There are multiple Office Technician (T) positions available for the Reception Desk and ProLaw . Reception desk position: Under the general supervision of the Staff Services Manager I, the incumbent will independendently perform the more difficult administrative office work for the Office of Legal Affairs. Duties will include: front desk receptionist, telephone receptionist, mail and document handling, photocopying, filing and records management, ordering and maintaining office supplies and equipment, typing correspondence and forms, transcription, division timekeeping and training, data entry and other duties as required.
The OLA ProLaw position: Duties for this position include entering data into various database systems, tracking systems, reviewing and running reports. Both positions are part of the clerical pool and may be required to work other clerical desks in the office as needed. The work hours for both of these positions are Monday through Friday 8-5.
Interested applicants must submit a Standard State Application, form Std 678, (with original signature). Must provide a typing certificate of 40 words per minute Applicants must be eligible to laterally transfer to the position or be reachable on the SPB hiring list for Office Technician (Typing). Please state your eligibility in the 'Explanation' box of the application and provide a copy of exam results if applicable.
**Only the most qualified candidates will be considered for the positions. **
ALL HIRES ARE SUBJECT TO HIRING FREEZE AND/OR BUDGET APPROVAL
Office Technician (Typing)
065 - 400 - 1139 - VAR
Final Filing Date:
Legal Administrative Support Team 1515 S Street, 314S Sacramento, CA 95811
Cindy White or Kim Laret 916-445-0495
Hours are M-F 8-5
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