Job Opportunities....

Harris County Board of Assessors - Appraiser Trainee (Open Until Filled)

Jeff Davis County Board of Assessors - Chief Appraiser (Open Until Filled)

Macon County Board of Assessors - Chief Appraiser (Open Until Filled)

Miller County Board of Assessors - Appraiser I (Open Until Filled)

Troup County Board of Assessors - Personal Property Appraiser II (Open Until Filled)

Ware County Board of Assessors - Chief Appraiser (Open Until Filled)

Whitfield County Board of Assessors - Chief Appraiser (Open Until Filled)


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Georgia Department of Revenue - Various Positions

Georgia County & City Jobs Listing - Various

I.A.A.O. Jobs Listings - Various



 


Georgia Department of Revenue - Various Positions

Position Title: Various Positions

County or Business Name: Georgia Department of Revenue

Closing Date: Various

Job Description: To view job opportunities with the Georgia Department of Revenue, please visit : https://etax.dor.ga.gov/HR/HR_default.aspx

Notice to Applicants: Most DOR temp and regular jobs require the Revenue Employee Test, which covers spelling (8 questions), mathematics (6 questions), math word problems (4 questions), reading comprehension (5 questions), punctuation (3 questions), and grammar (7 questions). To take the test, you need to have an account on Careers.ga.gov and register for the test on that site. See the calendar and tutorial on this page for more information.

Contact Information: Please contact the Human Resources Office at (404) 417-2140 if you have any questions concerning employment opportunities.

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Georgia County & City Jobs Listing - Various

Position Title: Various County or Business Name: Georgia County & City Jobs Listing To view job opportunities with Georgia's Counties and Cities visit: www.glga.org/

Contact Information: http://www.glga.org/

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  Barrow County Tax Assessors - Chief Appraiser (Open Until Filled) 

Job Opening:  Chief Appraiser

Job Description: Under limited supervision, performs professional, managerial, and administrative work in directing the Tax Assessor Department.  Work involves supervising the employees of the appraisal staff in the gathering of data to compile the tax digest for Barrow County; analyzing data that has been collected by the appraisal staff; ensuring that the data meets certain guidelines as required by the Georgia Department of Revenue; and ensuring that the tax digest for Barrow County and BOE System are not denied.  Employee exercises considerable tact and courtesy in frequent contact with the general public, property owners and government officials.  Reports to the Board of Assessors

Minimum Requirements: High School Diploma or GED and six to nine years of experience in tax assessment,   appraisal or collections, with one to two years of supervisory experience; or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required skills, knowledge, and abilities. Must possess a minimum of an Appraiser III Certification as mandated by the GA Dept. Of Revenue. Must possess or be able to obtain a valid GA DL with a satisfactory driving record.

Salary Range: Minimum $60,292-Midpoint $70,107.30-Maximum $84,107.70 (DOQ)

Applications are available by several means:

Online at www.barrowga.org (Online Forms>Human Resources)

In-Person at The Historical Courthouse located at 30 N. Broad Street, Winder GA 30680

Please submit application to Charlie H. Felts III, Director of Human Resources, 30 N. Broad Street, Winder, GA 30680 by mail, by email to hrgroup@barrowga.org or fax to 770-307-3141

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  Colquitt County Tax Assessors - Field Appraiser (Open Until Filled) 

Position Title: CHIEF APPRAISER

County or Business Name: COLQUITT COUNTY

Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Job Description: This position is responsible for supervising the daily operations of the Tax Assessors' Office and managing the development and preparation of the annual county tax digest ensuring all residential, commercial, personal and industrial property be assessed equitably and fairly.

Applications are being accepted for the above position.  Applicant must meet the following requirements:

1.Candidates must possess a minimum of an Appraiser III certification, as mandated by the Georgia Department of Revenue;

2.Candidate must also be computer literate and be skilled in both written and oral communications;

3.Possess comprehensive knowledge of current tax law, and budget preparation and administration; and,

4.Plans and assigns work, reviews and evaluates performance of the Board of Assessor staff; and,

5.Must be able to plan and organize work in an independent and efficient manner and exhibit exemplary work ethics;

6.Provides technical advice and assists in policy development; and,

7.Must possess, or be able to obtain, a valid Georgia driver's license. Experience and educational background will be considered,

8.Able to work with the public, respond to requests in a timely manner;

All potential employees are required to pass a pre-employment physical, drug test, and may be subject to a chest x-ray and tuberculosis testing.  All potential employees will submit to a background check.

Salary: Negotiable (based on experience)

Applications are available from Room 261, Courthouse Annex, 101 East Central Avenue, Moultrie, Georgia 31768 and on the Colquitt County web site at ccboc.com.    Applications must be submitted to John C. Peters, Sr., Human Resources Director, Room 261, Courthouse Annex; position will be opened until filled.Colquitt County is an “Equal Opportunity Employer.”

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  Crisp County Board of Assessors - Field Appraiser (Open Until Filled) 

Position Title: FIELD APPRAISER

County or Business Name: CRISP COUNTY

Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Job Description: The Crisp County Board of Assessors is accepting applications for a certified Field Appraiser Position. Applicants must be 21 years of age, have a valid Georgia Driver’s License, excellent computer, communication and organizational skills. It is preferred but not required that the applicant possess their Appraiser II Certification issued by the Georgia Department of Revenue or be certified within six months of employment.  Job responsibilities include but are not limited to; Conducting field reviews of residential, rural, commercial or industrial property; measures property size, shape and square footage; collects and records data, type of construction, age and other conditions effecting values. Enters data into appropriate cost system and verifies accuracy of final values. Familiar with Wingap, Excel, Word, GIS or similar computer programs, have good written and verbal language skills, assist taxpayers, tax representatives and the general public regarding matters involving the valuation process, defends values through conducting ratio studies and market research to general public and Board of Equalization hearings. Applicant will work under direct supervision of the Chief Appraiser and must complete 40 hours of prescribed continuing education every two years.

Salary: DEPENDS ON EXPERIENCE

Contact Information: Tim Quick, GCA

Chief Appraiser

Crisp County Board of Assessors

210 South 7th Street Room 208

Cordele, GA 31015

E-Mail address: ASSESSOR@CRISPCOUNTY.COM

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  Dawson County Board of Assessors - Field Appraiser (Open Until Filled) 

Position Title: Field Appraiser

County or Business Name: Dawson County Board of Assessors

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Job Description: Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to performing appraisals and establishing valuation of real property in the county.  Responsible for entering and updating county tax records and must have the ability to read county tax maps.  Provides assistance to the public related to tax assessments and questions.  Will require working with office staff, elected officials and other county departments proving information related to property values.  Performs other related duties as assigned.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

 Applicant must be 21 years of age or older, and possess a high school diploma or its equivalent; maintain a valid Georgia driver’s license and have no adverse driving record or felony conviction.   Appraiser I, II or III certification from the Georgia Department of Revenue preferred.  Applicant should have knowledge and understanding of standard property appraisal methods, techniques, tax assessment laws, policies and procedures for Georgia.  Individual should be able to interact with the public, provide good customer service, have an understanding of basic office equipment and computer skills. Applicant should have common skills in conducting basic mathematical equations and good communication skills, both oral and written.  Applicant must be able to pass a criminal background check and pre-employment drug screening.

Salary: Depending on qualifications

Additional Info: This position requires that the employee satisfactorily completes a  probationary period.

Contact Information: Applications are available in the County Administration office and here.  Applications may be mailed or delivered to the Dawson County Human Resources Department, 25 Justice Way, Suite 2233, Dawsonville, GA  30534; Monday through Friday 8:00a.m.-5:00p.m.   All applications submitted are subject to public disclosure under the Georgia Open Records Act. Dawson County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace.               Applications @ link below

http://dawsoncounty.org/uploads/files/humanresources/Employment_Application_rev_Feb2014_fillable.pdf

E-Mail address: ktangel@dawsoncounty.org

 

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  Harris County Board of Assessors - Appraiser Trainee (Open Until Filled) 
 

Position Title: FIELD APPRAISER TRAINEE

County or Business Name: Harris

Closing Date: Until Filled

Job Description: Harris County is accepting applications for the full-time position of Field Appraiser Trainee in the Tax Assessors' Office. HSD or GED required.  Experience in property appraisal or related field preferred, or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience providing the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for the job.  Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license and possess and maintain Georgia Department of Revenue Property Appraiser Level I certification, or obtain same within one year of hire.

Salary: DOQ

Legal Notes: Resumes without applications are not accepted.  Hiring will be dependent upon drug screening, driving history, and criminal and background checks.  An application may be found online at www.harriscountyga.gov.

Harris County is an EOE.

Contact Information: Wayne Morris, Chief Appraiser Harris County Board of Commissioners

104 North College Street

PO Box 365

Hamilton, GA 31811

E-Mail address: wmorris@harriscountyga.gov

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   Jeff Davis County Board of Assessors - Chief Appraiser (Open Until Filled)

Position Title: Chief Appraiser

County or Business Name: Jeff Davis County

Job Description: Jeff Davis County Tax Assessors - Chief Appraiser (Open Until Filled)

Position Title: Chief Appraiser County or Business Name: Jeff Davis County

Closing Date: Until filled Job Description:

This position is responsible for supervising the daily operations of the Tax Assessors' Office and managing the development and preparation of the annual county tax digest ensuring all residential, commercial, personal and industrial property be assessed equitably and fairly.

1. Candidates must possess a minimum of an Appraiser III certification, as mandated by the Georgia Department of Revenue. Candidate must also be computer literate and be skilled in both written and oral communications. Must possess, or be able to obtain, a valid Georgia driver's license. Experience and educational background will be considered.

2. The ideal candidate in addition to possessing the above certifications and licenses should possess familiarity with the WinGAP and GIS software. Candidates must be able to provide digest projections and participate in public presentations, prepare information for review and/or presentation to the Board of Assessors, interact with other county departments and regulatory agencies and perform other duties as assigned. Prior experience as a Chief Appraiser or experience in an appraisal supervisory position is preferred. This person must possess strong interpersonal skills, and an ability to relate to a wide variety of people.

3. Possess comprehensive knowledge of current tax law, and budget preparation and administration. Interview and makes hiring recommendations, plans and assigns work, reviews and evaluates performance of the Board of Assessor staff. Provides technical advice and assists in policy development.

4. Candidates must provide documentation of identity and eligibility for employment in the United States. Successful candidate must submit to a physical examination, background check and 7 year MVR inquiry.

5. Performs other related duties as required.

Contact Information: Jeff Davis County Board of Tax Assessors

14 Jeff Davis St

Hazlehurst, GA 31539

jdboa2@att.net

912-375-6624

912-375-6624

Email: jboa2@att.net

E-Mail address: jdboa2@att.net

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Macon County Board of Assessors - Chief Appraiser (Open Until Filled)

Position Title: Chief Appraiser (Open Until Filled)

County or Business Name: Macon County Board of Assessors

Posted: October 19 2011

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Job Description: The Macon County Board of Commissioners is now accepting applications for the position of Chief Appraiser for the Macon County Board of Assessors. This is the chief administrative and technical position for the Assessors Office. Areas of responsibility include:

•       Statutory Assessment Responsibilities

•       Chief Administrative Officer for the Appraisal Staff

•       Preparation and Supervision of Ongoing Staff Training and Development

•       Responsibility for Upper-Level Appraisal Tasks

•       Primary Responsibility for Meeting Timetables and Regulatory Deadlines

This position requires a minimum current certification as an Appraiser III by the Georgia Department of Revenue. However, an Appraiser II will be considered if they can achieve an Appraiser III designation within a specified amount of time. Also, a valid Georgia Driver’s License is required. Applicants will be required to pass a physical examination, drug and alcohol test, and a criminal background check.

The ideal candidate in addition to possessing the above certifications and licenses should possess familiarity with the WinGAP and GIS software. Candidates must be able to provide digest projections and participate in public presentations, prepare information for review and/or presentation to the Board of Assessors, interact with other county departments and regulatory agencies and perform other duties as assigned. Prior experience as a Chief Appraiser or experience in an appraisal supervisory position is preferred. This person must possess strong interpersonal skills, and an ability to relate to a wide variety of people.

Interested applicants should submit a letter of application, resume, and contact information for three (3) references (see contact Information)

Macon Board of Commissioners does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, national origin, or handicap status.

Contact Information: 
Macon County Board of Commissioners
C/O Ed Sealover
P.O. Box 297
Oglethorpe, GA 31068


E-Mail address: cblythe@maconcountygaboa.org

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  Miller County Board of Assessors - Appraiser I (Open Until Filled)

Position Title: Appraiser I

County or Business Name: Miller County Board of Assessors

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Job Description: Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to: the valuation of business machinery and equipment; performing appraisals and establishing valuation of real property; and other duties as may be necessary to compile the county tax digest.  This position is also responsible for entering and updating county tax records and must have the ability to read county tax maps.  Applicants must have strong social & interpersonal skills, to relate and work with their co-workers, the Board of Assessors, elected officials, as well as other county departments and more over the general public; providing assistance as related to tax assessments.  Responsible for processing all deed and property transfers.  Some field work may be required.  Procuring and processing all building permits.  Necessary preparation and processing of agricultural covenants. Perform other related duties and additional task as assigned. See job description for further details.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Applicant must be 21 years of age or older, and possess a high school diploma or its equivalent; maintain a valid Georgia driver’s license and have no adverse driving record or felony conviction.  Applicant must hold an Appraiser I, certification from the Georgia Department of Revenue.  Applicant must have knowledge and understanding of standard property appraisal methods, techniques, tax assessment laws, policies and procedures for Georgia.  Individual should be able to interact with the public, provide good customer service, have an understanding of basic office equipment and computer skills.     Applicant should have common skills in conducting basic mathematical equations and good communication skills, both oral and written.  Applicant must be able to pass a criminal background check and pre-employment drug screening.

Additional Requirements: Experience in real estate or accounting preferred.

Salary: Negotiable, Depending of Qualifications.

Additional Info: This position requires that the employee satisfactorily completes a  probationary period.

Legal Notes: Miller County maintains a drug-free workplace and it is a condition of employment that all employees be drug free.  Notice:  Drug and Alcohol use by Miller County employees during assigned working hours, in government buildings or on government grounds or otherwise while on government business is prohibited.  This shall include the use of illegal substances, the abuse of prescription medications and the use of alcohol.

Contact Information: Applicants Contact Tamara (Tammy) Ivy @ 229-758-4100 for more information or may apply between 8:30am –4:30pm at the Board of Assessor’s Office located at 111 N. First Street, Colquitt, GA 39837. Application may also be obtained @ millercountyga.org .

The Miller County Board of Assessors and Commissioners does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, and sex or handicap status.

E-Mail address: boachief@millercountyga.com

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  Troup County Board of Assessors - Personal Property Appraiser II (Open Until Filled) 

Position Title: Personal Property Appraiser II

County or Business Name: Troup County Board of Assessors

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Job Description: Interprets and applies state and local laws pertaining to property appraisal and assessment Performs valuation of small business personal property accounts for tax assessment purposes; maintains uniformity between taxpayers by comparing like items, researching appropriate pricing guides, applying depreciation and inflation factors, and establishing fair market values on personal property Processes documentation pertaining to personal property appraisal or assessment; sets up new accounts by assigning account numbers, creating new files, and entering data into computer; organizes tax returns for processing; retrieves account records to compare current year with prior year; identifies changes from previous year; investigates inconsistencies in reporting; contacts businesses or property owners to verify provided information or request additional information. Performs desk audits to verify accuracy of information; reviews current accounting records; analyzes/examines various reports, financial statements, balance sheets, ledgers, asset listings, and other records to verify taxable property with tax return and to determine conformance with established guidelines; verifies leased equipment through leasing companies updates records and correlates schedule values to asset listing costs; prepares audit reports with summary of findings. Additional Requirements: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university  in Accounting or course of study closely related to the occupational field and one year related work experience, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience Must be at least 21 years of Knowledge of appraisal methods including selection and computation of the appropriate factors influencing the of personal property Knowledge of the geography of Troup County Knowledge of state and county laws, rules, and regulations regarding personal property tax and appraisal methods Proficient with Microsoft office system to include Word Outlook and Excel and in the use of calculator, copier and knowledge of WinGap Appraisal  Software. Must possess or be able to obtain an Appraiser II designation from the Georgia Department of Revenue. Must maintain Appraiser II designation by successful completion of 40 hours DPR approved training bi-annually    Current, valid driver's license; driving record free of disqualifying traffic violations as set forth in County. Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills

Salary: Negotiable (based on experience)

Legal Notes: Troup County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace - Tobacco Free Effective July 1, 2014

Contact Information: The completed application must be delivered or mailed to the Human Resources Department at the address below. Applications may also be completed at the Human Resources Office.


Troup County Human Resources Department
100 Ridley Avenue
LaGrange, GA 30240


E-Mail address: deaton@troupco.org

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 Ware County Tax Assessors -  Chief Appraiser (Open Until Filled)

Position Title: Chief Appraiser

County or Business Name: Ware County

Closing Date: Until filled

Job Description: This position is responsible for supervising the daily operations of the Tax Assessors' Office and managing the development and preparation of the annual county tax digest ensuring all residential, commercial, personal and industrial property be assessed equitably and fairly.

Candidates must possess a minimum of an Appraiser III certification, as mandated by the Georgia Department of Revenue. Candidate must also be computer literate and be skilled in both written and oral communications. Must possess, or be able to obtain, a valid Georgia driver's license. Experience and educational background will be considered.

Possess comprehensive knowledge of current tax law, and budget preparation and administration. Interview and makes hiring recommendations, plans and assigns work, reviews and evaluates performance of the Board of Assessor staff. Provides technical advice and assists in policy development.

Candidates must provide documentation of identity and eligibility for employment in the United States. Successful candidate must submit to a physical examination, background check and 7 year MVR inquiry.

Performs other related duties as required.

Salary: $45,360

Legal Notes: A FULLY COMPLETED APPLICATION MUST ACCOMPANY RESUMES AND MAY BE OBTAINED FROM www.warecounty.com/EmploymentOpportunities.aspx WEBSITE AND/OR HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICE. PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG SCREENING REQUIRED. WARE COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/ AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. FEMALE, MINORITY, VETERAN AND DISABLED APPLICANTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY. APPLICANTS AND RESUMES MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICE, 2ND FLOOR, WARE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, M-F 9:00 AM–5:00 PM, E.O.E

Contact Information: Human Resources Department Ware County Board of Commissioners

800 Church St, Suite 202

Waycross, GA 31501

912-287-4333

E-Mail address: personnel@warecounty.com

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   Whitfield County Board of Assessors - Chief Appraiser (Open Until Filled)

Position Title: Chief Appraiser

County or Business Name: Whitfield County

Job Description: Whitfield County Tax Assessors - Chief Appraiser (Open Until Filled)

Position Title: Chief Appraiser County or Business Name: Whitfield County

Closing Date: Until filled

Job Description: The purpose of this classification is direct the programs, services, staff and resources of the County Tax Assessor’s Office. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

The following duties are normal for this position.  The omission of specific statements of the duties does not exclude them from the classification if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment for this classification.  Other duties may be required and assigned.

Plans, develops and directs department programs, services, resources and staff; formulates long and short range goals, objectives and plans; develops policies and procedures; ensures that operations comply with policies, procedures and related State laws; and directs the implementation of programs and services through subordinate supervisors and staff.

Supervises, directs, and evaluates assigned staff, processing employee concerns and problems, directing work, counseling, disciplining, and completing employee performance appraisals. Chief Administrative Officer of the Appraisal and Office Staff.

Monitors and evaluates department programs and services; assesses department performance; and identifies and implements changes to maximize use of resources and achieve goals and objectives as established by the Board of Tax Assessors.

Directs the mapping of parcels, parcel splits, new subdivision plats and deeds; supervises the editing and maintenance of property mapping databases; oversees the preparation of the Tax Digest; and prepares and reviews annual consolidation and total sheets by tax District for review by the State Department of Revenue. Responsible for Meeting Regulatory Deadlines.

Supervises and/or conducts research, studies and analyses of internal ratio, property management compliance issues, market issues, and proposed legislation; prepares reports of analyses, findings and recommendations; identifies areas with property value problems; and develops and implements corrective solutions. Provides guidance to staff regarding difficult and upper level appraisal issues and tasks and the interpretation of policies.

Performs complex appraisals for industrial and commercial properties; provides guidance to staff regarding difficult appraisal issues and the interpretation of policies; and negotiates and arbitrates the settlement of appeals and the other complaints/problems.  

Manages department financial resources; develops and administers the department’s budget; reviews and approves expenditures; and prepares and/or reviews financial reports.

Responds to inquiries and provides information to the property owners, taxpayers, general public, elected officials, government agencies, the media and other departments regarding property values, ownership and other department issues; reads, responds and/or assigns communications received via e-mail, telephone and written correspondence.

Acts as custodian for all appraisal records, tax maps and related data residing in the Tax Assessor’s office; and directs the establishment and management of department records, files and databases.

Reviews Homestead Exemption for accuracy and compliance; and oversees and reviews property applications for farm, historic and other special exemptions.

May serve as a member of varying boards, task forces, committees and management teams; prepares presentations to communicate information and provide updates on projects and initiatives; and attends conference and workshops.

Formulates and executes Requests for Proposals for the procurement of special services and projects; and advises management on the procurement of services and systems which affect the Tax Assessor’s office and its programs.

Operates a personal computer and general office equipment as necessary to complete essential functions, to include the use of word processing, spreadsheet, database, or other system software.

ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS

Performs other related duties as required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s degree in business management or a related field; supplemented by five years of progressively responsible experience in property appraisal and assessment work; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job. Must possess and maintain a valid Georgia driver’s license.   Must possess and maintain Appraiser IV Certification from the State of Georgia.

NOTE:

The ideal candidate will possess comprehensive knowledge of current tax law, budget preparation and administration. Interview and hires, plans and assigns work, reviews and evaluates performance of the Assessor’s office staff. Provides technical advice and assists in policy development.

Contact Information: Taylor Sardina, Human Resources Assistant

301 W. Crawford St, Dalton GA 30720

Email: Tsardina@whitfieldcountyga.com  Phone: 706-275-7502

To learn more or to apply for this position please visit the Whitfield County’s Website at: www.whitfieldcountyga.com

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