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Certified General Appraiser
  •  Until Filled (MST)
  •  Logan, UT, USA
  •  31.58-36.00 per hour Pay will depend on experience.
  •  Hourly
  •  Full Time
  •  All benefits start on first day! Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, 401k, Utah Retirement System, 14 paid holidays and 18 days of Personal Leave in 1st year.
Cache Valley is a beautiful place to live and work. It’s a treasure trove of outdoor adventures, hands-on heritage experiences, and performing and fine arts. Our beautiful agricultural valley is nestled between two majestic mountain ranges and just barely off the beaten path. The city of Logan boasts Utah State University and access to outdoor adventure is unparalleled. You can work downtown and explore the Wasatch Cache National Forest in less than a 10-minute drive. That means endless hiking, rock climbing, birdwatching, mountain biking, skiing, and snowmobiling. Our sizzling performing arts scene has gained us the reputation of Utah’s Heart of the Arts, with three historic theaters in one block, world-renowned opera, Broadway, and touring productions. We’ve got great restaurants too. Visit for more info.

Cache County is looking for a Certified General Appraiser to join our Assessor’s Office. The General Appraiser is a full-time, benefited position. All benefits start on the first day! Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, 401k, Utah Retirement System, 14 paid holidays and 18 days of Personal Leave in 1st year.

The Certified General Appraiser inspects, classifies, values, and appraises the real property, including vacant land, residential, commercial, and agricultural properties; completes computer data input and documentation processing as needed to create the county assessment roll; and may attend equalization hearings or offer testimony in court as needed. Determines valuations of varied types of real property valuations; derives replacement costs of structures by entry and computation and by itemization and valuation of component parts; ascertains significant variation from standards; develops computerized cost standards, utilizes computer models programmed with building characteristics to develop cost approach to value; inspects and appraises a wide variety of property, i.e., commercial and income properties, residential, raw land, farms, barns, outbuildings, etc.; makes appraisal decisions for complex property. Participates in ongoing reappraisal and appraisal efforts of all county properties; surveys county building activity for new construction or improvements assessing quality, condition, and functional design.

Please see the attached job description for a more detailed list of essential functions.

A bachelor’s degree and three (3) years of full-time progressively responsible experience performing primary duties of appraising commercial and income-producing properties along with other related duties as outlined. An equivalent combination of education and experience.

*The first review of applications will be June 28, 2024 *
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