Reference Code: FISE560-2023 (E)
Closing Date: 19.12.2023
This Position Seeks to Attract :
All categories
Job Level: T15
Scale: R566 376,00 – R786 636,00 per annum
Estimated Remuneration Package: R780 957,93 – R1 061 301,19 per annum

Job Purpose To provide an effective and efficient valuation service to the City of Tshwane

Application Requirements:
An appropriate career-related tertiary qualification (three-year national diploma or degree) in Real Estate (Property Valuation) or any other study field related to the position
At least six years’ relevant working experience in a property valuation environment in a local government environment, of which at least three years should be at supervisory level
Registration as a Professional Valuer or Professional Associated
Valuer with the South African Council for the Property Valuers Profession
Compliance with the unit standards of the Local Government:
Municipal Finance Management Act, 2003 (Act 56 of 2003), as
prescribed by Regulation 493 of 15 June 2007, as published in
Government Gazette 29967 of 15 June 2007, will be an added advantage
A valid Code B driving licence
Computer literacy with SAP proficiency

Personal Attributes/ Competencies:
Sound understanding and knowledge of GRAP; sound understanding and knowledge of the Local Government: Municipal Finance Management Act, 2003 (Act 56 of 2003); ability to be a team player; sound verbal and written communication skills; being ethical; ability to pay attention to detail; willingness to accept responsibility beyond the agreed-upon job description; innovative thinking skills; decisiveness; ability to be goal-orientated; analytical thinking skills; technical skills; ability to be taught; flexibility.

Primary Fuctions : Supervise and coordinate personnel activities of subordinates
Supervise and monitor valuers in compiling a triennial Valuation

  • Plan and coordinate the valuation process programme
  • Assist in evaluating market analysis to ensure that correct data is used
  • Approve the basis of valuation for different types of properties
  • Coordinate and supervise the valuation of all properties
  • Monitor the quality of the valuations
  • Liaise with and give feedback to the deputy manager
  • Sign the Provisional Valuation Roll Handle objections
  • Clarify valuations for potential objectors
  • Monitor the preparations for Valuation Board hearings
  • Attend to and give evidence as an expert witness to the Valuation Board
  • Ensure that the decisions of the Valuation Board are
    Supervise and monitor the maintenance of the Valuation Roll by
    means of supplementary valuations
    Manage and render assistance in identifying causes for the
    efficient and effective maintenance of the Valuation Roll, such
    as the following:
  • Properties omitted from the Valuation Roll
  • Properties included in Tshwane after the last general valuation
  • Properties subdivided or consolidated after the last general
  • Properties of which the improved value has substantially
    increased or decreased for any reason after the last general
  • Properties substantially incorrectly valued during the last
    general valuation
  • Properties where the rateability has changed
    Coordinate and supervise all processes in the execution of the
    above supplementary valuations
    Sign the Supplementary Valuation Roll
    Evaluate and endorse valuations for presentation to the Valuation
    Committee for final approval, such as the following:
  • Alienation of immovable property
  • Acquisition and expropriation
  • Rental
  • Replacement value
  • Endowment for open spaces and parks
  • Contribution to sport clubs
    Provide comments to internal and external clients on various
    property-related issues, such as the following:
  • Assessment rates
  • Budgeting for the acquisition of immovable property
  • New developments

Position ID(s) : S70010773
Enquiries : A Ndwamato (012 358 8637)

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