Property Appraiser INobles County Admin
This position carries out both administrative and assessing duties in the office and in the field. The position assists citizens requesting information, assists with property assessments, completes required forms and documents, calculates values and enters data into assessing software systems.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The following duties are normal for this job. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all inclusive. Work is performed in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws and the
accepted standards and property assessment and valuation for ad valorem tax purposes.
The Property Appraiser I carries out specific duties associated with the position.
- Prepares Electronic Certificate of Real Estate Values (eCRV’s) for reporting of sales to the Department of Revenue; records sale prices and ownership information into field books; prepares parcels coding for entry into field books and computer; enters coded data;
- Prepares, establishes, and maintains files; prepares and updates field books for transfers of real estate and personal property; verifies entries on computer; prepares the information on splits;
enters information into the computer; maintains log of entries;
- Prepares and proofreads, end-of-year reports, and other reports; prepares equalization cards for townships and cities; prepares homestead cards for townships and cities;
High school diploma or GED, with a minimum of one year experience in Real Estate, Carpentry, Appraisal, Administration, Accounting, or a related field; must possess or have the ability to obtain a Certified Minnesota Assessor CMA designation within two years of hire.