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  • $54,880

    Average Salary

What Does An Assessor Do At Aecom

* Provides support to ships in maintenance availabilities in Manama Bahrain
* Provide technical and programmatic support to accomplish various assessments on HM&E piping systems for the following systems: Auxiliaries, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration, Halon, Counter-measure Wash-down, Air Systems, Hydraulics, and Steam and Main Propulsion.
* Conduct cold checks of equipment condition and parameters for out of specification settings.
* Provide on the job training to Ships Force during any shipboard evolutions.
* Observe operation of the equipment by ship's force to witness the full range of performance, where possible
* Observe NDT processes and evaluate results

What Does An Assessor Do At Carmax

* Conduct accurate vehicle condition assessments by collecting, recording, and communicating all required information about customer appraisals for a Buyer, Senior Buyer, or Purchasing Manager’s analysis.
* Accurate optioning of vehicles customer appraisals and CarMax inventory.
* Perform quality and timely imaging of inventory for CarMax.com.
* Complete vehicle secures, including reading and verifying appraisal sheet information for any discrepancies.
* Complete vehicle walkarounds including communicating information accurately and in a timely manner.
* Assist Purchasing Department with maintaining inventory and executing customer transfers.
* Partner with Inventory and Sales Departments to conduct lot merchandising, as needed.
* Assist the Purchasing Department with various other projects and office duties, as needed.
* Complete assigned tasks independently and follow up after completion.
* Job Specifications

What Does An Assessor Do At Tetra Tech

* Perform facility assessments of buildings, structures and other real property assets across the building structural/civil/architectural, mechanical/electrical/plumbing and fire protection systems.
* Work is typically performed in teams of 2
* assessors with assignments split based on personnel experience and trained disciplines.
* Conduct inventory and condition assessments of building systems consistent with the UNIFORMAT convention per ASTM E1557.
* Identify building components and document deficiencies to update the facility condition index (FCI).
* Generate system summary reports for assigned systems.
* Field work on-site in both CONUS and OCONUS on trips lasting 1
* weeks.
* Strict adherence to the Tetra Tech safety policies.
* Use of BUILDER Sustainment Management System (SMS) and/or other systems such as ROOFER and PAVER, including inventories, condition assessments and data entry using BUILDER Remote Entry Database, BUILDER RED (BRED).
* Project activities can also include obtaining and correlating existing building drawings, team calibration on BUILDER/BRED, preparing data collection devices, assessment of facility exterior, interior, and roof, as well as mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems (MEP) and providing scope and rough order of magnitude costs for needed repairs and condition index for each assessed facility.
* May also perform energy audits to identify energy and water conservation measures.
* Interview building operators and maintenance personnel regarding building maintenance histories, work orders and internal equipment/maintenance tracking systems

What Does An Assessor Do At Exelon

* Respond to credit related informal complaints (PARs) on behalf of the company.
* This includes, but is not limited to, research of previous complaints, payment history, agreements, terminations, notice process, medical certificates and other credit related exceptions.
* Determine the companys position to the PUC.
* Responsible for updates or other questions the PUC may have regarding the case.
* Process PUC decisions on informal complaints and determine if the decision is acceptable, or if the company should appeal the PUC decision.
* Complete complaint scoring for determination that a customer was justified in contacting the commission based on the regulations and the rules established by Bureau of Consumer Services.
* Provide details to internal process owners including which section(s) of the regulations were violated or non-compliance with justified rules, date of occurrence and responsible employee.
* Manage and maintain a good working relationship with the Bureau of Consumer Services at the PUC and process owners in Customer Operations.
* Provide updates and respond to questions associated to internal processes and specific account activity.
* Minimum:
* Bachelors degree in Business, Engineering, or related discipline AND 0
* years relevant business experience, or in lieu of Bachelors degree, a minimum of 4
* years relevant business experience is required.
* Demonstrated basic proficiency in the LAN and mainframe systems, particularly the CIMS and PUC reporting database system.
* Customer driven with good oral and written communications skills and basic analytical, problem solving and project management skills.
* Basic knowledge of the regulations and company policies.
* Ability to analyze data and basic problems, interpret and recommend alternative courses of action.
* Preferred:
* Bachelors degree
* Excellent planning and organizational skills.
* Demonstrated proficiency in PC software package such as Microsoft Word and Excel.
* Direct working knowledge of PUC regulations.
* Single-point of contact with the Bureau of Consumer Services (BCS) of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) and other regulatory agencies in regard to credit-related issues.
* Makes decision on behalf of the company regarding credit-related information complaints and related PUC decisions.
* Process decisions and close out complaints including review for justified status and identification of infractions to the regulations and company policies.
* Exelon is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and employees or applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to: age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law.
* VEVRAA Federal Contractor
* EEO is the Law Poster

What Does An Assessor Do At Allegis Global Solutions

* Partner with Outside Counsel, GCO and hiring leaders
* Create requisitions relating to the perm process and post on internal and external sites – within 24 hours (or sooner); as directed by Outside Counsel/GCO
* Capture print screens as proof of postings
* Review applicants’ resumes who apply through the Applicant Tracking System (ATS); determine if interview is required (within 2 weeks of posting coming down) – provide shortlist to HL for review
* Schedule interviews
* Guide and advise hiring leaders throughout the recruitment process to ensure critical filing timelines are met.
* Provide finalized report to outside counsel/GCO
* Comply with Department of Labor mandates. (audits

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How To Become An Assessor

The requirements to become a fully qualified appraiser or assessor of real estate are complex and vary by state and, sometimes, by the value or type of property. Most appraisers of residential or commercial property must have at least a bachelor’s degree to obtain the entry-level state license category. Check with your state's licensing board for specific requirements for both assessors and appraisers.


Although requirements may vary by state, appraisers of residential or commercial property usually must have at least a bachelor’s degree.

College courses in subjects such as economics, finance, mathematics, computer science, English, and business or real estate law can be useful for prospective appraisers and assessors.

Most states set education and experience requirements that assessors must meet in order to practice. A few states have no statewide requirements; instead, each locality sets the standards. In some localities, candidates may qualify with a high school diploma.


Employers generally require candidates to take basic appraisal courses, complete long-term on-the-job training, and work enough hours to meet the requirements for licenses or certificates. 

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Federal law requires appraisers to have a state license or certification when working on federally related transactions, such as appraisals for loans made by federally insured banks and financial institutions. The Appraisal Foundation (TAF) offers information on appraisal licensing. There is no such federal requirement for assessors, although some states require certification. For state specific requirements, applicants should contact their state board.

Real property appraisers usually value one property at a time, while assessors value many at once, but both occupations use similar methods and techniques. As a result, assessors and appraisers tend to take the same courses for certification. In addition to passing a statewide examination, candidates must usually complete a set number of on-the-job hours.

The credential level determines what type of property a person may appraise. The four federal appraiser classifications are as follows:

    • Licensed Trainee Real Property Appraiser

    • Licensed Residential Real Property Appraiser

    • Certified Residential Real Property Appraiser

    • Certified General Real Property Appraiser

Many states offer a Licensed Trainee Real Property Appraiser credential to candidates working toward licensure or certification. Training programs vary by state, but they usually require candidates to take at least 75 hours of specified appraiser education before applying for a job as a trainee.

Many states offer the Licensed Residential Real Property Appraiser. With this license, a qualified person may appraise noncomplex one-to-four unit residences with a value of less than $1 million and complex one-to-four unit residences with a value of less than $250,000. A candidate must have the following qualifications to get this certificate:

    • 30 semester hours of college-level education

    • 150 hours of appraiser-qualifying education

    • 2,000 hours of on-the-job training completed over at least 1 year

Being a Certified Residential Real Property Appraiser is the minimum requirement to appraise a residential property with a loan amount over $250,000 or any other type of residential property even if the loan amount is less than $250,000. A candidate must have the following qualifications to get this certificate:

    • Bachelor’s degree

    • 200 hours of appraiser-specific qualifying education

    • 2,500 hours of work experience completed over at least 2 years

Being a Certified General Real Property Appraiser permits a person to appraise real property of any type and any value. A candidate must have the following qualifications to get this certificate:

    • Bachelor’s degree 

    • 300 hours of appraiser-specific qualifying education

    • 3,000 hours of work experience completed over at least 2½ years

For all of these credentials, except the Trainee License credential, candidates must have the following qualifications:

    • Have 15 hours of classroom instruction on the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice

    • Pass an exam

Unlike appraisers, assessors have no federal requirement for certification. In states that mandate certification for assessors, the requirements are usually similar to those for appraisers. For example, the International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO) offers the Certified Assessment Evaluator (CAE). This designation covers topics that include property valuation for tax purposes, property tax administration, and property tax policy. Applicants are required to have a bachelor's degree prior to obtaining the designation.

For those states that do not require certification for assessors, the hiring office usually requires the candidate to take basic appraisal courses, complete on-the-job training, and meet the work-hours requirements for appraisal licenses or certificates. Many assessors also have a state appraiser license or credential.

Assessors tend to start working in an assessor's office that provides on-the-job training; smaller municipalities are often unable to provide this work experience. An alternate source of experience for aspiring assessors is through a revaluation firm.

Both appraisers and assessors must take continuing education courses to keep the license or certification. Exact requirements vary by state and certification.

Important Qualities

Analytical skills. Appraisers and assessors of real estate use many sources of data when valuing a property. As a result, they must carefully research and analyze all factors before estimating a value and producing a final written report.

Customer-service skills. Because appraisers must regularly interact with clients, being polite and friendly is important. In addition, these characteristics may help expand future business opportunities.

Math skills. Accurately analyzing real estate data includes such steps as calculating square footage of land and building space, so workers must have good math skills.

Organizational skills. To successfully accomplish all the tasks related to appraising and assessing a property, appraisers and assessors of real estate need good organizational skills.

Problem-solving skills. Appraising or assessing a property's value may involve unexpected problems. The ability to develop and apply an alternative solution is crucial to successfully completing the appraisal and report on time.

Time-management skills. Appraisers and assessors of real estate often work under time constraints, sometimes appraising many properties in a single day. As a result, managing time and meeting deadlines are important.

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Clinical Director Adjunct Instructor Attorney
Assistant Vice President
7 Yearsyrs
Facilitator Social Worker
Career Manager
6 Yearsyrs
Youth Counselor Case Manager Clinical Social Worker
Clinical Care Manager
8 Yearsyrs
Therapist Program Director
Clinical Director
9 Yearsyrs
Senior Technician Specialist Registered Nurse Staff Nurse
Clinical Manager
8 Yearsyrs
Trainer Office Manager Human Resources Coordinator
Director Of Human Resources
10 Yearsyrs
Facilitator Program Coordinator Social Worker
Director Of Social Services
6 Yearsyrs
Recruiter Program Manager President Of Operations
Executive Vice President Of Operations
10 Yearsyrs
Quality Assurance Manager Program Director Clinical Director
Health Director
9 Yearsyrs
Quality Assurance Manager Production Manager Logistics Manager
Logistics Director
10 Yearsyrs
Adjunct Professor Nurse Practitioner Staff Nurse
Nursing Director
9 Yearsyrs
Therapist Clinical Supervisor Program Director
Operations Director
9 Yearsyrs
Adjunct Professor Faculty Chairperson
Operations Manager
7 Yearsyrs
Youth Counselor Social Worker Clinical Director
Outpatient Services Director
9 Yearsyrs
Project Manager Consultant Senior Consultant
Program Manager
8 Yearsyrs
Senior Technician Specialist Senior Software Engineer Engineering Manager
Quality Manager
11 Yearsyrs
Clinical Director Chief Executive Officer Property Manager
Regional Manager
8 Yearsyrs
Project Manager Program Manager
Senior Manager
10 Yearsyrs
Trainer Training Manager Operations Manager
Senior Operations Manager
9 Yearsyrs
Recruiter Operations Manager Plant Manager
Vice President Of Manufacturing
14 Yearsyrs
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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

  • French

  • Portuguese

  • German

  • Mandarin

  • Russian

  • Filipino

  • Tagalog

  • Chinese

  • Arabic

  • Vietnamese

  • Korean

  • Japanese

  • Swedish

  • Romanian

  • Hindi

  • Hebrew

  • Welsh

  • Armenian

  • Thai

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Real Assessor Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Lead Assessor Lloyd's Register Quality Assurance, Inc. Houston, TX Sep 13, 2016 $101,703
Technical Assessor Isarail Us LLC Philadelphia, PA Sep 27, 2014 $83,699
Assessor Lloyd's Register Quality Assurance, Inc. Houston, TX Oct 10, 2012 $69,389
Assessor Lloyd's Register Quality Assurance, Inc. Houston, TX Oct 13, 2012 $69,389
Assessor Lloyd's Register Quality Assurance, Inc. Houston, TX Nov 01, 2012 $69,389
Facility Condition Assessor Faithful+Gould, Inc. Alexandria, VA Dec 15, 2010 $60,000

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Top Assessor Skills

  1. Mental Health Services
  2. Child
  3. Safety
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  • Assess eligibility for educationally related mental health services for school referred children in special education.
  • Provide information to District Agencies on child Welfare adherence and academic achievement.
  • Enforce safety requirements of all contractors while on the job site.
  • Coordinate outages, generate clearances, write procedures and amend processes as required to correspond to our existing schedule.
  • Provided Counseling Services, Substance Abuse Treatment, Individual/Group Training, Career Development Planning, and Family counseling.

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