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The Temporary Employee Services Representative works under the supervision of the Employee Service Center Manager. This position works with some supervision but is expected to use initiative and judgment in carrying out routine responsibilities within the framework of department policies and procedures. This position is expected to keep up on internal changes in procedures related to work responsibilities. May assist in training new staff.