- Hourly / - BiWeekly /
- Monthly / $57,878.00-$92,930.00 Yearly
Assessments Area Supervisor, I and II are the administrative and supervisory level of work in the field of real property and commercial property assessments for tax assessment purposes.
Employees in these classifications serve as assistants to the Supervisor of Assessments in designated counties and assist in overseeing the day-to-day operations of the local assessment office.
Employees in these classifications assist in the supervision of all professional, technical and clerical personnel. Employees receive managerial supervision from the Supervisor of Assessments. The work may require travel throughout Maryland.
Assists the Supervisor of Assessments in the management of a local office of assessments;
Assists in the development and implementation of local office policy and procedures;
Assists in the preparation and maintenance of local property assessments records;
Prepares reports and estimates of the value of taxable property;
Assists in the planning and execution of a program of assessment and reassessment of taxable property;
Cooperates with appropriate related local officials, officers and departments;
Carries on a continuing program of public information to advise property owners of the activities and duties performed by the department that are required by law;
Answers questions from subordinate Assessor staff and other parties regarding assessment methods and procedures, the residential appeals process and CAMA functions;
Acts as a back-up to the Supervisor of Assessments in the event of the Supervisor's absence;
Performs other related duties.
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Minimum Education and Experience Requirements;
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