Reviews and analyzes proposed legislation for potential impact on the Department; researches and obtains information to develop analyses of legislation; develops legislative proposals; compiles summaries of bills; maintains related contracts and procedures manual. Maintains the Department legislative database and legislative file system and ensures that all relevant information is appropriately tracked and reported. Acts as a legislative information liaison with various agencies; prepares and submits copies of legislative analyses and enrolled bill reports; drafts and submits the weekly legislative reports internally and externally; tracks, analyzes and reports on federal legislation. Acts as the contact for inquiries concerning the status of legislative assignments; ensures that reports and documents are completed and received by relevant parties in a timely manner. Serves as liaison for constituent issues; and coordinates internally and externally regarding the resolution of constituent issues. Conducts and reviews studies relating to Department laws and programs; assists with rulemaking; responds to inquiries; and assists in budgeting, planning, and management analysis for the office.
• Proficiency on personal computers utilizing Microsoft Word, Excel, etc.
• Knowledgeable of the legislative process.
• Communicate effectively.
• Understand and carry out directions following a minimum of explanation.
• Dependable, loyal, punctual, tactful, poised.
• Ability to adjust to shifting priorities and workload.
• Ability to take initiative, be a self-starter, work independently, and interested in assuming non-routine tasks.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
Who May Apply: State employees currently at the Staff Services Analyst (General) level, those within transfer range, individuals with list eligibility who are reachable (in the top three ranks), or employees with Surplus or SROA status are encouraged to apply. Applicants must clearly indicate the basis of their eligibility on the Explanations section of the State application (STD. 678). For further information regarding the position, please contact Colleen Monahan, Deputy Commissioner, at (916) 323-7384.
Where To Apply: Please include RPA #12-OLL0006 under the job title of the State application (STD. 678). Applications received without an RPA number MAY NOT be considered. Please mail your completed State application (STD. 678) and resume to the Department of Corporations, Human Resources Office, 1515 K Street, Suite 200
Sacramento, CA 95814 or e-mail* your application and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.(*When submitting an application through e-mail, please do not include your SSN.)
410 - 170 - 5157 - 004
Sacramento-Office of Legislation & Policy, 1515 K Street
If you are not a current or former State employee, you must first take an examination to obtain list eligibility. This does not apply to Student Assistant vacancies.
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