Administrative Services Manager II – Office of the Defender General
The Office of the Defender General (ODG) is seeking a self-motivated Administrative Services Manager II to provide administrative services for our department. Reporting to the Financial Director I, this position will act as a key member of our collegial and dedicated department.
In this role you will have responsibility for overseeing all administrative services for our department. You will support the department by taking responsibility for a wide range of tasks, including: property and space management; overseeing procurement of goods and services; safety and security issues; asset management; fleet management; and reviewing organizational structure and policies and procedures. You will also serve as the liaison between the ODG and a variety of third parties and other departments, including the State’s Record Center and Buildings and General Services. You will also provide financial and accounting support to the department, working in collaboration with the department’s Financial Director I and Financial Specialist III. You may also assist with department-wide trainings, caseload tracking and reporting, and legislative scheduling as needed.
Additional information regarding the position can be found on our website.
This is an exempt, pay grade 26 (salary range: $61,963 – $97,156) position with State benefits. The State’s total compensation package features an outstanding set of employee benefits. You can read more about the benefits of State employment here.
To apply, please email a cover letter and resume by Friday, April 14th to Gina Puls, HR & Special Counsel, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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