Council-Manager Government Since 1941
the direction of the Assessor, the Assistant Assessor has the responsibility to
assess the valuation of personal property and/or inventory of commercial and
industrial establishments; to inspect real estate and make appraisals of new
building and building additions and improvements according to recognized
appraisal standards. Assists in
maintenance of all records and documents of real estate and personal property
value and ownership. Confers with
property owners and provides information about laws pertaining to motor vehicle
taxation, exemption for elderly citizens, and similar tax liability matters;
compiles lists such as Grand List, assessments, properties, elderly homeowners and
other assessment information. Searches
land records for changes in ownership and in response to requests for
information from attorneys, real estate agents and the public. Records changes in assessment administrative
documents and files to reflect new construction or ownership of property.
School diploma or equivalency, including or supplemented by courses in office
skills, plus three years of responsible administrative experience, including
one year in an assessment environment OR, an equivalent combination of
education and experience substituting on the basis of two years of education
for each year of experience. Must have a
Connecticut Municipal Assessor Certification and have a valid driverís
license. Must have a valid driverís
license and must have a Connecticut Municipal Assessor Certification.
appointments shall be made according to merit and fitness for performing the
functions of the position, including factors such as education, experience,
aptitude, knowledge, character, ethics, or other qualifications that would
determine the best candidate for the position.
Examinations may include written, oral, physical, or performance tests
or any combination of the various types of examinations. Offers of employment are contingent upon
satisfactory results on a background check, pre-employment physical, drug
screening and verification of information on the employment application.
Applications may be obtained from the
Department of Human Resources, 800 Bloomfield Ave., Bloomfield, CT 06002, or on
our website at www.bloomfieldct.org and must
be submitted to Human Resources along with
a resume, copy of Certification and cover letter no later than Thursday,
July 15, 2021. Applications are
accepted by mail, in person or via e-mail to email@example.com.
Town of Bloomfield is an affirmative
action/equal employment opportunity employer.
Minorities, women & persons with disabilities are encouraged to
apply. Persons with a disability who may need this information in an
alternative format or who may need accommodations during the testing procedure
should contact Cindy Coville, ADA Coordinator at 860-769-3538 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.