The Senior Appraiser II is the highest journey person level and competently undertakes appraisal assignments of all property use-types, including facilities, common to the market area served. This position also becomes a valued consultant on a majority of appraisal issues. Continuing education becomes more specific in nature as the person may be considered an expert on a specific property type or operation (i.e. conservation easements, leased fee, leasehold, unique and complex facilities, etc.) and expert witness testimony.
A person in this position may have an expanded role in directing and managing a particular area or process. This may include being accountable for mentoring, training and supervising junior staff. However management responsibilities are not a required criteria to hold a Senior Appraiser II title.
The Senior Appraiser II may have extensive experience/knowledge on large, complex or unique property types or operations such as wineries, feed yards, dairies, custom feeding operations, permanent plantings, etc. This knowledge is integral to AAC conducting business within a particular market segment or commodity type.
This person may have a portfolio of chattel accounts, and will be required to inspect, reconcile and value chattels on large complex or unique operations. The Senior Appraiser II will provide an audit function to the chattel process and observe and report on management capabilities.
The Senior Appraiser II reports to management as directed. Additionally, they will provide consulting service to Lending staff on collateral issues as necessary. Completes appraisal reviews of in-house staff as directed.
Candidates with lesser qualifications yet having the desire and ability to achieve the level of Senior Appraiser II are also encouraged to apply. Develops reports to management as directed. Provides consulting service to Lending staff on collateral issues as necessary. Completes appraisal reviews of in-house staff as directed.
Must have the ability to perform basic office tasks and work in a typical office setting. Employee will be sitting for extended periods of time and accomplishing work at a desk and work at a computer for an extended period of time. Must have strong written and verbal communication skills to adequately convey ideas and work well with a team. Ability to talk and hear, sit and use their hands and fingers, and reach in all directions is essential in performance of the job. Some lifting and moving of items up to 50 pounds required. In the course of conducting inspections, must
have the ability to walk ½ mile, navigate steep terrain and/or construction sites and safely cross fences. Work during established business hours and may require occasional weekend and/or evening work.
Other physical activities may include: Adjusting, balancing, climbing, connecting, crawling, crouching, digging, feeling, grasping, hearing, kneeling, lifting, operating, pulling pushing reaching reading repetitive motions, standing, stooping, talking, walking, writing, measuring, physical observation, and driving
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