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Salary: $3,429.00 - $4,123.00
Posted: 02/22/2013

Job Description:
*Two positions available*
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Office of Workforce Planning and Selection
Technical Examining Certification
Personnel Technician II (Supervisor)
Duty Statement

Under the general supervision of a Staff Services Manager I, the Personnel Technician II (Supervisor) in the Office of Workforce Planning and Selection supervises and coordinates the work of staff in the performance of technical examining and certification duties associated with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s (CDCR) decentralized selection program.

55% Supervises and coordinates the activities of technicians involved in the performance of technical examining and certification duties. The technical examining duties include: application review; combining qualifying experience and educational patterns; interpreting civil service merit selection laws, SPB rules and policies, and departmental policies and procedures; securing test sites; scheduling examinations; assisting in resolving examination problems; assisting in finalizing test booklets; establishing final eligible lists; identifying and researching system problems and/or deficiencies; and preparing examination history files. The technical certification duties include: providing certification lists; ordering contact letters; clearing certification lists; developing viable candidate pools; processing list clearances; updating addresses, scores, flag clearances, location preferences, appropriate lists, and transfer of list eligibility; performing reconciliation of error reports; auditing system processes between State Personnel Board and departmental certification functions; and identifying and reporting on processing and/or workflow problems affecting certification services to institutions/offices/programs. Sets work priorities, assigns examinations, assigns program certification responsibilities, audits, and monitors workload for completion.

25% Hires, trains, and develops staff in the performance of technical duties. This includes determining individual training needs; implementing on-the-job training and formal training classes; completing probationary reports and performance evaluations; and providing cross-training opportunities to develop staff.

15% Performs the more complex or sensitive technical assignments such as frozen examinations; unusual or difficult civil service laws, rules or procedural interpretations; difficult minimum qualification interpretation; processing problems; and difficult customer relations situations.

5% Participates in examination planning and technical task groups to provide information for workload planning and development of technical support activities. Writes technical procedures as job aids to train and develop staff.



Additional Information:

Working Title Position Number
None Specified 065 - 571 - 5139 - var
Location County
Timebase Tenure
Full Time Limited Term  12 month(s)
Final Filing Date: Department Link:
03/09/2013 None Specified
Contact Unit/Address Contact Name/Phone
Office of Workforce Planning and Selection
1515 S Street, Room 125S
Sacramento, CA 95811
Lori Rucks

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