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Work in this class involves the testing and evaluation of applicants for Motor Vehicle driver licenses or identification cards. Work includes determining the type of license or identification card to issue to applicants based on the authenticity and type of residency documentation presented by applicants. Work also includes administering the required tests for the type of license being sought by the applicant, and determining the competence of the applicant to operate a motor vehicle on the public streets and highways. Employees perform all necessary tasks associated with the issuance of licenses to approved applicants such as: verifying identify and eligibility of applicant for licensure, collecting required fees and preparing receipts, securing digitized facial images for inclusion in state/national databases, and preparing licenses. In addition, employees question and enroll applicants ~ adjunct service programs (such as the organ donor program, voter registration) as well as capture court-ordered information (deadbeat parent, registered sex offender), submit names and addresses of all male applicants between the ages of 18-25 to Selective Service.
Work Schedule: This is a Part Time position, 29 hours a week. Office hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, except for state holidays. However, due to customer demand, the position often requires that the Examiner stay after hours to complete issuance to customers who are in the office before the close of the office at 5:00 p.m. occasionally examiners work on Saturdays to conduct commercial driver licensing testing.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies:
Must be able to maintain a professional image at all times. Must be able to communicate effectively in person, in writing and over the telephone with customers. Must have been licensed operator of a motor vehicle for four years. Must have the ability to learn how to read and interpret driving records as they appear on a PC. Must be able to prepare and maintain daily reports. Must be able to accurately obtain experience with mainframe database applications. Must acquire considerable knowledge of motor vehicle licensing requirements and procedures and North Carolina Motor Vehicle driving laws. Must be able to lift digital imagery equipment (approximately 60 lbs.) in and out of trunk of vehicle and carry to location, including climbing stairs to reach destination. Must be able to stoop and bend to look under vehicles for inspection of vehicles. Must be able to climb in and out of tractor- trailers and other large motor vehicles. Must be able to qualify for a CDL and pass the DOT Physical. Must be able to work outside giving road tests in all types of weather for extended periods of time. Must be able to wear agency issued uniform and shoes. Must be able to work in a confined area for extended periods of time. Must be able to sit and view data from PC for extended periods of time. Must be able to travel overnight and provide relief for other stations in same district areas. Must be able to balance monies for fees collected at the end of each day. Must be able to successfully complete all parts if the Driver License Basic School within established time limits.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
Graduation from high school and the demonstrated possession of knowledges, skills, and abilities gained through at least four years of clerical, administrative, or paraprofessional experience involving the resolution of varied public contact situations which include interviewing and/or explaining information of considerable detail; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Necessary Special Qualification Possession of a valid driver license. Possession of a N.C. Commercial Driver s License or the ability to obtain N.C. Commercial Driver s License during probationary period.
North Carolina Office of State Human Resources
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