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  • Deputy County Assessor

    Minimum Qualifications of Education and Experience * Salary level: $96,616- $145,641.60 * This is a hybrid/remote work position. Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in real estate assessment, public administration, legal studies, business administration or related field and four (4) years of progressively responsible experience in a similar position as listed in the work functions. OR Master's degree from an accredited college or university in real estate assessment, public administration, legal studies, business administration or related field and three (3) years of progressively responsible experience in a similar position as listed in the work functions. OR A combination of education and experience equivalent to eight (8) years of experience in a similar position as listed in the work functions. Regular and reliable attendance is a necessary component of job/position. Individuals required to use County vehicles and equipment must have a valid driver's license and be free of any major traffic violations for the last three (3) years. Required Special Qualifications: * Licensed as an Accredited Minnesota Assessor (AMA) through the Minnesota Board of Assessors or Certification as a General Real Property Appraiser from the Minnesota Department of Commerce; or equivalent licensing agency. * Must obtain a Senior Accredited Minnesota Assessor (SAMA) license from the Minnesota Board of Assessors within one (1) year of employment. Desirable Qualifications: * Designation as an IAAO Assessment Administration Specialist (AAS), Certified Assessment Evaluator (CAE), Mass Appraisal Specialist (MAS), Cadastral Mapping Specialist (CMS), Personal Property Specialist (PPS), and/or Residential Evaluation Specialist (RES); or appraisal designation (MAI, SRPA, SRA, RM) from the Appraisal Institute. * One (1) year of supervisor and/or project lead experience is preferred. Nature of Work Under general direction, manages Commercial Appraisers including creating, monitoring and reviewing work assignments, training and performance reviews; performs work of considerable difficulty in appraising income-producing properties, including complex commercial, industrial, multifamily developments and special use properties for tax assessment purposes; performs complex appeals analysis and narrative appraisals; negotiates resolutions of appeals with property owners, representatives and attorneys; responds to questions or concerns; represents Olmsted County at Local and County Boards of Appeal and Equalization and in Tax Court; provides excellent customer service; mentors, coaches and advises others related to valuation, appeals and court; acts in the absences of the Associate Director of Property Records and Licensing/County Assessor and may represent the County Assessor before the County Board and in other meetings and hearings; performs related duties as assigned. Promote a diverse, culturally competent, and respectful workplace Examples of Work * Directs Commercial Appraisers including reviewing work for quality, productivity uniformity and completion of assignments. Recommends and authorizes hiring, transfer, suspension, promotion, discharge, assignments, rewards or discipline of employees, direction of the work and adjustment of other employees' grievances on behalf of the employer. * Coordinates and conducts the appraisal of commercial, industrial, apartment, complex special purpose, public utility, or other property using mass appraisal statistical modeling techniques, direct capitalization and/or discounted cash flow analysis. * Manages the litigation of tax court petitions. Handles all aspects of commercial, industrial, apartment, and special purpose property tax petitions including reviewing compliance with income data disclosure, negotiating fair settlements with tax attorneys, preparing narrative appraisals, and defending values through testimony in Minnesota State Tax Court. * Conducts market research by gathering data including actual income and expense rates, occupancy levels, rental rates, and capitalization rates to determine potential market performance of income producing properties. * Leads the development and implementation of Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal (CAMA) software models, including the calibration of cost tables and the development and calibration of income, market, and land models. * Analyzes and interprets changes in laws, rules or regulations and takes necessary action to ensure compliance; responds quickly to new tax legislation, interprets, and develops plans for the implementation of legislative or Department of Revenue directives. * Manages appeal processes, responds to complex or difficult questions and concerns from taxpayers, attorneys and tax representatives regarding the assessment process, property valuation, classification, and tax calculations, and presents on behalf of the County before local and County boards of appeal and equalization; prepares cases and testifies in Tax Court. * Collaborates and attends meetings with the MN Department of Revenue regarding tax/valuation laws. Represents the County at meetings with other local units of government, State agencies, Metro, Regional and Statewide associations, and cooperatives, as well as other committees and meetings that pertain to property tax and valuation legislation, issues, and trainings. * Performs other tasks as assigned. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required * Thorough knowledge of all principles, methodologies and techniques of property appraisal * Thorough knowledge of state and federal laws, regulations and procedures related to commercial property appraisal * Thorough knowledge of the statistical methodologies involved in the mass appraisal of commercial, industrial, apartment and special use properties, as well as, the State mandated guidelines monitoring the overall level of assessment * Knowledge of administrative law procedures * Skill in the use of computer spreadsheet software, regression analysis, and computer aided appraisal programs along with other specialized technology skills * Skill in providing excellent customer service, delivering quality public services and service experiences to customers; helps to develop and maintain effective and efficient customer service practices and a respectful workplace * Skill in organization and time management * Ability to effectively coach and mentor, plan, assign, review, train, organize and direct staff to create and maintain high quality service * Ability to recognize trends and analyze appropriate factors which influence the value of property and to exercise sound judgment in determining property values * Ability to implement appraisal techniques with mass appraisal modeling to establish annual market valuations of all commercial, industrial, apartment and special use properties * Ability to perform complex, difficult and controversial property appraisal and assessment duties in an independent, effective manner * Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with State, County, Local Government Officials and the general public * Ability to effectively communication verbally and in writing, including the ability to speak, present to, and interact with officials, staff and the public with composure, professionalism and discretion * Ability to write concise reports and correspondence, maintain records and communicate effectively with internal and external customers Persons with disabilities: the above is a general listing of job duties. Essential and non-essential functions may vary by individual position. Reasonable accommodations may be available for both essential and non-essential job duties. Physical Demands and Work Environment:In compliance with Americans with Disabilities Act, the following represents the Physical and Environmental Demands: Function: 24% or Less 25% - 49% 50%-74% 75% or more Office environment X Outdoors environment X In vehicle/operating equipment X Sitting X Standing, walking, reaching, pulling, climbing, crouching, kneeling, stooping X Pushing up to 20 pounds X Lifting up to 20 pounds X Typing/data entry X Talking, hearing X Operate vehicle X Close, distance and color vision, depth perception, accommodation, field of vision X Sedentary (exert up to 10 pounds of force) X Light effort (exert up to 20 pounds off force) X An Equal Opportunity Employer
    $42k-57k yearly est.60d+ ago
  • Deputy County Administrator

    Provides assistance to the County Administrator as needed. Assists the County Administrator in coordinating daily budget, personnel, and administrative policy decision matters in conjunction with assigned departments to ensure compliance and maintain operational standards. Develops recommendations for new programs, revisions, policy modifications and ordinances for presentation to the County Administrator. Performs complex professional and difficult administrative work assisting the County Administrator in directing operations of the County government; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision of the County Administrator. Managing, guiding and directing certain departments; assisting the County Administrator with special projects and daily administration; performing research and preparing reports for the County Administrator.
    $102k-136k yearly est.10d ago

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Average Salary For a County Supervisor

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a County Supervisor is $62,606 per year or $30 per hour. The highest paying County Supervisor jobs have a salary over $105,000 per year while the lowest paying County Supervisor jobs pay $37,000 per year

Updated May 25, 2023
Average County Supervisor Salary
$69,427 yearly
$30 hourly

5 Common Career Paths For a County Supervisor


Supervisors are responsible for overseeing the daily functions of employees in a specific team, department, or even a work shift. They create work schedules, organize work processes and workflows, train new hires, provide necessary reports related to the team function and the employees, monitor and evaluate employee performance, and ensure that goals of the specific team or department are met. When needed, supervisors also provide guidance to employees in terms of their career or even personal challenges. They also help in fostering harmonious work relationships by resolving interpersonal conflicts at work. To be successful in their role, they must have leadership skills, time management skills, decision-making capabilities, analytical skills, and problem-solving skills.


Directors work in show business, whether in a film, a television show, or a theatre production. They are responsible for bringing the material to life. They work with the writers to get a clear vision of how the production should look. They lead the production team in planning for the production, identifying filming or rehearsing schedules, casting for roles, and other aspects that need to be decided upon. Directors provide direction to the actors to ensure that the actors understand their role and will be able to effectively convey emotions to the audience. They also manage all other crew members and communicate their expectations clearly so that everyone on the set is working towards one vision.


Owners, in the most basic sense, own the business, company, or organization. They are responsible for building the business. They create business plans and the general vision and mission of the company, set goals, work on these goals, and ensure that the business keeps running. They manage all aspects of their business, from finances to marketing to people, etc. When the business becomes stable, owners eventually hire more employees. As such, owners also become overseers who would ensure that the organization remains afloat.

Vice President

Vice presidents are usually considered the second-in-command in the organization, depending on the organization structure. They take over when the president is unavailable to fulfill duties. They may also represent the organization in external events and other official functions. They are important members of the boardroom, and their opinions are usually sought after as well. Vice presidents are usually poised to follow the president's footsteps in the organization, especially if the president is nearing retirement. They also make urgent and crucial decisions when the president is not available to do so. Vice presidents must have strong business acumen, decision-making skills, and professionalism.

Operations Manager

Operations managers are in charge of running the main business of the organization. They ensure that the business is running smoothly from an operations standpoint. They make sure that the processes in place produce the necessary output by implementing quality control measures. They also manage finances and ensure that there is enough budget to keep the operations of the business running. They also ensure that the production of goods or services is cost-efficient. Operations managers also handle people-related concerns. They are responsible for interviewing candidates, choosing the ones to hire, and ensuring that individuals assigned to operations are properly trained.

Illustrated Career Paths For a County Supervisor