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Sample Tax Assessor Resume






A clear and interesting tax assessor resume will go a long way to help you land the job you want. Be sure to include specific details, including your objective, training, previous employment, and current availability. All tax assessor resumes should take this approach.


Jack Markson
106 Lester Avenue
Any Town, USA 9999
Home: (888) 888-8888
Cell: (888) 888-7777
jmarks@sampleresume.com

OBJECTIVE

A position as a Tax Assessor

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Trained professional; tax expert; detail-oriented; reliable employee; available for immediate employment

EXPERIENCE

County Tax Assessor, 2001 to present:

Big County Tax Assessor, Big City, USA.

Duties included traveling to various new and existing buildings in the county to confirm, add, or change current information regarding buildings on the property; measuring new developments on all properties in the county using floor plans and taking actual room measurements; entering all info into the database and tax roll computers and generating tax forms and verifying the accuracy of all documents.

Tax Assessor Assistant, 1998 to 2001:

Big County Tax Assessor's Office, Big City, USA.

Assisted county tax assessor with measuring new developments on all properties in the county using floor plans and taking actual room measurements, verifying accuracy of pertinent documents and filing docs to meet county deadlines.

EDUCATION

A.A. in Tax and Finance
Victory Community College, 1998, Any City, USA

ACCOLADES AND INVOLVEMENTS

American Association of Tax Assessors

Community Leadership Award 2006

NOTE: Keep in mind that the sample tax assessor resume above is just that-a sample. A complete tax assessor resume might run one to two pages. However, this one will show you how to get started.