This position supports the California Department of Public Health’s (CDPH) mission and strategic plan by advancing the health and well-being of California’s diverse people and communities. As an employee of the Business Support Section, the incumbent serves as part of a team that provides technical contract oversight and assistance to local agencies, and facility oversight and maintenance of the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program to ensure a legally operable, fiscally sound, and financially credible statewide organization.
The incumbent works under the general supervision of the Chief, Facilities and Business Support Unit, Staff Services Manager I (SSM I). The Associate Governmental Program Analyst (AGPA), Business Support Analyst, performs the more responsible, varied, and complex technical analytical staff services assignments related to facilities management, business operations, and procurement administration. Provides technical assistance to WIC Division staff. Researches and guides WIC staff to ensure that WIC is following applicable federal and state regulations and guidelines with respect to business services and procurements. Provides business support and procurement development assistance with all other units of the WIC Program related to operational management and procurement activities. Oversees facility operations, coordinates office equipment purchases, installations, repairs, transfers, and surveys. Maintains state and federal property inventory and performs other facility-related duties, as necessary. Communicates with all appropriate levels of departmental personnel, other state agencies, and the public. Position may frequently involve lifting boxes weighing up to 25 pounds.
The attached duty statement indicates whether this position is eligible for telework. All employees who telework are required to be California residents in accordance with Government Code 14200, and may be required to report to a CDPH office, when needed. Candidates who reside outside of the state of California may be interviewed; however, the selected candidate must have a primary residency in the state of California prior to appointment (and continue to maintain California residency) as a condition of employment. Failure to meet this requirement may result in the job offer being rescinded.