TEHAMA COUNTY invites applications for the position of:
Assessment Roll Manager
SALARY: $4,358.00 – $5,308.00 Monthly
OPENING DATE: 06/22/20
CLOSING DATE: 08/20/20 04:00 PM
Tehama County is establishing an eligibility list to fill future vacancies for an Assessment Roll Manager, as well as subsequent vacancies, which occur during the life of the eligibility list.
DESCRIPTION: Under the direction of the Assessor and Assistant Assessor, the Assessment Roll Manager plans, coordinates and supervises the clerical, drafting, data processing and appraisal support functions of the Assessor’s Office. Responsibilities include coordinating assigned programs, projects and services with other County departments and outside agencies. The incumbent assumes full responsibility for office activities in the absence of the Assessor and Assistant Assessor, as well as provides administrative support as required. This is a supervisory class which requires detailed knowledge of the specialized legal and administrative functions of an Assessor’s Office, Assessor’s computer systems, and has responsibility over legal and technical duties in relation to the production of the assessment roll. Incumbents serve as the resource for the most complex assessment roll and related analyses and studies. The Assessment Roll Manager may be responsible for reviewing, examining, and determining re-appraisal of recorded documents regarding ownership and transfer of property; and processing ownership for newly created parcels.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
Plans, organizes, and supervises the flow of diversified technical clerical work leading to the preparation of the annual assessment roll; determines priorities; schedules and assigns work; maintains workflow and coordinates the work of the assessment roll. | Supervises and evaluates the work of assessment clerks, clerical, drafting, data processing and appraisal support personnel; participates in the selection, and training of new personnel. | Counsels, trains, and coaches staff while offering support and guidance. Monitors work, develops staff skills, identifies training needs, and develops training for staff. | Coordinates clerical, drafting and appraisal support activities with professional and technical personnel | Evaluates and develops office policies, procedures, and recommends improvements as appropriate to maximize office efficiency and effectiveness. | Receives and responds to inquiries, complaints and requests for assistance from various agencies and taxpayers. | Explains complex taxation, exemption, and assessment information to taxpayers. | Reviews, investigates, and revises all property statements and exemption forms as appropriate for assessment purposes. | Completes complex departmental processes which may include building permits, roll corrections, estimations of pre-payment taxes and value computations. | Organizes and maintains various administrative, confidential, and reference records and indexes involving ownership, exemption, mailing addresses, and tax area codes; purges files as required. | Checks and tabulates standard arithmetic or statistical data; summarizes information and prepares complex final reports. | Conducts research of and applies State and Federal codes and statutes and other regulatory policies and procedures related to assessment rolls. | Supervises the completion and forwarding of local assessment rolls and statistical records to County and state offices as required. | Attends to a variety of office administrative details, such as keeping informed of departmental activities, transmitting information, preparing contracts and agreements, attending meetings, purchasing supplies, arranging for purchase and maintenance of office equipment, and maintaining supply and equipment inventory. | Assists in preparing the department’s annual budget; monitors budget controls. | Prepares and computes tax exemptions; processes roll corrections, refunds, cancellations and additions. | Maintains accounting, personnel, payroll, and fiscal records. | Acts as the Safety Officer for the Assessor’s Office.
KNOWLEDGE OF: Knowledge of principles and practices of supervision, management, organization, training and administration applicable to a government agency | All phases of assessment roll preparation and the processing of related legal documents and records | Organization, functions, data processing methods, and procedures of an Assessor’s Office | California revenue and taxation laws pertaining to property assessment and the preparation of assessment rolls, including regulations and standards | Real estate terminology, land title deeds and other instruments of title conveyance, and real property descriptions | Methods of land title research and examination | The role of other property tax-related departments (Recorder, Auditor-Controller, Treasurer-Tax Collector) | Principles and practices of supervision, training and performance evaluation ABILITY TO: Obtain and retain Assessment Analyst Certification issued by the State Board of Equalization (BOE) | Ability to plan, organize, supervise and evaluate the work of subordinates | Develop and revise work methods and procedures to reflect frequent changing laws, regulations or data processing requirements | Understand the organization and operation of the County and of outside agencies as necessary to assume assigned responsibilities | Read, understand, interpret, and supervise the application of laws, policies, procedures, and written directions pertaining to property ownership | Assemble and analyze information and prepare written reports and records in a clear, concise manner | Maintain effective working relationships with those contacted on the job | Perform required mathematical calculations quickly and accurately
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EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & LICENSES:
Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be:
LICENSE & SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: • Requires a valid California driver’s license. • Requires a valid Combination Assessment Analyst Certification (Change in Ownership and Exemptions) issued by the California State Board of Equalization (BOE) or a valid certification as a Property Tax Appraiser issued by the California State Board of Equalization (BOE).
Please submit ALL required documents when applying such as, copies of all required degrees and/or certifications as outlined in the job description. Incomplete applications will not be considered. If you have questions about this recruitment, please contact the department at the phone number listed below. All offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of background, fingerprinting, drug test (including marijuana) and physical examination provided by the County.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER / AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT COMPLIANT / VETERANS’ PREFERENCE POLICY / DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
444 Oak Street PO Box 428 Red Bluff, CA 96080 530-527-5931 ext. 206
Position #2020-P0949 ASSESSMENT ROLL MANAGER KB