SALARY ON AN ANNUAL BASIS$37,584 to $54,935; $41,008 to $59,967; and $44,328 to $64,811 are the price ranges.NOTES: â€¢ Candidates on the eligible list are usually assigned to openings in lower pay grade positions, and the annual salary is at the bottom of the pay scale. The present pay range may change in the future. Before accepting a job offer, please confirm the beginning pay with the hiring department.DUTIESDelivery Driver Assistants deliver and pick up mail, supplies, and department materials using a City automobile, station wagon, van, pickup truck, or other light vehicles as a major assignment; may collect water samples from designated locations for use in laboratory tests; keep routine records and prepare routine reports; and perform routine clerical, messenger, or stockroom duties part of the time.NOTES:In the absence of delivery drivers, delivery driver assistants are engaged. Working as a Delivery Driver Assistant is designed to help you gain the skills you'll need to get a full-time job as a delivery driver with the city. Delivery Driver Assistants will be given Charter Section 1014 transfers to Delivery Driver after successfully completing their probation.The Delivery Driver Assistant training will be used exclusively to transfer Targeted Local Hire Program participants to full-time regular employment as a Delivery Driver for the duration of the program.â€¢ A letter of recommendation from the personnel office of the employing department where the above experience was obtained, which includes a statement of the department's willingness to hire the employee as a delivery driver; and â€¢ Current employment with the City of Los Angeles; and â€¢ At least six months of full-time paid experience as an Office Trainee with the City of Los Angeles performing delivery driver work; and â€¢ A letter of recommendation from the personnel office of the employing department where the above experience was obtained, which includes a statement of the department' At the time of filing, the letter must be included to the application.NOTES ON THE PROCESS â€¢ You must have a valid California driver's license and a clean driving record. If an applicant's driving record shows three or more moving violations and/or at-fault accidents in the recent 36 months, or a conviction of a serious moving violation, they will be disqualified and ineligible for hire (such as DUI).â€¢ Prior to appointment, some positions may require a valid California Class B driver's license as well as a valid medical certificate granted by the California Department of Motor Vehicles. Candidates may be ineligible for these positions if they have three or more moving violations and/or at-fault accidents on their record in the last 36 months, or if they have been convicted of a significant moving violation (such as DUI).â€¢ Some positions require twisting, bending, reaching, stooping, crouching, dragging, and pushing All Purpose Containers (APC) weighing up to 300 pounds, as well as occasionally lifting postal mail trays weighing at least 14 pounds.ONLY APPLICATIONS ON THE CITY APPLICATION FORM WILL BE ACCEPTED. Applications are available at http://per.ci.la.ca.us/Forms/Application.pdf on our website.ONLY SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO THE CITY DEPARTMENT'S HUMAN RESOURCES/PERSONNEL SERVICES SECTION WITH YOUR LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION.DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONSFiling will close for administrative reasons on a regular basis and reopen the next day. After a sufficient number of applications have been received, this examination may close at any time without notice.Weight of the Exam: Application Review..........................................................The test will consist completely of Personnel Department officials reviewing candidates' City employment applications to ensure that minimal standards are met. Because these reviews will be based exclusively on the written information provided on the candidate's City employment application, it is the responsibility of each candidate to ensure that the application is comprehensive and accurate descriptions of relevant experience are provided.NOTES: Applications are accepted on the condition that they be reviewed to ensure that the minimal standards are met. If it is discovered that a candidate does not meet the minimal standards listed in this bulletin, they may be disqualified at any time.â€¢ The City of Los Angeles, as a covered entity under the Fair Employment and Housing Act and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, does not discriminate on the basis of disability and will make reasonable accommodations upon request to ensure equal access to its programs, services, and activities. Please complete the Disability Accommodation Form within 14 calendar days of submitting the City application to request a disability accommodation. http://per.lacity.org/exams/verify disability.pdf contains the Disability Accommodation Form.â€¢ You may be required to undertake mandatory drug and alcohol testing before to and throughout employment in this class under the Federal Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1994.â€¢ To be placed on the eligible list, you must have a final average score of 70% or greater.â€¢ Review periods may be combined in accordance with Civil Service Rule 4.24. Candidates in the examination process may file protests in accordance with Sections 4.20, 4.22, and 4.23, as applicable, and within the required time frame; however, the Personnel Department may reply to and resolve protests before the eligible list is established.NOTICE:If you are offered and accept a regular position with the City of Los Angeles, your employee benefit coverage (which includes health, dental, and life insurance) will begin roughly six weeks after your initial regular visit. Benefit coverage is not available for all positions in the City; you should check about employee benefits before accepting a position. Disaster Service Workers are required of all city workers.ONLY OPEN COMPETITIVE EXAMINATIONS WILL BE CONDUCTED FOR THIS EXAMINATION.The City of Los Angeles does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, creed, color, ancestry, cancer, or AIDS.