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The California Film Commission (CFC) is a state program within the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz), tasked with retaining and increasing motion picture production, creating industry jobs and boosting business throughout the state. The CFC issues film permits for all state-owned and operated properties, administers the Film and TV Tax Credit Program, maintains an extensive location library, offers production assistance on a wide variety of issues and works closely with cities and counties to create “film-friendly” policies statewide. The CFC’s staff includes dedicated civil service employees and senior staff with extensive film production experience.

Location Resources Coordinator – Location Library

The Location Resources Coordintaor (SSA) works under the guidance of the Location Librarian (AGPA) and under the general direction of the Director and Deputy Director.  The Location Coordinator ensures courteous, accurate, and timely responses to information inquiries by motion picture industry clientele worldwide, the general public and CFC staff.  Typical external constituents include location managers, production company employees, producers, studio executives and student filmmakers.

Motion Picture Production Analyst – Tax Credit Program

The CFC is seeking a self-motivated individual to assist in the implementation of the Film and TV Tax Credit Program under the general direction of the Director and Program Director. This will involve higher level administrative duties, research abilities, and problem-solving.  Additionally, incumbents formulate procedures and program alternatives; make recommendations on a broad spectrum of administrative and program-related issues under the direction of the Director and Deputy Director.  Three years of experience involving motion picture production is a minimum qualification.

Program Coordinator – Tax Credit Program

The Program Coordinator (SSA) works under the general direction of the Program Director in the Film & TV Tax Credit Program (Program).  The Program Coordinator performs varied analytical staff services assignments and is responsible for providing administrative assistance to the Program.

Senior Program Coordinator – Tax Credit Program

The Senior Program Coordinator (AGPA) works under the general direction of the Director and Tax Credit Program Director implementing and administering the Film & TV Tax Credit Program.  The Senior Program Coordinator performs varied and complex technical analytical staff services assignments such as program evaluation and planning; policy analysis and formulation; systems services to management, other state departments, and the public.  This position will involve higher level administrative duties, research abilities, and problem-solving.  Three years of experience involving motion picture production is a desired qualification.

State Hiring Process

The State hiring process can be challenging, especially if you are new to State service.  To simplify the process, follow the 3 Steps of the State Hiring Process:

STEP 1: Create and Set Up Your Profile

Visit the California Department of Human Resources (CalHR) job posting website.

Click on “Create a new profile” and sign up.

Once you have signed up, set up your profile by completing the “My Application” section. By completing this section, you are setting up your State Application (STD 678), which you will use when applying for job openings.

STEP 2: Search For and Take an Examination (Exam)

If you are new to employment with the State of California, you must pass an “open” exam before you may apply. You will need to pass a separate exam for each desired classification.

SEARCH FOR AN EXAM: The exam is a preliminary screening tool that pre-qualifies you to be able to apply for job openings. If you are new to State employment, you may apply only for exams designated as “open” to the public. If you are a veteran, you may apply for both “open” and “promotional” exams. Browse Examinations.

APPLY FOR AN EXAM: Follow the instructions on the exam bulletin on how to apply. If you meet all the criteria, including the minimum qualifications, either complete and submit a Standard State Application (STD 678) or apply and take the exam via the Internet.

STEP 3: Apply for Jobs

Once eligibility has been established, you can start searching and applying for job openings in the classification for which you have successfully tested.

Search the CalHR database for current state job vacancies.

STUDENTS: To apply for “Student” positions, an exam is not required.

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7080 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 900
Hollywood, CA 90028
Tel: 323.860.2960 | 800.858.4749
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