Under the supervision of the Supervising Special Investigator II (Area Commander), the Management Services Technician maintains/audits the Automated Investigative Management Systems (AIMS) for completeness and timeliness, researches CA Vehicle Code/Penal Code/DMV Policies & Procedures, Government Code, etc., for the Area Commander, prepares less difficult auditing/technical and related reports by compiling data from the district offices. Compiles/maintains Command Activity and Statistical Report (CASR) for Valley Area, tracks all Valley Area administrative cases/completed investigative reports/training documents/End Of Month reports and monthly expenditure reports, provides citizens of complaint process. Responsible for an assigned segment of budget and expenditure report, prepares monthly statistical and time reports, preparing/modifying written correspondence, assist in the completion of performance measures, represents the District on departmental committees. Assignment to special projects as directed. Act as backup to the Office Technician: answer phones, assist district offices with questions pertaining to Area procedures.
1 Permanent Full Time Position Available.
Pull Notice Program.
Other duties as required.
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.”
MANAGEMENT SERVICES TECHNICIAN
525 - 357 - 5278 - 001
Final Filing Date:
DMV - INV 2878 CAMINO DEL RIO SOUTH SAN DIEGO, 92108
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