Are you detail oriented, able to multi-task and a team player? Then you may be right for the limited term analyst position in the Document Management and Intake Unit. The analyst coordinates the printing and distribution of the Business and Property Taxes Law Guides and various forms which involves design, copy editing, proofreading, and approving final copy for printing and digital publication. The analyst will also be responsible for performing legislative costing. The Individual must possess strong interpersonal and analytical skills, be accurate and focused on detail Please call for a complete duty statement. This position is located in a high rise building. All applicants must complete and submit the supplemental questions below. Applications submitted without the supplemental questions will not be considered. All candidates with complete applications packets will be considered but SROA/Surplus candidates will be given priority.
1. Describe any experience you have related to forms management and design.
2. Describe any experience you have writing, proofreading and editing forms or other formal documents that required attention to detail.
3. Describe any experience you have working on multiple projects concurrently.
4. Describe a situation where you had to propose changes to a person or group of people based on set policies or procedures.
5. Describe an experience that required you to be flexible while under the pressure of stringent deadlines.
290 - 317 - 5157 - 900
External Affairs/E-Publishing Section
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External Affairs/E-Publishing Section 450 N Street, MIC: 58 Sacramento, CA 95814
Anita Stott (916) 322-6356
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