Control Cashier (Vehicle Registration), Department of Motor Vehicles Series - CalHR

Control Cashier (Vehicle Registration), Department of Motor Vehicles Series

California State Personnel Board Specification

Series established July 28, 1992

Scope

This specification describes two levels of classes that maintain control over all funds and accountable items passing through a headquarter's vehicle registration processing unit. Control Cashiers I and II (Vehicle Registration) provide technical guidance to Motor Vehicle Technicians in the performance of vehicle registration cashiering and related auditing duties.

 

Control Cashier (Vehicle Registration), Department of Motor Vehicles Series Specification - Class Titles and Codes
Schem Code Class Code Class
CX36 8738 Control Cashier I (Vehicle Registration), Department of Motor Vehicles
CX37 8739 Control Cashier II (Vehicle Registration), Department of Motor Vehicles

*definition of Levels

Control Cashier I (Vehicle Registration)

Within designated units of the Department of Motor Vehicles' Division of Headquarters Operations, as determined by established allocation guidelines, incumbents receive, audit and deposit fees collected; perform the quality audit of registration transactions processed; maintain the office accountable item inventory; train Control Cashier relief personnel; and act as liaison between the unit and the Network Control Center. A Control Cashier�I (Vehicle Registration) may be assigned to assist a Control Cashier�II (Vehicle Registration) in one of the largest units.

Control Cashier II (Vehicle Registration)

These positions are located in designated units within the Division of Headquarters Operations, as determined by established allocation guidelines, incumbents perform the most complex control, audit, inventory, and equipment functions due to the heavy volume of transactions and fees collected; are responsible for the technical quality of the work of the staff who assist in the audit of technicians' work and collections; and function as a member of the management team.

 

*Additional information regarding major functions performed, numbers and types of items audited, inventory, and processors, are contained in a separate document titled "Control Cashier I and II (Vehicle Registration) Allocation Guidelines".

 

To determine the appropriate level of a specific Control Cashier position, refer to the allocation guidelines that have been developed for these classes.

Minimum Qualifications

Control Cashier I (Vehicle Registration)

Either I

 

Two years of experience in the California Department of Motor Vehicles performing the duties of either a Motor Vehicle Technician, six months of which must have been at the Range B level, or a Motor Vehicle Field Representative, six months of which must have been at the Range C level.

Or II

 

Three years of experience in a governmental or private agency in public contact work requiring knowledge of the regulations of the State of California governing the registration and transfer of motor vehicle ownership which must include at least one year of related cashiering experience. Experience in the California state service applied toward this requirement must include at least two years performing the duties at a level of responsibility equivalent to that obtained in the class of Motor Vehicle Technician, Range B.

Control Cashier II (Vehicle Registration)

Either I

 

Six months of experience in the California Department of Motor Vehicles performing the duties of a Control Cashier I (Vehicle Registration).

Or II

 

Eighteen months of experience in the California Department of Motor Vehicles performing the duties of either a Motor Vehicle Technician, Range B or Motor Vehicle Field Representative, Range C.

Or III

 

Four years of experience in a governmental or private agency in public contact work requiring knowledge of the regulations of the State of California governing the registration and transfer of motor vehicle ownership which must include at least one year of related cashiering experience. Experience in the California state service applied toward this requirement must include at least three years performing the duties at a level of responsibility equivalent to that obtained in the class of Motor Vehicle Technician, Range�B.

Knowledge and Abilities

Both Levels:

Knowledge of: California Vehicle Code sections and accounting regulations of the Department of Motor Vehicles relating to the collection, recording and processing of fees and disbursement of accountable items such as vehicle licenses, stickers, and plates relating to the registration and transfer of motor vehicle ownership; modern office procedures; the mission of the Department of Motor Vehicles and its activities; methods of auditing daily cashiering work; methods of handling, receipting for and maintaining records of monies received.

 

Ability to: Read and write English at a level required for successful job performance; apply the sections of the Vehicle Code and other laws including the Accounting Manual regulations of the Department of Motor Vehicles; analyze situations accurately and recommend an effective course of action; meet and deal with the public; operate a terminal device; effectively guide the work of others; operate electric adding machines; and communicate effectively.

Special Personal Characteristic

Ability to qualify for a fidelity bond.

Class History

Control Cashier (Vehicle Registration), Department of Motor Vehicles Series History - Dates Established, Revised, and Title Changed
Class Date Established Date Revised Title Changed
Control Cashier I (Vehicle Registration), Department of Motor Vehicles 07/28/1992 -- --
Control Cashier II (Vehicle Registration), Department of Motor Vehicles 07/28/1992 -- --

Updated 6/3/2012