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Salary: $5,369.00 - $6,802.00
Posted: 10/04/2012

Job Description:
This is Peace Officer classification, subject to Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) requirements. Plans, organizes, directs, and supervises an investigation unit within an assigned geographical area (district). Evaluates individual performance and workload and suggests adjustments necessary to achieve optimum utilization and unit objectives. Review for quality and accuracy, all unit cases, recommends/initiates appropriate action. Personally directs complex, sensitive and confidential cases; Coordinates with other state/federal/local agencies in mutual interest cases. Dictates/prepares memorandums, reports and other correspondence as required. Assist the Area Commander in monitoring the workload budget; Determines/requests material resources, including furniture, office equipment and special investigative devices. Is responsible for the interviewing, selecting, hiring, and training of district personnel and for their subsequent development and progress. Participates in local programs, including enforcement, intelligence exchange, and instructional panels; appears at speaking engagements within departmental guidelines. Critical skills: Program knowledge, knowledge of law enforcement principles, verbal/written communication, training and supervisory skills. Applicants must pass a background investigation, a fingerprint/criminal record clearance and psychological and medical examinations in accordance with any state hiring restriction prior to hire. If you are interested in this position, you must submit to the address indicated below, a completed: *Standard State Application (STD 678), and *The Pre-Employment Behavioral Standards Letter located at You will not be considered for this position if you fail to submit both documents. For information on this position, please call the contact person listed below. Fingerprint/Criminal Record Clearance required before hire. Selected candidate will be required to participate in the DMV Pull Notice Program. This is a sensitive position and may be subject to substance testing. “This position(s) may be subject to allocation approval by the Human Resource Branch.” A training & development assignment will not be considered. Salary Range shown is the minimum and maximum for a full time appointment. Salaries for part-time and/or intermittent appointments may vary. Salary posted is the actual base pay of classification. Actual base pay will be reduced pursuant to the Personal Leave Program (PLP). “SROA/Surplus candidates are encouraged to apply.”

Additional Information:

Working Title Position Number
SUPERVISING INVESTIGATOR I, DMV 525 - 328 - 8539 - 002
Location County
Timebase Tenure
Full Time Permanent   month(s)
Final Filing Date: Department Link:
10/17/2012 None Specified
Contact Unit/Address Contact Name/Phone
SAN JOSE, CA 95110
408 277 1287

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