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Salary: $3,106.00 - $4,670.00
Posted: 02/13/2013

Job Description:
This is a limited term position for twenty-four (24) months.

Preference will be given to persons with State Restriction of Appointments (SROA) or Surplus status. Applicants must attach a copy of their most recently dated letter that specifies their designation as either SROA or surplus candidate as proof.

Qualified candidates must have eligibility in State employment, be in a reachable rank on an employment list for this classification, be currently in this classification, or have transfer eligibility to this classification. Please clearly state your eligibility in the “Explanations” Section on your application.

All applicants will be screened for breadth and depth of experience. Only the most qualified applicants will be contacted for interviews based on screening criteria.

To be considered for this vacancy you must have transfer eligibility based on present or past state civil service eligibility, or passed an exam for this classification. To learn how to become a civil service employee, visit the State Personnel Board's website:

Applications (Standard form 678) must be received in our San Francisco office no later than the close of business of the final filing date via postal mail, personally delivered or inter-office mail. Applications received after the final filing date will not be accepted for any reason.

Applicants: Please write the position number listed below on the section “Examination(s) or job Title(s) for which you are applying” on the Standard Form 678.

Applications will not be accepted via email or FAX.

If you do not hear from us in 3-4 weeks, you may assume the position has been filled by another candidate.

Salary Range: A: $3,106-3,425 B: $3,204-3,708 C: $3,841-4,670

Duty Statement

Under the direction of the Deputy Labor Commissioner III, Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, Public Works Compliance Monitoring Unit (PW/CMU) as an entry-level professional employee in a learning and development capacity:


Assists the Deputy Labor commissioners in making investigations, including reviewing payroll records and related documents to determine violations of the prevailing wage requirements;

Contacts governmental agencies awarding the public works contractors to obtain information necessary to determine violations;

Meets with contractors and subcontractors to review and explain the provisions of the Labor Code related to prevailing wage;

Conducts audits of employer’s records;

Assists with advising employers of violations and takes corrective action;

Issues notices to governmental agencies to withhold payments to violating contractors;

Verifies that wage payments have been made;

Assists with preparing cases for hearings or civil action;

Performs public information duties by telephone or at the public counter;


Interviews employees and other witnesses regarding violations;

Assists with conducting onsite inspections of project sites to determine work being performed and other duties as required.

Additional Information:

Working Title Position Number
Industrial Relations Representative 400 - 556 - 9483 - xxx
Location County
Bakersfield KERN
Timebase Tenure
Full Time Limited Term  24 month(s)
Final Filing Date: Department Link:
Contact Unit/Address Contact Name/Phone
Dept. of Industrial Relations
HR - Cert Unit
P.O. Box 420603
San Francisco, 94142


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