Title: LICENSING PROGRAM ANALYST Salary: $2,738.00 - $5,110.00 Posted: 02/06/2013
THIS IS AN ANTICIPATED VACANCY. THIS POSITION IS FOR A COMPLAINT SPECIALIST LPA (Licensing Program Analyst). To apply, the candidate must be an LPA in range D. Under the general supervision of a Licensing Program Manager II or designee, the Licensing Program Analyst Complaint Specialist is responsible for conducting portions of the most sensitive and complex investigative activities. He/she will work in a team concept with a Supervising Special Investigator, Senior Special Investigator and a Licensing Program Manager in the Regional Office. The LPA (CS) conducts portions of investigations in licensed and unlicensed facilities involving serious allegations; conducts complaint investigation visits; conducts collateral visits to other agencies, police departments, schools, doctors' offices, hospitals, etc., as necessary to complete the investigation and recommending and developing administrative actions to revoke or suspend facility licenses. Desirable qualifications include the ability to work independently and as part of a team; exercise good judgment; communicate effectively and clearly, both verbally and in writing; valid CA driver's license and ability to travel. Work hours and schedules may vary. Must be able to use laptop in the field. Subject to fingerprinting and criminal record clearance by DOJ. Applications will be screened and only the most qualified will be selected for interview.
Subject to the SROA/Surplus policies and the CDSS DROA process.
Licensing Program Analyst
800 - 892 - 8223 - 018
Final Filing Date:
Central California Reg OFC MS 29-07 2580 North First Street #350 San Jose, 95131
Pat Story (408) 324-2112
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