Amegy Bank, a division of Zions Bancorporation is one of the nation’s premier financial services companies, consisting of a collection of great banks with combined total assets exceeding $65 billion. Zions’ subsidiary ZB, N.A. operates banking divisions under local management teams and community identities in 11 states. We are currently seeking a Commercial Appraisal Reviewer to join our team. This position is located in Houston, TX.
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Order and review appraisals on commercial properties located in Texas and other states.
Provide consulting services to all lines of business with respect to Bank policy, USPAP, appraisal regulations and real estate market trends.
Specific job responsibilities include, but are not limited to, scoping requests for services, bidding process management, award process management, managing external suppliers and appraisal review.
Provides occasional recommendations of additions/removals from the approved appraiser panel to the Chief Appraiser.
Works on unusually complex problems and provides solutions that are highly creative.
Uses independent judgment to accomplish objectives.
Reports directly to the Chief Appraiser.
Education and Knowledge:
4+ years of appraisal review and real estate valuation with commercial and income property appraisals.
At least 2+ years must include commercial appraisal review experience for a federally regulated banking institution or equivalent.
Ability to apply advanced real estate valuation principles, theories and concepts. Contributes to the development of innovative principles and ideas.
Expert knowledge of appraisal methodologies and techniques, MS Office, and discounted cash flow analysis
Strong communication and customer services skills.
Must hold a General Appraisal Certification from the State of Texas.
Will consider an advanced Candidate for the MAI.
Strong written and verbal skills required.
Proficiency with MS Office required.
Intermediate to advanced proficiency with RIMS appraisal management system.
Advanced understanding of appraisal theory, methods, and techniques and a thorough understanding of USPAP and federal appraisal regulations.
Able to adapt to new technology and changes to recognized valuation methods and techniques.
Able to write concise technical opinions in language comprehensible to expert and layman alike.
Able to work independently with minimal supervision.