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Claims Examiner – Provider Dispute
A Provider Dispute Claims Examiner is responsible for analyzing and the adjudication of medical claims as it relates to managed care. Resolve claims payment issues as presented through Provider Dispute Resolution (PDR) process or from claims incident/inquiries.
Identifies root causes of claims payment errors and reports to Management. Responds to provider inquiries/calls related to claims payments. Generates and develop reports which include but not limited to root causes of PDRs and Incidents. Collaborates with other departments and/or providers in successful resolution of claims related issues.
ResponsibilitiesIntake, screen, and adjudicate provider disputes that are submitted for both Facility and Professional services rendered for all AltaMed products; Medicare, Medi-Cal, Commercial, PACE Lines of Business.Read and interpret the provider's dispute in order to identify how to make the provider whole in regards to the payment expected.Read and interpret DOFRs as it relates to the claim in order to ensure that group is financially at risk for payment.Read and interpret provider contracts to ensure payment/denial accuracy.Read and interpret Medi-Cal and Medicare Fee Schedules.Correct claims payment/denial errors identified by the Claims Auditor prior to a check run.Must maintain an error accuracy of under 1%.Communicate with Claims Management for any issues relating to provider, fee schedule, eligibility, authorization, or system issues.Identify root cause in order to avoid and/or minimize future provider disputes.Assist in the creation of any business rules and training in order for the Claims Department to become more efficient and accurate.Coordinate with the Recovery Department for any identified overpayments.Ability to establish and maintain positive and effective work relationships with coworkers, clients, members, providers and customers.Attend monthly departmental meetings and provide feedback when requested.Other duties as assigned.QualificationsHS Diploma or GED3+ years of Claims Processing experience in a managed care environment.Must be knowledgeable of Medi-cal regulations.Preferred knowledge of Medicare and Commercial rules and regulations.Knowledge of medical terminology.Must have an understanding to read and interpret DOFRs and Contracts.Must have an understanding how to read a CMS-1500 and UB-04 form.Must have strong organizational and mathematical skills.
Hearing Examiner (Review Examiner I)
The mission of the Sex Offender Registry Board is to promote public safety through educating and informing the public in order to help prevent further victimization. This is accomplished by registering and classifying, by risk of re-offense and degree of danger, convicted sex offenders and disseminating the identifying information of those offenders, who live, work and attend institutions of higher learning in the communities of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts through the maintenance of both a database and a public website.
Responsible for presiding over evidentiary administrative hearing for the purpose of classification of a sex offender in accordance with the statute, case law and regulations.
Receive, rule on, exclude or limit evidence.
Receive and rule on all motions, objections and admissibility of evidence and testimony in order to gather information and render a decision based upon evidence submitted.
To administer the oath or affirmation to any person prior to testifying.
To assist all persons in making a full and free statement of the facts in order to bring out all the information necessary to decide the issues involved.
To ensure orderly presentation of the evidence.
To ensure that all Parties have a full opportunity to present their claims at a scheduled hearing.
Apply the applicable laws and regulations.
Maintain a full and accurate record of the proceedings for appeal and judicial review of final classification decision in the Superior Court and appellate courts.
Evaluate and assess the reliability of the information, including exhibits introduced and credibility of witnesses that affects the final classification and registration requirement of a sex offender in order to establish accuracy of facts and evidence based upon established risk factors, the law and regulations.
Render written decisions based on the issues and evidence presented with detailed findings of facts and conclusions of law in support of the final classification and registration requirement of sex offenders for the hearings conducted.
Issue decisions consistent with the timelines adopted by the agency.
Perform legal research related to the issues that arise in the administrative hearings.
Confer with management staff in order to insure accuracy and compliance of evidentiary rulings and final classification decisions with applicable laws, rules, regulations and facts presented.
Other related duties as required.
The office is located at:
85 Rangeway Road, Building 3, Suite 240
North Billerica, MA 01862
First consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days.
Minimum Entrance Requirements:
Applicants must have at least (A) three years of full-time, professional experience, the major duties of which included the adjudication, examination and/or review of claims, benefits and/or taxes; the practice of law; labor relations work; claims investigation or adjustment work; credit management or credit investigation work; or (B) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below.
I. A Bachelor's or higher degree with a major in law may be substituted for the required experience.*
II. A Bachelor's or higher degree with a major other than in Law may be substituted for a maximum of two years of the required experience.*
- Education toward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed.
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
- Enjoy the opportunity to cultivate relationships with internal colleagues and external clients.
- Liaison with Marketing/Customer Service departments.
- Compare data on claim forms against insurance plans to determine insurance coverage as well as completeness and validity of claims.
- Proactively resolve claims as expeditiously as possible and approve claims, when appropriate.
- Review and analyze detailed medical records.
- Calculate reimbursement of benefits according to the schedule of coverage.
- Generate claim reports, as directed by each account.
- Develop your training skills by functioning as a resource for newer examiners and assist with training new examiners and customer service representatives.
- Flex your communication skills by fielding challenging phone calls and draft special correspondence.
- 1 – 3 years of CLAIMS ADJUDICATION experience.
- Current Claims Adjuster licenses preferred; otherwise, you will be required to obtain this license within 4 months of hire date.
- Strong written communication skills with the ability to draft correspondence that is clear, concise and effective. Solid verbal communication skills. Sound computer skills, including knowledge of (MS Office, Internet searches, Email correspondence programs,)
- Ability to manage time effectively and focus on multiple projects concurrently..
- College preferred, or equivalent work experience
Matrix Absence Management is one of the top Third Party Administrators (TPA) supporting clients in absence management (FMLA/Disability/Workers' Compensation). We partner with our clients Human Resources department to manage Workers' Compensation, Disability and/or Leave of absences until the claim is resolved or the employee returns to work. Our highly customer centric approach is to try and duplicate the culture of our clients to make the experience seamless for employees. Our mobile app technology provides ease of use to our client and employee in reporting claim information.
Matrix Absence Management offers a full benefit package- Medical, Dental & Vision, including 401K match. Matrix is a friendly and pleasant office environment; offering flexible schedules M-F.
The Claims Examiner will act as a liaison between client, employee and healthcare provider. In this position, you are responsible for applying appropriate claims management by providing reliable and responsive service to claimants and clients.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Investigates claim issues providing resolution within departmental and regulatory guidelines.
Interprets and administers contract provisions: eligibility and duration
Accurately codes all system fields with correct financial, diagnosis and duration information.
Coordinates with other departments to ensure appropriate claims transition or facilitate timely return to work.
Document claim updates in the claim database ensuring accuracy.
Maintaining departmental and policyholder expectations.
Adheres to compliance, departmental procedures, and Unfair Claims Practice regulations.
Actively contributes to customer service, quality and performance objectives.
Proactively engages in departmental training to remain current with all claim management practices.
Responsible for managing Performance Guarantee clients and meet targeted metrics.
Responsible and accountable for maintaining and protecting personal health information. Must maintain a high level of confidentiality and abide by HIPPA rules and regulations.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee of this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
Education, Qualifications and Experience:
Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
0 2 years leave or disability claim management experience, preferred.
Experience with Microsoft Office: Word, Excel is required.
Work experience in decision-making and information analysis.
Demonstrated prioritization and organization skills.
Critical thinking and analytical skills.
Ability to communicate clearly and succinctly verbally and in writing
Ability to meet deadlines while balancing competing demands.
Good math and calculation skills.
Essential Physical/Cognitive Job Functions
Prompt and regular attendance at assigned job locations
Ability to work shifts exceeding 8 hours, 5 days per week
Ability to interact with employees of all levels and clients in an appropriate manner
Ability to concentrate and think strategically
Availability onsite to confer with staff members with whom the incumbent must interact on a daily basis
Ability to proficiently use a personal computer for tasks such as email and preparing reports using software
Ability to review and analyze data and information.
Ability to complete, or oversee the completion of, assigned tasks/projects in a timely manner.
Matrix Absence Management is an equal opportunity employer applicants are considered for positions without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status or any other consideration made unlawful by applicable, federal state or local laws.
Driver & Dealer Examiner - Exam & Inspection Specialist
Job Class: Driver & Vehicle Services Examining & Inspection SpecialistWorking Title: Driver & Dealer Examiner
- Exam & Inspection Specialist
Who May Apply: Open to all qualified job seekers
Date Posted: 01/17/2019
Closing Date: 01/23/2019
Hiring Agency/Seniority Unit: Department of Public Safety
Division/Unit: Driver & Vehicle Services / St Cloud Exam Station
Work Shift/Work Hours: Day Shift / 8:00 am
- 4:30 pm
Days of Work: Monday
Travel Required: Yes
- Up to 25% of the time
Salary Range: $18.12 - $25.52/hourly; $37,834 - $53,285/annually
Classified Status: Classified
Employment Condition: Permanent, Full-Time
Bargaining Unit/Union: 207 - Technical / AFSCME
Work Area: Driver Services / Exam Station
FLSA Status: Nonexempt
Connect 700 Program Eligible: Yes
This position exists to promote public roadway safety by the administration of prescribed vision screening, knowledge, oral, road and skills tests for motor vehicle operators so that only qualified individuals obtain a Minnesota driver's license. This position is also responsible for inspecting motor vehicle dealership facilities and records to ensure compliance with state dealer laws, and to inspect motor vehicles for identification and titling purposes.
Major Job Duties for this Position:
Conduct all examinations necessary for the issuance of Minnesota driver's licenses and endorsements. Conduct motor vehicle dealer and VIN inspections as required. Also includes accepting various types of applications, accepting monies, issuing receipts, and taking photos for licenses. This position requires travel from one work location to another. Employee must provide transportation arrangements between locations.
This position was previously announced 11/8/18 - 11/24/18. If you have already applied for this job, you do not need to re-apply.
Ability to communicate with others and understand information; read, write and respond to customers in fluent English.
Cashiering and basic math skills in order to collect, count, reconcile and complete daily transactions.
Experience providing in-person customer service in a high volume, stressful environment.
Ability to provide prompt, courteous and accurate information to customers on the phone or in person (face to face contact) and work cooperatively with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
Data entry skills sufficient to enter data onto paper forms and computer entry screens.
Experience with basic of office equipment and Internet.
Ability to pay close attention to detail.
Must qualify for an unrestricted driver's license.
Ability to work outdoors in all types of weather.
As part of the interview process, candidates will be administered a 25 question, multiple choice exam on customer service skills, money handling, attention to detail and basic driving laws.
- Face to face customer service experience in a business with high volume customer traffic within the last five years.
- Cash handling experience sufficient to accept applications and fees from customers and accurately complete financial transactions.
- Knowledge of basic driving and motor vehicle laws.
- Ability to problem solve, prioritize and manage a wide variety of duties while working independently.
- Foreign language skills.
- Ability to write legibly sufficient to produce completed forms and documents that can be easily read by others.
- Excellent attendance and dependability.
- Ability to engage customers, provide clear instructions, answer questions and provide both positive and negative feedback in a professional manner.
- Five (5) years of driving experience with a good driving record.
Employee must be able to communicate effectively with others and understand information clearly and have a minimum visual acuity of 20/40, corrected or uncorrected and a visual field greater than or equal to 105 degrees. Average to above average reflexes are required. Must be able to maintain a stationary position for long periods of time. Must be able to position self and move many times per day into and out of all sizes of motor vehicles. Must be able to transport 25 pounds. Must be able to maintain a professional demeanor and handle stress associated with continuous public contact.
Per the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Pre-Employment Background Check Policy No. 4060 all bidders must submit to a background check prior to employment. The background check will consist of the following components:
- A criminal history check
- Reference checks
- Credit check
- Fingerprinting (EDL)
- Driver's License check
- US Citizenship check
Why Work For Us
GREAT BENEFITS PACKAGE! The State of Minnesota offers a comprehensive benefits package including low cost medical and dental insurance, employer paid life insurance, short and long term disability, pre-tax flexible spending accounts, retirement plan, tax-deferred compensation, generous vacation and sick leave, and 11 paid holidays each year.
How to Apply
Click "Apply" at the bottom of the page. If you have questions about applying for jobs, contact the job information line at 651-259-3637.
For additional information about the application process, go to http://www.mn.gov/careers.
If you have questions about the position, contact Kara Kreutzer at email@example.com or 651/201-7379.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
The State of Minnesota is an equal opportunity, affirmative action, and veteran-friendly employer. We are committed to providing culturally responsive services to all Minnesotans. The State of Minnesota recognizes that a diverse workforce is essential and strongly encourages qualified women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.
We will make reasonable accommodations to all qualified applicants with disabilities. If you are an individual with a disability who needs assistance or cannot access the online job application system, please contact the job information line at 651-259-3637 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate what assistance you need.
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Warehouse/Grain Dealer Examiner - Hardin County
The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship (IDALS) exists to connect Iowans with programs and information about crops, food safety standards, livestock and more. We work together with local farmers markets and Iowa farmers to continue to support the robust industry and culture Iowa has focused around agriculture. IDALS is seeking to fill the position of Warehouse / Grain Dealer Examiner.
A Warehouse / Grain Dealer Examiner will Under general supervision, conduct, for the State of Iowa, the Iowa Corn Promotions Board and the Iowa Soybean Association, examinations and investigations of grain and consumable agricultural products warehouses and grain dealers in order to enforce compliance with the state code and departmental regulations and policies of the corn and soybean checkoff programs which govern the business' operations; performs related work as required.
Examinations of grain dealer and warehouse operators (licensees)
Audit of grain check off monies collected and submitted by the licensees following specified procedures
Warehouse operator examinations
Special investigations and examinations
Inspect new warehouse facilities for licensing
Prioritize assigned work in order to complete the exams within the statutory and procedural guidelines
Travel by state-owned vehicle to the locations required to perform duties
Prepare time use, vehicle and expense records
Exchange electronic data with the bureau office by e-mail at least weekly.
Provide the bureau office with a weekly itinerary and/or keep the office advised of where you are
Submit completed exam report hardcopies and checks collected to the bureau office
Attend training and educational meetings as assigned.
Minimum Qualification Requirements
Graduation from an accredited college with an Associate's Degree in accounting, business, or agri-business;
experience equal to two years of full-time work in buying, handling, storing and/or selling grain and/or other farm consumable agricultural products involving responsibility for preparing and maintaining records of these transactions in a management or accounting capacity;
experience equal to two years as an examiner of grain and/or agricultural commodities for compliance with applicable laws and regulations;
experience equal to two years in auditing or examining financial institutions.
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Sr. LTD Claims Examiner
To contribute to the overall success of OneAmerica objectives by providing timely and accurate support to our client companies. To obtain and analyze information in order to make claim decisions and payments on disability claims. To develop and apply appropriate claim and disability management techniques to ensure prompt and accurate payment and liability management of disability claims. To provide responsive customer service to claimants, policyholders, brokers, and internal departments.
OneAmerica strives to ensure the independence and impartiality of all persons involved in making claim and appeal decisions. Accordingly, OneAmerica's decisions regarding hiring, compensation, termination, promotion, or other similar matters with respect to any individual are not made based upon the likelihood that the individual will support the denial of a benefit.
Successful completion of the Employee Development Disability Policy Knowledge and Claim Adjudication course.
Promptly and thoroughly investigates claims within departmental and regulatory guidelines.
Interprets and administers contract provisions including, but not limited to, eligibility, covered monthly earnings, definition of Total Disability, verification of applicable offsets and pre-existing investigations.
Develops, implements and modifies disability management plan to establish strategy and manage outcome.
Documents claim file actions and telephone conversations appropriately.
Participates in departmental Focus Reviews.
Identifies and investigates change in Total Disability definition (any occ).
Refers claim activity outside authority level to Supervisor/Manager for review.
Pro-actively communicates with claimants, policyholders, and physicians to resolve investigations issues.
Establishes, communicates and manages claimant and policyholder expectations.
Utilizes most efficient means to obtain claim information.
Fully investigates all relevant claim issues, provides payment or denials promptly and in full compliance with departmental procedures and Unfair Claims Practice regulations.
Responds to customer service issues within required timeframes to meet customer expectations.
Involves technical resources (Social Security Specialist, medical resources, vocational resources) at appropriate claim junctures.
Supports relationships with technical resources to achieve optimal financial outcomes.
Actively contributes to departmental service, quality and financial objectives.
Remains current with all corporate and disability management practices.
Collaborates with team members and management in identifying and implementing improvement opportunities.
All other duties as assigned by management.
Requirements• BA/BS or equivalent combination of education and experience.
3 or more years of experience with LTD disability claims.
Experience with computer applications – Word, Excel desired.
Work experience in decision-making and information analysis.
Ability to meet deadlines while balancing competing demands.
Good math and calculation skills.
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Contract Criminalist - Firearms Examiner
Summary of Job Duties
- This posting is scheduled to close on Monday, October, 1, 2018 at 12 noon, however is subject to close at any time without prior notice. Thank you.*
The City of Aurora's Police Department is looking for and experienced Firearms Examiner to perform analysis of forensic evidence through a variety of methods related to firearms and toolmarks as needed to support the criminal investigation functions of the Police Department.
PRIMARY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Examines & compares for identification, forensic evidence related to firearms and toolmarks by employing physical, microscopic, chemical, photographic & instrumental techniques
Analysis include mechanical function checks of firearms, fired bullet & cartridge case identifications, gunshot/bullet residue examinations, muzzle-to-target distance determinations, projectile velocity analysis, tool & toolmark identifications, physical match comparisons, serial number restoration and other specialized identification problems
May also assist in the processing/analysis of crime scenes as required
Prepares reports on analysis and crime scene investigations
May assist and advise investigators and prosecuting attorneys regarding cases, results, and expected testimony
Performs additional duties as assigned
- Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in criminalistics, chemistry, biology, physics or directly related field
1 year of specialized training in firearms/toolmark examination
At least 2 years experience conducting firearms/toolmark examination,
At least 1 year experience in conducting independent firearm/toolmark examinations and testimony as an expert
An equivalent combination of education, training and experience that demonstrates required knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered.
Knowledge of appropriate scientific procedures and equipment used in firearm/toolmark examination
Investigative methods and techniques
Rules of evidence and court testimony
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees and citizens
Handle stressful situations with tact and diplomacy
Communicate effectively both orally and in writing
Organize and prioritize work
Properly use and maintain scientific equipment
Prepare accurate reports
Testify effectively on scientific matters and work in any weather condition and under adverse physical circumstances
- Skill in firearm/toolmark examination and crime scene investigation
LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, OR EQUIPMENT REQUIRED:
Colorado Driver's License with a good driving record
This position may require the incumbent to occasionally use personal equipment (e.g. vehicle, cell phone, tools, etc.) in the course of their employment
Light to moderate physical work requiring ability to lift 50 pounds with or without assistance
Regular lifting and carrying of 10 to 20 pounds of equipment and/or evidence
Regular standing and walking to investigate crime scene
Hand/eye coordination to operate computer, laboratory instruments, and other testing instruments, and video equipment
Foot/eye coordination to operate motor vehicle; visual acuity correctable to 20/40 with no color impairment to interpret data
Speech communication, hearing, and listening to maintain communications with other employees and citizens
- Computer, camera, laboratory instruments, and video equipment
Works primarily in an office/laboratory environment with some work outdoors at crime scenes
Possible exposure to biohazard contamination, chemicals, odors, and noise
For Veterans points: Please show all of your employment history, including military service and related documentation (DD214) on the application.
The City of Aurora is an equal opportunity employer. We are required by state and federal agencies to keep certain statistical records on applicants. It will not be used in any way to discriminate against you because of your sex, race, age, sexual orientation, creed, national origin, disability or military status, gender identity, unless related to a bona fide occupational qualification as defined by the Colorado Civil Rights Commission and the Equal Opportunity Commission.
If you need assistance in completing this application, please feel free to contact our office at: 303-739-7225 or visit us at 15151 E Alameda Pkwy., Suite 3500, Aurora, CO 80012.
Polygraph Examiner 2240
$62,953 to $92,018; $79,719 to $116,573; $83,854 to $122,607; and $96,402 to $140,960
The salary range covers multiple pay grades within the class.
Annual salary range is at the start of the pay range. You may confirm the starting salary with the hiring department before accepting a job offer.
Candidates from the eligible list are normally appointed to vacancies in the lower pay grade positions.
Polygraph Examiners administer polygraph examinations to police candidates, sworn and civilian employees seeking assignments to specialized units, and suspects or witnesses in criminal investigations using computerized polygraph instruments; and, as appropriate, interview and interrogate suspects, victims, witnesses and other persons involved in City related investigations; prepare written reports in order to document polygraph examination questions and results, and testify in court as an expert witness.
Pay grade I is a trainee level. Candidates appointed to this pay grade will receive intensive on-the-job and formal training and must qualify for appointment to pay grade II within eighteen months of employment by successful completion of the training program period.
Candidates may be subject to working evening, weekend, and holiday shifts on an on-call basis.
Graduation from an approved Polygraph school accredited by the American Polygraph Association or completion of a U.S. Government Polygraph Training Program; and
Completion of 60 semester units or 90 quarter units in an accredited college or university.
In addition to the online City Application, each applicant is required to complete and submit an online Polygraph Examiner Training and Experience Questionnaire for Polygraph Examiner at the time of filing. The Polygraph Examiner Training and Experience Questionnaire is located within the Supplemental Questions Section of the City Application. Applicants who fail to complete the Training and Experience Questionnaire will not be considered further in this examination, and their application will not be processed.
Some positions may require a valid California driver's license. Candidates may not be eligible for appointment to these positions if their record within the last 36 months reflects three or more moving violations and/or at-fault accidents, or a conviction of a major moving violation (such as DUI).
Please note that qualifying education must be from a college or university accredited by a City of Los Angeles recognized agency. A list of approved accrediting agencies can be found at http://per.lacity.org/Accredited%20Institutions%2008-21-08.pdf.
Prior law enforcement experience is desired but not required.
Applicants who have the ability to speak a language other than English should indicate this in the appropriate box on the application.
WHERE TO APPLY & APPLICATION DEADLINE
Applications and the Polygraph Examiner Training and Experience (T&E) Questionnaires WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED ON-LINE. When you are viewing the online job bulletin of your choice, simply scroll to the top of the page and select the "Apply" icon. On-line job bulletins are also available at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lacity for Open Competitive Examinations.
Filing may be closed without prior notice after a sufficient number of applications and Training and Experience Questionnaires have been received. For administrative purposes, filing may close periodically and reopen the following day.
After meeting minimum qualifications, candidates will be scheduled for the following:
Examination Weight: Assessment of Training and Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100%
The examination for Polygraph Examiner will consist entirely of a Training and Experience Questionnaire. In the Training and Experience Questionnaire, the following competencies may be evaluated: Analytical Ability, Attention to Detail, Stress Tolerance, Interpersonal Skills, Written Communication, and Job Knowledge to include: principles of polygraph administration and procedure; interrogation techniques; analysis and interpretation of data; and other necessary knowledge, skills and abilities.
The candidate's responses to the Polygraph Examiner Training and Experience Questionnaire and job application information will be submitted to an expert review panel for evaluation. The expert review panel will assign a numeric score to each candidate based on an assessment of each candidate's qualifications, as described on the Training and Experience Questionnaire. Unsolicited supplemental information will not be submitted to the review panel.
This examination is based on a content validation study.
As a covered entity under the Fair Employment and Housing Act and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Los Angeles does not discriminate on the basis of disability and, upon request, will provide reasonable accommodations to ensure equal access to its programs, services, and activities. To request a disability accommodation, please complete the Disability Accommodation Form within 14 days of the submittal of the City application. The Disability Accommodation Form can be obtained at http://per.lacity.org/exams/verify_disability.pdf.
Applications are accepted subject to review to ensure that minimum qualifications are met. Candidates may be disqualified at any time if it is determined that they do not possess the minimum qualifications stated on this bulletin.
In bilingually authorized positions, a bilingual bonus of $25 per biweekly pay period is paid for fluent conversational ability in the necessary language. A bilingual bonus of $50 per biweekly pay period may be paid for the ability to write and interpret the language in addition to speaking it. A candidate must pass a proficiency examination in the language for which he/she is being certified prior to being hired in such a position.
A final average score of 70% is required to be placed on the eligible list.
A candidate may take this examination once a year (365 days). Names may be removed from the open competitive eligible list after 180 days.
If you receive and accept an offer of employment to a regular position with the City of Los Angeles, your employee benefit coverage (including health and dental coverage as well as life insurance) will commence approximately six weeks after your original regular appointment. Not all positions in the City receive benefit coverage; you should inquire regarding the availability of employee benefits prior to accepting a position.
THIS EXAMINATION IS TO BE GIVEN
ONLY ON AN OPEN COMPETITIVE BASIS
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, medical condition (cancer), or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1.Conduct preliminary revocation hearings in accordance andin conformity with the law; 2. Evaluate and analyze all information relevant toparole revocation; 3. Prepare written recommendation to Parole Board Members.
DETAILEDSTATEMENT OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsiblefor ensuring that the proceedings at the preliminary revocation hearing stageare conducted in conformity with the mandates of the law. Ascertain at each hearing that the paroleereceive adequate notice of the hearing.
Advisethe parolee that he or she may have the hearing postponed in order to obtainlegal representation and/or arrange for the attendance of witnesses. Reviewwith the parolee, the violations which he or she is alleged to have committed. Apprise the parolee of the evidence presentedto the hearing examiner.
Allow theparolee to cross-examine adverse witnesses. At the conclusion of each hearing, inform theparolee that a recommendation will be made to the Parole Board Members forfinal decision and that the Members will notifythe parolee, in writing of the final decision. Responsible for reviewing andevaluating all information relevant to thequestion of revocation.
Responsible forpreparing a written summary of the preliminary hearing and submitting awritten recommendation to the Parole Board Members. Deliver the recommendation to the hearings Unit, located in Central Office, no later than 24hours after the conclusion of the hearing.
Assist in the preparation of the final recommendationpackage which includes but is not limited to typing the recommendation. Assist the Legal Unit as needed.
This requisition will remain openuntil filled; however, first consideration will be given to those applicantsthat apply within the first 14 days.
Applicants must have (A) at least five years of full-time or equivalentpart-time, professional or para-professional experience in probations or parolework, social work, social case work, vocational counseling, employmentcounseling, rehabilitation counseling or educational counseling and (B) ofwhich at least three years must have been in a professional capacity, or (C)any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutionsbelow.
A Bachelor'sdegree with a major in social work, psychology, sociology, human services,rehabilitation, or counseling may be substituted for a maximum of two years ofthe required (A) experience and one year of the required (B) experience.*
- Educationtoward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of therequirements actually completed.
NOTE:Educational substitutions will only be permitted for a maximum of three yearsof the required experience. Substitutions will be permitted for a maximum of one year of therequired (B) experience.
Based on assignment, possession of a current and valid
Massachusetts Class 3 Motor Vehicle Operator's License may be required.
An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative ActionEmployer. Females, minorities, veterans,and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
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