Senior Valuer (REGIONAL WEST)

About Land Services SA

Land Services SA are leading property experts in South Australia, offering a range of property transaction and valuation services, property information products, custom data sets, reliable market insights, technology consulting and managed service offerings.

Land Services SA’s datasets are unique, extensive, timely and relate to every property, land transaction and statutory property valuation within the State. We continue to unlock our datasets, leveraging this for performance reporting, investment proposals, mining projects, cost-benefit analysis, research, and the preparation of legal documents, to name a few.

As a trusted partner of the State, Land Services SA deliver highly valued, trusted services to the community, being recognised for creating innovative solutions.

About the Position

As a professional leader within the valuation team at Land Services SA, the Senior Valuer will undertake a range of operational and strategic functions that facilitate business efficiency and workforce development.

Key areas of focus will include a variety of functions such as general valuation and supplementary valuation outcomes, valuation appeal activities, audit and compliance functions, market analysis and project work, stakeholder and industry engagement, and the preparation of complex/sensitive strategic advice and valuation related reports.

Key Outcomes of the Role

  • Sound statutory valuation knowledge and a thorough understanding of valuation fundamentals
  • The ability to work under pressure and prioritise to meet tight time frames
  • The ability to work autonomously and contribute effectively to a team
  • A broad range of valuation experience and market knowledge, including the provision of valuation support and advice
  • Well-developed professional communication and interpersonal skills
  • Sound analytical and decision-making capabilities
  • Abilities to manage stakeholders both internally and externally
  • Contribute to continuous improvement within the team

Key Capabilities

  • Sound statutory valuation knowledge and a thorough understanding of valuation fundamentals
  • The ability to work under pressure and prioritise to meet tight time frames
  • The ability to work autonomously and contribute effectively to a team
  • A broad range of valuation experience and market knowledge, including the provision of valuation support and advice
  • Well-developed professional communication and interpersonal skills
  • Sound analytical and decision-making capabilities
  • Abilities to manage stakeholders both internally and externally
  • Contribute to continuous improvement within the team

Special Conditions and Essential Requirements

  • Some intrastate travel requiring overnight absences may be required
  • Some out of hour's work may be required
  • Bachelor of Business (Property) or equivalent approved qualification in accordance with the Land Valuers Act 1994
  • RPV or CPV certified preferred
  • API Member desirable
  • A current driver’s licence is essential
  • Current satisfactory National Crime History check upon appointment, and then one completed every three years after

How to Apply

For further information, please contact Christie O’Brien via email at [email protected] or simply apply now by submitting a covering letter, which demonstrates you have the required skill set and experience we're seeking, together with a copy of your resume.

As part of this recruitment process applicants that are offered a role will be required to consent to a National Crime History check prior to commencement. All enquiries will be handled in confidence.

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