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Correctional Records Technician 1-Hearing Records Unit (Wfse Internal

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Washington State Tacoma , WA 98401

Posted 4 months ago


WFSE Article 4.7 Internal Transfer Opportunity

Correctional Records Technician (CRT1) Position NE32
Office of the Deputy Secretary Hearing Records Unit

Tacoma, Washington

The Office of the Deputy Secretary has a permanent, full time Correctional Records Technician (CRT1) opening available in the Hearing Records Unit. This position, NE32, is located in Tacoma, WA.

The work schedules for this position is Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Work hours are determined by unit needs and are at the discretion of the unit supervisor. If you are currently working an alternate work schedule, please be aware that these positions may not be able to honor that schedule. For questions, please contact the Human Resource Office.

In accordance with Article 4.7 of the Washington Federation of State Employees (WFSE) 2017-19 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), this job opening is available to internal transfer candidates ONLY. Employees who meet the following criteria may apply:

  • You are requesting a transfer under Article 4.7 of the WFSE CBA.

  • You are a permanent DOC employee.

  • You currently hold permanent status in the class being recruited for in this job posting.

  • You are currently in a position represented by WFSE.
    Supplemental Information

How to Apply:

If you meet the criteria outlined above and are interested in transferring to this position, please submit a request to: .

Please reference the position number and include the following information in your request:

  • Full name

  • Personnel number

  • Current job title and work unit
    Note, per the CBA:

  • If you requested transfer under Article 4.7 (or previously requested an internal transfer under article 4.8 in the 2015-17 WFSE CBA) and you refused the offer, you cannot request another Article 4.7 transfer for 12 months.

  • If you have accepted a transfer under Article 4.7 (or previously accepted an internal transfer under Article 4.8 in the 2015-17 WFSE CBA) you are not eligible to request another transfer under this Article for 24 months.
    For more information or questions about this opportunity, please email , or call .

Salary: $3,185.00 - $4,167.00 Monthly

  • Location:* Pierce County Tacoma, WA

  • Job Type:* Agency Internal Transfer - Permanent

  • Department:* Dept. of Corrections

  • Job Number:* NE32-WFSE-092118

Closing: 9/25/2018 11:59 PM Pacific

  • Agency:* State of Washington

  • Address:* View Job Posting for Agency Information View Job Posting for Location, Washington, 98504

Phone: View Posting for Agency Contact

  • Website:*
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Correctional Records Technician 1-Hearing Records Unit (Wfse Internal

Expired Job

Washington State