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Director or Principal

Tue, 14 May 2024 13:22:55 GMT

About the job
Join an exceptional professional services firm specializing in business valuation and real estate appraisal at the Director or Principal level with equity interests in AltaView’s real estate segment. Founded in 2018, AltaView currently has 30 valuation professionals across 9 offices nationwide.

Role Overview:

AltaView aims to recruit the most talented professionals with a proven track record of generating and executing valuation projects in a hands-on manner and establishing long-term relationships with clients and referral sources.

Our professionals have extensive expertise appraising a wide range of property types and ownership interests ranging from typical fee simple, leased fee, and leasehold interests to more complex ownership interests such as option contracts, life estates, and remainder interests. AltaView’s real property valuations are prepared in partnership between senior professionals and support staff, are customized for each appraisal purpose to comply with strict reporting requirements and are designed to preempt potential scrutiny. In addition, our experts have significant experience supporting clients throughout IRS audits and providing litigation support and expert testimony.

This position is 100% remote with some travel expectations.

Key Responsibilities:

Provide real estate appraisal and related services on behalf of AltaView.
Develop and maintain clients in your regional area for the overall success and growth of AltaView.
Work collaboratively with AltaView’s leadership team to best serve existing and potential clients, consistent with AltaView’s client-centric philosophy.
Devote 100% of your business time to AltaView and not engage in competing business.
Adhere to AltaView’s policies and practices.

Qualifications

5-10 years or more of experience in real estate appraisal services.
MAI and/or Certified General Appraisal Licenses
Real estate appraisal experience for Trust and Estates is strongly recommended
Expertise and established relationships within the candidate's current regional area are sought after.


https://www.altaviewadvisors.com/careers



PERMIT SPECIALIST - Assessor's Office

Mon, 22 Apr 2024 19:26:48 GMT

PERMIT SPECIALIST - Assessor's Office
Requisition ID: 00133976
Organization Cook County Elected Officials Work Locations:
Opening Date Apr 22, 2024 Closing Date: May 5, 2024
Full-time Shift Start Time: 9:00 A.M. Shift End Time: 5:00 P.M.
AFSCME 3835

Posting Salary: $50,771 Grade: 13
2 Position Vacancies

This is an AFSCME 3835 Bargaining Unit Position
Job Summary.

Reporting to the Manager of Data Collection, the Permit Specialist is responsible for reviewing residentialbased
and incentive-based permit submissions and accurately determining which permits require inspection
by a field inspector in the Residential Field Unit or the Commercial Field Unit. T he Permit Specialist also
serves as the Cook County Assessor's Office's (CCAO) primary contact with Township Assessor offices and
municipalities in the County of Cook as it relates to the accurate submission of permit data to the CCAO. T he
Permit Specialist possesses effective communication skills and good customer service skills.
Essential Job Duties
• Retrieves prior assessment year paper permits submitted by Township Assessors and municipalities in the
County of Cook and audits them against the electronic permit data submitted in the Assessor's Computer
Assisted Mass Appeal (GAMA) system of record.
• Reviews electronic permit submissions received by Township Assessors and municipalities in the County
of Cook for the current assessment year and inputs the data into the Assessor's GAMA system of record to
determine which permits require inspection by members of the Residential Field Unit or the Commercial
Field Unit.
• Reviews "assessed to exempt" and "exempt to assessed" incentive permits received for the current
assessment year and inputs data into the Assessor's CAMA system of record to determine which permits
require inspection by members of the Residential Field Unit or the Commercial Field Unit.
• Serves as a liaison to Township Assessors and municipalities in the County of Cook to advise them on the
appropriate manner in which to submit permit information to the CCAO.
• Conducts research to match property tax PINs to addresses identified on permits.
• Prepares audit reports to ensure accuracy of data entry of permits into the Assessor's CAMA system of
record.
• Assists the Community Outreach Strategist in preparing training materials for Township Assessors and
municipalities as it relates to the appropriate manner in which to submit permit information to the CCAO.
• Performs other duties and assignments, as required, to achieve the overall goals of the Valuations
Department.
The duties described above are not set forth for purposes of limiting the assignment of work. They are
not to be construed as a complete description of the many duties normally to be performed under a job title or those to be performed temporarily outside an employee's normal line of work.
Minimum Qualifications
• High school diploma or GED certificate.
• Two (2) years of full-time data entry experience.
Preferred Qualifications
• Associate's Degree or higher from an accredited college or university.
• Two (2) years of full-time work experience in property taxation, assessments, assessment
administration, or real estate tax exemptions.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Excel.
Knowledg􀀽, Skills, Abilities and Other Characteristics
• Knowledge of CCAO procedures, policies, practices and guidelines or the ability to quickly gain such
knowledge.
• Knowledge of CCAO procedures related to CCAO operations, function, activities and the property tax
system, or the ability to quickly gain such knowledge.
• Knowledge of assessment cycle, or the ability to quickly attain such knowledge.
• Ability to converse knowledgeably and communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
• Ability to work with others; excellent interpersonal skills in dealing with co-workers and staff in a fast paced,
high volume environment.
• Ability to adjust to new techniques and procedures.
• Ability to coordinate and carry out instructions.
• Ability to lead and cooperate on specific projects related to the functions of the unit.
• Ability to meet CCAO and departmental deadlines, production goals and effectively utilize time with limited
oversight.
• Ability to interact with the public to provide guidance and information regarding permit submissions to the
CCAO.
• Must be computer literate in Microsoft Word and Excel with skill and efficiency in entering and retrieving
data.
Physical Requirements
• Visual acuity to review and edit written communications for long periods of time.
• Repetitive use of hands to handle and/or operate standard office equipment.
• Regular use of a telephone to communicate.
• Occasionally required to lift and carry up to thirty (30) pounds.

Annual Salary: $50,771 Grade: 13

This is an AFSCME 3835 Bargaining Unit Position

Benefits Package Includes:
• Medical, Dental, and Vision Coverage
• Basic Term Life Insurance
• Pension Plan and Deferred Compensation Program
• Employee Assistance Program
• Paid Holidays, Vacation, and Sick Time
• You May Qualify for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF)
• Hybrid Work Schedule (granted at the discretion of the Department Head - all CCAO employees are
expected to live within a distance of Cook County that will allow them to work in the office as demanded by
operational needs)

METHOD OF APPLICATION:https://cookcountyil.taleo.net/careersection/120/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en


APPLICATION DEADLINE: Online submissions will close at 11 :59pm on 05/05/2024.
Applications of eligible applicants will be retained for consideration for 12 months following receipt of application,
or until this Notice of Job Opportunity is withdrawn, whichever occurs first.
On or before the final date for interviews, applicants must furnish Human Resources with sufficient proof of
education (if applicable), designations/certifications, professional references, and photo identification.
SPECIAL NOTE: A skills assessment test will be administered as part of the interview process for this
job.
ANY APPLICANT THAT FAILS TO COMPLY WITH ANY OF THE REQUIREMENTS OF THIS NOTICE OF JOB
OPPORTUNITY WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED ELIGIBLE FOR THE POSITION.
The Office of the Cook County Assessor hires and promotes based on applicant qualifications and merit. The use
of political factors as a condition of employment for the above job opportunity is prohibited. Any questions should
be sent to Human Resources at 312-603-5115.
*You must be legally authorized to permanently work in the United States and without sponsorship*

COOK COUNTY ASSESSOR'S OFFICE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Last modified: April 1, 2024

OUR MISSION
The mission of the Cook County Assessor's Office is to deliver accurate and transparent assessments of
all residential and commercial properties. We serve every community in the County through ethical
stewardship within the property tax system.
OUR VALUES
Fairness. Transparency. Ethics



INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL VALUATIONS JUNIOR ANALYST III

Mon, 08 Apr 2024 15:58:06 GMT

INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL VALUATIONS JUNIOR ANALYST III

Department: Valuations Job Code: 4993
Grade: 16 Shakman Status: Non-Exempt
Hiring Process: General FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Job Summary
Reporting to the assigned Manager of Commercial Valuations or Manager of Special Properties, the Industrial Commercial (I/C) Valuations Junior Analyst is responsible for determining the assessed value of industrial and commercial properties in Cook County and analyzing and making determinations on appeals and Certificates of Error related to the valuation of those properties. The I/C Valuations Junior Analyst is responsible for performing all duties in a uniform and timely manner to meet the assessment deadlines of the Cook County Assessor’s Office (CCAO). The I/C Valuations Junior Analyst also provides good customer service.

Essential Job Duties
• Collects, analyzes and evaluates data to determine the assessed value of industrial and commercial property.
• Researches and uses information submitted on behalf of the taxpayer and data collected from the internet, CoStar, other data platforms, CCAO systems and databases, and other office technology to make valuation and assessment decisions.
• Ensures that industrial and commercial property is fairly and uniformly assessed, applying appropriate rules, regulations, policies and other guidelines in making assessment decisions.
• Reviews data and information in the analysis, review, and processing of applications for appeal and certificates of error.
• Conducts field research on triennial towns as assigned and reports updates to Valuations Department management for use in assessing property values.
• Works at the direction of the assigned Group Leader processing files in a manner to ensure that the Department meets its designated assessment cycle deadlines.
• Uses discretion in carrying out assignments and completing tasks to an effective outcome, resolving any minor problems in accordance with CCAO’s policies and guidelines.
• Communicates any lack of understanding of a particular property to the assigned Group Leader and/or applicable Manager, as appropriate.
• Collects, analyzes and summarizes information on comparable properties for Property Tax Appeal Board appeals, as assigned.
• Reviews and processes industrial and commercial permit properties, as requested.
• Performs other duties and assignments, as required, to achieve the overall goals of the Valuations Department.
• Works extended hours and overtime, as needed.
The duties listed are not set forth for purposes of limiting the assignment of work. They are not to be construed as a complete list of the many duties normally to be performed under a
job title or those to be performed temporarily outside an employee’s normal line of work.

Minimum Qualifications
• High school diploma or GED certificate.
• One (1) year experience in property taxation, assessment administration, or real estate appraisal or valuation of industrial and commercial properties.
OR
• Graduation from an accredited college and/or university with a bachelor’s degree.

Preferred Qualifications

• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in finance, business administration, real estate, mathematics, or related field.
• Proficiency with Microsoft Excel.
• Two (2) years or more experience in property taxation, assessment administration, or real estate appraisal or valuation of industrial and commercial properties. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
• Knowledge of CCAO operations, function, activities and the property tax system, as well as a thorough knowledge of CCAO’s procedures, policies, guidelines and other applicable rules and regulations related to valuation of real property, or the ability to quickly gain such knowledge.
• Knowledge of the assessment cycle, assessment valuation standards, practices and techniques, and the three approaches to value.
• Ability to meet CCAO and departmental deadlines, production goals and effectively utilize time with limited oversight.
• Knowledge of materials, software, and equipment utilized by CCAO, or the ability to quickly gain such knowledge.
• Ability to adjust to new techniques and procedures.
• Ability to converse knowledgeably and communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
• Ability to work with others; excellent interpersonal skills in dealing with co-workers.
• Ability to coordinate and carry out instructions.
• Must be computer literate, with skill and efficiency in entering and retrieving data, and have the ability to work with CCAO systems and databases, CoStar, other data platforms, Microsoft Word, Teams and Excel.

Physical Requirements
• Visual acuity to review and edit written and electronic communications for long periods of time.
• Repetitive use of hands to handle and/or operate standard office equipment.
• Regular use of a telephone to communicate.
COOK COUNTY ASSESSOR’S OFFICE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

https://www.cookcountyassessor.com/job-opportunities



Florida Appraisal Firm for Sale

Mon, 08 Apr 2024 13:03:51 GMT

MAI owner of mid-sized firm in central Florida seeks to sell business and trend toward retirement over ensuing 3-5 years. Willing and desirous to stay on, but relinquish responsibilities and ownership over time. Residential/Commercial mix. Nearly 50 years in business. If you’ve dreamed of moving to the Sunshine State, this could be an excellent opportunity. Willing to negotiate very reasonable terms. Contact owner at FLappraisalopportunity@gmail.com.


FLappraisalopportunity@gmail.com


Commercial Appraiser or Advanced Trainee

Wed, 31 Jan 2024 0:33:00 GMT

Joseph J. Blake & Associates, Inc., is a national, privately held commercial real estate valuation and consulting firm with 13 offices across the US. Founded over 75 years ago, the firm is completely independent and is 100% owned by MAI designated practicing appraisers.

This is an excellent opportunity for commerical appraisers in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin (satellite office develpment and management opportunities exist for those wanting to take on leadership roles). Our clients include investment funds, pension advisors, lending institutions, public agencies, attorneys, mortgage brokers and others. The Commercial Real Estate Appraiser positions being offered to qualified candidates involve the preparation of narrative appraisals and consulting reports for a wide variety of real estate asset types. Candidates will have the opportunity to develop or sharpen their existing professional skills through Senior Director mentoring, training, and hands on experience valuing a broad spectrum of commercial property types.

Desired Qualifications:

Certified General Real Estate Appraisal License (MAI Designation or advanced candidate a plus )
Some exposure or proficiency in Argus and MS Office (Excel and Word)
Analytical and problem solving skills
Research skills
Verbal and written communication skills
Attention to detail and the ability to manage multiple assignments
Ability to establish priorities, take initiative, work under time constraints, and exercise sound judgement

Competitive compensation based on experience, license status and education

Benefits:

Compensation paid weekly
401(k)
Dental insurance
Flexible spending account
Health insurance
Health savings account
Life insurance
Vision/Dental insurance
Disability Insurance
Professional development assistance
Appraisal class fee reimbursement
Report writing template and training
Auto mileage reimbursement

Desired Education: Bachelor's or Advanced Degree
Licenses/Certifications: Valid Driver's License,
MAI Designated, Certified General Appraiser
or Licensed Trainee (Preferred)
Work Location: Remote and/or Chicago CBD Office

Contact:
Michael Maglocci, MAI
mmaglocci@josephjblake.com
312-372-5331

Michael Maglocci
mmaglocci@josephjblake.com


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