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Minimum Qualifications Current New York State employees who have permanent, contingent-permanent or 55b/c service as a Licensing Services Clerk and interested in reassignment OR current New York State employees who meet the qualifications stated below are encouraged to respond to this posting.
For appointment as a Licensing Services Clerk, SG-9: One year of permanent, contingent-permanent or 55b/c service in a clerical, secretarial or keyboarding title allocated to Grade 7 or higher and eligible for transfer under Section 70.1 of the Civil Service Law.
For appointment as a Licensing Services Clerk Trainee: One year of permanent, contingent-permanent or 55-b/c service in a clerical, secretarial or keyboarding title allocated to Grade 6 or higher and eligible for transfer under Section 70.1 of the Civil Service Law. After successful completion of the one year traineeship, incumbents will automatically advance to Licensing Services Clerk, SG-9.
Note: A comprehensive list of titles approved for transfer to a Licensing Services Clerk is available in the Division of Human Resources Management or through Civil Service GOT-IT at www.cs.ny.gov.
Duties Description • Examination and processing of various applications including: renewals, permits and license applications.
• Review applications to determine authenticity, acceptability and accuracy of documents; determine if the documents meet the requirements of applicable laws and department policy and procedures. Documents to be reviewed include, but are not limited to contracts of sale, leases, financials, diagrams, personal data forms and criminal records.
• The candidate will also be required to research SLA legacy systems for applicant and premises history with the Authority.
• The candidate must possess excellent written and oral communication. The position requires the candidate to answer questions from the public on the requirements of various license types. They will be required to send written communications to applicants explaining deficiencies within the application. The ability to write reports clearly and concisely based on the facts of an application is a must.
• The candidate will need to be able to research, read and interpret various ABC laws, rules, regulations and policies governing the licensing process.
• Candidates may be asked to assist with various additional tasks which include, but are not limited to data entry, scanning, license/permit issuance and occasional face to face contact with the public.
Some positions may require additional credentials or a background check to verify your identity.
31st Floor Corning Tower, Empire State Plaza
Notes on ApplyingPlease submit cover letter along with a clear and concise resume detailing how you meet the minimum qualifications for this position as listed in Specifics and indicate the Vacancy ID number for which you are applying.