Valuation Consultant (Appraiser) Remote
Fully Remote Bradenton, FL
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HCA Asset Management is scouring the United States looking for our next sensational Valuation Consultant! Are you energetic, smart, and yearning for an opportunity to belong to something better? Ready to traverse this beautiful country 65% of the time while using your home office as a remote base the rest of the time? We’re a multi-million-dollar family-owned consulting and appraisal firm offering inventory and appraisal services to corporate, university, and governmental clients throughout the United States. We believe that our customers are our friends and that doing the right thing never goes out of style.   As an entry-level Valuation Consultant, you will learn from the best in the business, have fun doing it, and be rewarded for your performance. 

As a Valuation Consultant with HCA, a typical day might include:

  • Touring commercial buildings and collecting data on structure characteristics
  • In-office pricing using collected field data and industry-standard methodologies
  • Interfacing with clients via meetings or telephone to discuss project scope and findings
  • Work with senior team members to hone appraisal skills and produce client deliverables
  • Conduct field inventory of client movable equipment and assets

As a new team member with HCA, you will need to:

  • Be 100% committed to delivering the best experience to HCA Clients
  • Think on your feet and thrive on learning new things
  • Enjoy solving problems and committed to improving internal and external processes
  • Effectively communicate with clients and team members
  • Be detail oriented and extremely organized
  • Travel overnight to client locations across the country 65% of the time
  • Have earned an Associate’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university
  • Be proficient in MS Word and Excel (Access also preferred)

Bonus if you have skills or experience in any of these:

  • Construction cost estimating, or prior appraisal experience
  • Engineering or blueprint reading
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field