The Pinellas County Property Appraiser is seeking candidates for a commercial appraiser (Appraiser 2) position. This is field and office work of routine difficulty in the gathering of property data to assist in estimating commercial property values for ad valorem purposes. Work involves measuring building characteristics, making quality judgments, conducting inventories, and recording descriptive data. structures and appurtenances, drawing sketches to scale, identifying structural features and characteristics, making quality judgments, conducting inventories, and recording descriptive data.
Minimum Requirements for the Appraiser 2 position:
Possession of a Florida State Driver’s License and provide personal properly licensed and insured automobile transportation for the performance of fieldwork (mileage reimbursement)
o 2 years college level coursework (or Associate’s degree) in business, finance, accounting,Must also possess:
o At least 4 years of experience in appraisal: or
o An equivalent combination of education, training, and/or experience.public administration, real estate and at least 2 years of experience in appraisal; or
Highly desirable skills/qualifications:
Possession of a designation from a nationally recognized professional appraisal organization Possession of a Florida State Certified Appraiser or Registered Trainee Appraiser license
Experience in mass appraisal
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
Appraiser 2 salary range: $46,196.80 - $73,923.20
Benefits: Health – Dental – Life Insurance – Short-Term and Long-Term Disability
Enrollment in the Florida Retirement System
Generous annual leave and paid holidays
All interested applicants are required to complete a Pinellas County application form online at:: https://employment.pinellascounty.org.
Application deadline: August 28, 2020
BBG’s remains one of the fastest growing appraisal and consulting firms in Florida. Their expansion continues
with staffing opportunities in Tampa, Miami, Orlando, Jacksonville and the Southwest Florida offices. We are actively seeking:
- MAI Designated Appraisers
- Senior and Junior Level Appraisers
- Full Shop Acquisition Opportunities
BBG is a national, full-service provider of commercial property valuation products ranging from specialized due diligence and consulting services to traditional appraisals. Our management team has over 100 years of combined leadership experience in the commercial valuation industry and has established and maintained professional relationships throughout a broad spectrum of clients including banks, agency lenders, equity investors, real estate fund advisors, REITs and insurance companies. BBG’s national presence includes 40+ offices from coast to coast including six (6) in Florida. BBG offers a complete and dynamic technology package and corporate support staff maximizing the efficiency of the s from engagement to transmittal. All industry standard resources are provided. BBG provides a fully integrated laptop to every employee providing flexibility for work in the office, the field or home offices.
Compensation packages are based on level of experience and background. Competitive fee splits are offered to appraisers. BBG offers attractive employee benefit packages including medical, dental, vision, long-term disability and life insurance. In addition, BBG pays Appraisal Institute dues, applicable state licensing fees and provides a generous annual education allowance. Career advancement potential is high and expected. Please forward resumes and inquires to Eric Hoening, MAI – Managing Director at email@example.com or call 813-327-4101.
Lee Pallardy, Inc. in Tampa, Florida is hiring.
We are seeking an experienced commercial appraiser with good writing skills and proficiency in Word, Excel, and Database software. Competitive compensation, medical benefits, and computer provided.
Contact – David Taulbee, MAI, at 813-221-3700
Colliers International Senior Housing & Healthcare Specialty Practice – Sarasota, FL
The Senior Housing and Healthcare Specialty Practice of Colliers International is looking to hire junior and senior appraisers. Colliers International is a national appraisal firm with over 51 offices nationwide. As part of the Senior Housing and Healthcare Specialty Practice, you will be focused on producing thorough reports focused on the senior housing and healthcare property types, as well as fostering client relationships and consulting with them to find the best solutions. You’ll work closely with senior management to develop and drive a strategic growth plan for the market.
You will help mentor analysts and delve deep into market research together.Each day you will promote and advocate Colliers’ brand in the local market, articulating its value through superior customer service and financial results. Preferred candidates would have a trainee or certified general license. Please email your resume to Justin.Butler@colliers.com (Posted: 2.28.20)
ADI – Appraisal Alliance Inc in Tampa, FL, has an immediate
need to add an experienced State-Certified Residential Appraiser to our team on
a project fee basis – to Serve the Hillsborough to Sarasota area – and possibly
into Central Florida. Work from home – computer, software ACI and MLS data
provided (or reimbursed) if needed. Please be professional in appearance with
reliable transportation. Please forward your resume and sample report to firstname.lastname@example.org
Entreken Associates, Inc., St. Petersburg, FL, has an opening for an experienced State-Certified residential appraiser to work in a dynamic fast paced environment. Applicants should be detail oriented, have good communication skills and professional in appearance. Fee split compensation. Website: www.entrekenassociates.com.
Please forward resume to Gayle Schoneman at email@example.com.
Special Magistrate Positions
Bay County. The Value
Adjustment Board in and for Bay County Florida is currently seeking individuals
interested in serving as Special Magistrates to the 2020 Value Adjustment
Board. Special Magistrates are appointed
for the purpose of taking testimony and making recommendations to the
Board. Special Magistrates cannot be
elected or appointed officials or employees of the county. Employees and elected or appointed officials
of a taxing jurisdiction or of the state may not serve as Special
A Special Magistrate
appointed to hear issues of exemptions and classifications shall be a licensed
attorney in private practice and a member of the Florida Bar with no less than
5 years’ experience in ad valorem taxation and meet the requirements of Section
194.035 F.S. and Section 12D-9.010 FAC.
Magistrate appointed to hear issues regarding valuation of real estate shall be
a state certified real estate appraiser with not less than 5 years’ experience
in real property valuation and meet the requirements of Section 194.035 F.S and
Section 12D-9.010 FAC. During term of
service, the Special Magistrate cannot represent any party before the
Magistrate appointed to hear issues regarding valuation of tangible personal
property must have at least 5 years’ experience in tangible personal property
valuation and shall be a designated member of a nationally recognized
appraiser's organization. During term of
service, the Special Magistrate cannot represent any party before the
A Special Magistrate
need not be a resident of the county for appointment. If required by law, Special Magistrates shall
obtain the Department of Revenue training certificate for Special Magistrates
and provide verification of such qualifications and training to the Clerk of
If you have
an interest in serving as a Special Magistrate for the 2020 session, please
fill out an application and submit it along with your resume to our office. The
application is available at our website, www.baycoclerk.com,
under Value Adjustment Board. You will need to submit a copy of your State
Certified Real Estate Appraiser’s License and a copy of your Department of
Revenue Training Certificate, for the current year, to the Clerk of the Value
Adjustment Board 840 West 11th Street, Suite 3000 Panama City, FL
32401. All interested parties must
ensure they have taken and received a certificate for the most current training
available from DOR. Questions can be directed to the Clerk of the Board at
(850) 767-3314 or VAB@baycoclerk.com.
reserves the right to accept or reject any and or all proposals received and to
waive any technical informality that may be considered to be in the best interest
of the Board. The deadline for
submitting applications shall be August 7, 2020. (Posted: 05/05/20)
COUNTY – PUBLIC NOTICE
APPLICANTS FOR SPECIAL
THE CLERK OF THE ESCAMBIA
COUNTY VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD IS NOW ACCEPTING SEALED APPLICATIONS
for APPRAISER SPECIAL MAGISTRATE and ATTORNEY SPECIAL MAGISTRATE
for 2020. Special Magistrates must be licensed in the State of Florida and meet
the following criteria, but need not be residents of the county in which he or she serves:
1) Employees and elected or
appointed officials of a taxing jurisdiction or of the
state may not serve as
2) A special magistrate
appointed to hear issues of exemptions and classifications
shall be a member of The
Florida Bar with not less than 5 years experience in the
area of ad valorem taxation.
3) A special magistrate
appointed to hear issues regarding the valuation of real
estate shall be a state
certified real estate appraiser with not less than 5 years
experience in real property
4) A special magistrate
appointed to hear issues regarding the valuation of tangible
personal property shall be a
designated member of a nationally recognized
with not less than 5 years experience in tangible
personal property valuation
(either attorney or appraiser).
5) A special magistrate may
not represent a person before the board in any tax year
during which he or she has
served that board as a special magistrate.
6) Appraiser and Attorney
Special Magistrates will be required to sign contracts for
services at a negotiated
rate per hour. Expense reimbursements will be made in
accordance with statutory
travel reimbursement rates. Special Magistrates may
be required to conduct
morning, afternoon, and/or evening sessions.
7) Applicants must be
Applications may be obtained
from the Clerk's Office at the address listed below, from the Clerk's website, www.escambiaclerk.com, or will
be mailed or emailed to applicants upon request. Any qualified
individual who wishes to apply should submit an application and resume, in a SEALED envelope
labeled VAB SPECIAL MAGISTRATE, by 5:00 p.m. on JUNE 30,
Honorable Pam Childers
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Attn: DeLana Allen-Busbee,
Clerk to the Board's Office
Value Adjustment Board
221 Palafox Place, Suite 110
MUST BE SUBMITTED IN A SEALED ENVELOPE AND MUST BE
RECEIVED BY THE DEADLINE. ALL APPLICATIONS WILL BE OPENED ON
JULY 1, 2020
The Pasco County Value Adjustment Board (VAB) is seeking Attorney and Appraiser Special Magistrates to serve for the 2020 term. To be chosen, an applicant must meet the criteria of Section 194.035, Florida Statutes. Special Magistrates are paid $125 per hour with a four hour minimum for a mutually scheduled hearing date. All selected Special Magistrates will be required to attend an orientation session on a date to be determined. Special Magistrates will sign a contract upon hire with the specific terms of engagement. Additional information and applications are available on the Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller’s website www.pascoclerk.com or by calling (352) 521-4347. Submit applications by 5:00 p.m. May 15, 2020 to:
Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller
Attn: Value Adjustment Board
East Pasco Government Center
14236 6th Street, Suite 201 Dade City, FL 33523
INVITATION TO APPLY FOR 2020 VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD SPECIAL MAGISTRATE = SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
The Value Adjustment Board of Santa Rosa County, Florida, invites all interested parties to submit letters of interest to serve as Special Magistrate for the 2020 Value Adjustment Board.
Special Magistrates may not be elected or appointed officials or employees of Santa Rosa County, Florida but shall be selected from a list of those qualified individuals who are willing to serve as Special Magistrates. Employees and elected or appointed officials of a taxing jurisdiction or of the state may not serve as Special Magistrates.
Special Magistrates are required to have at least 5 years of experience OR 3 years of experience and have completed training provided by the Department of Revenue. A Special Magistrate appointed to hear issues of exemptions and classifications shall be a member of The Florida Bar with experience in the area of ad valorem taxation; a Special Magistrate appointed to hear issues regarding the valuation of real estate shall be a state certified real estate appraiser with experience in real property valuation; and a Special Magistrate appointed to hear issues regarding the valuation of tangible personal property shall be a designated member of a nationally recognized appraiser's organization with experience in tangible personal property valuation.
Training provided by the Department of Revenue is required for the following:
• All special magistrates prior to conducting any 2020 VAB hearing. • VAB members or VAB attorneys in counties with a population less than 75,000 that do not use special magistrates. (Please note: Santa Rosa County has a population in excess of 75,000) • Individuals who are otherwise qualified, have at least three years but less than five years of relevant experience, and want to be considered for appointment as a special magistrate must take the exam.
The department shall provide and conduct training for special magistrates at least once each state fiscal year in at least five locations throughout the state. Such training shall emphasize the department's standard measures of value, including the guidelines for real and tangible personal property. A person who has 3 years of relevant experience and who has completed the training provided by the department under this subsection may be appointed as a special magistrate. The training shall be open to the public. The department shall charge tuition fees to any person attending this training in an amount sufficient to fund the department's costs to conduct all aspects of the training. The department shall deposit the fees collected into the Certification Program Trust Fund pursuant to s. 195.002 (2).
More information from the Department of Revenue on required training may be obtained at http://floridarevenue.com/property/Pages/VAB_Training.aspx.
Special Magistrates need not be a resident of Santa Rosa County. Special Magistrates may not represent a person before the Santa Rosa County Value Adjustment Board in any tax year during which he or she serves as a Special Magistrate.
Rate of pay shall be determined by the Value Adjustment Board. Applicants are asked to submit their proposed hourly rate of pay with their letter of intent including charges and/or reimbursement for travel arrangements (if any), minimum hours (if any), etc. All interested parties shall submit their letter of interest, with all required qualifying documents (including proof of training), experience, and proposed hourly rate of pay to this office no later than July 10, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. (in the office). Please make sure all qualifications, supporting documents, and work experience are documented in your resume. Letters of interest received after the deadline will not be eligible. Letters of interest shall be emailed to Amanda Pierce at firstname.lastname@example.org or submitted to the address below:
Honorable Donald C. Spencer, Clerk
Value Adjustment Board
Attn: Board Support Services (Amanda Pierce)
Santa Rosa County, Florida
Mailing Address: 6495 Caroline Street, Suite G
Milton, Florida 32570
If further information is needed, please call Amanda Pierce at 850-983-1832 or email at email@example.com. Santa Rosa County reserves the right to waive any informality or to reject any and all submittals.