CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION, SAN QUENTIN STATE PRISON
Title: PERSONNEL SUPERVISOR II Salary: $4,025.00 - $4,892.00 Posted: 02/26/2013
This is a second supervisory level in the series with full charge of all transactions functions. Under the supervision of the Staff Manager - Personnel Office, the incumbent plans, organizes, and directs the work of the department's transactions program. Required to apply State laws and departmental and control agency rules and regulations, and bargaining unit provisions pertaining to a variety of personnel transactions in the areas of personnel record keeping, certification, payroll, and personnel documents processing and related personnel transactions functions. The predominant duties of positions in these classes require a thorough and detailed knowledge of appropriate laws, rules, regulations, and contract language pertaining to personnel transactions.
If interested, please submit a completed state application with a copy of most current performance evaluation.
Note: CURRENT CDCR EMPLOYEES with permanent employment status and transfer eligibility need apply. In addition, this position is subject to Hiring Freeze Exemptions Approval. All method of appointments will be considered.
Personnel Supervisor II
095 - 261 - 1314 - 001
San Quentin State Prioson
Final Filing Date:
Personnel - Certification/Delegated Testing Unit 100 Main Street San Quentin, CA 94964
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