APPRAISER I, II, or III
Appraiser I: This is the entry level classification in the Appraiser series. Incumbents will learn to prepare full, accurate, and complete appraisals of real property.
Appraiser II: This is the journey level classification in the Appraiser series. Incumbents are expected to work independently in the assessment of real property.
Appraiser III: This is the advanced level classification in the Appraiser series.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:
Visits and interviews taxpayers, makes investigations, and analyzes data in determining the value of real property; inspects building improvements and changes to determine effect on value; inspects exterior and interior of buildings to determine classification according to standards and examples set forth in appraisal manual; examines and takes into consideration quality of materials, fixtures, equipment, and general construction; measures buildings and computes improved or total area; estimates replacement costs, absolescences, construction costs, resale values and other pertinent factors; reviews sales data for acceptance/rejection; combines various elements affecting property value and exercises judgment in arriving at equitable and consistent appraisals for tax assessment purposes; records information on appraisal form; prepares scale drawings of the location of buildings and improvements in relation to property lines; sketches maps to assist in field locations; explains assessment procedures and determinations to taxpayers; prepares and presents written and oral reports; maintains files; other related duties as required. Appraiser III assists in training Appraiser I incumbents.
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