Detailed? Team player? Creative? Then you may be right for the Document Management and Intake Unit analyst position in the ePublishing Section. This position supports the Board of Equalization’s (BOE) form intake and management program by acting as the agency’s single point of contact to input all work products into a centralized database designed to track, calendar, and describe all workload scheduled to be printed or mailed by the BOE Print and Mail Services Units. Individual must possess strong interpersonal and analytical skills, be accurate and focused on detail, develop innovative solutions, and have a desire to succeed. This position reports to the manager of the Document Management and Intake Unit and is located in a high rise building. All applicants will be considered; however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority. Training and Development assignments may be considered. The position is located in a high-rise building.
As part of the application process for the Associate Governmental Program Analyst, these supplemental questions must be submitted with your application and your response should be no longer than 2 pages.
1. Describe any experience you have working with a large volume of unique projects involving multi-disciplinary staff from various programs throughout an agency.
2. Describe what you think are the three most important skills required for success as an associate level analyst.
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ePublishing Section 450 N Street, MIC: 58 Sacramento, CA 95814
Anita Stott (916) 322-6356
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