JOB POSTING
TOWN OF WRENTHAM
DATA COLLECTOR
ASSESSOR’S OFFICE

The town of Wrentham is seeking a qualified candidate to provide data collection, customer service and administrative support in the office of the Town Assessor. This is a full-time, 35 hour per week, benefits eligible position.

Duties include but are not limited to: Position requires field and office work. Inspects properties and updates Assessors database. Assists the Town Assessor in the preparation of RECAP data, tax commitments, specialized studies as well as the enforcement of state assessment laws. Assumes the responsibilities of the Town Assessor in her absence. Oversees Cyclical Inspection program, assisting the Town Appraiser in completing abatement and building permit inspections, processing Form of List returns, providing input into the development of property assessments. Assists the Town Assessor with day-to-day activities. Answers phones and assists the general public and other departments with general information questions directed to the Assessor’s office; assumes the role of the Assessor in Assessor’s absence.

Qualifications and Experience: associate’s degree preferred, and at least one to two years of office experience. Knowledge of assessment practices and procedures, general understanding and knowledge of Mass. General Laws pertaining to assessing would be desirable. Excellent written and verbal communications skills and proficient with technology. Ability to perform property inspections. Must possess valid driver’s license.

Qualified candidates for the Data Collector position will be expected to complete DOR’s Assessing Course 101 within the first year of employment.

Salary: Full-time, 35 hour per week, benefited position; $18 to $23 per hour.

To apply: Email resume and cover letter to HR@wrentham.ma.us or via mail to Town of Wrentham Human Resources, 79 South St., Wrentham, MA 02093 by March 17.

POSTED: FEBRUARY 26, 2019

Equal Opportunity Employer
The town of Wrentham accommodates the needs of all physically challenged or disabled people by all reasonable means in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.