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Employer: Pottawatomie County
Job Title: Deputy County Appraiser
Salary: $21.92 Hourly
DEPUTY COUNTY APPRAISER Starting Rate: $21.92/hour, actual pay DOQ
Position Responsibilities: Attaining personal and real estate property information, assessing values, maintaining personal property records, and assessing property as accurately as possible using KOMTEK and ORION software programs. Employee should possess excellent interpersonal communication skills and ability to work independently with little to no direct supervision. Position is responsible for the office and personnel supervision when the Appraiser is out of the office. The candidate shall have a working knowledge of residential/commercial real estate, market modeling concepts, basic mapping, personal property oil & gas assessment and sales.
Education/Experience: A high school diploma, GED or equivalent is required. The candidate must possess a State Certified General Appraisal license, the RMA, CAE or RES designations and be on the county appraiser eligibility list with the Department of Revenue, Property Valuation Department. Employee is required to attend education courses on property valuation, data collection or other courses as assigned by the County Appraiser for continuing education purposes. The employee must possess a thorough knowledge of the State Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal Orion Valuation System, the Komtek tax system and data entry within one year of employment. Must be able to pass all required courses within 2 years of employment. The position description identifies the specific courses.
Position description is available upon request, contact human resources at 785-457-1432 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Drug Free Workplace - Pottawatomie County is committed to a Drug-Free Workplace. By submitting my application I understand the County requires the successful completion of a post-offer pre-employment drug test as a condition of employment. This position may also require additional testing, which may include written, verbal, or physical assessments.
Completion of an employment application does not constitute an offer of employment nor is a completed application considered a contract of employment. Employment with Pottawatomie County is considered to be “at-will”. Submission of an application does not establish an obligation for Pottawatomie County to offer an interview or employment. Additionally, any misrepresentation or omission of information on the employment application may result in the rejection of the application or in dismissal from employment.
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