Vacancies

RENFREWSHIRE VALUATION JOINT BOARD

 

Valuer/Senior Valuer

GR9 - GR10 (£36,189 - £44,091)                                                              Post Ref: RVJB/2022/002

 

Who we are:

 

Renfrewshire Valuation Joint Board is an independent public authority that was established by The Valuation Joint Boards (Scotland) Order 1995.

What we do:

 

Provide a professional valuation and electoral registration service for the Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire & Inverclyde Council areas in respect of compilation and maintenance of the Valuation Rolls, Valuation (Council Tax) Lists and Registers of Electors.

Our Aim:

 

To provide high quality, effective and responsive services to all our stakeholders.

Who are we looking for:

 

You will be responsible for the survey and valuation of all lands and heritages in a designated geographical area, for the purposes of the Lands Valuation Acts and the Local Government Finance Act 1992. You will also be responsible for the discussion and negotiation of appeals with taxpayers and professional agents, preparing cases for presentation to the Local Valuation Appeal Committee and, when required appearing as an expert witness at Hearings before the Committee or Lands Tribunal.

 

Applicants should be a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Valuation Faculty) and preferably have knowledge and/or experience in valuation for Rating and Council Tax, with the ability to survey and value all lands and heritages.  Applicants must be computer literate and should have excellent communication and team working skills.  You will have a positive, professional, and responsible attitude.  Coupled with the ability to multi-task, while ensuring strict deadlines are achieved.  You will have the ability to work as part of a team or individually.

 

A full driving licence and use of a car for business purposes is essential for this role. 

 

As an employee of Renfrewshire Valuation Joint Board, you would also receive a wide range of benefits including enrolment in an award winning local government pension scheme, up to 30 days annual leave, public holiday entitlement - 6 days fixed/6 days flexible, occupational sick pay and family friendly policies e.g., flexible working and leave.

 

An application pack and further information can be obtained from the Renfrewshire Valuation Joint Board Web site: http://www.renfrewshire-vjb.gov.uk/vacancies or by       e-mail to assessor@renfrewshire-vjb.gov.uk

Alternatively write to Renfrewshire Valuation Joint Board, The Robertson Centre, 16 Glasgow Road, Paisley PA1 3QF or call 0141 618 5912 or 0141 618 5903.

   Click on links  for more information :

  Senior Valuer Job Outline                                 Valuer Job Outline

  Senior Valuer - Person Specification               Valuer - Person Specification

  Application Form                                                Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form 

 

Completed applications must be returned by Monday 23rd May 2022   

Interviews will take place week beginning Monday 6th June 2022

RENFREWSHIRE VALUATION JOINT BOARD

 

Clerical Assistant

 

GR3 - £19,947 - £21,096                                                                POST REF: RVJB/2022/003

Who we are

Renfrewshire Valuation Joint Board is an independent public authority that was established by the Valuation Joint Boards (Scotland) Order 1995.

What we do

Provide a professional valuation and electoral registration service for the Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire and Inverclyde Council areas in respect of compilation and maintenance of the Valuation Rolls, Valuation (Council Tax) Lists and Register of Electors.

 

Our Aim

To provide high quality, effective and responsive services to all of our stakeholders.

 

Who are we looking for

You will undertake a comprehensive range of clerical work of a responsible nature associated with the compilation and maintenance of the Valuation Roll, Council Tax Valuation List and Electoral Register and work within well established parameters. 

Key tasks will include the processing of; registration changes from rolling registration and annual canvass forms; applications received from Absent Voters, Overseas Electors, Service Electors, and Declaration of Local Connection Electors; information received from Register of Scotland and Unitary Authorities and valuation roll and council tax valuation list changes in line with the Board’s statutory duties. You will also operate a range of in-house computer systems and deal with enquiries both by telephone and at reception from members of the public and elected members.

 

It is essential that you have experience of working with numerical data and using a range of software packages for word processing, spreadsheets and databases. It is also essential that you have organisational, communication and customer service skills, are self-motivated, flexible and work well as part of a team.

 

It is desirable that you have an SVQ Level 2 or equivalent in an Administration related subject and experience of working within an office environment and of using Microsoft Office.

 

A full driving licence and use of a car for business purposes is also desirable for this role. 

 

As an employee of Renfrewshire Valuation Joint Board, you would also receive a wide range of benefits including enrolment in an award winning local government pension scheme, up to 30 days annual leave, public holiday entitlement - 6 days fixed/6 days flexible, occupational sick pay and family friendly policies e.g., flexible working and leave.

 

An application pack and further information can be obtained from the Renfrewshire Valuation Joint Board Web site: http://www.renfrewshire-vjb.gov.uk/vacancies or by         e-mail to assessor@renfrewshire-vjb.gov.uk

 

Alternatively write to Renfrewshire Valuation Joint Board, The Robertson Centre,               16 Glasgow Road, Paisley PA1 3QF or call 0141 618 5903 or 0141 618 5912.

Click the links below for more information :

   Clerical Assistant - Job Outline                  Clerical Assistant - Person Specification

   Application Form                                          Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

 

Completed applications must be returned by:  Friday 20th May 2022    

Interviews will take place – Monday 30th May 2022