Title: EMPLOYMENT DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATOR Salary: $6,457.00 - $7,118.00 Posted: 09/14/2012
Under the administrative direction of the Division Chief, serves as the Deputy Division Chief (DDC) over a cluster of Workforce Services (WS) Offices and One-Stop Centers, and other services delivery sites in San Diego and Imperial Counties.
In this capacity, the DDC provides leadership by modeling the mission, vision, and values of the Department and the Branch in everyday interactions with staff as well as with internal and external customers.
The DDC is responsible for the implementation and administration of consistent Regional policy as it pertains to statewide WS and Employment and Training programs; makes recommendations to the Division Chief for the modification of programs, goals, procedures, budgeting and staffing through analysis of the cluster environment based on data driven information obtained through the appropriate processes and tools.
The DDC is also responsible for the coordination of activities for collocated staff and cluster participation and maintenance of cooperative community partnerships.
Critical to this mission is the establishment of linkages to other EDD offices for the delivery of services to internal and external customers in accordance with statewide/division policy, and the recommendation of alternative policy/procedure in response to Regional business, partner, customer, and community concerns.
This position requires travel. Position is located in San Diego. May be required to work at other sites within the San Diego/Imperial Region.
All APPLICANTS MUST SUBMIT A STATE EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION, STD 678 AND STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS (SOQ). The SOQ is a narrative discussion of how your education, training, experience, and skills in the areas of personnel, programs, premises, and local partnerships qualify you for the position. The SOQ must be typed in 12-pitch font, single spaced, and no longer than 2 pages. Applications submitted without a SOQ may be excluded from the interview process.
If you are not a current or former State employee, you must first take an examination to obtain list eligibility. This does not apply to Student Assistant vacancies.
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