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Manuel Flores, Acting Secretary  
Pat Quinn, Governor
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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT I 

Performs a variety of clerical functions that relate to the responsibility of an agency operational administrative position; or, performs a variety of routine and non-sensitive functions for the Director or Chairman of a Department.  This position requires:

  • Knowledge and skill equivalent to completion of four (4) years of college, preferably with courses in public or business administration.
     
  • One (1) year of professional experience in a public or private organization; or, completion of an agency approved professional management training program.
     
  • In addition to having a written and spoken knowledge of the English language, candidates may be required to speak and write a foreign language at a colloquial skill level in carrying out position duties in conjunction with non-English speaking individuals.
 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II 

Position has the same duties and requirements as an Administrative Assistant I, with an additional requirement:

  • Two (2) years of professional experience in a public or private organization.
 

OFFICE ASSOCIATE

Performs a variety of complex, specialized clerical information and assistance, typing, record processing, and secretarial and general office support functions; and, may serve as a lead worker to a small or moderate staff engaged in difficult and responsible clerical work.  This position requires:

  • Knowledge and skill equivalent to completion of high school, and two (2) years of office experience.
     
  • Extensive knowledge of composition, grammar, spelling and punctuation.
     
  • Working knowledge of basic mathematics.
     
  • The ability to follow oral or written instructions.
     
  • The ability to operate commonly used manual and automated office equipment
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  • Skill in typing accurately.
     
  • In addition to having a written and spoken knowledge of the English language, candidates may be required to speak and write a foreign language at a colloquial skill level in carrying out position duties in conjunction with non-English speaking individuals.
 

OFFICE COORDINATOR

Performs paraprofessional or technical secretarial and office support functions; paraprofessional or technical work is coordinative in nature and involves the application of advanced technical knowledge of a major software application program and/or a combination of high level clerical and low level professional work.  This position requires:

  • Knowledge and skill equivalent to completion of two (2) years of secretarial/business college or completion of high school; and, two (2) years of related office experience or two (2) years of independent business experience.
     
  • Extensive knowledge of basic mathematics.
     
  • Working knowledge of the logic of computer programs/language.
     
  • The ability to follow oral or written instructions.
     
  • The ability to operate commonly used manual and automated office equipment.
     
  • May require skill in typing accurately.
     
  • In addition to having a written and spoken knowledge of the English language, candidates may be required to speak and write a foreign language at a colloquial skill level in carrying out position duties in conjunction with non-English speaking individuals.
 

EXAMINER TRAINEE

Under direct supervision, for a period of six (6) to twelve (12) months, receives training and completes assignments to acquire knowledge and skills requisite for examining books, and any other records relative to the establishment, operation, consolidation, or dissolution of financial institutions to include, but not limited to: banks, savings and loans, currency exchanges, credit unions or consumer credit organizations.  This position requires:

  • Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of twelve (12) semester hours in business coursework (such as finance, mathematics, economics, statistics, business, marketing, accounting, or computer science) with at least six (6) hours in accounting.
     
  • Elementary knowledge of business administration practices as related to financial institutions.
     
  • Elementary knowledge of basis economic theory and principles.
     
  • Elementary knowledge of accounting theory, principles, practices and financial auditing techniques.
     
  • Elementary knowledge of electronic data processing as utilized in financial institutions.
     
  • The ability to successfully perform on-the-job training assignments.
     
  • The ability to learn and retain knowledge of applicable state and federal statutes and regulations.
     
  • The ability to acquire and maintain skill and knowledge to conduct examinations of financial institutions.
     
  • The ability to acquire and maintain knowledge of securities and collateral held by financial institutions.
     
  • The ability to acquire and maintain knowledge of the operation and management of financial institutions.
     
  • The ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with officials of the industry being regulated.
     
  • The ability to recognize existing and potential problems based upon established procedures and criteria.
     
  • The ability to communicate effectively in oral and written form.
     
  • The ability to compose written reports in a logical and concise manner.
     
  • The ability to acquire knowledge which pertains to lending policies, appraisal techniques and management concepts.
     
  • The ability to react effectively and efficiently under stressful conditions.
 

LICENSING INVESTIGATOR

Serves as an investigator in-training, receiving job guidance while assisting experienced licensing investigations with record searches and analysis of case documents; receives on-the-job training to become familiar with the licensing laws, rules regulations, and investigative procedures for documenting violations of the State’s licensing laws; and, may testify in court or administrative hearings offering case facts in substantiation of a licensing disciplinary action.  This position requires:

  • Knowledge and skill equivalent to the completion of four (4) years of high school.
     
  • One (1) year investigative experience in law enforcement or a related field.
     
  • Elementary knowledge of the State’s professional and vocational licensing laws and regulations.
     
  • Elementary knowledge of investigative procedures and practices, and documentation of case evidence.
     
  • Elementary knowledge of judicial rules of evidence to collect legally admissible evidence.
     
  • The ability to prepare detailed written reports based on findings of investigations to be filed with the State’s Attorney for prosecution; or, for use as a basis for a license revocation proceeding by the Department.
     
  • The ability to understand, interpret and explain statutory requirements, rules, regulations and procedures.
     
  • The ability to conduct outside interrogations.
     
  • A valid driver’s license.
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