Job Postings


Deputy Assessor Salary Range
-$72,844 to $84,329

Full-time union position, 35 hrs/week w/benefits
This is very responsible technical work at the advanced level involving all phases of tax
assessment administration with emphasis on completing appraisals and explaining them to the
taxpayers. Work involves responsibility for assisting the Director of Assessment in administrative
matters and performing real property assessment work. Duties include measuring and listing new real
property and improvements and calculating an assessment of the property. This position also has the
responsibility for making difficult property assessment technical decisions. This work requires
that the employee have considerable knowledge, skill and ability in property assessment. Work
involves the exercise of independent judgment and initiative within the context of State Law, Town
Charter and prevailing policies and procedures.

The education, experience and training required would generally be acquired with a Bachelor’s
degree in business administration, real estate, accounting or some closely related field and a
minimum of three (3) years of increasingly responsible experience in real and personal property
appraisal, municipal assessment and field inspection work, or an equivalent combination of
education, training and experience. Connecticut Certified Municipal Assessment Certification (CCMA
I or II) preferred.

A criminal record check and valid Motor Vehicle Operator’s License are required. The Town of
Stonington conducts a urinalysis drug test as part of the hiring process. The urinalysis drug test
will be
performed using a reliable methodology. The results of any such test shall be confidential and
shall not be disclosed by the employer or its employees to any person other than any such employee
to whom such disclosure is necessary; the results shall be maintained along with other employee
medical records.

Please go to the Town of Stonington web site to review the complete job description:
Resumes with letters of interest MUST be submitted in one the of 3 ways listed below:

EMAILED to – with a PDF attachment and the subject line should read “Deputy

MAILED to Administrative Services Department, Stonington Town Hall, 152 Elm Street, Stonington, CT

HAND DELIVERED to Administrative Services Department, Stonington Town Hall, 152 Elm Street,
Stonington, CT
All resumes must be submitted no later than 3:30 pm on FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 2022


Personnel office



The City Tax Assessor is a non-union, non-classified position who serves as a key member of the City’s leadership team and who requires considerable specialized technical knowledge, strong analytical ability, excellent organizational skills, and the capacity to effectively deal with taxpayers.  This position is responsible for the valuation and tax assessing of all taxable real estate and personal property within the City which involves:  1) the fixing of an assessed valuation on all taxable real estate and personal property as prescribed by State Law and Local Ordinance; 2) the preparation of an assessment roll and a tax roll; and 3) the planning, engagement and conducting of a periodic assessment revaluation as directed for tax assessors under state law.  This is a technical, highly specialized position that requires a thorough knowledge of the principles of property valuation and assessment that is usually obtained through relevant work experience in assessing large and small residential and commercial properties.  The City will consider candidates with varying degrees of experience and education provided that a successful track record of achievement in appraisal and assessment is demonstrated.

Application deadline:         Friday, December 3, 2021

Classification:                    Non-Union/Non Classified

To Apply:  The City of Woonsocket offers a competitive benefit and compensation package.  For more information on this position including a full position description and application visit the “Employment” section on the City of Woonsocket website via the following URL:

Please forward your completed application and resume to Nikki Aphonphanh, Personnel Division, City of Woonsocket, 169 Main Street, Woonsocket, RI 02895.  You may send your information electronically to

About Woonsocket:  A City that upholds forward thinking principles for both employees and residents.  Located in Rhode Island’s Blackstone Valley, the City of Woonsocket is a vibrant, urban community and is surrounded by the growing suburban communities of Lincoln, Cumberland and North Smithfield, and boasts a positive business climate where City officials and the business community work together to build a strong economy.  Woonsocket is centrally located in the Boston/Worcester/Providence triangle, and home to CVS Corporation, a Fortune 500 company.

City of Nashua


POSITION:                   Assessor I                   


DEPARTMENT:            Assessing       


HOURS WORKED:       8:00am – 5:00pm, Mon to Fri                                   


AFFILIATION:              UAW Professional


SALARY & GRADE:      Grade 11; Salary starting at $52,078




Responsible for assessment and appraisal of real property in accordance with pertinent legislation, code and ordinance; draw detailed sketch and calculate square footage of property improvements; perform interior inspections; calculate property values utilizing ADMINS and city computer software; conduct research and property analysis of all property; process request for abatements; research and evaluate taxpayer concerns.




Associate’s degree plus a minimum of 1 year relevant work experience; must possess good written and oral communication skills and a valid driver’s license; must participate in continued education course relevant to work assignment; ability to acquire/complete the following within one year of date of employment: USPAP, IAAO Courses 1 & 2 or Appraisal Institute’s Course 101. Combination of education and experience will be considered.




Submit cover letter, application, resume, and three professional references at:


EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER – Recruiting practices shall be consistent with State and Federal Law (9/23/2021)

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