The Department of General Services’ (DGS)

This position is eligible for telework two (2) days a week, in accordance with DGS’s Telework Policy, and will be required to report to the office as needed/required. The successful candidate must reside in California upon appointment.

Excellence in the Business of Government!

Come join a team that creates:

  • A collaborative team atmosphere founded upon ethics, integrity, and stewardship.
  • A positive work environment that is open to change and invites its workforce to challenge processes.
  • An opportunity for individuals to utilize their knowledge, skills, and experience to grow within the department.

 

Range A: Under direction of the Supervising Administrative Law Judge (Sup ALJ) in the General Jurisdiction (GJ) Division, the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) in Range A conducts administrative hearings and routine assignments, typically involving relatively settled points of law and only one to two parties and few legal issues to develop skills to manage more complex hearings and assignments. The ALJ in Range A presides over quasi-judicial hearings regarding renewal, suspension, or revocation of licenses and other matters referred to OAH for hearing and prepares proposed or final decisions in compliance with applicable provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act (APA), other relevant legal authorities, and OAH policies and procedures, utilizing OAH’s electronic case management system and other software and online systems and tools.

Range B: Under general direction of the Sup ALJ in the GJ Division, the ALJ in Range B holds the journey level position and works independently within a broad and diversified assignment with considerable latitude for initiative and independent judgment and is assigned to specialized and difficult, sensitive, and controversial cases, often involving novel legal theories, unsettled points of law, multiple legal issues, multiple parties, or consolidated matters. The ALJ in Range B presides over quasi-judicial hearings regarding renewal, suspension, or revocation of licenses and other matters referred to OAH for hearing and prepares proposed or final decisions. The position may lead and mentor other ALJs by assisting and advising them on the analysis of complex or otherwise challenging legal or factual issues.

All duties are performed in accordance with applicable provisions of the APA, other relevant legal authorities, and OAH policies and procedures, utilizing OAH’s electronic case management system and other software and online systems and tools.

This position is designated under the Conflict of Interest Code. The position is responsible for making or participating in the making of governmental decisions that may potentially have a material effect on personal financial interests. The appointee is required to complete Form 700 within 30 days of appointment.

You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.

To apply for this job please visit calcareers.ca.gov.