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Contractors State License Board is Hiring for New Central California Enforcement Unit

State holding open exams for positions with annual salaries starting at $47,220.

The Contractors State License Board (CSLB) is looking for people interested in working in its new Central California Enforcement Unit, based in Fresno. CSLB is looking to fill five Enforcement Representative I (ER I) positions on its Statewide Investigative Fraud Team (SWIFT). The team members will be based in the Fresno, Bakersfield, Monterey and San Luis Obispo/Santa Barbara areas. The salary ranges for the positions are from $3,935 to $5,209 per month.

CSLB's enforcement goal is to reduce, eliminate, or prevent unlicensed activity and unprofessional conduct that pose a threat to public health, safety, and welfare. ER I's supporting this new unit will focus on enforcing the state's contractor laws, with a special emphasis on combating unlicensed activity. They will also be responsible for investigating complaints and recommending appropriate action. ER I's will also gain and maintain the confidence and cooperation of law enforcement officials and officers. They also review contractors' license applications and coordinate industry expert inspections to ensure compliance with state contracting laws. ER I's also participate in the CSLB's Speakers Bureau, informing and instructing consumers, licensees, and government agencies about state contracting laws.

Applicants must have a valid driver's license prior to being hired. They must be willing to work odd and irregular hours and travel will be required.

In order to qualify to take the state examination for these positions, applicants must meet the one of or a combination of the following criteria:

  • Two years of construction trade school; or four years of journey-level experience in building and construction trades, independent field investigation, or a combination of the two.
  • Equivalent to Graduation from college, preferably with a major in law enforcement or a field related to public or business administration (College seniors registered in a recognized institution will be admitted to the exam, but must submit proof of graduation or equivalency before being hired);
  • One year of experience working for CSLB, performing duties equivalent in a level of responsibility to a Consumer Services Representative;

ER I examinations are administered on a continual basis in Sacramento and Los Angeles. Those who meet the requirements to take the exam will be notified of their test time and location at least two weeks before their scheduled test date.

How to Apply

To apply for an exam, you need to fill out a state application (Form STD 678). You can download the form online at: http://www.jobs.ca.gov.

Mail to:

Department of Consumer Affairs
Attn: Selection Services
PO BOX 980428
West Sacramento, CA 95798-0428

Hand Deliver to:

Department of Consumer Affairs
Attn: Selection Services
1625 N Market Blvd, Suite N321
Sacramento, CA 95834

If you have any questions about this exam or the exam process, please contact the Department of Consumer Affairs, Selection Services & Recruitment Unit at (916) 574-8370. Learn more about CSLB by visiting www.cslb.ca.gov.

 

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