BSCC Career Opportunities
The Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) provides leadership and support to local corrections systems in California. Our agency actively cultivates a positive, and supportive environment in the workplace to ensure that all staff members have the tools needed to complete our mission statewide. If you would like to be part of an agency that delivers leadership, excellence, and support to local corrections systems every day, please consider the following opportunities.
Under the supervision of the Office Services Supervisor II, the Office Technician (OT) performs a variety of the more difficult and technical general office work. The OT works independently or in a group setting to perform a variety of the most difficult duties and is expected to consistently exercise a high degree of initiative and independence in performing assigned tasks. The OT is required to have a willingness to independently check his or her own work for completeness and accuracy. The incumbent should have good customer service and ability to communicate effectively.
The incumbent will need to acquire an understanding of BSCC programs and policies as this is necessary for routing questions from the public to field representatives and analysts. The employee should have a working knowledge of Microsoft Programs including Word and Excel, and must be able to type at a speed of at least 40 words per minute.
Under the general supervision of the Administrative Officer, a Staff Services Manager I (SSM I), the incumbent is responsible for providing technical expertise, training, guidance, assistance and support to BSCC employees, supervisors and managers regarding BSCC’s personnel operations. The incumbent performs the full range of the most difficult and complex personnel analysis and tasks associated with a variety of projects related to position allocation, appropriate pay levels, organizational structure, recruitment, candidate eligibility, hiring, position control, vacancy reporting, classification and pay, labor relations and employee actions (corrective and adverse).
Additionally, the incumbent is responsible for advising and assisting BSCC management on personnel procedures, processes and policies, development and training related to personnel functions, preparing guidelines and memorandums and conducting special projects and assignments.
The incumbent demonstrates a positive attitude and a commitment to providing quality service that is accurate, timely, exceeds customer expectations, and maintains complete confidentiality.