Program Technician Hiring Exam Scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 8
FRESNO, Calif. — Covered California™ will conduct examinations for positions in its Fresno Service Center on Saturday, Feb. 8.
There is no on-site registration for the exam. All candidates must preregister online beginning Wednesday, Feb. 5, and print their notice to appear in order to gain entrance to the exam. The notice will provide candidates the time and location details.
Covered California’s Service Center representatives assist customers in understanding health care coverage options available through Covered California, help determine eligibility for premium assistance or medical, and enroll Californians in health insurance plans.
Written tests will be administered for program technician positions at the Fresno Service Center at 7201 N. Palm Ave., in Fresno. Testing sessions for Program Technician 2 positions are at 8 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., and testing for Program Technician 3 positions are at 3 p.m.
Each testing session can accommodate 200 slots. Hiring began in August for Service Center staff positions. At full capacity, the Fresno Service Center may employ up to 500 technicians.
To be eligible for hire, applicants must pass the test, which includes reading, writing and math. The salary for the Program Technician 2 positions is $2,638-$2,975 per month ($15.22-$17.16 per hour), and the salary for the Program Technician 3 positions is $2,951-$3,209 per month ($17.03-$18.51 per hour).
For more information about the Program Technician 2 positions, please visit http://jobs.ca.gov/JOBSGEN/2PB30.PDF.
For more information about the Program Technician 3 positions, please visit http://jobs.ca.gov/JOBSGEN/2PB31.PDF.
About Covered California
Covered California is the state’s marketplace for the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Covered California, in partnership with the California Department of Health Care Services, was charged with creating a new health insurance marketplace in which individuals and small businesses can get access to affordable health insurance plans. With coverage starting in 2014, Covered California helps individuals determine whether they are eligible for premium assistance that is available on a sliding-scale basis to reduce insurance costs or whether they are eligible for low-cost or no-cost Medi-Cal. Consumers can then compare health insurance plans and choose the plan that works best for their health needs and budget. Small businesses can purchase competitively priced health insurance plans and offer their employees the ability to choose from an array of plans and may qualify for federal tax credits.
Covered California is an independent part of the state government whose job is to make the new market work for California’s consumers. It is overseen by a five-member board appointed by the Governor and the Legislature. For more information on Covered California, please visit www.CoveredCA.com.