The Virginia Department of State Police is seeking qualified applicants for an Office Services Specialist position in the Criminal Justice Information Services Division, located at State Police Headquarters in Chesterfield County, Virginia. This is a Non-Exempt position; therefore, this position is subject to the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
DUTIES: Receives, processes, and performs checklist on incoming expungement petitions with fingerprint cards. Conducts inquiries by comparing petitioner's request for charges to be expunged against the database files. Receives, reviews, and logs court ordered expungement of records to determine if records meet statutory requirements for removal. Maintains a tracking system of outstanding expungements to monitor criminal justice agencies timeliness of compliance. Observes status of delinquent expungements to assure closing procedures are followed according to regulations. Collaborates in the preparation of establishing new or revised procedures. Performs routine office tasks to include assisting with challenges when normal protocol is unavailable. Provides guidance and assistance by telephone to courts and law enforcement agencies to ensure proper expungement procedures are followed. Responds to agency request for assistance by interpreting the regulations and code of Virginia to criminal justice agencies and other users via telephone or correspondence.
QUALIFICATIONS: Demonstrated knowledge of office practices and procedures and use of Microsoft Office Suite or equivalent. Demonstrated skill in keyboarding and/or typing. Demonstrated ability to interpret and follow oral and written instructions; to effectively communicate; work independently; to gather, input, and report statistics; and to develop formats for special projects and on-going projects through computer usage and/or written instructions. High school diploma or GED or an equivalent combination of training and experience related to the duties of the position required. Must successfully pass pre-employment testing. Must be VCIN certified, which requires either U.S. citizenship or having been a lawful resident of the U.S. for the past 10 consecutive years.
POLYGRAPH EXAM, BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION,
FINGERPRINT-BASED CRIMINAL HISTORY CHECK AND
PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG SCREENING REQUIRED
SUBJECT TO RANDOM DRUG SCREENING
Applicants must live in states east of the Mississippi. Military applicants must live in or home of record must be in one of the states east of the Mississippi.