To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Planning, coordinating and directing the collection of property taxes; planning, coordinating and directing the appraisal, assessment and reassessment of property in the County.
- Assisting citizens with real estate and personal property assessment, and current and delinquent tax problems.
- Preparing and maintaining tax payment, records and reports.
- Plans, directs and coordinates the collection and accounting of current and delinquent property taxes.
- Supervises the preparation and mailing of delinquent tax notices.
- Manages subordinate supervisory staff in listing, appraisal, land records, and tax collection.
- Administers North Carolina property tax laws relating to real estate and personal property in Onslow County.
- Reviews, analyzes, revises, and compiles real estate Schedule of Values for countywide revaluation.
- Generates correspondence to and/or confers with taxpayers, other department heads, Commission members, legislative members and state agencies dealing with the implementation, interpretation and administration of property tax laws.
- Reviews and implements legislative changes affecting property taxes.
- Serves as Clerk to the Board of Equalization and Review.
- Serves as County Damage Assessment Officer.
- Prepares departmental budget and monitors expenditures.
- Oversees departmental personnel matters.
- Performs assigned functions as a Disaster Ready Team (DRT) member, if appointed or volunteer.
- Performs related tasks as required.
$3,492.89 - $4,540.76 Biweekly
$90,815.22 - $118,059.68 Annually
- Bachelor's degree with coursework in business, accounting, or related field
- Extensive experience in tax appraisal, assessments, and collections, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Acquire Tax Assessor certification issued by the North Carolina Department of Revenue, as prescribed by the North Carolina Machinery Act within two years of appointment.
- Acquire Tax Collector certification from the North Carolina Tax Collectors Association within four years of appointment.
- Valid driver's license.