Assessment Process SpecialistCounty Of Sonoma
Assessment Process Specialist
$3,941 - $4,790/Monthly
Education: Any combination of formal coursework, and training which would provide an opportunity to acquire the knowledge and abilities listed. The ability to read and write English and make basic arithmetic calculations at a level for successful job performance. Thirty units of math and algebra are highly desirable.
Experience: Any combination of training and experience which would provide an opportunity to acquire the knowledge and abilities listed. Normally, one year of experience as an Assessment Clerk in a County Assessor's Office or two years of clerical experience working with appraisal, assessment, or property records in an appraiser's office, surveyor's office, or title company would provide such an opportunity.
Performance Skill: Some positions may require the ability to type at a corrected speed of 45 words per minute. All positions require considerable ability to operate a personal computer and multiple software.
License: Possession of a valid driver's license at the appropriate level including special endorsements, as required by the State of California, may be required depending upon assignment to perform the essential job functions of the position.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Considerable knowledge of: the organization, functional responsibilities of each division; the use of electronic information equipment and specific systems as used within the department; property tax laws, rules, guidelines, policies and procedures, and of the terminology, processing codes, and work practices used in property tax assessment.
Working knowledge of: of modern office methods and procedures; legal descriptions of real property and the methods and documents used to convey and transfer title or real property; methods and techniques used in researching, organizing and evaluating data; property law, real estate terminology, and the Revenue and Taxation Code.
Ability to: read an comprehend various types of legal documents relating to real property; read and understand legal descriptions and maps relating to real property; perform complex analytical evaluation of legal documents; research title for property ownership and reappraisability; make independent decisions on interpretations of law; communicate effectively orally and in writing and to follow written and oral instructions; use microfiche readers, computers, typewriters and other office equipment; accurately prepare and maintain department forms and records; work effectively and courteously with co-workers, other agencies and the general public; utilize electronic information systems and analyze and interpret such information; post and make arithmetical computations rapidly and accurately.