Under the general direction of the Supervisor (BTA II), Compliance Program Analysis Section, the Office Technician performs the full range of office duties for the Section Supervisor and provides office support for all of the Section staff. The position performs a variety of difficult duties and is expected to consistently exercise a high degree of initiative, independence, and originality in performing assigned tasks. Good judgment and the ability to communicate effectively are important personal skills for the position. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority. The position is located in a high-rise building.
Candidates must submit a Standard State Application (STD 678), the Supplemental Questionnaire and a typing certificate by the final filing date to be considered for the position. When answering the following supplemental questions, please respond using typed double spaced pages.
1) Please describe a situation in which you assisted a customer or client. What level of contact did you have with them? What specific actions did you take to assist the customer or client? What was the end result?
2) Please describe your experience in maintaining confidential information? Was this information paper or electronic? What procedures did you use to safe guard the confidential information?
3) Please describe your experience preparing original correspondence including letters, memorandums, forms and reports.
Typing certificate (state recognized)
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Compliance Program Analysis Section
Final Filing Date:
Compliance Program Analysis Section 450 N Street, MIC:92 Sacramento, 95814
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