West Virginia Real Estate Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board is a
state regulatory agency comprised of nine Board members. The mission of the
Appraiser Board is to protect the public interest by assuring that all
consumers of real estate appraisal services receive such services from
appraisers who are fully qualified in accordance with both Federal and State
law and appraisal management companies who are registered and in compliance
with State law.
The executive director plans and directs all aspects of the
operations of the Board and assures that the activities of the board are in
compliance with all applicable state and federal laws. The executive director
also assists in developing rules and regulations and performs related work as
required. Examples of duties include the
Responsible for overall policy, operational
planning, directing and coordination for maximizing the potential and financial
soundness of the board.
administrative policies and procedures for the board.
and analyzes proposed legislation affecting the board; maintains effective
liaison with legislative officials
and evaluates Appraisal Foundation and/or Appraisal Subcommittee programs,
implementing any changes mandated for compliance.
and executes the board’s budget; supervises fiscal accounting functions to
assure proper allocation and accountability for expenditure of revenues.
the board liaison with appraisers, answering questions concerning USPAP and/or
West Virginia laws, rules and regulations
the board’s liaison with the public, answering questions concerning possible
complaints and outlines the procedures for filing and resolving the complaint.
skills and abilities
of the rules, regulations, policies and objectives of the board.
of the rules, regulations and policies of the Appraisal Foundation and
of the principles of public and governmental administration
of computer and software programs and ability to learn and navigate programs
and systems mandated by state government.
Graduation from a four year college or university, or in lieu of,
five (5) years of full-time paid experience, two (2) of which must have been in
an administrative or executive capacity.
Master’s degree in business, education, public administration, real estate
and/or related advanced degree from an accredited college or university is
preferred, as well as supervisory and
fiscal management experience.
is commensurate with education and experience.
Applications should be submitted, by email only, to Jennifer
Attorney General, at Jennifer.K.Akers@wvago.gov.
Please be aware your resume and cover letter will be made public record. The
application deadline is June 15, end of business, Eastern Time. We are not
responsible for late receipt or missing applications.
West Virginia Real Estate Appraiser Licensing & Certification
Board is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This board does not and will not
discriminate in employment and personnel practices based on race, sex, age,
handicap, religion, national origin or any other basis prohibited by applicable
law. Hiring, transferring and promotion practices are performed without regard
to the above listed items.