APPRAISER ISUTTER COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES
THE COUNTY OF SUTTER
Invites Applications for
THE POSITION: Under general supervision, learns the methods and procedures for securing and analyzing data needed to appraise real property for ad valorem tax purposes; conducts standard field investigations, studies and appraisals of residential, commercial, agricultural, industrial and special use properties; and perform related work as necessary. The eligible list established from this recruitment may be used to fill any future opening(s) in this class for up to nine months.
JOB DUTIES: Learns to conduct investigations and analyze data in determining the value of residential, commercial, agricultural, industrial and special use properties for tax assessment purposes; performs inspections; inspects building improvements/changes to determine the effect on property value; inspects exterior and interior of buildings to determine classification according to standards and examples set forth in appraisal manuals; learns to examine and analyze the quality of materials, fixtures, equipment and general construction in buildings and improvements; measures buildings and computes improved or total areas; estimates replacement costs, construction costs, resale values and other pertinent factors affecting property values; obtains information in interviews with owners, contractors, real estate agents, and others; collects and analyzes sales and income data; exercises judgment in arriving at fair market value appraisals for tax assessment purposes; learns to combine elements affecting property value and to utilize judgment in arriving at consistent, equitable appraisals for tax assessment purposes; performs the most routine appraisal assignments on an independent basis as job experience is gained; reviews and interprets blueprints, floor plans, maps, aerial photographs, etc.; may sketch floor plans for square footage calculations; records factual information and comments on appraisal forms; assists with the preparation of reports; prepares and/or generates various correspondence and documentation; reviews various documentation and processes, forwards, or takes other action as appropriate; responds to requests for information or assistance; performs manual record keeping of files; provides information and/or directs inquiries as appropriate.
For more information, and how to apply, please visit our website www.suttercounty.org
HR: (530) 822-7113