Prepare complex correspondence, forms, reports, and memorandums from draft to final product. This includes editing, formatting, proofreading for appropriate vocabulary, grammar and spelling in accordance with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Secretarial Handbook.
Copy, file and fax various documents for LIT staff. Ensure incoming faxes are documented in the log book.
Serve as back up to the receptionist during absences, breaks and lunch periods. This involves greeting and directing visitors and/or callers to the appropriate LIT staff, referring visitors/callers to the appropriate program for assistance or taking messages as necessary; and opening and date stamping incoming mail.
Inventory incoming office supplies to ensure order was complete, arrange with the vendor to exchange and/or return items incorrectly received, prepare the Goods Received Report in BIS.
Other duties as required which may include independently working on special projects for the Assistant Chief Counsel, Attorneys and other LIT staff.
Applicants must be reachable on any State hiring list for Office Technician (Typing), or must be a current State employee eligible to transfer. Please state your eligibility in the 'Explanation' box on page one of the application and include CalHR exam results, if applicable. Applicants will be screened and only the most qualified applicants will be interviewed.
All hires are subject to hiring freeze and/or budget approval
Office Technician (Typing)
065 - 400 - 1139 - 006
Final Filing Date:
Legal Access Support Team 1515 S Street, 314S Sacramento, CA 95811
Cindy White or Kim Laret 916-445-0495
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