ETP is currently recruiting for a Staff Services Analyst for our Sacramento Regional Office, who enjoys working in a challenging, fast-paced, high profile environment of multiple high priority assignments, with demonstrated communication and customer service skills.
All candidates must submit a STD 678, State Application, along with a Statement of Qualifications (SOQ). Applications received without the SOQ will not be considered. The SOQ should be in narrative form no more than two (2) pages in length, with a font size no smaller than 10 point.
Candidates will be rated on the content of the SOQs as well as their written communication skills. The content of the SOQ should provide the hiring manager with sufficient details to demonstrate your ability to fulfill the duties of an SSA in the Sacramento Regional Office.
The SOQ should address analytical skills. Desirable qualifications include a familiarity with business entity formation, strong Internet research skills, experience in data management, good external customer communications skills, and the ability to work under deadline pressure.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit a completed STD 678 State application stating the basis (list, reinstatement, transfer) of your eligibility in the Explanations box. You must note “ATTN: SRO” on your application to be considered for this position. If your eligibility is based on an examination, you should submit a copy of your examination results with your application. Applications received without ALL the requested information will NOT be considered for an interview.
This position is subject to the rules of the Surplus/SROA program. Surplus/SROA candidates MUST attach a copy of their Surplus/SROA designation
letter with their STD 678, State Application.
For a complete job description, please see department link: http://www.etp.ca.gov
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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