Under the direction of the Tax Assessor, the purpose of this position is to ensure all land, residential, commercial and industrial buildings, and building improvements in Anson County are assessed for tax purposes. Employees in this classification perform lead administrative work. Duties require appraising land, mobile homes, personal property, real property improvement and new construction. Assisting the public, lawyers, surveyors, and other appraisal related practices. Employee verifies data records, processing building permits, measuring new and existing structures, and reviewing surveys for recording. The position requires accuracy and computer data entry into the Anson County tax system and the Anson County appraisal system. Appraisal work is performed under the guidelines as defined by General Statute of the North Carolina Department of Revenue. Performs other duties related to the Anson County Tax Office as required.
$36,000 – $43,000 (Based on training and experience)
Minimum Training and Experience: High school diploma; two (2) to four (4) years previous experience in the real estate field or related experience. Ability to deal tactfully and courteously with the public when providing customer service. Must have a thorough knowledge of computers and experience in data entry software.
Must complete certification from the North Carolina Department of Revenue in assessing and real estate appraising. Must have adequate transportation and a valid North Carolina driver’s license.