A full role description is available at: https://smartjobs.qld.gov.au/jobs/QLD-388084-21
You will be involved in assisting Registered Valuers to undertake a significant valuation commitment and deliver professional services which meet the State Valuation Service client needs and other performance targets.
Key Duties and Accountabilities
- Working under supervision, show initiative in undertaking an individual commitment in providing valuations for statutory, state land administration and client and asset purposes and assist with the resolution of statutory grievances related to valuation activities
- In accordance with statutory requirements and the instruction of clients, deliver consistent valuation services which align to SVS procedures and work instructions, and comply with departmental standards, policies and work instructions as they relate to the work unit
- Recognise and provide advice on emerging issues and trends and recommend new initiatives that lead to improvements in services and efficiency
- Participate in the development of business relationships to provide services and identify business opportunities within defined markets
- Participate in professional and personal development, both operational and professional and work collaboratively, operating as an effective team member
- Develop monthly work plans that clearly demonstrate an understanding of current workloads and report to management on performance against Client Service Standards
- Liaise with and provide valuation related advice as required, including written correspondence to departmental staff, other government departments, government owned agencies, local government and members of the public
- Use advanced information and communication technology systems to effectively undertake and manage work commitments
- You may be required to drive a motor vehicle
- Other duties as directed and required.
What we are looking for: Your knowledge, skills, and attributes (KSA)
We’ll assess your merit for this role by looking at what you’ve done previously – the knowledge, skills and attributes you can bring to the role, plus your previous experience, your potential for development, and your personal qualities. Experience in the following would be highly regarded:
- Demonstrated ability to acquire, interpret and apply, relevant legislation as well as the appropriate exercise of regulatory powers.
- Using advanced information and communication technology systems to effectively undertake and manage work commitments
Specific role requirements
The Resources Graduate program is open to graduates who meet the following eligibility requirements:
- Have completed a degree qualification or higher in the last 2 years in land valuation services (or agreed equivalent as determined by the Director-General).
- The successful applicant will be required to seek registration as a valuer in Queensland as soon as practicable, and thereafter maintain their registration through the Valuers Registration Board of Queensland.
- Australian Citizen, New Zealand Citizen, or permanent resident
- Successful completion of a criminal history and employment check (these will be completed as part of the recruitment process).
- Travel away from the centre may be required. This may involve travel outside of normal office hours and/or overnight accommodation for extended periods
- A Queensland driver’s licence or equivalent
State Valuation Service, Department of Resources Queensland Government
$65035 - $82525
Valuation - Government and Statutory