New Job Department Of State Aide 6-E8 Brownstown #125 In Michigan
|Department of State Aide 6-E8 Brownstown #125
Department of State Aide 6-E8 Brownstown #125
Company : State of Michigan
Salary : Up to $200,000 a year
Location : Michigan
POSITION DUTIES - The Department of State Aide will service customers by reviewing requests, eligibility, and application requirements; processing transactions; educating customers on services and alternative methods; and working with a sense of purpose, urgency, and accuracy for Michigan citizens. Review additional information about the position's responsibilities here: Position Description Dos Aide 6-E8 (Download PDF reader)
APPOINTMENT TYPE/BENEFITS - This position is Full-Time. Therefore, you would be eligible to participate in the benefits offered by the state.
WORK SCHEDULE - As a Full-Time position, the incumbent(s) will work a varied schedule of 40+ hours per week. Occasional travel may be required for relief assignments at other branch offices. To be considered for these positions, please be advised that you must be available to work any of the following days/hours during your appointment:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
- Saturday: 8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
- Note: Employees may be required to work on Saturdays, in accordance with contractual agreements
Selected applicants for Branch Office positions have the opportunity to transfer to other branch offices within the Branch Operations Division once employed.
Educational level typically acquired through completion of high school.
Department of State Aide 6
No specific type or amount is required.
Department of State Aide 7
One year of experience equivalent to a Department of State Aide 6.
Department of State Aide E8
Two years of experience equivalent to a Department of State Aide, including one year equivalent to a Department State Aide 7.
You must apply for this vacancy through the NEOGOV system; click on "Apply" in the job posting for instructions in submitting your electronic application. Your application for any position does not guarantee that you will be contacted by the Department for further consideration. Only those applicants interviewed will be notified of the results.
Civil Service Commission Rule 2-7 requires that all newly hired state employees submit to and pass a pre-employment drug test prior to their actual appointment. Due to the nature of work of the Department of State criminal records will be checked. Any position offer will be conditional until results of the criminal background record checks indicate eligibility for employment.
CDLKTEX: Pursuant to the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Enhancement (CMVSE) Act and the requirements established by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), this designation requires a nationwide criminal history background check prior to position appointment. The employee, once appointed, is required to successfully complete a formal CDL training course, and knowledge test prior to certification as a CDL Knowledge Test Examiner. Additionally, the incumbent will be required to pass refresher training and examination every four years.
SECCHDPOS: Position requires incumbent to be a United States Citizen and pass a thorough background investigation to comply with Public Act 7 of 2008, Public Act 23 of 2008, and the Memorandum of Agreement between the State of Michigan and the Department of Homeland Security.
As part of the Department of State’s continued efforts to produce secure driver’s licenses and personal identification cards, state law (Public Act 7 of 2008) requires the Department to perform security checks on designated positions. This notice is to inform you that if you are appointed to a Security Checked Position, you must provide proof of U.S. Citizenship and continue to meet the requirements for the duration of the position. Employment may be terminated if U.S. Citizenship cannot be verified by the first day of employment. The following documents may be used to verify proof of citizenship*:
Original certified birth certificate issued by a government unit in the U.S. or U.S. territory
- Valid, unexpired U.S. passport
- Certificate of Citizenship (N-560, or N-561)
- Certificate of Naturalization (N-550, N-570 or N-578)
- Note: Photo identification must be provided. The current legal name and date of birth on the citizenship and identity documents should match. Spelling needs to match exactly. Date of birth needs to be an exact match. If the current legal name is different from the name on the birth certificate, the employee must show legal proof of the name change (i.e. original marriage license, divorce decree or court order).
View the job specification at: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/DepartmentofStateAide_12503_7.pdf (Download PDF reader)
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