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Under the direction of the Executive Officer, State Athletic Commission, in an assigned district, to have charge of the work of enforcing the State law and the rules and regulations of the State Athletic Commission regulating boxing, and full-contact martial arts, including the direction of a group of Inspectors; and to do other related work.
Directs the work of a number of Athletic Inspectors engaged in enforcing the laws and regulations under which the State Athletic Commission operates; accepts applications for licenses and makes recommendations regarding their issuance; investigates or supervises the investigating of applications for licenses and forwards reports of findings to the Executive Officer; collects fines and purses withheld from contestants as penalties or forfeitures, and forwards such monies to the Commission; approves the duty assignments of required officials for bouts held within his/her assigned district; directs the conduct of special investigations; reviews and evaluates the performance of subordinates; directs the training of subordinates; reviews and approves contracts falling within the purview of the Commission; interprets provisions of the law for Inspectors and instructs them in proper methods of enforcement; reviews referees' and Inspectors' reports, for completeness and compliance and forwards them to the office of the Commission; attends boxing, and full-contact martial arts matches and reviews the work of Inspectors, including the making of attendance estimates and the checking of cash receipts and percentage totals; instructs club officials, managers, and other interested groups and individuals regarding the requirements of the law and the rules regulating boxing, and full-contact martial arts matches; submits reports to the Executive Officer on work in the district; appears and testifies at disciplinary hearings involving boxers, and other persons licensed by the Commission; directs the preparation of analyses and summaries for committee meeting agenda items, proposed regulations and legislative bill analyses.
One year performing the duties of an Assistant Chief Athletic Inspector or Senior Special Investigator or two years performing the duties of a Special Investigator in the California state service.
Broad and extensive (more than three years) experience in boxing, or full-contact martial arts as a licensed promoter, matchmaker, booking agent, referee, judge, or manager with the State Athletic Commission or two years performing the duties comparable to the Assistant Chief Athletic Inspector for a regulatory body recognized by the Commission.
Broad and extensive experience (more than three years) in the conduct of fraud investigations in a law enforcement agency.
Knowledge of: The State law and rules and regulations of the State Athletic Commission regulating boxing, and full-contact martial arts matches; investigative techniques and procedures; rules of evidence and court procedure; contracts; basic principles of supervision and training; attendant procedure, equipment, and terminology; methods employed by promoters, managers, club officials, and boxers in evading the law; Commission'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: Read and write English at a level required for successful job performance; interpret and apply the provisions of the State laws and rules and regulations of the State Athletic Commission regulating boxing, and full-contact martial arts matches; detect methods employed by promoters, managers, club officials, and boxers in evading the law; make attendance estimates and supervise the checking of gate receipts; instruct Inspectors in the methods of enforcing the laws regulating boxing, and full-contact martial arts; plan, organize and direct the work of others; maintain cooperative relations with persons contacted in the course of the work; analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action; effectively contribute to the Commission's affirmative action objectives.
Demonstrated supervisory ability, keenness of observation, firmness, and tact.
Education equivalent to completion of the 12th grade.