vehicle, personal property or real estate issues using independent judgment and in conformance with established policies, state laws and local ordinances. Types reports and general correspondence; files and assists with large mailings as needed; collects and processes mail.

Minimum Qualifications: Associates Degree and five years of responsible administrative support experience in an Assessor’s Office, Building Official’s Office, or the satisfactory equivalent combination of training and experience.

Special Qualifications: Must possess or be capable of possessing the Assessment Administrative Technician (A.A.T.) designation.

Please send resumes to: Town of Voluntown

115 Main Street

PO Box 96

Voluntown, CT 06384


Assessor Available

Posted 10/18/2015

For field or office work and other services on a Part-time basis.  New Haven, Middlesex Counties preferred.

Contact: David Stannard, CCMA II, CCRS

(203) 915-7181

df.stannard@gmail.com


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

john.4251@hotmail.com


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