QUALIFICATIONS • Ability to function as part of an executive management team to plan, to develop, and implement departmental policies and priorities. • Ability to lead, to manage, and direct key industry programs; • Ability to effectively plan for and manage changes in department priorities and operations necessary to respond to the public, the industry, the media, the legislature, and other state and federal governmental agencies. • Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, with the Governor’s Office, the Consumer Affairs Executive Office, the public, the industry, and other state and federal regulatory agencies
Anyone wanna get involved in the CSAC? Not sure what an Executive Officer does, but it sounds like an entry position, and the qualifications don't say anything about needing an advanced degree.