Please submit any Assessing Related Employment Postings to MAAO
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Town of Yarmouth
The Town of Yarmouth is seeking a full-time Appraisal Assistant. This position is responsible for technical inspections and statistical analysis work. Performs other duties normal and customary for an assessing office including updating sketches in the appraisal system, processing abatements, exemptions, personal property, address changes, etc. Must provide excellent customer service in the office and in the field.
Works under the direction of the Director of Assessing and in accordance with state statutes and directives of the DOR. Prior field work measuring and listing property is preferable.
Starting pay rate is $22.02 + benefits to start, increasing after union contract is settled.
For first consideration send resume and cover letter by August 18th to: firstname.lastname@example.org with “Appraisal Assistant” in the subject line. EOE
posted 8/1/2018 to be removed 8/19/2018
Regional Resource Group
TelePresence Public Assistance Specialist
Regional Resource Group, Inc. (RRG) seeks seasoned administrative assessors interested in part-time or full-time employment serving our client cities and towns. RRG’s newest service, our Remote Assessor Help Desk, allows us to serve taxpayers remotely through special kiosks located at town and city halls. Taxpayers will also be able to obtain remote assistance through their office or home computers. As one of RRG’s TP Public Assistance Specialists, you will provide general assessment information and assistance with tasks like filing excise abatements, completing statutory exemption forms, and filing annual chapter applications. This employment opportunity allows you to work from either our Leominster office, or your home office where RRG will set up a TP remote help desk studio.
This position calls for seasoned assessment professionals having at least 5 years front-line experience in an assessor’s office serving the public. Candidates will not only have a strong command of assessment law, experience with one or more CAMA systems, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS), but have a great personality and customer service demeanor. We also encourage persons fluent in Spanish or other prominently used languages to apply.
RRG has a growing client base. We provide assessment professionals at all levels opportunities for advancement. Our compensation and benefits often exceed those offered by local government. For more information, or to submit your resume contact our HR Director at email@example.com
posted 7/31/2018 to be removed 8/31/2018
TOWN OF EASTHAM
ASSISTANT TO THE PRINCIPAL ASSESSOR
The Town of Eastham seeks a qualified individual for the part-time (19 hours per week), position of Assistant to the Principal Assessor. This position performs administrative, technical and customer service duties to assist with daily operations of the department; and other work as required. Must have office, computer, oral and written communication skills and knowledge of Massachusetts General Laws related to Property appraisal and assessing. Salary is $25.43 per hour. Favorable CORI, MA Driver’s License, physical and drug test required.
Job description and Employment application available at the town’s website: www.eastham-ma.gov
Send cover letter, application and resume to Vicki Reis, Town of Eastham, 2500 State Highway, Eastham, MA 02642 by Friday August 3, 2018.
posted 7/17/2018 to be removed 8/4/2018
TOWN OF GRANBY
The Town of Granby seeks candidates for the full time position (30 hours) of Assistant Assessor. Position is responsible for maintaining a Visions database on approximately 3,200 parcels, 90% residential, plus personal property; interacting with the public on property value questions, excise taxes, administering abatement applications and preparing the necessary forms for setting tax rates, DOR documents, recapitulation information, and advising the Board of Assessors.
Demonstrates experience and/or schooling required. Certified or certifiable as Mass Accredited Assessor. Knowledge of Mass. Principals of real and personal property values. Must enjoy interacting with the public, real estate agents and other town offices. Salary depends on qualifications and experience. Applications and job description are available from the Selectmen's Office, 10-B W State Street, Granby MA 01033 or by calling 413-467-7177. Please submit cover letter and resume to: Town of Granby Board of Assessors C/O Board of Selectmen 10-B West State St., MA 01033.
posted 7/17/2018 to be removed 8/17/2018
TOWN OF BLANDFORD
ASSESSORS CLERK/ASSISTANT ASSESSOR JOB OPENING
The Town of Blandford is seeking a part-time Assessors Clerk/Assistant Assessor (up to 20 hours per week). Hourly rate commensurate with experience. This position is responsible for administrative, supervisory, technical inspection and statistical analysis work. Working under the administrative direction of the Board of Assessors and in accordance with state statutes and directives of the DOR. Refer to job description for further information.
Please submit a cover letter, resume and application to: Assessors Clerk/Assistant Assessor search c/o: Assessors Office, Town of Blandford, 1 Russell Stage Road, Blandford, MA 01008. Download an employment application here.
posted 7/17/2018 to be removed 8/17/2018
TOWN OF WESTWOOD
The Town of Westwood seeks exceptional candidates for the position of Assessor. This is a Department Head position, providing professional, administrative, supervisory, and technical work directing the operations of the Assessing Department, in accordance with state and local statutes and regulations, as well as the policies of the Board of Assessors. The Assessor will be responsible for ensuring the accuracy and integrity of all assessment information for the Town.
Qualifications and experience include: Bachelor’s degree with courses in business, finance, property assessment, and computer applications; minimum three years of municipal assessing experience. Strong computer and communication skills required. Ability to obtain a Massachusetts Accredited Assessor (M.A.A) certification required.
Current salary range to $87,000, but will be commensurate with experience. The Town of Westwood offers an attractive benefits package, including health, dental, life, and long term disability insurance, deferred compensation and flexible spending plans, plus paid vacation, sick and personal time.
Submit cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be accepted until September 4, 2018.
posted 7/12/2018 to be removed 9/5/2018
Town of Saugus - Job Posting
The Town of Saugus seeks qualified applicants for the permanent, full time position of Deputy Assessor. This position would be responsible for administrative, technical and supervisory work related to the valuation of all residential, industrial and commercial real estate and personal property within the Town and in accordance with the Department of Revenue regulations. Responsible for providing related financial information, analysis and consultation with other financial offices within the Town, management of all activities of the Assessors' office, including inspections, staff, records, systems, budget, etc.
Requirements are a Bachelor' s degree in a related field, and/or 5- 7 years of progressively responsible experience. Must possess a minimum of a State certification of Massachusetts Accredited Assessor (MAA). All certifications must be maintained throughout appointment. Experience with AssessPro, Vadar, Microsoft, and Excel. MUNIS software a plus.
Please submit cover letter and resume to the Human Resource Office either by email, email@example.com or by mail to 298 Central Street, Saugus, MA 01906. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by September 30, 2018, however, position is open until filled.
Applications will be kept on file for a period of one year. The Town of Saugus is an equal opportunity employer. Federal Law forbids discrimination based on race, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status or disability.
Massachusetts Association of Assessing Officers
The Massachusetts Association of Assessing Officers is seeking applicants for a maximum of 19 hours a week Administrative Assistant. Under the direct supervision of the Executive Director, the position performs a variety of technical & administrative tasks, including membership database management, and QuickBooks administration. This is a non-benefitted position located in Marlborough, Massachusetts.
Duties include: general office administration including membership inquires; daily database maintenance; processing of payments; bill processing; QuickBooks entries and reporting; attend monthly Board meetings to take minutes; as well as the ability to travel to conferences and/or meetings held within the state, including some overnights; and other duties as directed.
Associates degree in business with 3-4 years of administrative experience preferred. Compensation is based upon experience. $22-25/per hour. Essential skills include MS Office and superior customer service; proficient in QuickBooks; and general knowledge of database administration. To see the full job description, please click MAAO Administrative Assistant Job Description or go to the MAAO’s website at www.maao.org. Please send resume to Christine L. Purple, Executive Director, MAAO, 241 Boston Post Road West, 1st Floor, Marlborough, MA 01752 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org by July 18th.
Data Collector/ Field Lister
Vision Government Solutions, Hudson MA
The Data Collector is the most visible member of the appraisal process to the general public. Must be outgoing and like working independently. Job entails going to various residential properties with the purpose of measuring and verifying both the exterior of the buildings and the interior data with pre-existing records from a municipality. In many cases, this individual will be the only person that the taxpayer may see and you must be able to communicate effectively to explain the purpose of your visit. Proper identification is worn, and you are registered with both the Assessor’s office and the Police department. Therefore, it is extremely important that the Data Collector present a professional image to the public. You must have reliable transportation.
Data Collectors are required to work forty hours per week. Flexible schedules, hours include some Saturdays and, or weekdays between 5 p.m. and 7p.m.
This is an entry level position. Please send resume to email@example.com
*Starting salary $14.42 -$15.00 and comprehensive benefits. Positions open until filled.
posted 5/4/2018 to be removed 8/1/2018