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Additionally, applications are available at the Highway Department (1005 Picture Parkway) or at the Town Hall at 1000 Ridge Road.
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The Town of Webster is seeking an experienced professional to join our Assessor’s Office in the full-time position of Real Property Appraiser. This is a professional appraisal position responsible for appraising real property to obtain basic data for determination of valuation for tax purposes. The employee reports directly to and works under the general supervision of an Assessor or other higher-level staff member. Supervision may be exercised over the work of clerical staff. Does related work as required.
Typical Work Activities include:
• Evaluates all types of real estate, reviews appraisals with local officials, makes preliminary reviews and analyzes appraisal reports from outside appraisers; • Conducts assigned field inspections of real property for appraisal and reappraisal and makes field notes; • Develops detailed, factual and analytical reports of the basis for valuation estimates including all pertinent data; • Reviews deeds and other property records to extract pertinent information; • Reports discrepancies in records of building location, topography, condition, bulk heading, street conditions, and improvements; • Confers with taxpayers and assessors to explain factors used in determining valuation.
(A) High school diploma/GED plus 3 years paid full-time or its part-time equivalent experience in an occupation involving the valuation of real property such as appraiser, real estate broker, valuation data manager, or real property appraisal aide, 2 years of which must have involved the use of independent judgment in the appraisal of real estate including composing original written detailed reports; OR, (B) An Associate's or Bachelor's degree with a major or concentration in a real estate field plus 1 year experience composing original written detailed reports as described above.
The Town of Webster is seeking an experienced professional to join our Assessor’s Office in the full-time position of Assistant Assessor. This is an important position responsible for assisting the Assessor with a variety of duties involving valuation and assessment determinations of real property within a town. This employee performs appraisals on designated parcels of land and conducts field inspections on buildings under construction as mandated in the New York State Real Property Tax Law. In the absence of the Assessor, the Assistant Assessor assumes his duties as the Acting Assessor. Work is performed under direct supervision from the Assessor. Direct supervision may be exercised over clerical employees. Does related work as required.
Typical Work Activities include:
• Assists the Town Assessor in the valuation of real estate for assessment purposes; • Performs field inspections to inventory the components of building construction in order to determine assessment values for properties; • Assists the Town Assessor in developing and maintaining computerized databases, spreadsheets, mail merge and sale files on the Town's computer; • Provides assessment information to the general public; • Abstracts ownership of title of property and informs government agencies of current ownership; • Determines boundaries, account number, legal descriptions and addresses from various maps used by the Town; • Performs duties of Acting Assessor in the absence of the Assessor; • Assists in the preparation of a tentative and final assessment roll; • Prepares factual and analytical reports as requested by the Town Assessor.
(A) High school diploma/GED plus 4 years paid full-time or its part-time equivalent experience in assessment or property tax record keeping, property value determination or real estate brokerage; OR, (B) An Associate's or Bachelor's degree with a major or concentration in a real estate field plus 2 year experience as described above.