Member type: Any
Employment type: Permanent Full Time
Salary range: $85,000 - 99,000
Closing Date: 2019/05/24
Contact Name:: Ben Wynes
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Contact Address: 1 Dundas Street West
Contact Email: email@example.com
Our Real Estate division manages the province’s portfolio of government buildings and land, which is one of the largest and most diverse in the country. We oversee the day-to-day operation and long-term maintenance of these facilities through partnerships with private-sector service providers. We are responsible for ensuring provincially-owned real estate is being used in the best, most optimal way. Finding innovative ways to reduce and revitalize the government’s building and land holdings is central to our business and integral to the value we provide Ontarians.
The Leasing and Valuation services group is a one-stop shop of experts for all matters related to leasing, licenses, market value appraisal valuation, property assessment valuation and tax administration.
As Assessment and Valuation Services Manager you will play an important part in fulfilling the accelerated sales of surplus government property by providing advice on real estate appraisal valuation and real property assessment and property tax matters for the real property assets of the Government of Ontario owned or assessed to the Ministries under the management of Infrastructure Ontario. You will also work hand in hand with our Corporate Realty team and be engaged in our commercial projects when required.
This role will involve developing, recommending and implementing property valuation policies and procedures that ensure quality in the delivery of services in an open, fair and transparent manner, and producing market valuations, opinions of values, reviewing and negotiating assessment valuations directly to internal and external clients and stakeholders or through the procurement of External Service Providers.
The successful incumbent will remain up-to-date knowledge of local and regional trends and economic conditions that impacts the real estate industry, you will also ideally possess (or be working towards) an AACI designation with the Appraisal Institute of Canada and possess either an MIMA or AIMA designation with The Institute of Municipal Assessors.
You are expected to have minimum of five (5) years' demonstrable experience working in real estate appraisal, property assessment and municipal taxation, including property assessment appeal resolution within a commercial, industrial and residential environment. It is essential that you are able to demonstrate the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
To be successful in this role, you will have a solid understanding of appraisal guidelines, demonstrated ability to present complex concepts in a clear, cogent and intelligible manner, by way of both written reports and verbal presentations, strong interpersonal skills and comfort dealing with external and internal stakeholders, effective project management and organizational skills, control processes, and policy compliance, excellent analytical and research skills, the ability to research and synthesize regulatory, legal and other relevant information in order to simplify complex financial economic data/ policy initiatives and the ability to work effectively in a team-based environment of a growing organization.
Infrastructure Ontario is an inclusive employer, we encourage applications from all qualified candidates. We will accommodate your needs under the Ontario Human Rights Code. We thank all applicants in advance for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
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