All applicants will be considered, however SROA/Surplus candidates must be given priority. Are you energetic and have supervisory experience and/or worked in a Human Resources office? Are you a leader? Do you enjoy working in a fast paced environment? If you are up for the challenge, the Board of Equalization’s Health and Safety Section has an opening for a Staff Services Manager I. Candidates must possess excellent leadership skills, including; but not limited to, good communication, planning and organizational skills. Excellent service to internal and external customers. The incumbent will lead a great team of Analysts and Sr. Personnel Specialists who are responsible for providing guidance, consultation, recommendations, and training to supervisors and managers on Workers’ Compensation, Ergonomics, Wellness, return-to-work, FMLA/CFRA and the Employee Assistance Program. Travel is required 5% of the time. The position is located in a high-rise building.
TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION AND BE GRANTED AN INTERVIEW, YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION AND A COMPLETED SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE PROVIDED BELOW. THE LINK TO THE DUITY STATEMENT IS ALSO PROVIDED.
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Admin/HRD/Health & Safety Section
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Admin/HRD/Health & Safety Section 450 N Street MIC: 16 Sacramento, CA 95814
Lisa Dobbins (916) 324-0634
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