CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION
BUDGET MANAGEMENT BRANCH
OFFICE TECHNICIAN (T)
Under the general direction of Management, the position is responsible for the following:
45% Uses the 647/607 Tracking System for Budget Management Branch. Inputs 647/607s into the system, distribute 607s to appropriate department/agency/program. Back up for maintenance and reports on the 647/607 system.
30% Prepares sensitive and technically difficult correspondence and complex fiscal and other related statistical charts, tables and graphs, which the OT independently compiles from various sources. Receives, reviews, logs and distributes incoming and outgoing correspondence and forwards to appropriate staff. Distributes assignments as directed.
10% Receives and screens sensitive telephone calls for Department of Finance, the Director’s Office, or Legislative offices requesting information. Refers telephone calls and correspondence to appropriate staff based upon knowledge of departmental organization and operations and individual assignments. *****Coordinates, schedules, and revises meeting dates, makes travel arrangements and processes travel claims.
5% Maintains branch assignment and project logs. Develops and maintains complex filing system, cross indexing to provide immediate access to information - also revises and purges filing system - maintains State and departmental manuals.
5% Acts as the branch’s backup timekeeper. Provides back-up for the Deputy Director’s and the Associate Director’s secretary.
5% Performs other duties as required.
LIMITED TERM MAY BECOME PERMANENT
ALL HIRES ARE SUBJECT TO HIRING FREEZE AND/OR BUDGET APPROVAL
Office Technician (T)
065 - 520 - 1139 - 802
1515 S Street, 510-S - Sacramento, CA 95811
Final Filing Date:
Budget Management Branch 1515 S Street, #510-S Sacramento, CA 95811
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