Under the general direction of the Cashiering Manager, the Office Service Supervisor II (Cashiering Supervisor) is responsible for supervising a medium to large unit of office technicians and office assistants, and during peak workload periods, additional permanent intermittent and/or seasonal staff. The OSS-II is responsible for planning, organizing and directing to their timely and satisfactory conclusion all cashiering functions of the unit. Applications must be received by final filing date. The position is located in a high rise building. The position requires the incumbent to be fingerprinted. A LEAP Certification List will be utilized. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
Special Requirements: In addition to the STD 678, responses to the following questions must be submitted with your state application.
1. Describe your experience in a team environment supervising a group of individuals. In your response, please include the number of employees that you supervised, the specific functions and activities that you managed, and your role and responsibilities as a supervisor. In your response, indicate where your experience was acquired.
2. Describe your supervisory style and why you are qualified for this position.
3. Describe your experience with electronic check scanning and balancing bank deposits. Please be as specific as possible.
Pending HRD approval.
290 - 392 - 1150 - 002
Final Filing Date:
Cashiers Unit 450 N Street, MIC: 08 Sacramento, CA 95814
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