Valuer Job in Kenya

Duties and responsibilities

Inspecting the conditions of infrastructure and doing analysis of all available data before they are estimated and give final reports;

Heading of a sizeable schedule at the headquarters or sub county with the responsibility for carrying out valuation duties of a wide range;

Undertaking more specialized and complex work involving valuation of Urban, Agricultural or rating projects of considerable financial outlay and attending to Courts on valuation matters;

Collecting data for the County Land Value Index, Analyzing market data for valuation process and stamp duty valuation;

Designing, developing and do research on titles in land registries and operate comprehensive valuation database for determination process;

Calculating areas and measuring building plans and maps in the field for valuation and

Preparing plans and lists of plot owners and areas by land acquisition projects and filling stamp duty valuation reports.

Requirements for Appointment

For appointment to this grade a candidate must:

Be a Kenyan citizen;

Have Excellent knowledge of designs of G.I.S software and valuation procedures;

Have relevant working experience of not less than three (3) years in the grade of Valuer II, JG “J” or its equivalent and relevant position;

Proficiency of spatial knowledge including property and valuation database;

Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science Degree in Land Economics, Real Estate and Property Studies or its equivalent qualification from a recognized institution of higher learning in Kenya;

Have been registered by the institute of Surveyors of Kenya (ISK) valuation chapter and be a corporate member of that Institute or a surveying body recognized by the Institute of Surveyors of Kenya (ISK);

Have demonstrated ability initiative and competence in organizing, directing and executing valuation work at this level and

Certificate in Computer Application Skills

How To Apply

Applications including detailed curriculum vitae (C.V), copies of Academic and Professional Certificates, Testimonials, National Identification Card (ID) or Passport and any other supporting documents should be submitted in sealed envelope clearly, indicating position applied on top left side of the envelope. Bungoma residents will be required to indicate their Sub-County and Ward of residence to reach the undersigned by 7 th June, 2024 at 5:00 p.m.

Hand delivered applications should be submitted to the Secretary County Public Service Board offices located next to Governor’s office.

Bungoma County Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Youths, Women, Persons with Disabilities, Minorities and Marginalized groups are encouraged to apply.

Please Note: Bungoma County Public Service Board does not charge any fee at any stage of recruitment and selection process.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
The Secretary
County Public Service Board
P.O Box 2489-50200