Accurate Appraisal, LLC


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ASSESSOR (2 positions)



 General Purpose

Under the supervision of an Account Manager, performs tasks related to property assessment and assessor property records; performs related work as required or assigned.

Typical Duties

Search records for information and disburse information; perform field work when needed; maintain office hours with required municipalities; review property values; discuss assessments with property owners; process documents to update and maintain parcel files, property ownership, and records for appraisal section; assist in identifying and resolving errors in legal descriptions and ownership; process appropriate instruments to complete splits or combination of parcels; answer incoming calls; receive, sort, file and retrieve forms, correspondence and documents; update, check and complete records, forms and documents; operate a variety of office equipment; attend open books and board of reviews; signs roll books.



Minimum of Assessor 1 qualification required, Assessor 2 preferred; education, and training which provides the desired knowledge, skills, and abilities of this classification; must successfully complete an "Assessor 2 Certification" course within twelve (12) months of employment if not currently qualified; must possess and maintain a valid Wisconsin driver's license.



 Knowledge of:

• various CAMA software

• cross-index filing methods;

• office
• computer applications;

• Wisconsin property tax system;

• legal descriptions of property;

• use of Assessor's maps;

• fundamental assessment procedures.


Skill in:

• operating standard office equipment;

• operating word and data processing machines.


Ability to:

• accurately transfer information from field notes;

• draw assessment parcels to scale;
• understand legal documents related to transfer and ownership of property;

• read and understand Assessor's maps;

• perform clerical tasks with speed, accuracy and understanding;

• make accurate mathematical computations;

• maintain records and prepare reports;

• establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, other agencies, and the public;

• follow written and verbal instructions;

• communicate effectively verbally and in writing.



Dependant on Certification




December 22, 2017




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