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Yovino-Young is considering hiring a commercial appraiser either full or part time. Resumes can be sent to email@example.com
The Office of the Assessor-Recorder is responsible for carrying out property tax-related functions governed by the State Constitution and State and local laws. Our core responsibilities include locating all taxable property in the City and County of San Francisco, identifying ownership, establishing a taxable value, and applying all legal exemptions. Property broadly includes both real property and personal property owned by businesses. The Office of the Assessor-Recorder is also responsible for recording documents and maintaining those public records. Over 400 different types of documents are recorded annually, including deeds of trust, reconveyances, liens, and public marriage licenses. The Office is also responsible for collecting any transfer tax due upon a change in property ownership. The Office of the Assessor-Recorder strives to conduct out work with the core principals of professionalism and integrity.
Under the direction of the Manager of Real Property, the 0931 Chief of Standards will oversee the Assessor-Recorder Standards, Mapping, Possessory Interest, and Office Assistance teams. The Chief of Standards will be responsible for supervising and coaching multiple staff, including Principal and Senior Real Property Appraisers, Analysts, and Office Assistants. The Chief of Standards will direct the creation and implementation of high quality training programs, tools, policies, and procedural documentation. This position will also be responsible for the continuous improvement of the Assessor’s Mapping section and identifying and procuring new technical resources. Additionally, this position will provide leadership and subject matter expertise in a wide array of critical, high profile undertakings including large development projects and the new Property Assessment and Taxation System design and implementation.
Essential duties and tasks required to be performed by the incumbent include, but are not limited to:
1. Manage the work of multiple Real Property teams and staff including Standards, Mapping, Possessory Interest, and Office Assistants.
2. Supervise and coach Principal Appraisers, Senior Appraisers, Analysts, and Office Assistants in their work.
3. Plan, coordinate, and monitor performance and determine resource allocation.
4. Provide direction, guidance and supervision of staff; work with Human Resources to resolve performance or conduct issues.
5. Direct the creation and implementation of high quality training programs, tools and procedural documentation; Plan and direct roll-out of business practice changes and new initiatives. Work with all levels of staff in development and evaluation of new policies, training, and tools.
6. Ensure staff produce appraisal materials that conform to the Revenue and Taxation Code, Property Tax Rules, Board of Equalization Letters to Assessors, Property Tax Annotations, and generally accepted appraisal practices.
7. Direct and continuously improve Mapping section; Develop policies and procedures to effectively and efficiently process ASR block maps, Parcel Management, and large development subdivision coordination.
8. Discover and utilize new technologies to improve ASR ability to provide proper Assessor Maps to the Public; Develop strong working relationships with other City Departments that utilize ASR maps and data.
9. Direct technical implementation of ASR GIS parcel layer, including contracting with DT and supervision of mapping specialists.
10. Delegate Standards staff to oversee large development projects during their infrastructure period; Work collaboratively with stakeholders at all levels to promote understanding of Assessor policies, practices, and the Revenue and Taxation code.
11. Manage and direct continuous improvement of the ASR Possessory Interest Program; Coach Principal and Appraisers to implement plan to discover and accurately value all taxable Possessory Interests.
12. Guide and coach Office Assistant Supervisor to successfully manage information request processes, Appeals support, Permit screening, and other essential clerical support functions.
13. Develop strategies to identify and solve issues with ASR data; Work with analysts to create reports to monitor and clean data on an on-going basis.
14. Create processes and reports to continuously monitor adherence to ASR Standards of appraisal and quality.
15. Provide leadership and subject matter expertise in the development of the new Property Assessment and Taxation System; Guide Standards team to revise and develop training, documentation, and change management processes for the new system to benefit of the Real Property Division.
HOW TO APPLY:
Applications for City and County of San Francisco jobs are only accepted through an online process. Visit https://www.jobapscloud.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=PBT&R2=0931&R3=089983 to view the full job description and to begin the application process. Applications will be accepted until 5pm, on Friday, December 14, 2018.
Questions about the application process can be directed to San Francisco Office of the Assessor-Recorder Senior Human Resources Analyst Gerald Buss via email at Gerald.firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 415.554.5213.
You already know what living in the Bay Area can do for your life. Now discover what it can do for your career. The City of Oakland is looking for people who would gladly dedicate their time, energy, and expertise to a community they love and an employer who values their talents. if you'd like to share your talents with a city that will value your contributions, Oakland welcomes you.
REAL ESTATE AGENT
City of Oakland
$85,035 - $104,383 Annually
We are currently recruiting to fill a Real Estate Agent vacancy within the Real Estate Services Division of the Economic and Workforce Development Department. The ideal candidate is an experienced commercial real estate professional with desire to bring their positive attitude to the City of Oakland. The Real Estate Agent uses a full range of professional skills to perform work related to the appraisal, acquisition, transfer, leasing, property management, sale and disposition of real property and interests there-in for the City of Oakland and the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency (ORSA).
Minimum requirements include a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in real estate, economics, finance, business or public administration, or a closely related field, along with 3 years of experience involving real property appraisal and acquisition, including right-of-way negotiations, lease negotiations, property management and dispositions. Completion of a recognized real estate appraisal course, real estate broker or agent license, State of California General or Residential Appraisal certification,
International Right of Way Assn. Senior designation (SR/WA), Certified Property Manager (CPM) designation and/or Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation are desirable. Public agency real estate experience is preferred.
Must have knowledge of real estate principles and practices in both public and private sector, as well as good market analysis, negotiation, records management, time management, PC, verbal/written communication, project management, interpersonal and report generation skills, along with knowledge of relocation assistance eligibility and entitlements and asset management and lease administration principles and practices, including office, retail, telecommunications and billboards. Additionally, must be able to read and interpret maps and engineering plans as well as make sound, independent judgments within established guidelines and time frames. Individuals who are appointed to this position will be required to maintain a valid California Driver's License throughout the tenure of employment.
Must have knowledge of real estate principles and practices in both public and private sector, as well as good market analysis, negotiation, records management, time management, PC, verbal/written communication, project management, interpersonal and report generation skills, along with knowledge of relocation assistance eligibility and entitlements and asset management and lease administration principles and practices, including office, retail, telecommunications and billboards. Additionally, must be able to read and interpret maps and engineering plans as well as make sound, independent judgments within established guidelines and time frames.
Closing Date: December 7, 2018
To apply, please visit the City of Oakland’s career page: www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oaklandca. EOE
Open and Closing Dates: 10/18/2018 to 12/31/2018
Pay scale & grade: GS 12
Salary: $79,411 to $103,234 per year
Appointment type: Permanent
Work schedule: Full-Time
Telework eligible: Yes as determined by agency policy
Incumbent performs as the Senior Appraiser, responsible for the full scope of work associated with the more difficult appraisals of real property to include land and improvements. Completes valuations to include site specific appraisals, cost estimates, gross appraisals and real estate planning reports for military bases, and both civil and military projects to support acquisition, exchange, and real property disposal. Incumbent gathers and analyzes market data to include comparable sales and leases, social, economic and physiographic data, which influence real property values. Verifies and determines applicable portions of this data to use through field inspection and personal contact with parties of interest to substantiate conclusions.
Reviews staff work for completeness, accuracy, and compliance with applicable law, policies and procedures. During review, incumbent will ensure that all valuation reports comply with the Uniform Appraisal Standards for Federal Land Acquisitions and the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practices, as well as agency and Federal policy and procedures. Incumbent prepares a review statement of each appraisal reviewed, setting forth findings and recommendations, and approval or disapproval, as appropriate. Incumbent may be requested on occasion to assist attorneys and/or testify as an expert witness in court action or during hearings on appraised property values, highest and best use determinations, economic feasibility and other related matters.
Occasional travel - Business Travel or TDY (Temporary Duty Travel) is approximately 20-25%.
Announcement number: WTKC181934504912SD
Control number: 514158200
Find More information and apply at https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/514158200
Commercial Appraiser position available at a growing and dynamic professional firm which utilizes high productivity report writing software. Must be thorough, detail oriented, motivated, have strong writing skills and be computer literate with proficiency in MS Word and Excel (Argus experience desirable). Certified State License required and three plus years Commercial Appraisal experience desired. Experience in the valuation of LIHTC property is a plus. We serve the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento markets. Superior fee splits and Retirement Plan offered. If you meet these requirements, please e-mail your qualifications to: email@example.com or contact: Jeffrey W. Fillmore, MAI at 555 Meridian Avenue, Suite C, San Jose, CA 95126, Telephone (408)299-0444, Fax (408)299-0449.
Senior Real Estate Officer (Specialist): $6,306 - $7,836
Job Description and Duties
Under the general direction of the Supervising Real Estate Officer, Real Property Services Section, the Senior Real Estate Officer (Specialist) performs independent analysis, prepares appraisals, reviews appraisals and acquisitions, and performs due diligence reporting findings to facilitate the acquisition, financing or lease of private property for state use, and for the review and/or preparation of documents to accomplish the transfer of real property rights.
Final Filing Date: 12/11/2018
Apply at - https://bit.ly/2yiAqxp