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Overview

Auditor/Appraiser – To learn the methods and procedures used in gathering and analyzing data for the appraisal of real property; to assist with making field investigations, studies, and appraisals of residential, commercial, farm, and timber properties; and to do related work as required.

Distinguishing Characteristics: 

This is the entry and training level in the Appraiser class series. Incumbents often work under the guidance of other Department staff until they become familiar with the Department’s methods, procedures, and policies. After some knowledge and experience has been gained, easier and more routine job assignments are given to positions in this class. When an incumbent has demonstrated substantive knowledge of Department procedures and policies, sound work habits, and gained proper certification, they may expect promotion to the next higher level of Appraiser II.

Definition

Fiscal & Technical Services Assistant 

To perform a variety of account, statistical, and specialized technical recordkeeping work in connection with the maintenance of assessment roll, financial, library, public works, social services, solid waste, tax, treasury, or other records; to review specialized documents for sufficiency and accuracy, assisting the public or other County staff with application and specialized Department procedures; to learn and provide a variety of information about Department policies and procedures; to perform a variety of technical and office support assignments; and to do related work as required.

Distinguishing Characteristics

This is the first working level in the Fiscal and Technical Services Assistant class series. Incumbents learn and perform a variety of financial, statistical, assessment roll, library, public works, social services, solid waste, tax, treasurer, or other specialized recordkeeping work requiring substantial work background and experience in the area of assignment. They may also be assigned to provide specialized and technical public assistance. Incumbents in this class are expected to have substantial general office support and public assistance experience and be capable of quickly learning a specialized and technical support area. When sufficient knowledge has been demonstrated and experience requirements are met they may expect promotion to Fiscal and Technical Services Assistant II. Assignments are similar to those of a Fiscal and Technical Services Assistant II, however, employees work with less independence and closer supervision than a Fiscal and Technical Services Assistant II EOE

Additional Application:

Auditor/Appraiser Completion of formal advanced educational training in accounting, auditing, business administration or a related field; or, completion of some responsible work experience in accounting, appraising, engineering assistance, building cost estimating, construction material buying, or managing or selling real estate. Fiscal & Technical Services Assistant Two (2) years of experience in performing general office support and public assistance work similar to Office Assistant II with Plumas County. Special Requirements Possession of an appropriate California Driver's License issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles. I: Incumbents have one year from the date of appointment to this class to obtain a valid appraiser's certificate issued by the State Board of Equalization. II: Possession of a valid appraiser's certificate issued by the State Board of Equalization. III: Possession of a valid appraiser’s certificate issued by the State Boars of Equalization.

Minimum Education and Experience

Minimum Months of Experience: 24
Education Required: High School
Driver's License Required: Yes
Hiring Requirements for this Job:
  • Drug Testing / Screening
  • Background Checks
  • Reference Check
  • Minimum Hourly Wage: $14.00
    Maximum Hourly Wage: $22.21
    Accessible by Public Transportation: Yes