Under direction, to supervise vehicle registration and driver license activities in an assigned field office as well as in other field offices and travel points; and to do other related work.
This is the working supervisor in a Department of Motor Vehicles field office. Incumbents supervise a staff of two to six employees. Incumbents are fully qualified in all technical and administrative work encountered in a field office.
Supervises, trains and evaluates subordinates performing vehicle registration, driver licensing and related work; serves as relief to the office manager and other supervisory personnel; travels to outlying offices or travel points; writes letters and memoranda; makes reports concerning work performed and makes recommendations on the completion of unusual work items or on improving work methods; performs vehicle registration, driver license and related activities; and maintains good public relations at all times.
One year of experience performing the duties of a (1) Licensing- Registration Examiner, Department of Motor Vehicles; (2) Control Cashier (Motor Vehicle Services), Department of Motor Vehicles; (3) Control Cashier (Vehicle Regis tration), Department of Motor Vehicles; or (4) Motor Vehicle Program Supervisor II.
Two years of experience performing the duties of a (1) Motor Vehicle Field Representative, Range C; (2) Motor Vehicle Technician, Range B; or (3) Motor Vehicle Program Supervisor I.
Three years of experience in a governmental or private agency performing duties emphasizing discussion with the public and providing knowledge of the regulations of the California Department of Motor Vehicles programs as they related to vehicle registration and/or the licensing of drivers. (In California state service, experience shall be at or above the Motor Vehicle Field Representative, Range B, level.) (College education may be substituted for the required general experience on the basis of one year of education for six months of general experience.)
Knowledge of: Sections of the California Vehicle Code and other laws and regulations of the Department of Motor Vehicles relating to the registration and ownership of motor vehicles; issuance of driver licenses; organizations, functions, policies, and procedures of the Department of Motor Vehicles; correct methods of cashiering and accounting of money; principles of effective supervision and office management; Department's Affirmative Action Program objectives; a manager's role in the Affirmative Action Program and the processes available to meet affirmative action objectives.
Ability to: Interpret and convey the requirements of the California Vehicle Code and related laws and regulations with special emphasis on sections relating to the registration and ownership of vehicles and licensing of drivers; apply principles of effective supervision and office management; supervise and train other employees; effectively contribute to the Department's affirmative action objectives; establish and maintain courteous and effective working relationships with the public and co-workers.
The ability to quickly adjust to rapidly changing situations and work in a wide variety of assignments. In positions that require the giving of driving tests: a satisfactory driving record; normal hearing; 20/25 vision with both eyes, and 20/30 in the poorest eye, with or without correction; physical agility and mental alertness sufficient to permit work in and around various types of motor vehicles with safety.
Education equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade. Experience with both the registration of motor vehicles and the licensing of drivers is desirable.
Possession of a valid Class 3 or, effective 1/1/89, a Class C (passenger vehicle), California driver license or above.