The examination scope consists of the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:
1 - Knowledge of determinate and indeterminate sentence and parole laws.
2 - Knowledge of the classification process and purposes, activities, regulations, and functions of the California Department of Corrections, the Board of Prison Terms, the Narcotic Addict Evaluation Authority, and the Youth Authority as its operations relate to the California Department of Corrections.
3 - Knowledge of correctional administration.
4 - Knowledge of documents, forms, and processes used in the establishment, maintenance, control, and disposition of individual inmate and parolee criminal case records.
5 - Knowledge of training methods and planning and conducting in-service training programs.
6 - Knowledge of information disclosure statutes.
7 - Knowledge of California Department of Corrections' automated record-keeping systems.
8 - Knowledge of a supervisor’s responsibility for promoting equal opportunity in hiring and employee development and promotion and for maintaining a work environment that is free of discrimination and harassment.
9 - Knowledge of principles of effective supervision.
10 - Ability to define, interpret, and take action on legal documents and court orders.
11 - Ability to analyze inmate records and recognize and correct discrepancies and irregularities.
12 - Ability to prepare accurate and concise reports.
13 - Ability to make arithmetical computations.
14 - Ability to prioritize workload and meet deadlines.
15 - Ability to read and write English at a level required for successful job performance.
16 - Ability to make sound decisions and recommendations in regard to the record-keeping function.
17 - Ability to provide criminal identification services necessary to the administration of the Department of Corrections.
18 - Ability to disseminate information to administrative, legislative, and judicial agencies, attorneys, and the general public.
19 - Ability to learn, understand, retain, and recall a broad range of highly technical data and apply it to individual cases.
20 - Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
21 - Ability to communicate effectively with other staff, inmates, and informational sources.
22 - Ability to operate a personal computer to access, enter, and retrieve information.
23 - Ability to progressively perform more difficult and analytical tasks in the correctional case record-keeping process.
24 - Ability to plan, organize, and direct the work of subordinate staff and inmates.
25 - Ability to plan and prepare personnel, equipment, and supply budgets.
26 - Ability to effectively promote equal opportunity in employment and maintain a work environment that is free of discrimination and harassment.