The reporting location for this position is the Human Rights Office at Headquarters in Downtown Sacramento. This position will work under the direction of the Office Chief. This position provides primary technical support to the Human Rights Office Chief and staff. Primary Responsibilities include: word processing/typing assignments, maintaining files, office organization, sorting and prioritizing mail, ordering office supplies, mailing and photocopying, timekeeping, scheduling meetings, appointments and training. Common knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet programs is highly desirable. Priority consideration will be given to applicants receiving state public assistance under the CalWORKs program. Applicants who receive state public assistance need to identify their status as a CalWORKs recipient in the comments area on the application, and must submit a verification of their CalWORKs eligibility status, which may include the most recent Notice of Action showing TANF eligibility or a copy of the last aid check stub. If verification is not submitted with the application, the application will not be processed. (Applicants may obtain verification from the CalWORKs program). State housing is not available. For further information regarding this position, please contact Sharon Comas at (916) 653-9990.
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