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Property Listing Technician

Outgamie County Planner - Appleton, WI

Type: Part Time
Posted: 04/17/2017
Deadline to apply: Open (no deadline given by employer)
Payrate: $18.30 - $22.05/hr
Description:

Position Purpose

Reporting to the Land Information Officer, the Property Listing Technician is responsible to prepare and maintain accurate ownership and description information for all parcels of real property in the county; for the preliminary review of parcel map changes and property description updates. Assist in the preparation of the assessment rolls and notices, special assessments, tax rolls and tax bills.

Key Responsibilities

  • Review and provide assistance to the Real Property Lister in updating parcel maps in reference to certified survey maps, annexations, lot splits, highway and road right-of-way maps for accuracy of parcel boundaries and legal descriptions.
  • Maintains parcel information in to the real estate tax program; owner names, addresses, property descriptions, school districts, special districts, tribal lands and all other imperative information.
  • Assists annually with special assessments, lottery credits, printing of  Real and Personal property workbooks, assessment rolls, assessment notices and Tax Bills.
  • Reviews real estate transfers returns for accuracy.
  • Assists and provides guidance to local assessors, attorneys, land surveyors, real estate agents, title companies, the public and other county departments with general real property information and maps.
  • Checks the accuracy of property descriptions from recorded real estate documents to the previously recorded documents assign new parcel numbers when required.
  • County designee for WI Department of Revenue state prescribed forms; annual distribution and inventory of forms per Wis. Stats 70.09(3).
  • Compute, invoice and track the Ag-Use conversions charges.
  • Assists with the July real estate tax receipting.
  • Review and provide assistance to the Real Property Lister in updating parcel maps in reference to certified survey maps, annexations, lot splits, highway and road right-of-way maps for accuracy of parcel boundaries and legal descriptions.
  • Maintains parcel information in to the real estate tax program; owner names, addresses, property descriptions, school districts, special districts, tribal lands and all other imperative information.
  • Assists annually with special assessments, lottery credits, printing of  Real and Personal property workbooks, assessment rolls, assessment notices and Tax Bills.
  • Reviews real estate transfers returns for accuracy.
  • Assists and provides guidance to local assessors, attorneys, land surveyors, real estate agents, title companies, the public and other county departments with general real property information and maps.
  • Checks the accuracy of property descriptions from recorded real estate documents to the previously recorded documents assign new parcel numbers when required.
  • County designee for WI Department of Revenue state prescribed forms; annual distribution and inventory of forms per Wis. Stats 70.09(3).
  • Compute, invoice and track the Ag-Use conversions charges.
  • Assists with the July real estate tax receipting.

Education/Certifications/Experience Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in geography, real estate economics, or related field with 1-3 years experience in assessing, GIS, County or State government or any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills and abilities.
  • Assessor's certification and/or Title Examiner Certification is desirable.

Required or Preferred Skills

  • Experience with ESRI GIS software
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office products
  • Knowledge of departmental operations, 70.09 of Wis. Stats. in relation to Real Property Lister duties codes, regulations and terminology
  • Knowledge and understanding of land record documents recorded in Register of Deeds Office
  • Knowledge of property assessment procedures
  • Ability to comprehend and use department specific computer software
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide, and calculate decimals and percents
  • Ability to use tact and diplomacy when dealing with the public, co-workers, County employees, etc.
  • Ability to work semi-independently making sound decisions using good judgment
  • Ability to organize and schedule work effectively and cooperatively with co-workers

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