The Board of Equalization, Human Resources Division, is looking for an Associate Governmental Program Analyst to join an outstanding team devoted to training BOE employees in a variety of topics. (will consider Staff Services Analyst for recruitment purposes). There are two positions available. Experience in developing and/or updating curriculum and training any of the following is a plus: professional development classes (such as grammar, writing, and communication); classes for supervisory personnel (such as coaching, performance problem solving, and conflict management) and the suite of Microsoft desktop applications. The candidate should have excellent communication skills, the ability to encourage, inspire, and motivate, with a passion for excellence. Under the direction of the Staff Services Manager I, the incumbent, in coordination with the Training Officers, will develop, organize, and execute training classes and programs designed to enhance the productivity of BOE’s workforce using a variety of methods (including but not limited to lecture, remote web training, and videotape solutions). Travel required 10% of the time. This position is located in Natomas, with free parking, close to shopping and numerous restaurants. To be considered for this position and be granted an interview, you must submit your application and complete the supplemental questionnaire provided below. The duty statement is available to view. All applicants will be considered, however SROA/Surplus will be given priority. The position may become permanent pending available funding.
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ASSOCIATE GOVERNMENTAL PROGRAM ANALYST $4,400.00 - $5,508.00
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