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SARATOGA COUNTY  posted 2/15/2018

The Town of Moreau is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Full Time Sole Assessor.
The Town has a population of over 15,000 residents and has approximately 6,300 parcels, with a wide variety of real property types.

Applicants must meet minimum qualification standards as set forth in the 20 NYCRR 8188; sub section 8188-2.2 based on education, work experience and approval of the NYS Department of Taxation
and Finance Office of Real Property Educational Services.

Candidate should be highly motivated with good inter-personal skills as well and exhibit integrity and good judgement.   Responsibilities include, but are not limited to inspecting, classifying and valuing all classes of property, maintaining property records, computer skills, having working knowledge of existing law, rules and regulations governing the evaluation of property for assessment purposes and exemptions. Individuals should have a demonstrated ability to work with NYS computer programs, and will be required to attend Board of Assessment Review hearings as well as Article 7 proceedings.
Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Please send Resume and salary requirements along with The Town of Moreau Employment Application which is available at The Town Clerks Office or on-line at (www.townofmoreau.org) to: Town Supervisor, 351 Reynolds Rd., Moreau, NY 12828.

For additional information, please call (518)792-1030 ext. 6 or email moreausuper@townofmoreau.org.


Greenwich, CT posted Feb 1, 2018

Real Estate Appraiser
Performs responsible professional, technical and administrative work in the valuation of all types of real estate. Handles the discovery, listing and/or valuation of all commercial, industrial, utility and commercial oriented tax-exempt real estate.
Reports to the Tax Assessor. Required Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Finance, Real Estate, Accounting, Business Administration or a related field plus 5 years of experience in the valuation, appraisal or assessment of income-producing property. Priority consideration will be given to the candidate that possesses the General Certified Appraiser classification with the State of Connecticut, the MAI designation with the Appraisal Institute, and/or a CAE designation from the International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO), or a comparable designation from another professionally equivalent organization. Special Necessary Requirements: Certification by the Connecticut Association of Assessing Officers as a Certified Connecticut Municipal Assessor II within the first five years of employment; Course IA and IB must be completed within 2 years from hire date.
Detailed information about the Town as well as the job description and requirements are available on the Town’s website www.greenwichct.org HR Department, 101 Field Point Road, Greenwich, CT 06830. EOE M/F/D/V
Please apply through this link :
http://agency.governmentjobs.com/greenwichct/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1952977


Ulster County posted Feb 1, 2018

Town of Plattekill

Assessor

see attached


Steuben County posted 1/26/2018

The Town of Lindley is looking for a Certified NYS Assessor. 
Responsible for approximately 1000 parcels which are 98% residential and 
agricultural. Currently looking to collect updated data and perform a 
revaluation on the town. This may be contracted to an outside agency depending 
on the terms of interested parties. Pay would be negotiated to represent the 
responsibilities and expectations between the Town and the appointed Assessor. 
Please contact the Town of Lindley at lindleytc@stny.rr.com or phone 
607-523-8816 for further information.


Orange County Posted 1/2/2018

Part Time Assessor

Village of Tuxedo Park

see PDF attachment


Rockland County  posted 12/26/2017

The Town of Clarkstown is seeking a seasoned professional to manage and administer the Town’s real property assessment programs and activities. 
Town Assessor performs complex professional work planning, organizing and directing the appraisal of real property for assessment purposes and administering programs related to real property taxation.  Position involves developing procedures and standards in the usage of the recognized approaches to appraising real estate, coordinating the proper designation of land uses and ownership, and maintaining current knowledge of building costs and market trends.  Town Assessor assists staff with the appraisal of large and more complex properties, ensures compliance with all laws, rules and regulations associated with real property taxation, and represents the Assessor's office before governing bodies, taxpayers, Board of Assessment Review and Courts.
 
Successful candidate will have thorough knowledge of laws, policies, principles and practices of modern real property appraisal and assessment; thorough knowledge of building construction practices, building materials, and land values; considerable knowledge of management and supervisory principles; thorough knowledge of current literature, trends and developments in the field of real property appraisal and assessment; skilled in the methods of obtaining, organizing and evaluating data relating to the determination of real property values; ability to plan, organize  and direct the activities of an assessment office; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with elected and appointed officials, peers, staff and the general public.  


Job Information
• Location: New City, NY 10956  
• Posted:December, 2017 
• Position Title: Town Assessor 
• Company Name: Town of Clarkstown 
• Job Function: Assessor 
• Entry Level: No 
• Job Type: Full-Time 
• Min Education: BA/BS/Undergraduate 
• Min Experience: 5-7 Years 

Send resume to: clarkstownjobs@gmail.com


Dutchess County posted 12/4/2017

The Town of Rhinebeck is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Full Time Sole Appointed Assessor. We are an approximately 3,860 parcel community with a wide variety of real property types. Applicants should be state certified or become state certified within one year; have relevant work experience; have good computer skills; have knowledge of systematic analysis for running assessment rolls; exhibit integrity and good judgement; have good communication skills; and be capable of establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with the public and municipal officials. Salary is negotiable.
A full job description can be found on the Town of Rhinebeck website. Please email resumes and salary expectations to townclerk@rhinebeckny.gov.


Greenwich, CT posted 12/4/2017

Assistant Assessor
Performs professional, technical and administrative work under the direction of the Assessor with the day to day coordination and administration of the Town's residential, personal, commercial and industrial property assessment program. Responsible for the valuation of 45+ billion-dollars' worth of real estate, motor vehicle, and personal properties. Oversees professional staff and participates in the conduct of appraisals and related administrative work in the valuing of taxable property to establish the Grand List; and serves as key member of the Office of the Assessor's management team, assuming the responsibility for the Office supervision in the absence of the Assessor. Required Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Business, Accounting, Economics, or a closely related field. Pertinent graduate degree desirable. Five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in real and personal property appraisal work obtained within the last 10 years. Experience must include 2 years of municipal assessment work or the equivalent and 1 year supervising staff in the conduct of appraisal, assessment or closely related work. Special Necessary Requirements: Connecticut Municipal Assessor's Certification, CCMA II, or its equivalent within another jurisdiction; if equivalent, CCMA II must be obtained within two years from date of appointment.
Detailed information about the Town as well as the job description and requirements are available on the Town’s website www.greenwichct.org HR Department, 101 Field Point Road, Greenwich, CT 06830. EOE M/F/D/V
Please apply through this link : http://agency.governmentjobs.com/greenwichct/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1910554


TOMPKINS COUNTY posted 11//6/2017

Tompkins County is currently recruiting for a Real Property Appraiser or Assistant Real Property Appraiser. I invite you to review the position details on the links below and visit the Tompkins County website to apply.
If this opportunity is not right for you, I would ask that you please share it with other appraisal professionals who you believe may be ready for the next step in their career.

Promotional Flyer

Assistant Real Property Appraiser

Real Property Appraiser


Thank you for your consideration and help.

Jay Franklin
Director of Assessment
jfranklin@tompkins-co.org
607-274-5517



SULLIVAN COUNTY posted 11/6/17

TOWN OF FALLSBURG

The Town of Fallsburg is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Full Time Sole Assessor. We are approximately a 9,500 parcel community with a wide variety of real property types.  Applicants should be state certified or meet minimum qualification standards as set forth in the 20 NYCRR 8188,§ 8188-2.2 based on education, relevant work experience or a combination thereof.  Applicant should exhibit integrity, good judgement, and good communication skills while establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with the public and municipal officials.

Salary is negotiable and start date is flexible.

Please send Resume and salary expectations with Town Application ( available at Town Clerks Office or on-line at (www.townoffalsburg.com) to: Town Supervisor, P.O Box 2019, 19 Railroad Plaza, South Fallsburg, NY 12779


ULSTER COUNTY posted 8/17/2017

CITY OF KINGSTON

Title: Assessment Data Collector

Grade: CSEA pay grade 10

Salary: $17,323.50 - $20,650 (Annually Part-time)

Classification: Competitive

Distinguishing Features of the Class:
The work involves responsibility for the collection and recording of data which forms the basis for the determination of assessments of real property.  The work is performed under the direct supervision of the Assessor.  The incumbent does related work as required.

Typical Work Activities:
• Locates property based on information from deeds and tax maps;
• Operates computer, calculator, copier, FAX machine and other standard office machinery;
• Collects, verifies or corrects information on residential, farm, commercial, industrial and vacant land in accordance with the procedures and definitions contained in the data collection manual;
• Makes field inspections and lists physical characteristics of lands, buildings and improvements of real property, including observations on physical conditions, both interior and exterior, quality of kitchens and bathrooms, observations on land types, size, soil conditions and utility;
• Takes measurements and records information with respect to foundations, basement area, walls, floors, roofing, interior finishing, heating, lighting and other related matters;
• Records neighborhood characteristics and conditions and special information pertinent to the specific property;
• Photographs improvements and parcels for identification;
• Draws scale plot plans
• Calculates value of improvements using NYS manual and valuation guides;
• Updates data on all parcels currently on file;
• Maintains a variety of records and reports;
• Answers questions received from the public by telephone and in person;
• Perform various clerical and field duties relating to property assessments;

Required Knowledge Skills and Abilities:
Working knowledge of the laws, rules and regulations governing the evaluation of property for assessment purposes;  Working knowledge of office terminology, procedures and equipment;  Working knowledge to operate computers and basic knowledge of computer software;  Working knowledge of business and arithmetic and English; Ability to inspect and collect information on real property;  Ability to read deeds and maps for locating property;  Ability to accurately measure buildings and calculate square footage;  Ability to accurately make arithmetic computations involving fractions, decimals, algebra and geometry;  Ability to operate a camera; Ability to prepare and maintain records and reports;  Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

Minimum Qualifications:
Possession of a valid New York State Class CDL C License with P (Passenger Transport) endorsement.

Accepted Training and Experience:
Graduation from High School or possession of a High School Equivalency diploma and one (1) year in real estate, property valuation, construction cost estimating or similar field.

Special Requirement for Acceptance of Application:
Possession of a valid New York State Driver’s License.
Benefit Package:
This is a part-time position and does not include health, dental or vision insurance.  However it does include vacation, personal, sick and Holiday pay.  Enrollment in the New York State Retirement system is optional for part-time employees.

Applications:
Applications must be received in the the Civil Service Office by Friday, August 18, 2017.  Applications for this position may be obtained from the Civil Service Office in City Hall, Ground Floor, 420 Broadway, Kingston, NY 12401 or on our website at www.kingston-ny.gov under the Employment tab.

This posting is in the competitive class.  The position will be filled on a provisional basis.  Provisional appointments mean the incumbent must take the Civil Service examination when it is offered and be among the top three willing to accept appointment.  For more information about Civil Service employment call (845) 334-3921.


The City of Kingston is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer



COLUMBIA COUNTY posted 8/4/2017

The City of Hudson, NY is seeking a certified experienced professional Tax Assessor who will be responsible for citywide assessment. Responsibilities include: working with outside consultant to complete citywide reval; annually valuing all parcels of real property citywide; all clerk duties; entering data in RPS systems, along with all property exemptions; updating all assessment records; and working closely with the city's building department. Candidates should have good knowledge of principles, practices and laws pertaining to Real Property valuation and assessment; be able to prepare and participate at all public hearings of the Board of Assessment Review. Establishing and maintaining a good working relationship with the public is essential. 

This is an appointed, part-time position – 3 full workdays per week at $35,000 per year.

Interested parties are encouraged to apply via email to Hudson’s Mayor at mayor@cityofhudson.org.