Title: MOTOR VEHICLE REPRESENTATIVE Salary: $2,500.00 - $3,624.00 Posted: 08/18/2014
The Fremont Field Office is seeking an enthusiastic, dependable, fast learner with great customer skills. Position exists in a busy field office dealing with direct public contact providing customer service which may include driver licensing and identification card processing, vehicle registration, and cashiering. Handling of confidential records is required. Knowledge of personal computer and office equipment is preferred.
Skills to meet job requirements at entry level are verbal communication, interpersonal skills, learning ability, mathematical and cashiering.
1 Permanent Full Time position available.
Extended hours may be required.
Please mail applications only.
All eligible candidates may apply, however, hiring preference will be given to eligible permanent intermittent MVFRs based on seniority within the above designated geographical/organizational area. Post and Bid applicants are required to submit a State application (STD 678) marked with Post and Bid and this bulletin number. A training and development assignment will not be considered. “This position(s) may be subject to allocation approval by the Human Resources Branch.” 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. A training and development assignment will not be considered. “SROA/Surplus candidates are encouraged to apply.”
MOTOR VEHICLE REPRESENTATIVE
525 - 644 - 1897 - 727
FOD - FREMONT
Final Filing Date:
DMV - FOD - REGION II 4287 CENTRAL AVENUE FREMONT, 94536
POST & BID: M-14-0144
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