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Under direction of the Executive Officer, State Athletic Commission, to supervise a staff engaged in the enforcement of the State law, rules and regulations of the State Athletic Commission regulating boxing and full contact martial arts events; to supervise and conduct investigations; to assume statewide administrative duties as directed; to act for the Executive Officer in his/her absence; and to do other related work.
Assists the Executive Officer in the administrative and managerial work of the State Athletic Commission; assists in the preparation of the Athletic Commission budget and the preparation of statistical reports; supervises the work of the staff engaged in the enforcement of the State law, rules and regulations of the Commission; supervises the conduct of boxing and full contact martial arts matches and exhibitions, and acts as the representative of the Commission; directs the investigation of applicants for licenses or of suspected violations of the law and rules of the Commission; confers with the public, representatives of the press, and with licensees regarding enforcement; conducts informal hearings concerning violations and recommends appropriate action to the Executive Officer and to the Commission; conducts, supervises and directs referees' meetings as required by law; supervises accounting for tax and other revenues collected on behalf of the Commission; supervises maintenance of the records for the Commission; attends Commission hearings; prepares and issues orders for attendance at Commission meetings and hearings; attends Commission meetings and prepares the minutes thereof; dictates correspondence and prepares reports.
One year of experience performing the duties of a Chief Athletic Inspector, or two years performing the duties of an Assistant Chief Athletic Inspector, or two years performing the duties of a Senior Special Investigator in the California state service.
Experience: Five years of experience as a Referee, Promoter, Manager, Boxing Official, Matchmaker, or Judge licensed with the State Athletic Commission or a recognized regulatory body of a State Athletic Commission, and one year of experience working in an administrative capacity.
Five years of experience performing investigative work, two years of which must have involved complete responsibility for difficult and unusual cases at a level comparable in responsibility to that of a Senior Special Investigator in the California state service.
Knowledge of: Boxing and full contact martial arts sports in California; methods used to evade the law and rules of the Commission; investigative and enforcement techniques; administrative and accounting principles; rules of evidence, and the procedures for holding hearings; principles of supervision and training; Department's Affirmative Action Program objectives; a supervisor's role in the Affirmative Action Program and the processes available to meet affirmative action objectives.
Ability to: Direct the work of others; interpret and apply provisions of the State law and of the rules and regulations of the Commission regulating boxing and the martial arts; estimate attendance and supervise checking of gate receipts at such events; conduct informal hearings, summarize evidence, and prepare rulings for approval of the Commission; dictate correspondence and prepare reports; effectively contribute to the Department's affirmative action objectives.
Demonstrated administrative ability, tact, firmness and keen observation.