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Property Information Collector - BC Assessment

This is a Permanent, Full-time position.

Province: Vancouver, Surrey, Prince George, Terrace, Nelson and Cranbrook, British Columbia
Position: Property Information Collector
Deadline: May 15, 2022
Posted: May 2, 2022

Job Description / Duties

BC Assessment is currently looking for Property Information Collectors! If you are looking to start or grow your career within property assessment, then we want to hear from YOU!

We value our people, and know that employees are at the heart of our organization. We also value work-life balance, and seek to recruit, reward and retain people who make us an internationally recognized leader in property assessment. We are proud to be recognized as one of BC’s Top Employers for the ninth year! We offer competitive benefits for our employees:

Work-life balance – 35-hour work weeks, hybrid work options and flexible work schedules, including compressed work weeks so you can take up to 26 long weekends per year.

Public Service Pension Plan – one of the best in Canada, allowing you to plan for your future!

Health and Wellness - generous extended health and dental benefits through Pacific Blue Cross and an Employee Assistance Program to support employee wellness.

Career development – we want you to grow and learn with us! We provide ongoing learning, leadership development and a career development scholarship program.

We are proud to work, live and play in beautiful British Columbia. As a Property Information Collector, you can bring our values to life and truly help build BC communities!

What will I do?

Roll Preparation and Defense:

Performing inspections, inventory/information, collecting and inputting property information into database;

Checking document accuracy, analyzing and updating home documentation, responding to inquiries;

Receiving building plan/sketches, tracking and entering incoming responses received, assisting and supporting the appeal process.

General Administration:

Mail distribution and preparation, reconciling invoices, tracking property, documentation;

Updating address changes, filing, using different software’s to format and keyboard documentation,

Developing spreadsheets, graphs, charts, forms and PDFs, contributing to administrative improvements and changes.

Quality Assurance:

Verifying ownership information and data, reviewing and verifying accuracy of vendor or property information.

Customer Service and Other Duties:

Answering or referring questions, aiding clients with the completion of forms and applications by explaining and instructing clients with various programs, receiving and tracking enquires from property owners, functioning as a customer service representative to property owners and others.

How can I be successful?

You need to be a detail-orientated individual that can interpret and record data. You are competent in written and verbal communications, as well as have excellent customer service. You understand virtual collaboration tools and computer applications. You can work effectively within a team and take direction well. You also like adventure, possess a valid BC Driver’s license and are excited about exploring new areas within BC.

This critical role may involve travel of up to 6-12 weeks per year, depending on location.

This position is included in the bargaining unit. BC Assessment intends to establish an eligibility list for this competition.

Compensation: $22.7168 - $26.7254 hourly

Competition Close Date: Sunday, May 15 @ 11:59PM

Qualifications / Required Skills

What do I need to have?


Completion of Grade 12 (High School Diploma).

Possess a valid BC Driver's License (Class 5 or 7).

Post-secondary business courses and training in computer software and hardware would be an asset.

Courses such as building construction, assessment/appraisal, surveying, AutoCAD and/or engineering, or other related disciplines would be an asset.


Some experience in building construction, drafting, estimating, real estate, AutoCAD or other allied field would be an asset.

Relevant customer service experience would be an asset.

Clerical experience would be an asset.

Note: An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

How do I apply?

Please complete the full application for this position, including your education, certifications and experience that are relevant to and/or required per the stated qualifications. If you are an internal employee, please ensure that your employee profile contains your relevant education and experience.

Upload your resume and cover letter; once you submit your application, you will not be able to add documents.

If a questionnaire is present, please complete it fully. Responses may be used to shortlist candidates against the stated job requirements.

All BC Assessment employees must live in British Columbia. If you do not currently reside in, or live within commuting distance of the location(s) of the position to which you are applying, please make clear your relocation intentions as part of your cover letter.

Offers of employment are conditional upon a satisfactory Criminal Record Check. All information provided in your application may be subject to verification. Successful applicants will be required to provide proof of qualifications and/or supporting documentation (e.g. copies of certificates, diplomas, degrees, driver’s licence) as a condition of employment.

BC Assessment is committed to the health and safety of our employees and is taking every precaution against COVID–19 while building connection and collaboration in our hybrid workplace. Effective Nov 26, 2021, BC Assessment requires all employees, as a condition of employment, to be fully vaccinated and to provide proof of vaccination.

At BC Assessment, every person and every voice is important. We are committed to making BC Assessment the best possible place to work and ensuring that our policies and practices are equitable, supportive and pro-active. Our hiring practices reflect this and we are committed to ensuring that our workforce reflects the people of British Columbia. We strive to create an environment where everyone can succeed, free of systemic barriers.

We are committed to ensuring that reasonable accommodations are made available to persons with disabilities during the recruitment, assessment and selection processes and will provide reasonable accommodations upon request. If you require assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, please contact us.

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As a Provincial Crown Corporation, our mission is to create uniform assessments and trusted property information that supports strong and vibrant communities in BC. Our people are the key to our success - they drive our business, bring our values to life and truly help build communities. We value BC and also, truly value our people.