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An Appraiser II works
independently to conduct market appraisals of residential, commercial,
industrial, recreational, agricultural and rural properties using data
collection and analysis methods. An Appraiser II is required to understand and
provide, with a high degree of accuracy, assessment information to property
owners, builders, real estate brokers, governmental agencies, residents and the
public. An Appraiser II also assists in preparing information for Assessment
Appeals Board presentations and maintains accurate records and

The ideal Appraiser II candidate possesses both
appraisal experience and excellent interpersonal skills. The ideal Appraiser II
candidate possesses an Appraiser certificate issued by the California State
Board of Equalization or an Appraiser license issued by the Bureau/Office of
Real Estate Appraisers and has a strong working knowledge of the California
Revenue and Taxation Code as it relates to the appraisal of property. The ideal
candidate has proven ability to interpret, uphold and explain, with a high
degree of accuracy and courtesy, complex rules, regulations, codes and laws
related to property valuation appraisal and tax assessment to a variety of
audiences. The ideal candidate has technical proficiency using databases and
Microsoft Office (Excel, Word and Outlook). The ideal candidate will be able to
express ideas clearly, concisely and accurately when writing correspondence and
reports. The ideal candidate has a proven track record of providing excellent
customer service, developing and maintaining successful, professional,
supportive, respectful and collaborative working relationships, and works
successfully independently and as part of a team. The ideal candidate approaches
his/her assignments with enthusiasm. In addition to the above, the ideal
Appraiser II candidate has at least one year experience as an Appraiser in an
Assessor’s Office or has at least three years of experience independently
appraising a variety of properties of a complex nature.

Minimum Qualifications
Equivalent to graduation
from a four-year college or university with major course work in business or
public administration, economics, engineering or a field related to the work AND
one year of experience in appraising real property and related improvements.
Experience in the appraisal of real property, building cost estimating,
engineering, accounting, or in buying, selling or managing real estate, or in a
related area as defined by the State of California may be substituted for the
education on a year-for-year basis.

Must obtain temporary certification as an Appraiser issued by the State Board of
Equalization within three months of appointment, and permanent certification
within six months of appointment as an Appraiser II.

For more detailed information about this position,
click here: class specification .

Testing Schedule
The first
application review will be on July 5, 2017.
Depending on the number of
qualified applications received, testing may consist of a highly qualified
review, supplemental application screening, online assessment, skills testing,
practical/performance test, written or oral examination or any combination of
these exams. Successful candidates will have their names placed on the eligible
list. If additional testing is not conducted, applicants that meet the minimum
qualifications may be notified to contact the department for a selection

NOTE: Applicants are
encouraged to apply early. This recruitment may close at any time once a
sufficient number of qualified applications have been received.

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