“To be considered for this position, you must complete and submit the Supplemental Questionnaire with your application.”
Under the direction of the Chief Counsel of the Legal Department, the incumbent works with a high degree of independence and is responsible for performing professional, varied, complex analytical work. The incumbent works closely with all levels of management, functioning in a liaison capacity with the Human Resources Division (HRD), the Financial Management Division, and the Facilities Management Division, provides advice and consultation to the Chief Counsel, Assistant Chief Counsels (ACCs), supervisors and managers on a wide variety of administrative and personnel-related issues and performs other job-related duties as required in support of the Legal Department’s operations. To apply please fill out and submit a signed STD-678 – Standard State Application.
The position is located in a high-rise building. Training and Development assignments may be considered. All applicants will be considered; however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
1. What is the Board’s policy on confidentiality?
2. Please describe your ability to work on a project as a team member.
3. Please describe your experience working with databases.
4. Please explain the analytical skills as applied towards the completion of a research request.
5. Please explain the Budget Change Proposal process.
6. When working closely with executive management, how would you prioritize multiple assignments?
7. Please state your experience working with changing priorities concerning time-sensitive issues.
8. Please describe your ability to resolve complex issues.
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Legal Department 450 N Street, MIC: 04 Sacramento, CA 95814
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