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Tax assessors analyze and evaluate properties in a neighborhood or municipality in order to estimate their accurate property tax rates. To do this they must have extensive knowledge about the valuations of other properties in the neighborhood, and the cost of construction in the area, amongst other factors.
In most cases, an associate's degree is enough to get hired as a tax assessor. However, some employers will only consider candidates who have a bachelor's degree and have adequate training in creating spreadsheets and databases. Most states require tax assessors to be licensed or certified to work in their state.
At your interview, the interviewer will ask you about your experience in this field and your interest in this particular career. They will also want to establish how familiar you are with that particular neighborhood and what factors you will use to determine the value of any property. Convincing your interviewers about your ability to learn quickly and perform the job efficiently is the key to getting hired as a tax assessor. Check out the questions listed on Mock Questions and prepare your answers in advance for a winning interview.