Job Posting: Director, Office of Native American Affairs (C.E.A., A)

Department of Justice

JC-171405
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Director, Office of Native American Affairs (C.E.A., A)
C. E. A.

$7,442.00 - $10,696.00 per Month

Final Filing Date: 11/22/2019

Job Description and Duties

Under the general direction of the Attorney General and the Chief Deputy to the Attorney General, the incumbent is responsible for the strategic planning, organizing, and policy development for the Office of Native American Affairs (ONAA). This includes the development of a comprehensive strategy to reach tribal communities at a local, regional and statewide level; providing leadership, direction and policy recommendations for the Attorney General and Executive management; and to improve the government-to-government relationships with tribal governments. The incumbent facilitates and promotes a framework for statewide tribal and state partnerships that will encourage the coordination and collaboration between tribal, state, federal and local justice agencies. The incumbent works closely with state and federal agencies to advocate for the provision of funding in tribal communities to develop justice systems and provide recommendations and alternative actions in response to federal and state legislation and regulations. The incumbent researches educational efforts for tribal, state and local governments on topics related to justice in California’s Indian Country.

Please carefully read the following sections to apply for this position:

  • Required Application Documents
  • Desirable Qualifications
For more information on how to create your Statement of Qualifications, please click here. 


You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.

Minimum Requirements

This position does not have a Classification Specification. Requirements and qualifications for this position can be found in this announcement. For additional questions, please contact the hiring department listed below.

    Position Details

    Job Code #:
    JC-171405
    Position #(s):
    420-048-7500-XXX
    Working Title:
    Director, Office of Native American Affairs (C.E.A., A)
    Classification:
    C. E. A.
    $7,442.00 - $10,696.00 A
    # of Positions:
    1
    Work Location:
    Sacramento County
    Job Type:
    Career Executive Assignment - Non Tenured, Full Time

    Department Information

    • This position is located in the Department of Justice, Directorate Division (Office of Native American Affairs).
    • Please visit the Attorney General's website for more information at www.oag.ca.gov.

    Special Requirements

    A fingerprint check will be required.

    Application Instructions

    Completed applications and all required documents must be received or postmarked by the Final Filing Date in order to be considered. Dates printed on Mobile Bar Codes, such as the Quick Response (QR) Codes available at the USPS, are not considered Postmark dates for the purpose of determining timely filing of an application.

    Final Filing Date: 11/22/2019

    Who May Apply

    Individuals who are eligible to be appointed to this Career Executive Assignment (CEA) by the State of California.

    How To Apply

    Complete Application Packages (including your Examination/Employment Application (STD 678) and applicable or required documents) must be submitted to apply for this Job Posting. Application Packages may be submitted electronically through your CalCareer Account at www.CalCareers.ca.gov. When submitting your application in hard copy, a completed copy of the Application Package listing must be included. If you choose to not apply electronically, a hard copy application package may be submitted through an alternative method listed below:

    Address for Mailing Application Packages

    You may submit your application and any applicable or required documents to:

    Department of Justice
    Attn: Kelvin-Czar Tan
    Office of Human Resources/Testing & Selection Unit
    P.O. BOX 944255
    Sacramento, CA 94244-2550

    Address for Drop-Off Application Packages

    You may drop off your application and any applicable or required documents at:

    Department of Justice
    Office of Human Resources/Testing & Selection Unit
    1300 I Street, Main Lobby
    Sacramento, CA 95814
    Attn: Kelvin-Czar Tan
    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM

    Required Application Package Documents

    The following items are required to be submitted with your application. Applicants who do not submit the required items timely may not be considered for this job:

    • Current version of the State Examination/Employment Application STD Form 678 (when not applying electronically), or the Electronic State Employment Application through your Applicant Account at www.CalCareers.ca.gov. All Experience and Education relating to the Minimum Qualifications listed on the Classification Specification should be included to demonstrate how you meet the Minimum Qualifications for the position.
    • Resume is required and must be included.
    • Statement of Qualifications - A Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) is a narrative discussion regarding how the applicant’s education, training, experience, and skills meet the Desirable Qualifications for the position. In addition, the SOQ serves as documentation of each applicant’s ability to present information clearly and concisely in writing.In your SOQ, please address how you possess each Desirable Qualification using specific examples of your education, training, and experience. This will be the only tool used for determining your final score and rank on the eligibility list for this position. Please address and number the Desirable Qualifications in the same order as listed on this bulletin under the Desirable Qualifications section. The SOQ must be typed, single spaced, 12 point font, and no more than 2 pages in length. Applicants who do not follow these requirements may be disqualified from the examination. Cover letters and resumes do not take the place of SOQs. 
    • Other -

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    Applicants requiring reasonable accommodations for the hiring interview process must request the necessary accommodations if scheduled for a hiring interview. The request should be made at the time of contact to schedule the interview. Questions regarding reasonable accommodations may be directed to the EEO contact listed on this job posting.

    Examination Qualification Requirements

    All applicants must possess the knowledge and abilities, and any other requirements, described in this announcement.

    Note: Eligibility to take a CEA examination does not require current permanent status in the civil service.

    Minimum Qualifications

    CEA examinations are open to all applicants who possess the knowledge and abilities, and any other requirements as described in the examination bulletin.

    General Qualifications

    State civil service employees must possess essential general qualifications including integrity, initiative, dependability, good judgment, and ability to work cooperatively with others.

    Knowledge and Abilities

    Applicants must demonstrate the ability to perform high administrative and policy – influencing functions effectively. Such overall ability requires possession of most of the following more specific knowledge and abilities:

    Knowledge of the organization and functions of California State Government including the organization and practices of the Legislature and the Executive Branch; principles, practices, and trends of public administration, organization, and management; techniques of organizing and motivating groups; program development and evaluation; methods of administrative problem solving; principles and practices of policy formulation and development; personnel management techniques; the department's equal employment opportunity objectives; and a manager's role in the equal employment opportunity program.

    Ability to plan, organize, and direct the work of multidisciplinary professional and administrative staff; analyze administrative policies, organization, procedures, and practices; integrate the activities of a diverse program to attain common goals; gain the confidence and support of top level administrators and advise them on a wide range of administrative matters; develop cooperative working relationships with representatives of all levels of government, the public, and the Legislative and Executive Branches; analyze complex problems and recommend effective courses of action; prepare and review reports; and effectively contribute to the department's equal employment opportunity objectives.

    These knowledge and abilities are expected to be obtained from the following kinds of experience with substantial participation in the formulation, operation and/or evaluation of program policies (experience may have been paid or volunteer; in State service, other government settings, or in a private organization):

    CEA Level A - Responsible for broad administrative and program activities, including the execution and/or evaluation of program policies.

    CEA Level B - Responsible for extensive managerial and program administration or broad program manager experience with substantial participation in the formulation, operation, and/or evaluation of program policies.

    CEA Level C - Responsible for extensive highly professional influence and contributes to program, policy, and the methods to provide professional services needed to set policies, to meet the mission of the State department and often exercising technical and or professional skills that are required at this level.

    Desirable Qualifications

    In addition to evaluating each candidate's relative ability, as demonstrated by quality and breadth of experience, the following factors will provide the basis for competitively evaluating each candidate:
    1. Demonstrated ability to provide leadership and direction to improve the government-to-government relationships with tribal governments.
    2. Ability to advocate a legislative agenda that facilitates the health, safety and welfare through awareness and outreach for California's Native American population while working together for a greater understanding and improving relationships.
    3. Knowledge of the role of California's government and how that interacts with tribal governments.
    4. Ability to coordinate between tribal, state, federal and local justice agencies that would encourage the coordination and collaboration of efforts between these governing bodies.
    5. Ability to consult and maintain a successful relationship with the Native American community for the development of Department of Justice policies, positions and cooperative programs between tribes and the Department.
    6. Ability to advise the Attorney General on matters of importance to tribal governments and its citizens, such as the development of related policies, positions and proceedings.
    7. Knowledge of justice-related issues for California's Native American population in order to communicate tribal concerns about state policy issues.

    Examination Information

    The exam will consist of the Standard State Application (STD 678) and Statement of Qualifications screening process and possible interviews.  A departmental evaluation committee will screen applications and Statements of Qualifications based on the identified minimum qualifications, the desirable qualifications for the position, and the competitive nature of each candidate’s relevant knowledge, skills, and experience. 

     

    If you meet the requirements stated in this announcement, you may take this competitive examination. Possession of the Examination Qualifications requirements does not assure a place on the eligible list. Your performance in the examination will be compared with the performance of others who take this examination, and all successful candidates will be ranked according to their scores.

    A minimum rating of 70% must be attained in the Examination to obtain list eligibility for this position. All candidates will receive written notification of their examination results.

    The results of this examination will only be used to fill this position. Applications will be retained for twelve months.

    Hiring interviews for the Job may be conducted with the most qualified candidates.

    The examining Department reserves the right to revise the examination plan to better meet the needs of the service, if the circumstances under which this examination was planned change. Such revision will be in accordance with civil service law and rules and all competitors will be notified.

    Special Testing Arrangements

    If you have a disability and need special testing arrangements, answer the Reasonable Accommodations question appropriately on your Application (STD 678). You will be contacted to make specific arrangements. Questions regarding reasonable accommodations may be directed to the EEO contact listed on this announcement.

    Contact Information

    The Human Resources Contact is available to answer questions regarding the position or application process.

    Human Resources Contact:
    Kelvin-Czar Tan
    (916) 210-7226
    Kelvin.Tan@doj.ca.gov

    Please direct requests for Reasonable Accommodations to the interview scheduler at the time the interview is being scheduled. You may direct any additional questions regarding Reasonable Accommodations or Equal Employment Opportunity for this position(s) to the Department's EEO Office.

    EEO Contact:
    EEO Officer
    (916) 210-7580
    EERROffice@doj.ca.gov
    California Relay Service: 1-800-735-2929 (TTY), 1-800-735-2922 (Voice) TTY is a Telecommunications Device for the Deaf, and is reachable only from phones equipped with a TTY Device.

    Equal Opportunity Employer

    The State of California is an equal opportunity employer to all, regardless of age, ancestry, color, disability (mental and physical), exercising the right to family care and medical leave, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, military or veteran status, national origin, political affiliation, race, religious creed, sex (includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and related medical conditions), and sexual orientation.

    It is an objective of the State of California to achieve a drug-free work place. Any applicant for state employment will be expected to behave in accordance with this objective because the use of illegal drugs is inconsistent with the law of the State, the rules governing Civil Service, and the special trust placed in public servants.

    Application Methods:
    Electronic (Using your CalCareer Account)
    By Mail
    Drop-off