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State of California Hiring Division of Equipment Chief

March 13, 2017 - Press Release

The State of California is hiring a Division of Equipment Chief to manage the production, procurement, and maintenance of mobile equipment for the Department of Transportation (Caltrans). 

Caltrans' Division of Equipment includes more than 12,000 vehicles and 700 employees. The Division Chief is responsible for developing and implementing policies related to the use and optimization of state vehicles, ensuring compliance with the Division of Procurement and Contracts' delegated procurement authority and Caltrans policies, and sucessful management of the Division of Equipment'a $200 million budget.

Applicants must demonstrate the ability to perform high-level administrative and policy-influencing functions effectively. A Statement of Qualifications must be submitted along with the application, discussing the applicant's education, training, experience, and skills and how they qualify the applicant for the position.

The final filing date is April 3, 2017. Read the full job description here

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