Senior Valuer, Landholder Acquisitions - One Ongoing role in the Landholder Acquisitions Branch, Compliance Division - Salary $106,534 plus 11% superannuation – VPS Grade 5.1 - Based in Melbourne CBD, with flexible working opportunities.
What we offer
The State Revenue Office is the Victorian Government’s revenue management agency, administering a range of taxes, duties, levies, grants and subsidies.
We aim to develop our people to achieve great outcomes for the Victorian community. We offer flexible working arrangements and a workplace culture that is rewarding and productive, where contributions are valued and recognised, expectations are clear, and treatment is fair and equitable. We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to providing an inclusive, accessible and safe working environment.
Find out more about working at the SRO at sro.vic.gov.au/careers, or via our LinkedIn page.
The Senior Valuer is responsible for providing accurate and timely valuation advice to SRO staff and, where necessary, assists with the referral and outsourcing of valuations to the Valuer-General, Victoria.
Reporting to the Principal Valuer, you will be responsible for:
-Reviewing taxpayer provided valuations and advising on their acceptability and reasonableness or the need for referral to the Valuer-General, Victoria.
-Assisting staff with negotiations to resolve complex valuation disputes.
-Developing and delivering training on the valuation principles and issues relevant to transactions and land holdings taxable under the Duties Act 2000 and the Land Tax Act 2005.
-Identifying industry valuation practices that seek to minimise tax and assist in the development of compliance programs to counter and address such practices and concerns.
-Participating in inter-branch consultation on valuation issues, tax policy and draft legislation.
Who we are looking for
To be successful in this role, you will have:
– A relevant tertiary qualification in Property with current Certified Practicing Valuer (CPV) accreditation.
– Membership with the Australian Property Institute (API).
– Demonstrated experience in undertaking and preparing complex valuations on commercial, industrial and residential properties for commercial and/or taxation purposes.
– Demonstrated understanding of the valuation principles relevant to transactions and land holdings taxable under the Duties Act 2000 and/or the Land Tax Act 2005.
– Demonstrated high level written communication skills to prepare professional technical reports and written advice in a clear and concise manner.
How to apply
Submit an application via our job ad on our careers page of our website https://www.sro.vic.gov.au/current-vacancies by 11.59pm on Friday 12 January 2024. You will need to upload a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria in the position description and a resume.
You can find out more about this role via the position description (go to the job ad on the careers page of our website). You can also contact Theo Doukas, Principal Valuer, on 03 9628 0446 or George Duvcevski, Branch Manager Landholder Acquisitions on 03 9628 6626
If you need a copy of this advertisement in an accessible format, email [email protected].
Please note, as part of our selection process, we conduct pre-appointment checks including those related to references, identity, qualifications, work history, work visa, and police record history.
This role may be subject to a probation period.