$33.97 - $42.66 (Hourly)
General Statement of Duties: This
position is responsible for the development, preparation and tabulation of
technical information in the appraisal of real property, consisting of
residential, commercial and industrial land and buildings, registered vehicles
and personal property consisting of furniture, machinery and equipment of
businesses. Inspects sites of new
construction, renovations, additions and demolitions. Inspects, measures and collects appraisal information
on real and personal property. In
preparing information for assessment purposes, uses various appraisal methods,
ranging from sight appraisal to detailed examination of books of account, such
as the preparation of pricing schedules and the investigation of sales
information and construction costs in computing replacement value. Produces a work product in conformance with
established appraisal standards, policies, objectives and plans.
Additional Duties: Assists
Assessor in making property inspections.
Assists Assessor in all phases of the appraisal function, including but
not limited to, assisting and instruction the office staff in appraisal and
assessment matters as required. Prepares
written reports and correspondence.
Performs related work as assigned.
Supervision Received: Works
under the direction of Assessor or another designated supervisor.
Supervision Exercised: Generally,
none, however, may supervise office staff as assigned by the Assessor.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Considerable
knowledge of the techniques, standards and procedures used in the appraisal of
real property, personal property and registered vehicles. Considerable ability to make involved
mathematical computations. Good
knowledge of accounting, office procedures and the use of computer
systems. Good ability in written and
oral communications and ability to complete work within deadlines. Considerable ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, co-workers, the
public and vendors.
degree from a recognized college or university in economics, business, finance,
real estate or related area plus three (3) years of real estate or appraisal
experience or an equivalent combination of experience and training specified
above substituting on a year-for-year basis.
Special Requirements: Must
possess or be able to obtain a certified Connecticut Municipal Assessor
designation with five (5) years of appointment.
Must possess and maintain a valid Connecticut Motor Vehicle Operator’s
Excellent Health Insurance Packages, Group Life Insurance, Pension Plan,
Paid Holidays, Paid Vacations, Paid Sick Leave.
Application Forms: May be obtained at the Department of Human
Resources, Town of Wallingford, 45 South Main Street, Wallingford, CT 06492. Forms will be mailed upon request from
the Department of Human Resources or may be downloaded from the Department of Human
Resources Web Page.
Written – 100% or
Oral – 100% or Background Evaluation –
100% or Written- 50%/Oral –
50% or Written 50%/Background Evaluation –
50% or Oral – 50%/Background Evaluation – 50%
Closing Date: The
closing date will be the date the 50th application or resume is
received or August 29, 2022, whichever occurs first.
THE TOWN OF WALLINGFORD IS AN EQUAL