(804) 785-5976 or (804) 769-5002
of the Revenue,
Kelly N. Lumpkin
Commissioner of the Revenue is a state constitutional officer as set forth
in the Constitution of Virginia and is the Chief assessing officer of
the local government. It is an elected position for a four-year term and
serves the taxpayers as well as the County. The Commissioner of the Revenues
Office is responsible for preparing the land book and personal property
book used for taxation purposes each year. This office also processes
state income taxes and refunds.
Applications are being accepted for the position of full-time Deputy 1 to work in the King and Queen County Commissioner of Revenue’s Office located in the King and Queen County Administration Building, 242 Allen’s Circle, King and Queen Courthouse, Virginia. Candidate will be responsible for performing skilled clerical work assisting with the operation of the Commissioner’s Office. Primary tasks include: assisting taxpayers, including real estate, personal property, and the review of state income tax returns, have a comprehensive understanding of property assessments, use of a computer, fax and other office machines.
Candidate must have education, or prior experience in a related field, as well as customer service experience; must also possess excellent public relation and communication skills; good organizational ability and multi-tasking skills, and be punctual; willingness to be cross-trained within the office; be available to participate in on-going educational classes regarding state code. Computer experience is required. Knowledge of the Bright Software System is preferred. Excel experience is necessary.
Starting salary is commensurate with experience plus benefits.
Applications and job descriptions are available on our website: www.kingandqueenco.net and are also available from the King and Queen County Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office, King and Queen County Administration Building, 242 Allens Circle, Suite I, King and Queen Courthouse, VA 23085.
Applications may be submitted in person to King and Queen County Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office, 242 Allens Circle, King and Queen Courthouse, VA 23085 or by mail to P. O. Box 178, King and Queen Courthouse, VA 23085. The application deadline is January 13, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
King and Queen County
is an equal opportunity employer.
On April 27, 2015, the Board of Supervisors adopted an amendment to Chapter 30, the Vehicle License Fee Ordinance, to change the due date from December 5th of the preceding year to April 30th of the actual /calendar year in which the vehicle is garaged, stored or parked in King and Queen County and the inclusion of enforcement remedies as prescribed in the Code of Virginia. There is no increase in the fee. If you have any questions, please contact the Commissioner of Revenue’s Office (804)785-5976 or (804)769-5002
Kelly N. Lumpkin