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|Transfer & Conveyance Representative||Under general supervision of the Transfer & Conveyance Supervisor, the Transfer & Conveyance Representative documents the transfer of properties and maintains the Auditor’s parcel numbering system; manages subdivision and condominium plats, as well as property combinations and splits; performs other related duties as required.||09/27/2022||Apply|
|Fiscal Payroll Specialist||Under general supervision of the Payroll Supervisor, the Fiscal Payroll Specialist is responsible for assisting with payroll processing and serves as a point of contact for internal and external county agencies; performs other related duties as required.||Until Filled||Apply|
|Business Analyst||Under general supervision of the IT Manager, the Business Analyst is responsible for analyzing and supporting the business needs of clients and stakeholders, in addition to streamlining or reengineering processes, performing analysis of business processes inside of organization units and improving how it conducts its functions and activities in order to reduce overall costs and provide efficiencies through implementation of information technology solutions. The Business Analyst will manage all aspects of the project lifecycle, from specifications through testing and delivery for projects that are small to medium size, low risk, and/or have few cross-functional business areas affected.||Until Filled||Apply|
|Appraiser II||Under general supervision of the Chief Appraiser, the Appraiser II performs all primary appraisal functions utilized for the appraisal of residential, agricultural, and all commercial and industrial properties. Inclusive of these functions is being able to measure, calculate square footage, and properly update the County’s Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal (CAMA) system’s database accurately for all types of value changes; accurately identifies neighborhood delineation; assists with Re-evaluation & Triennial updates; verifies tax incentive changes; performs quality control, data entry, and clerical duties as assigned; assists in other areas of the office as requested; and performs other related duties as required. The Appraiser II must be able to train County Appraisers I.||Until Filled||Apply|
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