The Grampian Assessor & Electoral Registration Officer currently has a number of vacancies within the organisation.  Currently, these are within our valuation section and relate to a Principal Valuer post and graduate and qualified valuer/surveyor posts.

The Principal Valuer post is open to experienced surveyors on either a part time or full time basis and on a permanent contract. This is a an exciting and rewarding role within a multi discipline local government organisation.

The graduate and qualified valuer/surveyor posts are open to suitably qualified applicants on a permanent contract, with consideration given to candidates seeking either full time, or part time hours.

Please see the various sections below for the full details relating to each post and the application form that can be used for any of these vacancies.  Should you wish further details or to discuss any matter related to these vacancies please contact the appropriate person detailed for each post.

  • Post of Principal Valuer

    PRINCIPAL VALUER

    Job Reference:       22-03

    Position Type:         Permanent, Full Time (36.25 hours per week) or Part Time

    Salary etc:              £49,047 – £52,893 p.a. plus Essential Car User Allowance, Pension & Flexible Working. Relocation package up to £5,400 + VAT.

                                                            

    The Grampian Assessor & Electoral Registration Officer offers professional employment opportunities, with employees benefiting from a rewarding workload of diverse and varied subject types in both the domestic and non-domestic sectors and with a valuable pension scheme, car allowance, support of ongoing professional development, flexible working hours and 34 days annual leave (including public holidays) rising to 38 days after 5 years’ service.

    The post provides a fantastic opportunity to live and work in an attractive and vibrant environment recently ranked the top area for quality of life in Scotland. A relocation package of up to £5,400 + VAT is available to assist anyone requiring to move to Grampian to take the position.

    The successful candidate will be responsible for the efficient management of a team comprising Valuers, Trainee Valuers and Technical staff who undertake the survey and valuation of non-domestic and/or domestic properties for the purpose of maintaining the Valuation Roll and Council Tax Valuation List respectively. A key aspect is the ability to defend valuations, negotiate with appellants or their representatives, prepare appeal cases and appear as an expert witness before Valuation Tribunals.

    Applicants should be Chartered Surveyors (F/MRICS) with extensive experience in the survey and valuation of commercial and/or residential property and have the ability to organise and motivate a multi-discipline team in all aspects of relevant activities. Applicants should be computer literate and have excellent communication and team working skills together with an enthusiastic, self-motivated and flexible approach to work.

    The successful applicant will be expected to travel efficiently and effectively between various work locations to meet the operational requirements of the Service.  Due to the rural nature of Grampian this is normally undertaken by use of a car. Annual leave may be restricted during certain times of the year such as election and revaluation periods. You may be required to work additional hours during busy periods, including evenings, weekends and bank holidays. Our staff are currently enabled for hybrid home/office working.

    Application packs can be downloaded below or email assessor@grampian-vjb.gov.uk

    Informal enquiries about the post to: Gavin Oag, Depute Assessor & ERO

    tel. (01224) 068380 or email goag@grampian-vjb.gov.uk

    Disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria for the post are guaranteed an interview.

     

    Note – Successful candidates will be required to undertake a Basic Disclosure Check.

  • Principal Valuer - Job Description

  • Principal Valuer - Person Specification

  • Posts of Valuer/Surveyor

    VALUERS / SURVEYORS

    Organisation:            Grampian Assessor & Electoral Registration Officer

    Job Reference:         22-01

    Position Type:          Permanent and either Full-Time, or Part-Time

    Salary etc:                 £32,742 – £34,759 or £39,038 – £41,074 p.a. depending on experience plus Essential Car User Allowance, Pension & Flexible Working. Relocation package up to £5,400 + VAT.

    Hours:                        36.25 hours per week (If full time, part time hours by agreement)

                                                                                      

    The Grampian Assessor & Electoral Registration Officer offers professional employment opportunities, with employees benefiting from a rewarding workload of diverse and varied subject types in both the domestic and non-domestic sectors and with a valuable pension scheme, car allowance, support of ongoing professional development, flexible working hours and 34 days annual leave (including public holidays) rising to 38 days after 5 years’ service.

    Applicants should be Chartered Surveyors (F/MRICS) with experience in the valuation of residential and/or commercial property and those with sufficient experience will be offered a salary within the higher range quoted above.

    These posts provide a great opportunity to live and work in an attractive and vibrant environment recently ranked the top area for quality of life in Scotland. A relocation package of up to £5,400 + VAT is available to assist anyone requiring to move to Grampian to take up these positions.

    Applicants should be computer literate and have excellent communication and team working skills together with an enthusiastic, self-motivated and flexible approach to work.

    The successful applicant will be expected to travel efficiently and effectively between various work locations to meet the operational requirements of the Service.  Due to the rural nature of Grampian this is normally undertaken by use of a car. Annual leave may be restricted during certain times of the year such as election and revaluation periods. You may be required to work additional hours during busy periods, including evenings, weekends and bank holidays. Our staff are currently enabled for hybrid home/office working.

    Application packs can be downloaded below or email assessor@grampian-vjb.gov.uk

    Informal enquiries about the post to: Gavin Oag, Depute Assessor & ERO

    tel. (01224) 068380 or email goag@grampian-vjb.gov.uk

    Disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria for the post are guaranteed an interview.

     

    Note – Successful candidates will be required to undertake a Basic Disclosure Check.

  • Valuer/Surveyor - Job Description

  • Valuer/Surveyor - Person Specification

  • Post of Graduate Trainee Valuer

    GRADUATE TRAINEE VALUER

    Organisation:          Grampian Assessor & Electoral Registration Officer

    Job Reference:       22-04

    Position Type:         Permanent

    Salary etc:              £28,670 – £30,819 plus Essential Car User Allowance, Pension & Flexible Working.

    Hours:                    36.25 hours per week (Full Time)

                                                                       

    The Grampian Assessor & Electoral Registration Officer offers professional employment opportunities, with employees benefiting from a rewarding workload of diverse and varied subject types in both the domestic and non-domestic sectors and with a valuable pension scheme, car allowance, support of ongoing professional development, flexible working hours and 34 days annual leave (including public holidays) rising to 38 days after 5 years’ service.

    This is an exciting opportunity to join our professional team as they prepare for the 2023 non-domestic rating revaluation and to work towards attaining membership of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

    Applicants should have a RICS accredited degree and have excellent communication and team working skills together with an enthusiastic, self-motivated and flexible approach to work.

    The successful applicant will be expected to travel efficiently and effectively between various work locations to meet the operational requirements of the Service.  Due to the rural nature of Grampian this is normally undertaken by use of a car. Annual leave may be restricted during certain times of the year such as election and revaluation periods. You may be required to work additional hours during busy periods, including evenings, weekends and bank holidays. Our staff are currently enabled for hybrid home/office working.

    Application packs can be downloaded from our website:

    https://www.grampian-vjb.gov.uk/vacancies or email assessor@grampian-vjb.gov.uk

    Informal enquiries about the post to: Gavin Oag, Depute Assessor & ERO

    tel. (01224) 068380 or email goag@grampian-vjb.gov.uk

    Disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria for the post are guaranteed an interview.

    Note – Successful candidates will be required to undertake a Basic Disclosure Check.

  • Graduate Trainee Valuer - Job Description

  • Graduate Trainee Valuer - Person Specification

  • Application Form

  • Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

  • Information for Applicants