Title: EXECUTIVE SECRETARY I Salary: $3,020.00 - $3,672.00 Posted: 06/19/2013
Under the direction of the Chief, Administrative Support Division (ASD), the incumbent performs a wide variety of administrative, confidential, complex, and responsible secretarial support functions and relieves the Chief of a variety of administrative details. The incumbent interacts with all levels of staff and management to meet workload needs and/or coordinates overlapping projects that involve all levels of staff and management. Works with the offices of the five elected constitutional Board Members, executive staff of the Board, District Administrators and Principals, and staff of other key state agencies. The incumbent must have strong organizational and interpersonal abilities in addition to being a team player dedicated to providing strong customer service while coordinating multiple projects. The position is located in a high rise building. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
In addition to the STD. 678 not more than a two-page typed response to the following questions must be submitted with your application.
1. How does your educational background, training and experience relate to this Executive Secretary I position?
2. Describe a situation in which you assisted a customer or client. What level of contact did you have with them? What specific actions did you take to assist the customer or client?
3. What are the steps you typically use to approach an assignment using principles of completed staff work?
4. What are the most important aspects of managing multiple high priorities?
290 - 391 - 1247 - 001
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Administration/Administrative Support 450 N Street, MIC: 21 Sacramento CA 95814
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