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|Tax Incentives Team Lead/TIRC Representative||Under general supervision of the Data & Incentives Supervisor, the Team Lead/TIRC Representative performs a variety of duties in the area of tax incentives, such as representing the Auditor’s office in TIRC meetings, serving as the main point of contact between the Auditor’s office and each municipality in Franklin County, training, assisting and leading team in maintaining the values, documents and spreadsheets regarding abated parcels, Public Utility and Railroad parcels; aids nonprofit corporations in obtaining tax exemption from real estate taxes; processes new TIF applications; possesses knowledge of aspects of the CAUV program and its processes; performs other related duties as required.||Until Filled||Apply|
|Tax Accounting Specialist||Under general supervision of the Tax Accounting Supervisor, Tax Accounting Specialist calculates tax adjustments; conducts research; runs, reviews and analyzes reports; issues and balances refunds; assists the public; performs other related duties as required.||Until Filled||Apply|
|BOR Specialist II||Under general supervision of the BOR Supervisor, the BOR Specialist II assists Taxpayers by accepting formal complaints on property valuations and appraisals; maintains files; assists with implementing new technology; performs other related duties as required.||08/22/2022||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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