Summit County Assessor
Steve Martin, the elected
Summit County Assessor has stated that he will be resigning his office on April
30, 2019. Per Utah Election Code, the Summit County Democrats must
choose a nominee to complete the County Assessor's term of office through 2020.
Two key requirements for
our Summit County Assessor include residency in Summit County and
certification/license as an appraiser. Interested persons must
declare their candidacy by May 4, 2019 and the nominee will be chosen at our
County Convention on May 11, 2019.
The Summit County Democratic Party is seeking candidates to
serve as the Summit County Assessor through Jan 1, 2021. The Summit County Assessor manages the Assessor’s office,
which is responsible for all activities described in Utah Code Title 17,
Chapter 17. In general:
· -The Assessor's Office is responsible for the
appraisal of real property homes, condos, recreational parcels, vacant land,
commercial, and industrial properties.
· -The office also assesses and collects taxes on
business personal property (owned and leased), mobile homes and mobile offices.
· -Information managed by the Assessor’s office
Market values and taxable values
Appraisal information, including year built,
square footage, and acreage
Farmland Assessment Act (Greenbelt) information,
including qualification requirements, applications, rollback implications, and
Qualifications: Candidates must be (a) citizens of the United
States, (b) registered voters in Summit County, c) Residents of Summit County
for at least one year prior to election, per Utah Code 17-16-1.
All candidates must be Utah state-licensed or
All interested candidates should submit their contact
details and a current resume to the Summit County Democratic Party at email@example.com
prior to May 4, 2019.
Job # 045254
Bancorporation is one of the nation’s premier financial services companies,
consisting of a collection of great banks with combined total assets exceeding
$65 billion. Zions’ subsidiary ZB, N.A. operates banking divisions under local
management teams and community identities in 11 states.
currently seeking a full-time Commercial Appraisal Reviewer to join our
Utah-based Intermountain Appraisal Review Department team. This position can be located in our corporate
office in Utah, Colorado or Idaho.
to perform reviews of commercial RE appraisal reports to ensure compliance with
bank policies, federal regulations and USPAP standards, and to obtain credible
valuations of real estate collateral used for underwriting, monitoring and/or credit
for consulting on bank appraisal policy/standards and department procedures,
assisting with department operations, resolving valuation disputes and
addressing complaints from clients/vendors.
to assist in ordering appraisals through RIMS.
reports for management, etc. as required.
duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in business, finance or related field and 4+ years’
experience in commercial real estate appraisal, review, evaluation and/or
directly related field.
*Certified General license required, MAI
combination of education and experience may meet requirements.
knowledge of commercial RE appraisal principles, practices and applications,
extensive knowledge of USPAP and Bank appraisal standards, advanced knowledge
of financial math/applications.
analytical, problem-solving and communication skills, both verbal and written.
attention to detail and accuracy.
build and maintain effective working relationships with staff, bank management
work independently and multi-task.
in related appraisal software, Microsoft Word, Excel, etc.
Dental / Vision plan
advancement opportunities from within / paid training opportunities
*401 k plan
with generous matching contribution
Pay commensurate with experience
Employer, a division of Zions Bancorporation and is included in the S&P 500
& NASDAQ Financial 100 indices.
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