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The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) for the District of Columbia works to protect and defend District residents, enforce District laws, and provide legal advice to D.C. government agencies. Karl A. Racine leads OAG as the first elected Attorney General of the District of Columbia. Reelected to a second term, AG Racine has pledged to continue our work to vigorously protect our residents, advance the District’s interests in court, and become recognized as the nation’s most effective and respected public law office. Support Services Specialist:
- Assists with the establishment, implementation and update of policies and standard operating procedures for mail management, fleet management, office supplies, furnishings, and equipment acquisitions.
- Prepares monthly, yearly, and routine correspondence and reports to include statements of work.
- Recommends procedural changes to improve workflow processes.
- Is responsible for the implementation and establishment of processing agency mail and special packages including receipt, metering/postage, dispatch and control of packages, mail, and all other forms of written or printed communications. Acquires and maintains reference publications for use in purchase of office supplies, furnishings, and equipment.
- Provides transportation to designated staff for essential government business and ensures that vehicles are prepared for use. Monitors and keeps record of government vehicle usage and develops reports as necessary. Ensures routine and necessary maintenance is performed on fleet.
- Arranges for and performs such services as printing, publication, and in-house reproduction services. Maintains stock levels, purges, and properly disposes of items no longer in use (e.g. periodicals and publications). Serves as first point of contact for all technical aspects of printing and publishing requirements.
- Assists in planning and coordinating relocation of agency employees between offices and locations. Schedules and directs contract laborers in the physical relocation and set up of new office space.
- Candidates must have at least one (1) year of specialized experience equivalent to the CS-11 grade level in the District of Columbia government service. This experience could have been obtained in the public or private sector.
- Specialized experience is defined as experience that provided you with the particular knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully perform the duties of a Support Services Specialist.
Company: DC Government
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Functions: Information Technology
Job Location: Baltimore, MD, US
Application Deadline: N/A