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Office Specialist 2 - Part-time - Caldwell

Company: Idaho Division of Human Resources
Location: Caldwell
Posted on: November 23, 2019

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Office Specialist 2 - Part-time - CaldwellPrintApplyOffice Specialist 2 - Part-time - CaldwellSalary$11.42 - $12.69 HourlyLocationCaldwell, IDJob TypePart TimeDepartmentDepartment of CorrectionJob Number03661Closing11/29/2019 11:59 PM Mountain

  • Description
  • Benefits
  • QuestionsDescriptionThe Mission of the Idaho Department of Correction is to protect the public, our staff, and those within our custody and supervision through safety, accountability, partnerships and providing opportunities for offender changeOffice Specialists provide administrative support in a busy probation and parole office to assist officers and program staff providing services to adult felony offenders who are under the supervision of Adult Felony Probation and Parole. The Idaho Department of Correction has an opening for a part-time Office Specialist 2 at the District 3 Probation and Parole in Caldwell, Idaho. If you wish to be considered for the current vacancy you must apply under this announcement. Previous scores will not be used. Hiring lists for full-time or part-time positions may be created from open competitive, IDOC Department Promotional and/or Statewide promotional applicants.This announcement may be used to fill both regular and bilingual openings. If you read, write, and/or speak Spanish, please apply for this position. Successful bilingual applicants may have their names certified to both regular and bilingual hiring lists.BENEFITS:
    • Medical, Dental, Vision and Life and Disability insurance benefits with premiums at competitive rates
    • PERSI Retirement
    • Paid vacation and sick leave
    • 10 paid holidays
    • Optional 401K and Deferred Compensation plans
    • Wellness Program
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Benefits SummaryExample of Duties
      • Producing documents, letters, and reports using word processing software and equipment.
      • Scheduling appointments
      • Data entry
      • Ensuring accuracy and compliance with rules, regulations, and/or policies, identifying and correcting errors
      • Creating and maintaining files
      • Greeting or screening visitors and callers
      • Providing information, and explaining department policies, services, and procedures to othersMinimum Qualifications
        • Good knowledge of rules of effective business English usage, spelling, punctuation, and grammar
        • Experience using alphabetical, numerical, or subject filing systems to include determining file names, setting up new files, classifying, labeling, filing, and retrieving
        • Experience reviewing documents for compliance with established procedures.
        • Experience using a computer to enter and retrieve information.
        • Experience answering a business telephone using knowledge of business telephone procedures and etiquette.Supplemental InformationSPECIALTY QUALIFICATIONS
          • Willing to work in an adult correctional facility
          • Type at least 50 WPM
          • find out your typing speed DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS
            • Ability to speak, read and write Spanish and English fluently.HIRING INFORMATION: To be hired, candidates will have a history and background supportive of department's goals and hiring will be subject to:
              • Completing a Background Investigation Questionnaire and pre-employment drug test
              • Having a federal and state criminal background check to include fingerprints
              • Having a history of law-abiding behavior
              • Felonies, misdemeanors, illegal drug usage, DUIs, adverse driving convictions and adverse employment history may make you ineligible for employment.
              • Having close friends or relatives under IDOC care & custody may also make you ineligible for employmentNon-hiring restrictions are in place for candidates who:
                • Have been convicted of Domestic Violence or similar types of violent behaviors
                • Have an "other than honorable", bad conduct or dishonorable discharge from military service
                • Currently are using, dealing or are associated with illegal drugs
                • Have close friends or relatives under IDOC care & custody where the vacancy exists
                • Are currently under IDOC supervision or probation (must be released from IDOC supervision or probation for at least one year)https://dhr.idaho.gov/StateEmployees/Benefits.html*Benefits may not be applicable for temporary or seasonal positions.01OS2: MQ1I have a good knowledge of the rules of effective business English usage, spelling, punctuation and grammar.This is typically obtained by completing a high school or college English course OR at least six months of experience applying these concepts, OR successfully completed a nine-month to one year office administration course beyond high school.
                  • Yes
                  • No02OS2: MQ2I have experience using alphabetical, numerical, or subject filing systems to include: determining file names, setting up new files, classifying, labeling, filing, and retrieving.This is typically obtained by completing an office occupations course which included hands-on experience in each of the areas listed, OR approximately six months of full time work experience using and maintaining filing systems.
                    • Yes
                    • No03OS2: MQ3I have the equivalent of six months of full-time experience reviewing documents for compliance with procedures.This is typically obtained by work where you were responsible for ensuring forms were properly completed OR successful completion of a nine-month to one year office administration course beyond high school.
                      • Yes
                      • No04OS2: MQ4I have the equivalent of six months of full-time experience using a computer to enter and retrieve information.
                        • Yes
                        • No05OS2: MQ5I have the equivalent of six months of full-time experience answering a business telephone using proper telephone procedures and etiquette.
                          • Yes
                          • No06IDOC.OS2 - Specialty: Correctional FacilityI am willing to work in an adult correctional facility.
                            • Yes
                            • No07OS2: MQ11Specialty Area: Keyboard/Type - 50I certify I can keyboard/type at the rate of 50 net wpm or more.This specialty area is not required for all positions. Responding "no" to this item will not affect your score nor disqualify you from positions that do not require this specialty.
                              • Yes
                              • No08OS2: MQ7Specialty Area: BILINGUAL (SPEAK).I am able to speak English & Spanish fluently. If you select 'yes' you may be assessed on your abilities during a hiring interview.This specialty area is not required for all positions. Responding "no" to this item will not affect your score nor disqualify you from positions that do not require this specialty.
                                • Yes
                                • No09OS2: MQ8Specialty Area: BILINGUAL (READ & WRITE).I can read and write Spanish and English fluently. If you select 'yes' you may be assessed on your ability to read and write English & Spanish during a hiring interview.This specialty area is not required for all positions. Responding "no" to this item will not affect your score nor disqualify you from positions that do not require this specialty.
                                  • Yes
                                  • No10OS2: Q1 of 48A customer has just come into your office holding a copy of a new policy issued by your department. He tells you that the policy is too complicated and asks you to help him understand it. Which of the following should you do?
                                    • Explain the policy in exact detail.
                                    • Give him a written summary of the policy.
                                    • Find out what he wants to know about the policy and answer his particularquestions.
                                      • Explain the policy in terms that are simple enough that he cannot possibly misunderstand the policy.11OS2: Q2 of 48You receive a phone call from a person who rambles on and on about a situation. Which of the following is the most efficient way of securing information from this person?
                                        • Ask questions which require only "yes" or "no" for an answer.
                                        • Tell the person to be specific.
                                        • Tell the person to get to the point because you should help other clients also.
                                        • Direct the person's train of though by asking carefully worded questions.12OS2: Q3 of 48You are helping a person with a very complicated question. To make sure you understand what is being asked, it would be best to:
                                          • Repeat the question in your own words and ask if that is what was meant.
                                          • Ask the person to keep repeating the question until you are sure you have written it down correctly.
                                          • Suggest that the person ought to put such a complex request in writing.
                                          • Make notes on what the person has said and ask if you could call back later.13OS2: Q4 of 48A customer walks into the office and asks for the deadline to file a permit application.You do not know the answer. It would be best for you to do which of the following?
                                            • Tell the person what you think the answer might be.
                                            • Refer the person to your supervisor.
                                            • Say that you are not allowed to give that information to the public.
                                            • Inform the person that you don't know but will find out.14OS2: Q5 of 48Employees in twenty offices can perform a certain task in any one of five different ways. Over the years people have come to recognize one of these ways as the best. Now this has become the standard way to perform the task statewide. This most common way is now __ throughout the state.
                                              • prevalent
                                              • expedient
                                              • rudimentary
                                              • prioritized
                                              • contemplated15OS2: Q6 of 48Employees follow certain steps to perform a certain activity. Changes in the law required them to add more steps. New rules added even more steps. The procedures became so complicated, and the activity became so awkward and _ to handle that some employees have devised shortcuts that ignore the legal requirements.
                                                • cumbersome
                                                • impossible
                                                • confounded
                                                • inexplicable
                                                • inarticulate16OS2: Q7 of 48Mike, a manager, wanted the department to buy new furniture for his office. He did not really need the new furniture and was looking for an excuse to justify the expense. Yesterday, Mike was named to chair a committee. He will need to invite three other managers to meet with him for a few hours each month. Today Mike submitted a formal request for new office furniture, claiming that it will be necessary for his monthly meetings. These meetings are only ______for ordering the furniture Mike had wanted anyway.
                                                  • a reason
                                                  • a pretext
                                                  • a loophole
                                                  • an allegation
                                                  • an exaggeration17OS2: Q8 of 48Workers planted bushes and shrubs in five areas of a park where nothing had been growing before. These plants grew well in four of these areas, but they grew poorly in one area. Workers discovered that the soil there was ___in nutrients that were important for plant growth.
                                                    • weak
                                                    • ineffectual
                                                    • incompetent
                                                    • deficient
                                                    • unsubstantiated18OS2: Q9 of 48The office manager is weighing the advantages and disadvantages of starting a certain new program. On the one hand, the program would probably serve the public well, improve the department's public image, and allow more flexibility in training and assigning employees. On the other hand, many factors argue against the program. It would be difficult to develop the program in a way that would satisfy everyone. It would also be difficult to administer it and coordinate it with existing programs. But the more serious __is that the budget contains no funds for the new program.
                                                      • annoyance
                                                      • irritation
                                                      • constraint
                                                      • provocation
                                                      • development19OS2: Q10 of 48Which of the following sentences represents the BEST English usage?
                                                        • There is no employee who does her work more accurately than she.
                                                        • Our new computer is liable to be delivered tomorrow.
                                                        • They ought to of had the machine repaired by now.
                                                        • Each of the employees have learned something from the training program.20OS2: Q11 of 48Suppose you need to make an alphabetical list of the employees in your department, sorted by last name. Here are five of the names: Henry Hennick, B. J. Henenhofer, Charles Henle, Helen Henebergh, and Harriett Hennitson.When these names are put into alphabetical order, where would Henry Hennick's name appear?
                                                          • First
                                                          • Second
                                                          • Third
                                                          • Fourth
                                                          • Fifth21OS2: Q12 of 48Suppose you need to put these five names into alphabetical order, sorted by last name: Jane Buerck, Charles Beunzli, Wanda Buergelin, Alice Buetow, and Raymond Beus.When these names are put into alphabetical order, where would Jane Buerck's name appear?
                                                            • First
                                                            • Second
                                                            • Third
                                                            • Fourth
                                                            • Fifth22OS2: Q13 of 48Suppose you need to put these five names into alphabetical order, sorted by last name: Linda Lohlker, Lorinda Lohmiller, David Lomasney, Stanley Loly, and Suzanne Lohman.When these names are put into alphabetical order, where would Linda Lohlker's name appear?
                                                              • First
                                                              • Second
                                                              • Third
                                                              • Fourth
                                                              • Fifth23OS2: Q14 of 48Suppose you are working with some numbered case files. You need to put these five files in numerical order, starting with the smallest number: 34334, 32432, 42344, 34232, and 43243.When you have put them in order, where would 34334 appear?
                                                                • First
                                                                • Second
                                                                • Third
                                                                • Fourth
                                                                • Fifth24OS2: Q15 of 48You must file these five dates, beginning with the earliest: April 17, 2004; March 27, 2004; August 1, 2004; December 14, 2003; and October 17, 2003.Where would the record for April 17, 2004 be?
                                                                  • First
                                                                  • Second
                                                                  • Third
                                                                  • Fourth
                                                                  • Fifth25OS2: Q16 of 48You must file these five dates, beginning with the earliest: June 21, 2004; October 4, 2004; August 17, 2003; March 14, 2004; and December 11, 2003.Where would the record for June 21, 2004 be?
                                                                    • First
                                                                    • Second
                                                                    • Third
                                                                    • Fourth
                                                                    • Fifth26OS2: Q17 of 48You must file these five dates, beginning with the earliest: March 31, 2004; October 19, 2002; May 1, 2004; November 17, 2003; and June 22, 2004.Where would the record for March 31, 2004 be?
                                                                      • First
                                                                      • Second
                                                                      • Third
                                                                      • Fourth
                                                                      • Fifth27OS2: Q18 of 48You need to file 15 papers in order of the dates they were signed. The dates are listed below. If you were to file the papers in order, starting with the oldest, which one of them would be the fifth paper?December 15, 2004 February 14, 2003 May 10, 2004October 2, 2004 February 11, 2005 June 3, 2004November 26, 2004 March 23, 2003 January 9, 2002August 29, 2003 September 23, 2002 October 19, 2005August 27, 2002 May 1, 2003 July 10, 2004
                                                                        • March 23, 2003
                                                                        • December 15, 2004
                                                                        • May 1, 2003
                                                                        • October 2, 2004
                                                                        • Some other paper would be the fifth.28OS2: Q19 of 48Suppose your office has files on the 12 people listed below. The files are kept in alphabetical order by each person's last name. If two people have the same last name, their first name is also used to determine their alphabetical order.Ed Miller Mary Merrill Bennett MerckWanda Merz Phillip Means Alex MinotWilliam Marx Oscar Morales Tanya MinhDonald Miller Frank Minot Bernice MillerIf you file these 12 names in alphabetical order, which one would be fifth?
                                                                          • Wanda Merz
                                                                          • Bernice Miller
                                                                          • Mary Merrill
                                                                          • Ed Miller
                                                                          • Some other name would be fifth.29OS2: Q20 of 48Suppose your office has files on the 12 people listed below. The files are kept in alphabetical order by each person's last name. If two people have the same last name, their first name is also used to determine their alphabetical order.Ed Miller Mary Merrill Bennett MerckWanda Merz Phillip Means Alex MinotWilliam Marx Oscar Morales Tanya MinhDonald Miller Frank Minot Bernice MillerIf you file these 12 names in alphabetical order, which one would be tenth?
                                                                            • Frank Minot
                                                                            • Bennett Merck
                                                                            • Tanya Minh
                                                                            • Alex Minot
                                                                            • Some other name would be tenth.30OS2: Q21 of 48Terri wrote a letter and gave it to you for typing in final form. A few words are hard to read, but you have done a lot of typing for Terri and you think you know what she means to say. Which one of the following should you do?
                                                                              • Type what you think Terri means, and return it to her.
                                                                              • Return Terri's draft to her, and ask her to clarify it.
                                                                              • Call Terri, tell her you can't read what she wrote, and ask whether you could returnher draft to her.
                                                                                • Type what you think Terri means, and return it to her. Attach a note explaining that you had a hard time reading it and asking whether it is correct.31OS2: Q22 of 48Karen has just transferred from a job where she could set up memos and letters in the way she preferred. The supervisor on her new job has told Karen to use a certain standard format, but Karen thinks this format looks bad. Which one of the following should Karen do?
                                                                                  • Use the format Karen prefers.
                                                                                  • Ask a co-worker whether Karen could use her own format.
                                                                                  • Discuss both formats with the supervisor, and use the one the supervisor chooses.
                                                                                  • Use the format Karen's supervisor told her to use, and start using her own after she gains job experience.32OS2: Q23 of 48You are new on the job. Your supervisor has given you a list of your department's commonly used terminology and the preferred usage. After studying the list, which one of the following should you do?
                                                                                    • When you are typing unfamiliar terms, ask another operator for clarification.
                                                                                    • Do things your own way until you catch on to the way your department wants things.
                                                                                    • Look up each term you use until you are confident you are using the term correctly.
                                                                                    • D.Let a proofreader correct terminology errors you make until you become familiar with the list.33OS2: Q24 of 48You are responsible for completing on time all work that comes into your work unit. At 8:00 a.m., you have several jobs that all need to be completed by 5:00 p.m. You will need all day to finish them. At 10:00 a.m., the administrator brings you a high-priority job that must be completed as soon as possible. It will take you about four hours to do this job. Which one of the following should you do?
                                                                                      • Sort out the other work and decide which ones you will do today.
                                                                                      • Stop what you are doing, and work on the Chief Administrator's job.
                                                                                      • Call the people who submitted the other work, tell them the problem, and suggestnew completion times.
                                                                                        • Politely tell the Chief Administrator that several other people had submitted jobs ahead of this one, and you'll work on it as soon as you complete them.34OS2: Q25 of 48Marcia, a research analyst, asked you to do the following jobs for an urgent mailing:
                                                                                        • Print addresses onto 250 labels. You use this address list often, and you know it is up to date.
                                                                                        • Type a 25-page report from her handwritten original. Marcia and her supervisor will each need to review and revise the report before submitting a draft to the division director for a further review.
                                                                                        • Type four pages of tables from simple computer printouts. Marcia has verified the data, and she only needs to proofread your typing.Marcia needs all three jobs completed and ready for mailing by the same deadline. You have only one printer and just barely enough time to complete these jobs by the deadline, and still complete your other work. In which order should you begin each job?
                                                                                          • Report, tables, labels.
                                                                                          • Report, labels, tables.
                                                                                          • Labels, report, tables.
                                                                                          • Labels, tables, report.35OS2: Q26 of 48Which one of the following lines, if any, has a spelling or grammar error?Line 1: The third quarter of the year was especially productive. Line 2: The Clerical Training Project provided basic training for Line 3: 23 new employees and specialized training to develope the Line 4: skills of 85 experienced employees.
                                                                                            • Line 1.
                                                                                            • Line 2.
                                                                                            • Line 3.
                                                                                            • Line 4.
                                                                                            • None of these four lines has an error.36OS2: Q27 of 48Which one of the following lines, if any, has a spelling or grammar error?Line 1: We finished reorganizing our fiscal activities during theLine 2: third quarter. A greater level of responsibility forLine 3: managing our many business functions have been assignedLine 4: to the manager of the old Accounting Section.
                                                                                              • Line 1.
                                                                                              • Line 2.
                                                                                              • Line 3.
                                                                                              • Line 4.
                                                                                              • Line 5.37OS2: Q28 of 48Which one of the following lines, if any, has a spelling or grammar error?Line 1: Several other staffing changes occurred last quarter. WeLine 2: celebrated Sarah Eklund's retirement and her 32 years ofLine 3: service to the public. Dave French has been hired toLine 4: perform Sarah's job duties. Dave will begin October 15.
                                                                                                • Line 1.
                                                                                                • Line 2.
                                                                                                • Line 3.
                                                                                                • Line 4.
                                                                                                • None of these four lines has an error.38OS2: Q29 of 48
                                                                                                • How many pairs are exactly alike?R.E. Taylor 113 R.E. Tyler 113J.F. Garcia 759 J.F. Garcia 759M.T. Irving 803 M.T. Irvine 830C.H. Thomas 285 C.H. Thomas 285
                                                                                                  • One pair.
                                                                                                  • Two pairs.
                                                                                                  • Three pairs.
                                                                                                  • Four pairs.39OS2: Q30 of 48How many sets of three are exactly alike?JJ/4308.42 JJ/4380.24 JJ/4380.24XS/1752.37 XS/1752.37 XS/1752.37AB/1420.03 AB/1420.03 AB/1420.30MS/5273.68 MS/5273.68 MS/5273/68
                                                                                                    • One set.
                                                                                                    • Two sets.
                                                                                                    • Three sets.
                                                                                                    • Four sets.40OS2: Q31 of 48How many sets of three are exactly alike?Patrick Keating Pat Keating Patrick KeatingAdi Fuson Adi Fuson Adi FusonJames Blakeway James Blakeway James BlakewayMarc Pepin Marc Pepin Marc Pepin
                                                                                                      • One set.
                                                                                                      • Two sets.
                                                                                                      • Three sets.
                                                                                                      • Four sets.41OS2: Q32 of 48How many pairs are exactly alike?2202 Dwight Way 2023 Dwight Way4571 College Way 4571 College Way7453 Valenica Ct. 7453 Valencia Ct.8342 Hills Street 8591 Hill Street
                                                                                                        • One pair.
                                                                                                        • Two pairs.
                                                                                                        • Three pairs.
                                                                                                        • Four pairs.42OS2: Q33 of 48How many pairs are exactly alike?L.D. Lever 461 L.O. Levor 461N.O. Goode 711 N.O. Goode 711S.M. Sinclair 123 S.M. Sinclair 123E.E. Dalton 642 E.F. Dalton 642
                                                                                                          • One pair.
                                                                                                          • Two pairs.
                                                                                                          • Three pairs.
                                                                                                          • Four pairs.43OS2: Q34 of 48A viable affirmative action program must contain specific procedures designed to achieve equal employment opportunities for specified groups. Appropriate procedures, without necessary determination to carry them out, are useless. Determination, without well-defined procedures, will achieve only partial success.The paragraph best supports the statement that:
                                                                                                            • well-defined procedures will assure the success of an affirmative action program.
                                                                                                            • high degree of determination is necessary and sufficient for a highly successful affirmative action program.
                                                                                                            • It is impossible for an agency to develop a viable affirmative action program.
                                                                                                            • an agency may guarantee success of its affirmative action program by developing and implementing well defined procedures.
                                                                                                            • Two important ingredients of a successful affirmative action program are well defined procedures and a sincere resolve to implement those procedures44OS2: Q35 of 48Claimants who have become unemployed by voluntarily leaving the job, by refusing to accept suitable work, or due to misconduct should be temporarily disqualified from receiving benefits. However, the disqualification period should never be longer than the average period required for a worker to find employment. Unemployment insurance is designed to alleviate hardship due to unemployment. Benefits should be paid if unemployment continues beyond a certain point and the claimant can show that he has made an honest effort to find employment.The paragraph best supports the statement that:
                                                                                                              • If a claimant cannot find work after a certain period, he/she should no longer receive benefits.
                                                                                                              • In cases of willful misconduct, disqualification should continue indefinitely.
                                                                                                              • The reasons for unemployment change as the period of unemployment gets longer.
                                                                                                              • If a claimant cannot find employment after a certain period, he/she should be allowed to receive unemployment insurance benefits.
                                                                                                              • If a claimant chooses voluntary unemployment, he/she should receive unemployment insurance benefits immediately.45OS2: Q36 of 48Education in the United States is a state responsibility, a local function and a federal concern. Unlike other social service programs, this arrangement also places state governments between the federal government and local governing bodies.The paragraph best supports the statement that:
                                                                                                                • Enforcement of federal education policies is left to state discretion.
                                                                                                                • The federal government plays an advisory role only in matters concerning education.
                                                                                                                • Federal educational policies are generally implemented by local governments under the direction of the state.
                                                                                                                • No federal funds are used to support local educational programs.
                                                                                                                • Federal aid is often used to induce local school systems to implement federal policies.46OS2: Q37 of 48Choose the most effectively written statement from the four alternatives listed below.
                                                                                                                  • Interviewing with the supervisor for a short period of time, the applicant could leave.
                                                                                                                  • She could leave after a short period of time, the supervisor having interviewed the applicant.
                                                                                                                  • After the supervisor interviewed the applicant, for a short period of time, she could leave.
                                                                                                                  • After a short interview with the supervisor, the applicant could leave.47OS2: Q38 of 48Choose the most effectively written statement from the four alternatives listed below.
                                                                                                                    • All personnel are advised to become aware of new procurement procedures effective July 1.
                                                                                                                    • New procurement procedures will be in effect on July 1 and all personnel are advised to become aware of them.
                                                                                                                    • All personnel are advised to be aware of the new procurement procedures, which become effective on July 1.
                                                                                                                    • Effective July 1, all personnel are advised to become aware of new procurement procedures.48OS2: Q39 of 48Choose the most effectively written statement from the four alternatives listed below.
                                                                                                                      • Personal valuables left on or in desks or in other places within the office are the employee's responsibility, not that of the department or the state.
                                                                                                                      • The employee is responsible for personal valuables left in the office, not the department or the state.
                                                                                                                      • The employee and not the state nor the department is responsible for personal valuables left in the office.
                                                                                                                      • The employee, not the state or the department, is responsible for personal valuables left in the office.49OS2: Q40 of 48Choose the most effectively written statement from the four alternatives listed below.
                                                                                                                        • These items should be listed alphabetically, first by location and then by name.
                                                                                                                        • After listing these items by location in alphabetical order, list them alphabetically by name.
                                                                                                                        • These items should be listed alphabetically by its name and location.
                                                                                                                        • Alphabetical location is first; after that, they should be listed by name in alphabetical order.50OS2: Q41 of 48Choose the most effectively written statement from the four alternatives listed below.
                                                                                                                          • Except in the case of orders submitted on institutional purchase order forms, all other orders that amount to $15 or less must be accompanied by full payment.
                                                                                                                          • All orders that amount to less than $15 must be accompanied by full payment.Orders submitted on institutional purchase forms need not be accompanied by fullpayment.
                                                                                                                            • All orders amounting to $15 or less must be accompanied by full payment, except for those orders submitted on institutional purchase order forms.
                                                                                                                            • All orders except those submitted on institutional purchase order forms amounting to $15 or less must be accompanied by payment.51OS2: Q42 of 48Choose the most effectively written statement from the four alternatives listed below.
                                                                                                                              • To receive aid, students must be in good academic standing and their need must be documented.
                                                                                                                              • It must be documented that a student is in need and the student must be in good academic standing to receive aid.
                                                                                                                              • To receive aid, students must be in good academic standing, and that the element of need is present must be documented.
                                                                                                                              • The student, to be eligible for aid, must be in good academic standing, and, furthermore, the element of need must be documented.52OS2: Q43 of 48Choose the most effectively written statement from the four alternatives listed below.
                                                                                                                                • The contents of your letter, dated October 1, have been carefully noted, and we beg to advise that we cannot follow your suggestions.
                                                                                                                                • The contents of your letter, dated October 1, have been carefully noted, but it will not be possible for us to follow the suggestions made therein.
                                                                                                                                • We have carefully studied your letter of October 1, but regret that we cannot follow your suggestions.
                                                                                                                                • We have carefully studied your letter of October 1, and we beg to advise that your suggestions cannot be followed.53OS2: Q44 of 48This section of the exam measures your ability to solve math problems and interpret quantitative data. You may use a calculator as needed.Juanita's salary is $2,650.00 per month. If she receives a salary increase of 5%, what is her new monthly salary?
                                                                                                                                  • $2,782.50
                                                                                                                                  • $2,785.00
                                                                                                                                  • $2,900.00
                                                                                                                                  • $3,001.5054OS2: Q45 of 48If 43 of the 148 reams of paper purchased by a department are used, what is the percentage that remains? Round your answer to the nearest whole percent.
                                                                                                                                    • 71%
                                                                                                                                    • 72%
                                                                                                                                    • 73%
                                                                                                                                    • 75%55OS2: Q46 of 48If two-thirds of Sam's weekly income is $480, what is one-fourth of his weekly income?
                                                                                                                                      • $165
                                                                                                                                      • $180
                                                                                                                                      • $240
                                                                                                                                      • $28056OS2: Q47 of 48In a Social Services Agency, each of the 18 employees is responsible for maintaining a caseload of 360 cases. When 3 employees leave the department, their caseload is redistributed equally among the remaining employees. How many cases are each of the remaining employees now responsible for maintaining?
                                                                                                                                        • 405
                                                                                                                                        • 432
                                                                                                                                        • 468
                                                                                                                                        • 47257OS2: Q48 of 48Ernesto takes out a loan from his retirement fund. If he is repaying the loan in installments of $72.12 every two weeks, how much of the load will be paid back in 32 weeks?
                                                                                                                                          • $1,081.80
                                                                                                                                          • $1,153.92
                                                                                                                                          • $1,276.48
                                                                                                                                          • $1,730.88Required QuestionAgencyState of IdahoAddress304 North 8th StreetBoise, Idaho, 83720Websitehttps://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/idahoApplyYour browser does not support the IFRAME feature, which is required by this web page.

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Administrative Assistant 1 - Bureau of Vital Records Statistics
Description: Administrative Assistant 1 - Bureau of Vital Records Statistics Print Apply Administrative Assistant 1 - Bureau of Vital Records Statistics Salary 14.06 - 15.00 Hourly Location Boise, ID Job Type (more...)
Company: Idaho Division of Human Resources
Location: Boise
Posted on: 12/4/2019

Admin Assistant
Description: Select Staffing is looking for an exceptional Administrative Assistant for
Company: SelectStaffing
Location: Meridian
Posted on: 12/9/2019


Administrative Assistant
Description: Adecco is recruiting for a temporary to hire Administrative team member for a manufacturing environment, we are seeking a candidate
Company:
Location: Boise
Posted on: 12/1/2019

Seeking Associates to Start a HOME OFFICE POSITION!!
Description: Nationwide Health and Dental Discount Company looking to add motivated individuals
Company: Living Healthy
Location: Nampa
Posted on: 12/7/2019

Seeking Associates to Start a HOME OFFICE POSITION!!
Description: Our 27-year-old A rating with the BBB Company is adding to its team and you may be the next
Company: Living Healthy
Location: Caldwell
Posted on: 12/1/2019

Recruitment Coordinator- Customer Service
Description: Do you enjoy helping others Looking for part time work Adecco is seeking Temporary Recruitment Coordinators RC's to contact and recruit local business owners and corporate executives to participate (more...)
Company:
Location: Boise
Posted on: 12/1/2019

Part-Time Receptionist
Description: Overview Boise Ford Lincoln Do you love helping people Want to be part of a team dedicated to delivering honest value, earning customers for life, taking personal ownership, improving constantly and (more...)
Company: Lithia Auto Stores
Location: Boise
Posted on: 12/4/2019

Administrative Assistant
Description: The ideal candidate will exhibit high standards, excellent communication skills, and have an ability to
Company: SWYM
Location: Boise
Posted on: 12/4/2019

Administrative Assistant 1
Description: Description The Idaho State Tax Commission is recruiting for an Administrative Assistant 1 in the Tax Appeals Unit in Boise. This announcement may be used to fill an Administrative Assistant 1 position (more...)
Company: State of Idaho
Location: Boise
Posted on: 12/6/2019

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