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TULARE COUNTY HR & DEVELOPMENT

2500 W BURREL AVE
VISALIA , CA
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Administrative Services Officer I/II

TULARE COUNTY HR & DEVELOPMENT
VISALIA, CA Full time
Posted on April 1, 2018

lan, organize, assign and review fiscal administrative services; review and act on or recommend solutions for management problems in directing fiscal, monitor and control budgetary, fiscal and grant programs; prepare and/or assist in the preparation of the budget; study unit operations and make changes to effect more efficient operation of programs; prepare and revise rules and fiscal procedure manuals; supervise, train, and instruct staff, and prepare performance evaluations; review programs for compliance with contract regulations; make or recommend changes in systems and procedures to maintain compliance with regulations and to improve delivery of service; confer with other counties, County departments, and State agencies and staff on a variety of administrative issues; attend a variety of meetings, conferences and trainings, and make presentations regarding budget and other matters; conduct special administrative and feasibility studies; prepare reports and a variety of correspondence; review current and new legislation and recommend appropriate procedural/policy improvements and changes. Level II: formulate departmental policy in administrative services and business management; confer with the department head on major fiscal related administrative service problems; direct,  monitor  and control budgetary and fiscal programs; prepare the department budget; provide overall direction of office service units and activities; assist in the development and improvement of programs for the effective utilization of office space, forms, supplies, equipment and other property; prepare and revise rules and fiscal procedure manuals; supervise, train, and instruct staff in a variety of areas, and prepare performance evaluations; supervise the keeping of property records; pass upon or recommend the purchase of major items of new property or repair of existing property; review major programs for compliance with fiscal contract regulations; confer with other counties, County departments, State agencies, and staff on a variety of administrative service issues; attend a variety of meetings, including the Board of Supervisor's hearings, and make presentations regarding budget and other matters;  prepare reports and a variety of correspondence; review current and new legislation and recommend appropriate procedural/policy improvements and changes; make special administrative and feasibility studies.