Under the direction of the District Supervisor, prepare month-end case reports for the District/Area, including, but not limited to: mileage, statistical, expenditure, Cal-Card, and copier. Update, modify, and maintain the Automated Information Management System (AIMS), and other databases. Access various law enforcement databases. Handle incoming/outgoing mail. Type correspondence for all governmental levels. Answer phones/direct calls for District/Area offices. Answer questions from the public regarding consumer complaints, vehicle registration, and driver license. Prepare Investigative Case Assignment Records (ICAR), and enter information into the computer. Handle personnel related issues. Facilitate, calendar, and arrange meetings for District/Area Office. Maintain/update manuals and unit files. Prepare/package evidence for dissemination. Give technical assistance to law enforcement agencies and DMV personnel and run vehicle registration/driver license printouts. For District Sup./Area Commander, prepare travel advance requests/travel expense claims, order supplies, and take meeting minutes. Perform other duties as required.
1 Permanent Full Time position available.
DMV Pull Notice Program.
Fingerprint/Criminal Record Clearance required before hire. Salary Range shown is the minimum and maximum for a full time appointment. Salaries for part-time and/or intermittent appointments may vary. “This position(s) may be subject to allocation approval by the Human Resource Branch.” A training and development assignment will not be considered. “SROA/Surplus candidates are encouraged to apply.”
OFFICE TECHNICIAN (TYPING)
525 - 340 - 1139 - 002
INV - WEST COVINA DISTRICT OFFICE
Final Filing Date:
DMV - INV 800 S. GLENDORA AVENUE WEST COVINA, 91790
JOSE MARTINEZ 626 960 3002
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