The Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) whose mission is to enhance the fiscal and financial stability, accountability and integrity of the Government of the District of Columbia is in search of an Appraisal Supervisor. This position is located in the Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO), Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR), Real Property Tax Administration, Assessment Division.
Duties include, but not limited to:
Supervising unit activities of the real property assessment program
Providing oversight to appraisal staff engaged in performing professional and technical duties associated with appraising residential and commercial properties throughout the District of Columbia to determine the value for tax assessment purposes
Evaluating the adequacy of internal controls within the unit
Advising and participating with the Deputy Chief and Chief Appraiser on the formulation of departmental policies, programs and procedures to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the real property assessment program and division as a whole
Developing mathematical bases and statistical methods for determining land values and for achieving overall equalization in the assessment of comparable properties in other District areas
Reviewing and analyzing appraisal reports for a broad range of residential and commercial properties with extremely complex characteristics to determine impact of recommendations and estimated values on agency policies, goals and objectives
Representing the OCFO at appeal hearings and court litigations regarding the assessment concepts, theories and methodology used to determine real property assessments
Performs other related duties as assigned
Minimum qualifications: Five years of progressive experience appraising a broad range of properties with unique and complex characteristics to determine the value for tax assessment purposes. At least one year of experience performing duties related to appraising commercial properties (i.e. hotels, large office buildings, and other business type of operations) with complex and unique characteristics utilizing the income valuation approach and other various appraisal techniques to determine the market value of property for tax assessment purposes; reviewing work of lower level appraisal staff to determine whether methods are consistent with accepted appraisal practices and techniques; preparing highly complex or controversial commercial appraisals; advising attorneys on appraisal interpretation and providing defensible values to use as evidence in controversial court cases.
In addition – successful completion of International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO) courses 101, 102, 112 and 300 or equivalent course related work is required. Certificates for completed courses must be submitted to be considered for the position.
For initial review, please submit your resume to the Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Human Resources Division, located at 1101 4th Street, SW, Suite W220, Washington, DC 20024 or to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The OCFO offers a competitive salary and benefits package including medical, dental, retirement, and educational assistance.
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