Wanted: Graduate & Licensed Valuers
About the role
Are you an enthusiastic graduate or licensed Valuer? Are you ready for a new challenge? We would love to hear from you.
We currently have opportunities available across various valuation disciplines including Rating & Taxing, Rural & Specialist valuations.
You will undertake valuations as well as provide consulting services and advice to internal and external stakeholders regarding property valuations focusing on residential, industrial, and commercial properties, varying in complexity depending on your level of experience.
An important part of this position will be to work collaboratively with others, provide support where required and contribute to the evolution of Valuation Services.
If you would like further information, please contact Sara Rose on 08 9273 9084 or email Sara.Rose@landgate.wa.gov.au (but don’t send your application here).
Landgate is Western Australia’s land information authority. Through efficient and contemporary land information services, Landgate contributes to WA’s economic security and prosperity. We support our customers through our trusted data and services, which underpin WA land titles, property information and valuations, maps and location-based information. Landgate fosters a culture of inclusion, appreciating unique perspectives and opportunities that a diverse workforce generates. Our shared values help to define the culture of our organisation and highlight what is important to us. We offer a purpose-driven, collaborative, and flexible work environment, with opportunities to advance in your career.
We are committed to increasing First Nations representation across Landgate and creating and maintaining an inclusive and diverse workplace in line with our Reconciliation Action Plan. For Landgate to achieve this, we have applied Section 51 of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 to this recruitment process. This vacancy is open to all interested applicants however First Nations peoples are encouraged to apply and if deemed suitable, will be prioritised for appointment. What does this mean? See our FAQ for more information.
Landgate is a safe and inclusive workplace that embraces diversity and firmly believes the best results come when varied viewpoints are welcomed and encouraged every day. We encourage people from all diversities to apply and are committed to increasing representation of First Nations people, People with a Disability, people from the LGBTQIA+ community, Youth, and people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds.
For more information on our agency, our values and employee benefits, visit our website.
To be successful in the Specified Calling level 1.1 – 1.3, you need:
- To hold a degree as prescribed by Regulation 8(1) of the Land Valuers Licensing Regulations 1979 or an equivalent degree as approved by the Executive Director of Labour Relations.
- An understanding of basic valuation principles.
- An eye for detail and a capability to analyse and evaluate information.
- An ability to provide exceptional service to customers and work collaboratively within a team.
- Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills that enables successful interaction and cooperation with stakeholders at all levels.
To be considered for the Specified Calling level 1.4 to Specified Calling level 2, you will need the above criteria and:
- A Land Valuer’s Licence in accordance with Section 19 of the Land Valuer’s Licensing Act 1978.
- Significant professional valuation experience including complex valuations across various valuation types.
- Proven ability to collaborate, influence, inspire, motivate, and work with others to make a difference.
- Demonstrated ability to plan and organise your workload, have a strong record in achieving deliverables and activities within strict deadlines.
Applying for the role
If you don’t want to miss out on this great opportunity, apply now by:
- Ensuring you state which level you are applying for.
- Advise if you have a preferable area of interest (Rating & Taxing, Rural or Specialist Values).
- Submitting a Comprehensive CV outlining your experience and key achievements relative to the position. Please note: Your CV with experience and achievements must provide sufficient detail to enable assessment against the essential requirements as outlined under ’Role Requirements’.
- A covering letter of no more than two pages outlining what you can bring to the role and how this aligns with our company values.
Other Important Information You Need to Know!
Vacancies will be offered on a permanent or fixed term basis. If a similar vacancy in a similar location becomes available in the next 12 months, applicants deemed suitable may be considered.
The recommended applicant will be required to complete a pre-employment screening process prior to appointment. This includes provision of a current National Police Certificate that is less than three months old, declaration of any previous discipline or misconduct findings or allegations, and the verification of claims made throughout the recruitment process. It is the responsibility of the applicant to incur all costs associated with obtaining a National Police Certificate.
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