Professionals in this role perform work of considerable difficulty in appraising personal property for tax assessment purposes under the supervision of a senior professional.

If you are interested in the personal property aspects of our profession, this position is a step up from the entry-level and focuses on personal property appraisals. At this level we encourage you to work toward the attainment of the Personal Property Specialist (PPS) or the overarching Certified Assessment Evaluator (CAE) designations shown below.
Apendium Overview
People in this role typically perform these tasks which are supported by the indicated knowledge areas.
KAs & Resources
Make field and office appraisal of more difficult and complex personal property items KA-4
Gather, record, analyze, and maintain a variety of data such as accounting records and tax returns KA-2
Receive and investigate complaints about property assessments, make reappraisals, and submit recommendations for consideration at hearings KA-1, KA-6
Assist in the training of lower level appraisers KA-5
Prepare and support technical cases to defend contested assessment in court proceedings or Board of Review appeal hearings KA-6
Update and correct file property information KA-2