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202111002 VALUATION COORDINATOR II POSITION IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Mayra Castillo

Assessor's Office

NATURE OF WORK:

Under general supervision, examines and processes legal documents of property transfers, splits, combinations and property deeds. Performs administrative tasks of a complicated nature involving interpretation and application of policies, practices and state statutes. Provides input to office procedures, rules and regulations. Performs other tasks as required.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  • Research legal titles to determine legal condition of property; determines and verifies legal descriptions.
  • Works closely with Engineering and Mapping Department to ensure compliance in all splits and combinations, new subdivisions and metes and bounds properties.
  • Works closely with the Appraisal function to process and value splits, combinations and new subdivisions.
  • Works closely with Title Companies, Surveyors and property owners to resolve title discrepancies.
  • Meets deadlines set forth in the legal calendar of events.
  • Assist the public in researching deeds and ownership of property.
  • Participates in special projects as required.
  • Answer incoming phone calls, assists the front counter and answer e-mails.
  • Scan and initiate workflow for Assessor functions.
  • Writes and conducts inter-office workshops and public outreach meetings regarding various functions affecting ownership of property.
  • Other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Considerable Knowledge of:

  • Public relations and customer service.
  • Instruments used to convey property.
  • Access, Excel, Word and Outlook.
  • Topographical maps, Assessor maps and Assessor parceling techniques.
  • Mapping Technologies such as GIS systems.
  • Electronic document and records management systems
  • Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal Software (CAMA Systems)
  • Recorders Software

Skill in:

  • A significant level of diplomacy is required, in addition to normal courtesy and tact.
  • Writing business letters.
  • Writing business procedures.
  • Managing multiple priorities, deadlines and follow-ups.

Abilities to:

  • Research and analyze history and ownership of land parcels.
  • Read legal descriptions.
  • Understand and interpret relevant policies and procedures.
  • Follow verbal and written instructions.
  • Work independently exercising judgement and initiative.
  • Communicate effectively; maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, supervisors and the public.
  • Respect and follow policies of the department.
  • Research and interpret Arizona State Statutes. Provide recommendations for process improvement and efficiencies.
  • Be a team player, responsible and detail oriented.
  • Demonstrate a friendly demeanor in the face of adversity; a positive attitude is a must.
  • Thrive in a flexible environment with changing priorities.

EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:

High school diploma or GED Certificate. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Advanced Microsoft Excel and Access skills.

One year of experience in office management or real estate related fields preferred; OR, any combination of education, training and experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position.

Title company, surveying, mapping or real estate experience a plus.

Possession of a valid Arizona driver’s license (or ability to obtain license within 3 months).

(Position is in the unclassified service and is FLSA non-exempt)

This position pays $13.23 per hour

ALL POSITIONS MUST HAVE AN APACHE COUNTY EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION FOR CONSIDERATION.

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To apply for this job email your details to employment@co.apache.az.us