Employment Opportunities

Fannin Central Appraisal District is currently accepting applications for a Staff Appraiser, Suppor Specialist and Chief Appraiser.

Please download the application by clicking below:

 

Application

 

Submit application with resume to:

Fannin Central Appraisal District
Attention: Director of Personnel & Finance
831 W. State Hwy 56

Bonham, TX 75418

kchristy@fannincad.org

 

Current Openings Details:

Staff Appraiser

OVERVIEW

Duties include on-site property inspections of residential and commercial properties, analyzing market data (cost, income, and market sales), application of mass appraisal techniques, conducting informal protest hearings with property owners, tax agents, and attorneys, as well as representing the appraisal district in formal protest hearings before the Appraisal Review Board.

KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS

Must be able to collect basic appraisal information, determine a property’s use or usefulness, and apply the best appraisal method or process (e.g., income, market, and cost approaches to value).

Must be able to physically measure and inspect numerous properties efficiently and accurately.

Must have a basic knowledge of math and statistics as used in mass appraisal.

Must be able to use and understand Microsoft office 365, appraisal cost manuals and computer software.

Must have strong problem solving and time management skills.

Must have the ability to communicate effectively.

REQUIREMENTS

Education: 

College degree (equivalent appraisal education and experience excepted).

Experience:

Registered Professional Appraiser (RPA) designation or prior appraisal experience preferred.

Must have a reliable vehicle, valid driver’s license, and liability insurance.

WORK HOURS

Normal work hours are 8 am until 5 pm, Monday through Friday.  A seasonal flex schedule is offered. Those work hours will vary by the appraisal calendar.  Periodically, it will be necessary to work past five and on weekends.

SALARY & BENEFITS

Competitive Salary, Health, Dental, Vision, Retirement, Longevity, STD, LTD, Life Insurance and more

Qualified candidates should send a cover letter, resume and application to:

 

Support Specialist

The Position:

We are seeking an individual who is reliable, self-motivated, and has excellent verbal and written communications skills.  The ideal candidate must have the ability to read and interpret information in the Property Tax Code, must be able to adapt to periods of increased workloads or production requirements, and must be detail oriented.  Prior customer service experience and working with the public is helpful.  Bilingual is a plus.

An applicant must be a team player and be proficient in the following areas:  Math; 10 key; basic knowledge of office equipment; Microsoft Office Suite software.  Some travel may be required for education purposes.

Minimum Requirements:

Must be a Texas resident, have a valid Texas driver’s license, and possess a high school diploma or GED (some college preferred).  Person selected must agree to and pass a criminal background check and a drug test.

Benefits:

Competitive Salary, Health, Dental, Vision, Retirement, Longevity, STD, LTD, Life Insurance and more

 

Chief Appraiser

OVERVIEW

The Fannin Central Appraisal district serves 26 taxing units in the appraisal of approximately 36,000 parcels with a market value of approximately $6 Billion.  The district is also contracted with 21 taxing units consisting of approximately 37,000 parcels to perform the assessment and collections function.  The district collects and disburses approximately $50 million annually.

The Chief Appraiser, as the Chief Administrator of the appraisal district, provides the administrative oversight for all operations within the appraisal district office. This includes planning, organizing, hiring staff, providing departments with resources and necessary equipment to conduct business, and providing an accessible means by which the public can interact with district staff.

In addition to overseeing the appraisal district operations as required by law, the Chief Appraiser also serves as the Tax Assessor/Collector for all contracted taxing units. This includes managing the collection, assessment and disbursement duties and functions.

DUTIES & FUNCTIONS

Acts as the District’s Financial Officer, Public Information Officer, Public Funds Investment Officer Records Retention Officer and Public Relations Officer.

Prepares the Appraisal District Budget, presents the budget to the Board of Directors for adoption, and notifies the taxing entities of their values and allocations.

Prepares financial reports and reports directly to the Board of Directors.

Employs and compensates professional, clerical and other personnel as provided by the budget.

Establishes Personnel Policies in keeping with industry norms and Texas Workforce Standards.

Responsible for all expenditures from the budget and approves all purchases for the District.

Responsible for administration of all personnel policies, health insurance, life insurance and retirement.

Executes all contracts for mineral and utility appraising, bank depository, etc, with Board approval.

Appraises all taxable property at market value, except as otherwise provided by law.

Responsible for the development and maintenance of valuations for all properties, compiling information into a records management system and for preparing appraisal roll.

Administers all tax exemptions, renditions and notifies property owners of increases in property values.

Responsible for submission of the appraisal records to the Appraisal Review Board and to certify the approved appraisal roll to the taxing entities.

Testifies before the Appraisal Review Board on proposed values, exemptions and other disputed actions.

Coordinates appeals to decisions on protest hearings by the Appraisal Review Board with legal counsel.

Establishes a professional working relationship with all property owners, entities, tax agents, real estate agents and fellow employees.

Conducts public education and training or informational sessions on the Property Tax System.

Conducts certified regional professional continuing education for local property tax professionals.

Prepares all records and agendas for the Board of Directors and carries out general policies of the board.

Oversees the preparation of all records and agendas for the Appraisal Review Board.

Oversees all appraisal, exemptions, collections, administration, deed and GIS mapping operations.

Responsible for the administration of special valuations on qualified properties.

Works directly with the Property Tax Assistance Division of the Texas State Comptroller’s Office.

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SUPERVISION

Reports directly to the Fannin Central Appraisal District Board of Directors.

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Resumes should be submitted to:

Attn: Human Resources

831 W. State Hwy 56

Bonham, TX 75418

kchristy@fannincad.org

Posted February 22, 2022

Fannin Central Appraisal District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.