Full Job Description
The primary responsibly of a data collector is to locate, identify, and accurately measure the exterior dimensions of assigned properties, as well as make a thorough inspection of the interiors and accurately record all pertinent data on a prescribed data collection form. A Residential Property inspector is the most visible member of the appraisal team to the general public. In most instances, this individual will be the only person that the taxpayer may see. Therefore, it is extremely important that the Data Collector present a professional image to the public
Responsibilities and Duties
Accurately record property details on a prescribed data collection form. Follow guidelines from a data collection manual.
Deal professionally with taxpayers and other city/town officials.
Anticipate unusual situations and make quick and responsible decisions.
Must be self motivated and have the ability to work independently in all weather extremes.
Qualifications and Skills
Must be a high school graduate or equivalent.
Must have the ability to pass a background check.
Benefit / Paid time off / 401k
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $41,600.00 – $62,400.00 per year
- 401(k) matching
- Health insurance
- Paid time off
- Professional development assistance
- Tuition reimbursement
Physical setting: / Outdoor work
Schedule: / 8 hour shift / Day shift / Monday to Friday
Supplemental pay types: / Bonus pay
Education: / High school or equivalent (Required)
License/Certification: / Driver’s License (Required)
Willingness to travel: / 100% (Required)
Work Location: On the road