Town of Woodbury
is a 30 hour per week union position at a pay rate of $22.75 per hour.
Application Deadline: October 15, 2015
Working under the supervision of the Assessor, the Assistant Assessor adheres
to the provisions of the Connecticut General Statutes by assisting in the
planning and coordination of the town wide program of real and personal
property assessments for the compilation of the Grand List for taxation
purposes and related activities. The Assistant Assessor must adhere to General
Statutes schedules and assist in administering revaluation.
High School Diploma
(or GED) required. Minimum requirement is a CT appraisal
license/certification or two year experience with computerized assisted mass
appraisal or one year experience in a municipal assessor’s office. Must have
a working knowledge of Microsoft Office. Experience in revaluation, field
work, GIS, or CAMA systems a plus. CCMA I or actively seeking certification
A detailed job
description and job application can be found at
www.woodburyct.org Interested applicants should submit resume and
job application no later than October 15, 2015 to:
Town of Woodbury, Attn: Sarah, 281 Main
Street South, Woodbury, CT 06798
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
City of Norwalk
Salary range: $29.06 – 35.32/hour
$60,439 - $73,463/year
Deadline to file application: 9/25/15 at 11:59 pm
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: 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.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: 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. Receives general supervision
from the Tax Assessor.
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.
SPECIAL LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS AND/OR SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
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 assessment
Connecticut Municipal Assessor I Certification or equivalent.
Connecticut Municipal Assessor I Certification required within two years if
hired based on equivalent.
Motor Vehicle Operator’s License.
Connecticut Municipal Assessor II Certification preferred.
Department: Tax Assessor. This position is a Grade 15.
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 APPLICATION.
APPLICATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED AND FILED ONLINE AT: