Senior Municipal Property Assessor
Clearwater County, Alberta
About the Organization
Located in west central Alberta, Clearwater County is a municipal district covering a land area of just under 19,000 km2 and servicing a population of 12,228 people. Clearwater Country has something for everyone. For outdoor enthusiasts, Clearwater County is a virtual playground to be discovered and is situated at the foot of the picturesque Rocky Mountains. For those looking to be close to larger metropolitan areas, Clearwater Country is conveniently located a short drive from Red Deer, Edmonton and Calgary.
For more information about this thriving area of Alberta, please visit www.clearwatercounty.ca.
About the Opportunity
As part of succession planning, Clearwater County is looking for a Senior Municipal Property Assessor to join our team in Clearwater County, Alberta.
Reporting to the Manager of Assessment and Revenue, you will assist in establishing and maintaining the Assessment and Taxation base for Clearwater County. This will involve supporting the Manager by assisting in monitoring and ensuring quality control, developing performance benchmarks, and reviewing processes and procedures.
More specifically, you will:
- Collect and verify property information such as physical attributes, maintenance levels and quality of construction
- Inventory developed properties
- Provide support in the analysis and reporting requirements of the Provincial Governments Audit process as necessary for ASSET
- Maintain the assessment re-inspection cycle
- Monitor market value trends
- Present both argument and evidence for assessments before LARB and CARB
- Provide clarification and technical guidance on assessment legislation, policies, procedures to ratepayers in a clear and efficient manner
- Input and process relevant assessment data using CAMAlot
- Provide support to both the Assessment Technician and Tax Clerk.
To qualify, you must hold an Accreditation as a Municipal Assessor of Alberta and, at minimum, have 5 years of related experience that encompasses a diverse knowledge of assessment and the legislation that governs.
A valid Class 5 driver's license is essential, as is the ability to perform independent physical site inspections in all weather conditions and on varying property types. Working knowledge of CAMAlot, Outlook, Excel, Word and ARC Map and IVault is required, and previous experience supervising others would be considered an asset.
About the Benefits
In return for your hard work and commitment, you will be rewarded with an attractive salary, depending on your qualifications. As a valued employee, you will also enjoy a variety of benefits including:
- Medical & dental;
- Short and long-term disability, life and AD&D insurance;
- Relocation assistance for the right candidate;
- Paid holidays and sick days; and
- Opportunities for advancement for outstanding employees.
This is your chance to join an organization dedicated to the community in which it serves. If you are ready to take on a new challenge, apply today!