Location Arapahoe County, 5334 South Prince Street, Littleton, 80120, Colorado Department Assessor's Office
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The Commercial Appraisal Supervisor is responsible for supervisory and administrative duties over the division within the Arapahoe County Assessor's Office and performs a variety of professional, complex duties associated with the gathering and analysis of pertinent descriptive data relating to commercial property assessment. Work in this position is characterized by difficult decisions to determine a course of action from various alternative methods and is responsible for the determination and explanation of property valuations. Considerable analysis and correlation of facts is required.
The anticipated hiring salary range is $62,374 - $79,560 annually, commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Arapahoe County offers a competitive, comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, retirement, vacation, sick, 11 public holidays, and more! Please follow the link to review! http://www.co.arapahoe.co.us/DocumentCenter/View/2385 Duties: The following duty statements are illustrative of the essential functions of the job and do not include other non-essential or marginal duties that may be required. The County reserves the right to modify or change the duties or essential functions of the job at any time. Supervises, trains, coordinates and reviews the work and personnel assigned to division, oversees the hiring, promotion, evaluation, discipline and termination of all assigned employees. Oversees and participates in the daily activities of assigned division, schedules work assignments, assesses work flow and assigns duties to assigned employees, reviews the work of division employees for technical accuracy. Prepares budgetary, personnel and equipment requests for division, responsible for the proper allocation of approved resources. Responds to inquiries from the public concerning appraisals, explains and discusses applicable laws, codes and procedures with property owners and /or their representatives, may assist the public in completing appropriate forms, prepares abatements, prorations and Treasurer's assessments, interacts with the public during protest period and at Board of Equalization hearings, prepares, presents cases and defends appraisal results before the County Board of Equalization, State Board of Assessment Appeals, Arbitration and the District Court. Meets periodically with the County Assessor and Deputy Assessor of Appraisal to advise them of current activities and to discuss problems arising from changes to the tax laws and codes, assessment procedures and techniques and departmental procedures for affected property within the County, disseminates information on policy and regulatory changes to assigned personnel. Meets with contracted auditors on an annual basis and prepares documentation to satisfy audit requirements. Maintains control over SAP and monitors personnel time banks and start & stop times. Administers BAA assignments that pertain to the commercial workload. Assumes the duties associated with the lower level Appraiser positions when workload mandates, assumes direct supervisory role on complex or involved assessment proceedings including reappraisals. Performs other duties as assigned. This position is distinguished from the Senior Commercial Appraiser position by the additional responsibility of supervision of a division and the final value responsibility within the assigned division. This position is distinguished from the Deputy Assessor by the lack of overall departmental supervision and limit in interaction outside of assigned division.
Skills, Abilities and Competencies: Comprehensive knowledge of commercial mass appraisal methods, statistics, procedures and techniques, extensive knowledge of building design, construction, materials, cost and depreciation and County land values, uses and zoning. Comprehensive knowledge of existing assessment laws and regulations as they apply to appraisal techniques and valuations, ability to apply laws and regulations to property assessment. Proven ability to work under stress and meet reappraisal deadlines of approximately 6,000 commercial properties. Working knowledge of computer programs related to position as well as Microsoft Office suite. Knowledge of general office procedures. Ability to read and interpret maps, blueprints and legal descriptions Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, property owners, professional representatives, other governmental entities, contractors, developers, assigned personnel, other employees and the general public. Behavioral Competencies (these are required for all positions at ACG): Service First Excellent Quality Responsive Government Visionary Thinking Innovation Caring Leadership Effective Communication Fiscal Responsibility Integrity Respect for Others Safety Teamwork
Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Business, Construction Management or related field Five (5) years of experience in property appraisal including emphasis on supervision. Licensing Requirement: Certified General Appraisal License and continuing education to maintain license. Completion of Colorado State Division of Property Taxation "Appraiser II" and "Appraiser III" courses or equivalent required. Completion of similar courses and management/leadership courses desirable. A combination of education and experience may be considered Pre-Employment Additional Requirements: Must successfully pass pre-employment testing which includes an acceptable motor vehicle record (MVR) check, background check and drug screen. Post-Employment Requirements: Possession of a valid Class "R" Colorado Driver's License or the ability to obtain one within two weeks of appointment. Supplemental Information: WORK ENVIRONMENT: Work is generally confined to a standard office environment. May require occasional trips in the field with exposure to weather elements and hazards associated with new building construction or land site development. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The following are some of the physical demands commonly associated with this position. No unusual physical demands are associated with this position. Spends 70% of the time sitting and 30% of the time either standing or walking. Occasionally lifts, carries, pulls or pushes up to 20 lbs. Occasionally uses cart, dolly, or other equipment to carry in excess of 25 lbs. Occasionally climbs, stoops, kneels, balances, reaches, crawls and crouches while performing office or work duties. Verbal and auditory capacity enabling constant interpersonal communication through automated devices, such as telephones, radios, and similar; and in public meetings and personal interactions. Constant use of eye, hand and finger coordination enabling the use of automated office machinery or equipment. Visual capacity enabling constant use of computer or other work related equipment.
Definitions: Occasionally: Activity exists less than 1/3 of the time. Frequently: Activity exists between 1/3 and 2/3 of the time. Constantly: Activity exists more than 2/3 of the time.