This position provides leadership to specialized assessment sections with an understanding of current and future requirements, a global perspective on the assessment process, application of strong analytical skills, and the ability to adapt quickly. This includes interpreting and applying complex valuation standards, meeting legislated requirements, development of staff and capacity, meeting legislated requirements, communicating and defending assessment information successfully, and to apply assessment knowledge to inform other City functions and projects.
Two year post-secondary diploma in property assessment or related field
Professional designation - Accredited Municipal Assessor of Alberta (AMAA), Accredited Appraiser Canadian Institute (AACI), Canadian Residential Appraiser (CRA), Residential Evaluation Specialist (RES) or Certified Assessment Evaluator (CAE).
In process of, or holding of a professional designation in Mass Appraisal Specialist (MAS) or Assessment Administration Specialist (AAS) would be an asset.
Valid Alberta Driver’s license
Use of a personal vehicle
Minimum 7 years of directly related experience in valuation including highly developed analytical skills
3 years in a supervisory capacity is desirable
Additional specialized courses in income capitalization, analysis of income and expense statements, valuations, sales analysis and leadership or comparable experience
Proficiency with assessment software applications and the MicroSoft suite including: Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint
Demonstrated ability to solve complex problems and demonstrate sound judgement
Demonstrated strong communication skills both verbal and written
Demonstrated ability to prioritize effectively
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in conflict situations, positive attitude, willingness to work constructively in team environment
Demonstrated initiative and self-motivation at the professional level, including continual learning
Demonstrated ability to interpret and apply legislation, regulations, case law, procedures and principles governing property assessment
Demonstrated self-directed experience with the ability to prioritize effectively
Demonstrated ability to time manage and work efficiently
Specific Demands of the Job:
Demonstrate a high level of professionalism
Meet tight, multiple overlapping deadlines
Manage multiple and competing priorities effectively
Identify opportunities for improvement and efficiency and communicate these to the team
Excellent verbal and written communication skills effectively communicate while dealing with the public, other staff members and other City Departments
Must have good listening skills, speak clearly and concisely, and be able to respond courteously to inquires and criticisms.
Must be prepared to embrace continuous learning.
Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality when working with confidential material and subject matter.
Must provide a vehicle for business use
Affiliation: Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 417
Normal Hours of Work: 75 hours biweekly, Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. May be required to work occasional overtime
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Applications are being accepted until March 20, 2020