This position is located at the DMV Investigations District Office in Cerritos. The Investigations Division is seeking an enthusiastic and dependable professional with a positive attitude for public contact and customer service.
The incumbent will directly support the activities and responsibilities of an area command, district office, and headquarters units; collect, organize and analyze documents related to assigned cases; schedule appointments with applicants through phone and/or written formats; conduct in-person interviews with applicants and verify documents presented to authenticate applicant’s identity which may require a bilingual capability and/or ability to work with a translator; assists investigations offices with the more routine phases of administrative and criminal licensee enforcement investigations which includes gathering and analyzing evidence, and formulating graphs and charts to assist in the preparation of reports of investigation; load, transport, catalog and store evidence; assist in search warrant execution after the area is secured, assist on surveillance in a support capacity; monitor statistics and prepare reports through use of various databases; and perform other duties as required.
- Ability to: Interpret and apply laws and regulations to specific situations; gather and analyze facts and evidence; reason logically, draw valid conclusions, and make appropriate recommendations; communicate effectively; prepare written documents and accurate detailed investigation reports clearly and concisely; follow written and oral instructions; participate effectively in investigations and interviews; and establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with Federal, State, local law enforcement agencies, and others.
- Knowledge of: Investigation techniques and procedures; rules of evidence and court procedures; laws of arrest, search and seizure; legal rights of citizens; and service of legal process.
Qualification & Experience:
Education: Equivalent to completion of two years of college (60 semester units) with a major in criminal justice, law enforcement, criminology, administration of justice, or police science. (Students who have completed at least 30 semester units of college will be admitted to the examination, but they must produce evidence of completion of the required 60 semester units before they can be considered eligible for appointment.)
Company: California Department of Motor Vehicles
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Los Angeles, CA, US
Application Deadline: N/A