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Contractors State License Board Looking for
Next Great Leader to Help Run Enforcement Division

SACRAMENTO — A great leadership opportunity is available in the Contractors State License Board (CSLB) Enforcement division, one of the highest regarded enforcement teams in California state government.

The Deputy Chief of Enforcement (Staff Services Manager III) job opening is ideal for a person who, as second in charge, can manage a statewide staff of more than 200, and oversee, direct, and guide CSLB’s many enforcement programs and initiatives. Among its various tasks, the Enforcement division receives, processes, and investigates more than 18,000 complaints per year, and manages a program that enforces state contracting laws.

The Deputy Chief also is responsible for providing sound recommendations and expert consultation to the Chief of Enforcement; developing policy, establishing performance standards and goals; monitoring staff performance measures; and directing staff toward achieving CSLB’s goals of workforce excellence and organizational effectiveness.

This position includes access to Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI). Title 11, section 703(d) of the California Code of Regulations requires criminal record checks of all personnel who have access to CORI; thus, candidates will be required to submit fingerprints to the Department of Justice and be cleared before hiring.

Applications are being accepted until August 21, 2015. The monthly salary has five standard steps that range from $7,088.00 to $8,048.00.

PLEASE NOTE: To apply, you either must be a current state employee with status in the Staff Services Manager III classification or be able to transfer laterally from an equivalent class, a former State employee who can reinstate into this classification, or are reachable on a current employment list for this classification.

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