Administrative Services Division
Office Locations: Sacramento.
Career Opportunities: Managers, Budget and Contracting Analysts, Personnel Services Specialists and Analysts, Specialists on Facility Management and Asset Planning, Accounting and Auditing, Information Technology Analysts, Printing Trades Specialists, Clericals and Student Assistants/Interns.
The mission of the Administrative Services Division is to provide assistance and support services to the departmentís line programs. The division ensures that the department complies with federal and state laws, rules, and regulations for all administrative functions. The division includes seven major organizational units:
Executive Unit houses the Directorís Office and provides various departmental services in support of records mangement, public information inquiries and legislatively mandated reports. This Unit also provides division-level technical and analytical support in the areas of training, budgeting, personnel, strategic planning, and information technology services for website development and maintenance, and minor database construction.
Personnel Programs provides consultation and support in the areas of hiring, promoting, disciplining, and separating employees; labor relations; health and safety and workersí compensation; and, the processing of payroll and benefits for all employees.
Budget Office prepares the departmentís annual budget and other financial documents, as well as provides technical assistance to program managers in carrying out the departmentís spending plan, including developing the baseline budget and budget change proposals.
Accounting Office performs all accounting functions for the department including: processing invoices, travel and other claims; deposits revenues; produces necessary financial reports; legal time reporting; and maintains the departmentís automated Accounting Information System.
Departmental Services Section provides technical and analytical support in contracts and purchasing, central services support, and printing and duplicating services to the Department.
Facilities Planning and Management Unit plans, acquires and manages the Departmentís statewide building facilities through coordination with the Department of General Services.
Telecommunications Unit provides technical support, system design, installation, and training of telecommunications systems and services owned by the Department. This Unit also provides expertise in state telecommunications policy, new service offerings, and current procedures and policy developments pertaining to the telecommunications industry.