Title: MOTOR VEHICLE REPRESENTATIVE Salary: $2,500.00 - $3,624.00 Posted: 10/13/2014
The Mandatory Actions Unit is a high paced environment requiring quick thinking and flexibility. The unit includes APS/DUI, public and field office phone coverage, and processing teams. Extended work hours and Saturday coverage may be required. Strong organizational, interpersonal, and analytical skills needed to make independent decisions. Will learn to interpret and apply provisions of the government and vehicle code and internal policies and procedures that relate to the withdrawal and release of driving privilege. Use effective communication skills when responding to customers via telephone coverage. PC skills and vehicle code knowledge are desirable. Mandatory overtime may be required due to operational needs.
If you are not currently in this classification, please indicate the basis of your eligibility for this classification on your application in the Explanations Section (e.g., transfer list, reinstatement).
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 be considered. “SROA/Surplus candidates are encouraged to apply.”.
MOTOR VEHICLE REPRESENTATIVE
525 - 255 - 1897 - 905
LOD - SACRAMENTO
Final Filing Date:
LOD - MANDATORY ACTIONS UNIT PO BOX 942890, M/S J233 SACRAMENTO, CA 94290-0001
CLAIRE SIMS 916 657 6591
1 PERMANENT FULL TIME POSITION
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