Revaluation Coordinator*

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The Orange County Tax Administration Department has an opening for a Revaluation Coordinator. Under the general supervision of the Chief Appraiser, an employee of this class is primarily responsible for overseeing the process of revaluing all real property within the county to its current market value as of an established date. An incumbent in this class will be responsible for obtaining, developing, analyzing, and maintaining records necessary for the appraisal associated with real property within the jurisdiction of the County according to the State of North Carolina General Statutes. Work involves overseeing and managing the County revaluation process. This position also serves as a commercial real property appraiser. Leadership and oversight is provided to staff. Does related work as required.
Background Check required.
Examples of Duties:Examples of Essential Functions: Following are examples of typical work activities and responsibilities. The incumbent may be responsible for performing other related duties and responsibilities as required or assigned. A position may not include all the work examples given, nor does the list include all that may be assigned.
Plans, organizes and manages the revaluation process in the County for property tax assessments to ensure equitable distribution of the tax burden among all classes of property and the assessment of current market values as of the effective date of the revaluation;
Develops and maintains the real property schedule of values, adjusting as changes in economic conditions warrant or as otherwise dictated by County, State or Department policies, and making sure that the appraisal of all properties adhere to the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, the Standards and Ethics of the International Association of Assessing Officers, and the General Statutes of the North Carolina Machinery Act (including North Carolina General Statutes 105-286 and 105-317);
Lists and appraises commercial and industrial properties in the County and performs onsite inspections as needed to verify the physical characteristics and make changes when needed;
Compiles records, analyzes and maintains a variety of data pertaining to real property sales, building costs, zoning regulations, income and expenses information, etc.;
Leads and participates in the maintenance of a variety of records, reports, forms, and other data to substantiate and document the appraisal process;
Collects income and expense information by mailing questionnaires to commercial property owners, and verifies and enters data received;
Assists the public via telephone, internet, and in person with inquiries concerning appraisal values, procedures, and other functions of the department. Performs research and/or investigates as necessary and responds to taxpayers to resolve issues;
Assists property owners in properly listing properties;
Creates a revaluation schedule of values and applies them fairly and equitably countywide;
Maintains sales data;
Listens to and decides informal appeals; assists taxpayers with the resolution of complex revaluation issues;
Provides expert testimony before the Board of Equalization and Review and the North Carolina Property Tax Commission;
Leads real property appraisal staff involved in the revaluation process including instructing, assigning, and reviewing work their work to ensure adherence to proper techniques, methods, and procedures;
Provides information and research as well as maintains records for the North Carolina Department of Revenue;
Provides statistical information for General Assembly analysts;
Adheres to the department's safety rules and regulations;
Uses computer applications or other automated systems such as spreadsheets, word processing, calendar, e-mail and database software in performing work assignments;
May perform other incidental tasks, as needed.
Thorough knowledge of North Carolina General Statutes, rules, and regulations applicable to the appraisal of real property for property tax assessments, in order to fairly and equitably value all real property in the County;
Thorough knowledge of NC Machinery Act;
Good knowledge of the principles and techniques of supervision;
Good knowledge of office procedures, practices and equipment, including computer operation.
Ability to plan, organize and lead the work of others;
Ability to analyze data pertaining to real property sales, costs, etc. to properly apply findings to value property within the County;
Ability to establish and maintain cooperative relationships with other departments, customers and residents, and skill in dealing effectively with the public;
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing;
Ability to prepare and maintain accurate and legible records;
Ability to enter and retrieve data using relevant programs and systems and skill in conducting research;
Ability to perform mathematical calculations associated with the work;
Skill in organizing and prioritizing work.
Bachelor's Degree and three (3) years of experience in tax assessment/appraisal, and having completed a revaluation for a County; and
Certification by the North Carolina Department of Revenue as prescribed in the Machinery Act of North Carolina as a North Carolina County Real Property Appraiser.
Valid North Carolina Driver License.
Must be able to physically perform the basic life operational support functions of standing, walking, fingering, typing, talking, sitting, grasping, hearing, handling, reaching and repetitive motions of the hands/wrist/feet.
Ability to perform sedentary work, exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally, and/or negligible amount of force constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects.
Must possess the visual acuity to prepare and analyze documents, data and figures, perform research and extensive reading and operate a computer terminal.
Worker is not substantially exposed to adverse environmental conditions.
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