Hearing Officer Job Description Sample
Student Judicial Affairs Hearing Officer
Student Judicial Affairs Hearing OfficerApplyStudent Judicial Affairs and Community StandardsLos Angeles, California The University of Southern California student judicial system is based on a developmental and progressive response to student conduct code violations within the university community. It is designed to educate students about USC’s behavioral and academic integrity standards, and assists students in understanding and acknowledging responsibility for their actions while supporting students in learning behaviors that will contribute to their well-being and success as members of the USC community. The Student Judicial Affairs Hearing Officer is responsible for assisting in the day-to-day operations of the student judicial system. The Officer is involved in a variety of activities pertaining to the student conduct process. JOB ACCOUNTABILITIES:
Administrative and Informational Reviews– Meet with students and organizations who have allegedly violated the student conduct code to ascertain their level of involvement. Adjudicate cases and assign developmental sanctions as appropriate.
Case Management– Maintain files for all assigned disciplinary cases, conduct investigations as necessary and track sanctions. Maintain and protect student disciplinary records as mandated under FERPA. Approach sensitive matters with care and assigned consistent, development sanctions, including suspensions and expulsions from the University.
Liaison– Serve as the liaison with the Office for Residential Education, Sorority & Fraternity Leadership, Student Support and Advocacy, the Department of Public Safety, and other departments throughout the University regarding student conduct related issues.
Office Duties– Maintain regular office hours, assist with phone calls and office work as needed, and attend staff meetings. Perform other duties and projects as assigned by the Director, Student Judicial Affairs and Community Standards.
Training– Assist with policy, procedure, and training manual revisions, as well as workshop designs. Opportunity to participate in workshop presentations throughout the year.
Educational Presentations– Develop and present seminars/workshops for members of the university community regarding student conduct expectations, academic integrity standards, ethics, integrity, and other issues relevant to USC’s standards of student conduct.
Advising & Meeting with Staff/Student Groups– Advise related student groups such as peer mediators, Greek organizations, and Trojans for Integrity. The University of Southern California values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment. Preferred Education
Master's degree in student personnel administration, education, counseling, social work, psychology or a related field. Preferred Experience and Skills + 1-3 years of Student Judicial Affairs professional experience at an institution of Higher Education.
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with students, families, faculty, staff and administrators.
Strong organizational skills, and ability to prioritize and undertake multiple tasks effectively.
Sound judgment and discretion in handling sensitive and confidential information.
Must be flexible and willing to work after hours and weekends occasionally, when critical situations occur.
Must be a self-starter, able to carry out assignments with minimal instruction and supervision once trained. Minimum Education: - Bachelor's degree Minimum Experience: - 3 years Minimum Field of Expertise: - Directly related experience in student support services. - Demonstrated interpersonal, critical thinking and communication skills. REQ20055215 Posted Date: 01/26/2018
Hearing Officer Salary $27.87 Hourly Location Lincoln, NE Job Type PERM FULL TIME Department Health & Human Services Department Job Number 25175022 Closing Continuous
Benefits Description The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services has an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Hearing Officer. If you have a minimum two years of experience as an attorney practicing law with bench trial experience, don't miss out on this opportunity.
Examples of Work Conduct administrative hearings pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act. Administer oaths, question witnesses, and rule on motions and admissibility of evidence. Analyze evidence and applicable statutes, regulation, and case law to reach proper conclusions.
Prepare proposed written order. Consult with decision maker regarding the proposed order. Qualifications / Requirements REQUIREMENTS:
Two years' experience as an attorney practicing law and providing legal services such as preparing cases, advising clients, and/or interpreting laws and/or administrative policies. Legal Requirements (These qualifications are mandated by federal/state laws, statutes, and/or regulations.) In accordance with Section 7-101, Nebraska Revised, Reissued Statutes of 1943, incumbents in this class must be admitted to the Nebraska Bar. A writing sample in addition to your application for the Hearing Officer is required.
PREFERRED: Must possess an active license to practice law in Nebraska. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Excellent communication and legal research and writing skills; thorough knowledge of the rules of evidence; skill in applying law and evaluating evidence; trial and appellate experience preferred.
Screening/Disciplinary Hearing Officer
Qualifications: a combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree in criminal justice or a human services field or related field plus 3 years experience in work involving general human services programs for the adult public or 2 years experience in work involving human services programs for adult felons. Work experience in a residential facility is preferred as is experience in working with ex-offenders.
Travel required, must have valid driver's license, clean driving record, able to pass background investigation. Starting wage $37,825 increasing to $39,407 after successful completion of 6 month probationary period. Duties: Work closely with the Treatment Services Director to assess candidates for screening and possible admission into the Pre-Release Program; receive all incident reports prepared by staff, determine if the incident report was properly written and meets the minimum requirements to go forward with a disciplinary hearing; investigate any incidents to ensure that all facts contained in the incident report are factual; chair the center's internal class 3 hearing committee; conduct disciplinary hearings as required; become certified in Cognitive Principles and Restructuring program; add new information into the Center specific computer program; prepare a monthly reports for other agencies. Full time position, starting salary $35,297.60 per year.
Hearing Officer - 77057
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Conducts, and/or represents Houston Housing Authority at formal or informal client hearings. Prepare detailed case documentation including, opening and closing cases, investigation summaries, activity logs and correspondence.
Maintain technical data, generate reports and findings and defend analytical work during hearings or litigation. Write and/or use computer programs to generate and analyze data. Write or draft correspondence, reports, documents and/or other written materials.
Coordinate and/or act as a liaison between Houston Housing Authority, work units other agencies, and organizations. Schedule and/or coordinate appointments, meetings, facilities, or other activities; gathers materials and follows up as needed. Ensure compliance with applicable federal and/or state laws, regulations, and/or Houston Housing Authority policies and rules, standards and guidelines.
Interpret, clarify, explain and apply Houston Housing Authority policy and procedures, business practices, federal or state laws and regulations. Receive, research and respond to incoming questions or complaints; provide information, explain policy and procedures, and/or facilitate a resolution. Analyze, summarize and/or review data; report findings, interpret results and/or make recommendations.
Other related duties and tasks as assigned and/or required. REQUIREMENTS: College degree and/or Paralegal Certification required. Hearing Officer Training completion required, or will be required to be completed within three (3) months of employment.
Hearing Officer Certification strongly preferred.
If not in possession, will be required to obtain within six (6) months of employment.
Housing Choice Voucher Program Certification preferred.
Incumbents are encouraged to obtain Certification within the first 12 months of employment. At least two (2) years of experience/knowledge of Houston Housing Authority s Housing Choice Voucher Program Administrative Plan, Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy and HUD Regulations regarding Informal Hearing/Review/Grievance and termination of program assistance is preferred. Experience in government or affordable housing preferred.
Previous experience conducting Housing Choice Voucher and public housing hearings strongly preferred. Excellent reasoning and writing skills sufficient to properly draft hearing decisions are essential. Must be able to maintain highest level of confidentiality and ethics.
Valid Texas driver s license or obtain such within the first thirty (30) days of employment. Eligibility for coverage under Houston Housing Authority fleet auto insurance.
Hearing Officer (Aho #70185)
Hearing Officer (AHO #70185) Print Apply Hearing Officer (AHO #70185) Salary $44,782.40 - $77,916.80 Annually Location Albuquerque, NM Job Type Permanent Position Agency Administrative Hearings Office Job Number 2018-00093 Closing 3/16/2018 11:59 PM Mountain
- Questions Job Description NEOGOV is currently working on a system update for applicants who use screen readers. If you are applying with a screen reader and need assistance, please contact Andrea Rivera-Smith @ (505) 695-5606. IMPORTANT NOTICE: Attached resumes will not be reviewed or considered. You are required to include your work experience in the Work Experience section of your application. If you have previously included work history on a resume you must transfer your work history into the Work Experience section prior to submitting your application. For more information please visit our website: Employment with the State of New Mexico Purpose of Position: The purpose of this position is to conduct and adjudicate administrative hearings of all types for the AHO as assigned by the Chief Hearing Officer, including primarily cases under the Tax Administration Act, and the Property Tax Code, and some cases under the Implied Consent Act, and the Motor Vehicle Code. This position is a Pay Band 80. THIS POSTING WILL BE USED TO CONDUCT ONGOING RECRUITMENT WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL THE POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED. Classification Description Administrative Law Judge, Adjudicator Advanced Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration, Political Science, Business Administration, Social Services or Labor Relations and six (6) years of experience in conducting administrative hearings, employment placement, claims adjudication and/or investigations. Any combination of education from an accredited college or university in a related field and/or direct experience in this occupation totaling ten (10) years may substitute for the required education and experience. Employment
Must possess and maintain a current Defensive Driving Course Certificate from the State of New Mexico or must pass and receive Defensive Driving Certification within six (6) months of date of hire as a condition of continued employment. Must be current with all tax reporting/payment. Employment is subject to post offer pre-employment criminal background check to include fingerprint checks and is conditional pending results. Employment is subject to pre-employment background investigation and is conditional pending results. Statutory
Licensed as an attorney by the Supreme Court of New Mexico which requires graduation from an accredited school of law, OR licensure (in good standing) in another state and sitting for and passing the next available State Bar exam (NMSA 1978, Section 36-2-27 and Rule 16-505 NMRA). Supplemental Information Benefits: Do you know what Total Compensation is? http://www.spo.state.nm.us/total-compensation.aspx Working Conditions: Work is performed in an office setting with exposure to Visual/Video Display Terminal (VDT) and extensive personal computer and phone usage. Some sitting, standing, bending and reaching may be required. Conditions of Employment: Working Conditions for individual positions in this classification will vary based on each agency's utilization, essential functions, and the recruitment needs at the time a vacancy is posted. All requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Default FLSA Status: Exempt. FLSA status may be determined to be different at the agency level based on the agency's utilization of the position. Bargaining Unit: This position is not covered by a collective bargaining unit. Agency Contact Information: David Buchanan, (505) 383-0318. Link to Agency: http://www.tax.newmexico.gov/administrative-hearing-office.aspx Applicant Help/How to Apply: http://www.spo.state.nm.us/State_Employment.aspx Facebook LinkedIn Risk Management Division Employee Benefits The State’s General Services Department Risk Management Division, Employee Benefits Bureau (EBB), is responsible for the procurement and oversight of employee benefits - including Medical, Pharmacy, Dental, Vision, Short & Long Term Disability, and Life Insurance. EBB insures approximately 68,000 State of New Mexico and Local Public Body employees and family members. The State’s Group Benefits Plan also offers COBRA, Flexible Spending Account Programs, and an Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Erisa Administrative Services, Inc. (Erisa) is the State’s Third Party Administrator. They provide benefits administration to all plan participants, and offer knowledgeable staff to answer your questions. To learn more Benefit Information In addition to the benefits listed above, the State of New Mexico Offers a retirement plan and a medical program for retirees. For more information regarding the State of New Mexico's plans you can visit the following websites: Public Employees Retirement Association of New Mexico Website New Mexico Retiree Health Care Authority 01 Please indicate the highest level of education you have completed. If you have responded that you have an education higher than a high school diploma or GED, you must attach a copy of your official/unofficial transcript(s) that clearly state the type of degree and date awarded/conferred, institution name, applicant name and is in a format that cannot be modified (edited). Your application WILL NOT be considered for further review if you have failed to provide this information.
High School Diploma or GED
Associates Degree or Technical/Vocational Certificate
Ph.D. / PsyD / Ed.D. / M.D. / D.O. / Doctorate 02 How many years of experience do you have RELATED to the PURPOSE of this position? Please note that the purpose of this position is an extension of the minimum qualifications. Please review both the purpose of position and minimum qualifications before responding to this question. If you worked a part-time position (less than 40 hours a week) please be aware that your experience for this time period will be pro-rated. Additionally, if you have work experience that overlaps, you will only be credited for a maximum of 40 hours per week for that time period. Please note, that only related work experience will be considered.
None + 3 months of experience + 6 months of experience + 1 year of experience + 2 years of experience + 3 years of experience + 4 years of experience + 5 years of experience + 6 years of experience + 7 years of experience + 8 years of experience + 9 years of experience + 10 years of experience + 11 years of experience + 12 years of experience + 13 years of experience + 14 years of experience + 15 years of experience 03 Are you currently licensed as an attorney in good standing for at least three years in New Mexico or any other US state?
no 04 H1021A-690 How many years of experience do you have in the administrative hearing process?
Less than two (2) years
Three (3) years
Four (4) years
Five (5) or more years 05 X50000-333 Do you have experience as an attorney in any legal proceeding involving elements of New Mexico tax law?
no 06 Briefly describe when and how you obtained this experience. Please note if you answered "No" to the previous question, type "n/a" as your response to this question. 07 H1021A-378 Have you researched, composed, and signed documents rendering the decision or recommended decision for hearings?
No 08 C2011TRD Do you have significant knowledge and experience in personal income tax law?
No 09 C2011TRD Do you have significant knowledge and experience in New Mexico's gross receipt tax?
No 10 C2011TRD Do you have significant knowledge and experience in New Mexico's Property Tax Code?
No 11 Do you have significant knowledge and experience New Mexico's Implied Consent Act?
No 12 I understand that I must attach transcripts if I have certified that I have an education higher than a High School Diploma or GED, which include the date and type of degree awarded, institution name, applicant name and is in a format that cannot be modified (edited). PLEASE NOTE: Attachments are NOT automatically attached to your application. You will need to select which documents to attach to each application. (The last 15 attachments uploaded are available for selection). I understand that my response to the experience question will be confirmed. I have included my related work experience in the Work Experience Section of my application. I understand that I must complete the Certificates and Licenses section of my application or attach proof of this license/certificate to my application if this position has a statutory requirement. I understand that my application will not be further considered if I fail to provide this required information and documentation at the time my application is submitted.
I understand Required Question Agency State of New Mexico Address 2600 Cerrillos Road Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505. Website http://www.spo.state.nm.us
Hearing Officer - #00668
Applications for this position must be submitted electronically through this website. Mailed, emailed, faxed, or hand delivered applications and résumés will not be accepted. Presides over all hearings for offender disciplinary reports; receives and processes all forms related to disciplinary action; monitors the penalty offer process; oversees, implements and administers all procedures related to disciplinary hearings and offender disciplinary actions.
Promotes positive offender behavior by contributing consequences to negative behavior. Provides staff with an avenue for proper offender management. Maintains compliance with Department Policy and Division and Institutional Operating Procedures.
Minimum Qualifications High School Diploma or equivalent
. Considerable knowledge of VA DOC policies and procedures. Demonstrated ability to obtain and evaluate information and evidence to conduct a fair and impartial hearing, make a sound and impartial finding of guilt or innocence and to explain charges, rules and regulations.
Ability to synthesize data and conduct hearings in a fair and impartial manner and to document results of the disciplinary hearings. Ability to communicate orally and in writing. Ability to read, interpret and apply policies and guidelines, Ability to train staff and offenders in the application of disciplinary process. Computer skills to include Microsoft Office.
Preferred Qualifications Ability to speak Spanish
. Graduation from an accredited college with emphasis in Communication, Business, Administration, Social Sciences, or Criminal Justice. Experience working in Corrections or a related field. Considerable knowledge of VADOC Offender Discipline Procedure.
Special Requirements All applicants are subject to a background investigation and pre
-employment drug screen. The investigation may include: fingerprint checks (State Police, FBI); local agency checks; employment verification; verification of education (relevant to employment); credit checks; and other checks requested by the hiring authority.
Special Instructions to Applicants
Applications for this position must be submitted electronically through this website. Mailed, emailed, faxed, or hand delivered applications and résumés will not be accepted.Applications must include complete work history, including periods of unemployment if applicable. Consideration for an interview is based solely on the information within the application.
A resume will not substitute for a fully completed state application.
Applications submitted with “see resume” under work experience are considered incomplete. This website will provide a confirmation of receipt when the application is submitted for consideration.
Please refer to your RMS account for the status of your application and this position. This is a tobacco free facility. Use of all tobacco products is prohibited on site at all times. Applicants who possess an Interagency Placement Screening Form (Yellow Form) or a Preferential Hiring Form (Blue Form) as issued under the Department of Human Resources Management (DHRM) Policy 1.30 Layoff (Commonwealth of Virginia Employees Only), must attach these forms with their state application. The Virginia Department of Corrections is an EEO employer.
Reasonable accommodations are available upon request. AMERICORPS, PEACE CORPS, AND OTHER NATIONAL SERVICE ALUMNI ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY ### Contact Information
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804-834-9967 ## Fax FAXED APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR THIS POSITION ## Email EMAILED APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR THIS POSITION ## Address MAILED APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR THIS POSITION
Working Title:* Hearing Officer - #00668 Role Title: Hearing Legal Servcs Offcr I - 19071 Job Open Date: 02/09/2018 Job Close Date: 02/26/2018 Is this position funded in whole or in part by the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (Stimulus Package)?: No
Hiring Range:* $36,730 - $71,467 Agency: Sussex 1 State Prison (733)
Agency Website:* Click Here for Agency Website
183 Position Number: 00668 Job Posting Number: 1034209 Type of Recruitment: Agency Employee Only
Does this position have telework options?:* No
Bilingual/Multilingual Skill Requirement/Preference:* No
Job Type:* Full-Time (Salaried)
Job Type Detail:* Full-Time Salaried
- Non-Faculty- FTS-1 Pay Band: 04
Hearing Officer (Intermittent)
THIS POSITION IS PART-TIME/INTERMITTENT AND NO QCP WILL BE ESTABLISHED
To adjudicate second level appeals of Metro Parking Tickets, Customer Code Offenses and Hot Lane violations.
Example Of Duties
- Reviews written declarations and accompanying evidentiary materials, evaluates validity and lawfulness of contested parking, customer code violation, and Hot Lane violations citations; makes findings of fact and renders verbal and written decisions in the context of all factors
- Conducts personal appearance hearings and written declaration second level appeals; interviews witnesses, makes findings of fact and renders verbal and written decisions in the context of all factors
- Completes necessary investigation procedures in a consistent and timely manner following established procedures
- Interfaces with employees of other Metro departments and contractors to obtain necessary information related to policy, procedures or answers to specific questions or situations needed to complete cases
- Accesses and interprets all relevant data from applicable statutes, data bases and case files
- Writes concise, accurate opinions concerning proceedings and promptly adjudicates matters based upon the law, evidence and Metro policy
- Inputs into a computer data base all records of proceedings adjudicated utilizing case management system, voice recording software and other modalities to document the proceedings
- Creates and maintains records in an accurate and timely manner
- Manages and controls contentious proceedings effectively
- Works cooperatively with other hearing officers, the principal hearing officer and other Metro staff
- Maintains an appropriate level of decorum and guards the independence and integrity of the adjudicative process
- Deals effectively with the general public as the representative of Metro
- Contributes to ensuring that the EEO policies and programs of Metro are carried out
Requirements For Employment
- Juris Doctorate degree
- Eligible to practice law in California
- 2 years journey level experience in parking citation hearing adjudication; mediation, arbitration, dispute resolution, conduct of administrative hearings or equivalent experience as an attorney in the criminal, civil, dependency, or juvenile courts; administrative hearings or other high volume courts like environment which require problem solving on a one-to-one basis
- Valid California Class C Drivers License
- Completion or the ability to complete prior to commencing employment, at least twenty (20) hours of training as required by California Vehicle Code Section 40215 (4) (b) and other training as may be required
- Oral and written fluency in languages other than English will be highly desirable
- Theories, principles and practices of modern adjudication proceedings including laws of evidence, due process, civil and criminal procedure, court room demeanor and appropriate methods of resolving conflicts and disputes
- Applicable local and state laws, ordinances, codes and regulations governing public transit (the California Penal Code, the California Vehicle Code and the California Public Utilities Code, LACMTA Administrative Code)
- Modern law enforcement practices
- Process and administration of work using paperless software programs and databases
- Microsoft based operating system and Microsoft Office Software
- Understand, interpret and apply law, rules, regulations, policies and procedures
- Conduct adjudicative processes professionally with a respect for appellants and due process including the notion of fair hearings, the opportunity to be heard, and the ideal of justice
- Resolve /mediate disputes; make sound decisions and judgments promptly and without bias
- Comply with training and instructions
- Prepare clear, concise written decisions and other required documents
- Deal with stressful and hostile interactions with members of the general public
- Establish and maintain effective communication with staff and diverse ethnic and economic groups
- Complete required ongoing training and development programs
- Prepare and provide comprehensive records of all adjudicative processes
- Maintain a commitment to the timely performance of an as needed work schedule
- Proactively analyze situations, identify problems, recommend and implement solutions
- Interact professionally with various levels of Metro personnel and representatives from outside agencies and organizations
- Represent Metro before the public
- Read, write, speak, and understand English
Applicants who best meet job-related qualifications will be invited to participate in the examination process that may consist of any combination of written, performance, or oral appraisal to further evaluate job-related experience, knowledge, skills and abilities.
To apply, visit Metro's website at and complete an online Employment Application.
Computers are available to complete online Employment Applications at the following Metro location:
METRO Headquarters, Employment Office
One Gateway Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Telephone: or persons with hearing or speech impairments can use California Relay Service 711 to contact Metro.
All completed online Employment Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date. (CV)
*Open to the public and all Metro employees
This is an At-Will position and employee serves at the pleasure of the hiring authority.
This job bulletin is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties, responsibilities, or requirements. Employees may be required to perform other related job duties.
Dependency Hearing Officer Clerk
We are seeking an experienced and organized Dependency Hearing Officer Clerk who is able to work independently and as part of team to assist with the administration of the day-to-day operations of the Dependency Hearing Office, including processing and case tracking of Court Orders in the Common Pleas Case Management System. The Clerk will also perform supportive functions in the Child Protection and Permanency Department and Custody Department. Additional responsibilities will include:
*Transcribing/typing recommendations from the Hearing Officer into various Court Orders on the computer system; updating various computer screens with case information to ensure accuracy of Court Orders entered by the Hearing Officer.
*Documenting and processing court rulings as ordered, including manually drafting, amending and modifying Court Orders.
*Copying, sorting and distributing completed Court Orders/lists to appropriate court officials and agencies in a timely manner.
*Receiving, preparing and maintaining Court Lists records according to established guidelines and procedures.
*Scheduling, rescheduling and/or canceling hearings, motions and reviews.
*Responding to inquiries from court personnel, attorneys and others concerning procedures, schedules and specific cases.
*Processing and case tracking of dependency Court Orders.
*Providing coverage for ECA, Restraining Orders and Directing Attendance at a Shelter Hearing requests by the agency.
*Screening Pro-se motions for CYF involvement.
*Performing other clerical duties as needed or required including back up assignments for other clerical positions in the Child Protection and Permanency Department and Custody Department.
Associates degree or additional business school training, including computer technology, preferred or High School Diploma /equivalent, plus a minimum of 3 years' related experience in an office/clerical setting with court processing experience preferred. Ability to work under pressure in a fast paced office and deal with stress associated with a confidential court environment, as well as good typing and computer skills are important. Must also be able to communicate in a clear, concise and professional manner to provide information and assistance regarding cases and procedures to court officials, court employees, attorneys and law enforcement representatives.
Interested candidates should submit resume and apply online at:
Apply by visiting direct link to application: https://secure3.entertimeonline.com/ta/6120442.jobs?ShowJob=117528004&prevScreenX=0&prevScreenY=0
Minimum Qualifications A license to practice law in the State of New York, which must be maintained for the duration of service as an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) for the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH). Three years of recent relevant post-bar legal experience.
Duties Description ALJs
, under the direction of the Chief Administrative Law Judge, conduct fair and impartial quasi-judicial hearings and write decisions in cases involving the professions and occupations regulated by the Department of State. The areas of jurisdiction, which exceed 30, include, but are not limited to: real estate brokers/salespersons, cosmetologists, appearance enhancement business owners, notaries public, security guards and private investigators. ALJs rule on motions, receive and develop evidence, elicit testimony, and issue final decisions. They apply the appropriate laws, regulations and policy to the facts and evidence. ALJs write decisions which must be legally supported, as well as written in language accessible to self-represented litigants, attorneys and the general public. OAH is committed to expanding access to justice for all New Yorkers. Candidates who share that commitment are preferred. Prior experience as an Administrative Law Judge or Hearing Officer is also preferred.
Additional Comments Per Diem Administrative Law Judges are compensated
$285.00 per day. Applicants will be fingerprinted and must submit to a background check.
Notes on Applying Please submit a cover letter
, resume and brief writing sample. In addition, please indicate the Vacancy ID number with your response.
Date Posted: 02/07/18 Applications Due: 02/15/18 Vacancy ID: 47558 Agency: State, Department of
Title:* Hearing Officer
Occupational Category:* Legal
Salary Grade:* NS
Bargaining Unit:* None listed
Salary Range:* From $285 to $285 Daily
Employment Type:* Per Diem
Appointment Type:* Temporary
Jurisdictional Class:* Unclassified Service
Travel Percentage:* 0% Workweek: Variable
Hours Per Week:* 10-20 From: 12 AM
To:* 11:30 PM
Flextime allowed?:* No
Mandatory overtime?:* No
Compressed workweek allowed?:* No
Telecommuting allowed?:* No
Zip Code:* 12231 Name: Margaret Reinemann
Fax:* 518-402-3656 Email Address: HRM.Recruitment@dos.ny.gov
Street Address:* One Commerce Plaza 99 Washington Avenue
Street:* 99 Washington Avenue, 11th Floor, Suite 1150
Hearing Officer - Utility / Regulatory - Philadelphia Gas Commission
Philadelphia Gas Commission Seeking candidates with Administrative Law Judge experience The Philadelphia Gas Commission has general responsibility (together with the City Administration and Philadelphia City Council) for overseeing the management and operation of the Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW) by the Philadelphia Facilities Management Corporation (PFMC). PGW is a natural gas distribution operation owned by the City of Philadelphia. The PFMC is a non-profit corporation which operates PGW under contract with the City. The Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW) is the largest municipally-owned gas utility in the nation, supplying gas service in the City of Philadelphia to over 500,000 customers. From its humble beginnings in 1836, PGW has grown into the large, modern facility that exists today. As one of the nation's leading natural gas providers, PGW prides itself on stability and continual growth. PGW is dedicated to becoming the Greenest Natural Gas Delivery Company in the region. The Hearing Examiner reviews and applies laws and regulations, conducts hearings, makes decisions and recommendations based on appropriate findings. The incumbent is expected to plan, organize and conduct examinations independently, including investigating facts, researching precedents, defining issues and options, and developing conclusions and recommendations. This position provides advanced technical support to the Executive Director in fulfilling the Gas Commission’s governance and oversight responsibilities, as well as certain administrative obligations.
Reviews, analyzes and thoroughly vets PGW budget and other filings; prepares informal and formal discovery, and lines of questioning for hearings; interacts with parties to expedite conduct of Commission’s due diligence reviews as appropriate.
Assists Executive Director on developing strategy, issue identification and development, disposing of motions or petitions, and briefing Gas Commissioners, as requested.
Prepares and suggests edits to others’ draft recommended decisions, motions, briefing materials, orders and resolutions, and similar materials; incorporates City Law Department input as needed.
Assists Executive Director to coach and mentor lower level personnel.
Monitors PGW compliance with reporting and disclosure directives, and takes appropriate follow-up action.
Review and analyzes relevant reports, studies, contracts, rules, regulations, laws.
Assists Executive Director to satisfy Right to Know Law; City Department of Records retention and disposal; PGW Pension Committee and other similar requirements.
Other similar duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
Juris Doctor Degree with 7-10 years’ experience, preferably in a utility, regulatory or municipal environment.
Excellent, prolific written and oral communications skills; ability to convey complex technical information in clear, concise and accessible language and form.
Exceptional organizational abilities and meticulous attention to detail.
Proven ability to work under pressure, coordinate multiple priorities and meet strict deadlines.
Very strong analytic (qualitative and quantitative) skills; knowledge of budgets, financial reporting and the utility industry.
Proficiency in MS Office Suite – MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Self-starter; demonstrates initiative and ability to work independently.
Commitment and ability to work well within a team approach, while taking leadership role in attaining the Gas Commission’s goals.
Proven ability to establish, implement and manage schedules and procedures.
Experience in conducting public hearings efficiently and with appropriate demeanor. Knowledge of administrative hearing procedures, applicable laws, government regulations and agency rules.
Experience in determining and applying relevant rules and statutes, complying with ethical standards,recognizing problems and identifying and facilitating solutions. Residency Requirement: All employees of the Philadelphia Gas Commission and Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW) must live in the City of Philadelphia for the duration of their employment. If a candidate does not live in the City of Philadelphia at the time of hire, he/she must move into the city within twelve (12) months of his/her hire date. We offer a strong benefit package that includes free basic health and dental insurance. The Philadelphia Gas Commission and PGW are proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer, M/F/D/VAAP/EEO. Location: Center City Philadelphia (19102) While we appreciate all responses, only those who are uniquely qualified will be contacted. Local candidates will be given preference – interview expenses are not funded. ID: 2017-1364 Department for Portal Display: Philadelphia Gas Commission Department External Company URL: www.pgworks.com ADP Department #: Philadelphia Gas Commission Department 
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