The Office of the Valuer-General is primarily responsible for regulating the rating valuations system including certification of Councils general revaluations and auditing of district valuation rolls. Additionally, the office discharges obligations under the Valuers Act 1948 including investigating complaints and administration of the Valuers Registration Board.
Expertise is required in property valuation, preferably but not necessarily in mass appraisal valuation techniques. You will also be actively involved in providing technical valuation and property advice, assisting in regulatory intervention techniques and stewardship, supporting functions of the Valuers Registration Board and assisting Deputy and Valuer Generals to discharge statutory responsibilities.
The role is characterised by the following key attributes; Audit process, data analysis, statistical testing, digital mapping, MS Access queries, Excel spreadsheeting, legislative and standards application, internal and external stakeholder engagement, providing clear written summaries of valuation issues, policy development and application of legal process.