Hearing Officer Job Description Sample
Note: Open until filled.
To ensure priority consideration please apply by 8/30/18 As a UW employee, you have a unique opportunity to change lives on our campuses, in our state and around the world. UW employees offer their boundless energy, creative problem solving skills and dedication to build stronger minds and a healthier world.
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Compliance Services seeks to fulfill the University's obligations under federal, state and local laws and regulations. Utilizing a highly collaborative shared services model, and operating in alignment with the nationally-recognized seven elements of effective compliance, Compliance Services provides leadership, guidance and support in policy oversight, institutional reporting, compliant investigation and adjudication, board and governance support, process and systems improvement, and development of training and education
We have an outstanding opportunity for a full-time Hearing Officer. The individual in this position will act as the hearing officer in full hearings under the student conduct code.
Manage and preside over full hearings in student conduct proceedings in accordance with regulatory and legal requirements, including
Providing appropriate notices to parties, including developing a pre-hearing schedule and hearing date consistent with mandated timeframes and processes;
Managing, evaluating, and making decisions on all pre-hearing matters (motions, etc.) and preparing pre-hearing order;
Making decisions about the admissibility of evidence and describing reasoning for decisions;
Effectively and thoroughly eliciting and evaluating testimony, documentary evidence, etc. in full hearing and managing objections and motions by the parties and/or attorneys;
Drafting initial orders that accurately reflect the deliberative process, outcome, and reasoning;
Creating an accurate and complete record of the full hearing to document the process and for the purposes of any prospective administrative or judicial review;
Working with limited supervision to complete duties and meet deadlines;
Acting as an effective process partner with other University offices and individuals involved in conduct proceedings; and
Functioning as a team player by supporting other hearing officers as appropriate.
Identify, evaluate, and escalate process improvement opportunities, including
Serving as a member of and providing expertise for the Advisory Committee for Student Conduct, which is tasked with evaluating and recommending improvements and/or revisions to policies and processes;
Identifying policy and process issues that impact full hearings and ensuring they are appropriately addressed;
Providing expertise for developing necessary training for those involved in adjudications;
Consulting with and providing expertise to process partners, such as the Title IX Coordinator and conduct offices, regarding development and refinement of the new process;
Providing assistance and expertise to all areas of the University in need of information regarding the student conduct process and, in particular, full hearings; and
On request, providing general advice as a subject matter expert to other hearing officers.
Act as hearing officer, chair, or adjudicator in other types of agency proceedings, as assigned
Act as back up for review coordinator to facilitate administrative reviews in conduct proceedings where a full hearing has not been held.
As a UW employee, you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs. For detailed information on Benefits for this position, click here.
Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school and an active or judicial membership of any state's bar association;
A minimum of two to three years of equivalent or relevant work experience is required.
Demonstrated ability to effectively manage and conduct neutral administrative hearings/proceedings, including ruling on objections and motions and creating an accurate and complete record;
Demonstrated ability to exercise sound judgment and discretion in the handling of confidential information;
Demonstrated ability to neutrally and objectively gather information through questioning and observing individuals and by examining records and documents;
Demonstrated experience with comprehensively and effectively composing documents dealing with complex legal and factual issues, including reports, memorandums, and other correspondence;
Ability to effectively interact with people who are under physical or emotional stress;
Ability to tactfully interact with others and maintain a calm manner in stressful situations while maintaining the authority of the role of presiding over full hearings;
Excellent oral and written communication skills;
Ability to develop and deliver appropriate curricula to various audiences; and
Unquestioned integrity and trustworthiness.
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.
At least five years of demonstrated success working in a similarly complex environment;
Comprehensive knowledge of administrative and/or student conduct proceedings that intersect with higher education;
Demonstrated experience with administrative proceedings in Washington State;
Knowledge of federal law relating to student conduct proceedings, such as FERPA, Title IX, VAWA, Clery Act, and due process;
Experience working with university student conduct processes;
Understanding of student development theories and ability to apply theory to practice in a university setting;
Admission in good standing to practice law in the State of Washington; and
Three or more years of litigation, trial practice or full-time judicial experience within the past seven years.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
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Correctional Hearing Officer 4
Correctional Hearing Officer 4
Office of the Deputy Secretary
- Hearings Unit
Tacoma Community Justice Center
- This recruitment is open to current permanent Washington State Department of Corrections employees only.
The Washington State Department of Corrections (DOC) seeks a qualified individual for the position of Correctional Hearing Officer 4 located at the Tacoma Community Justice Center in Tacoma, WA.
About the Agency
DOC's mission is to improve public safety. We lead the nation with innovative and evidence-based practices that are aimed at reducing recidivism and improving public safety. Our employees find this profession both challenging and rewarding as they work together with law enforcement officers, treatment providers, and community members to facilitate change in offenders' lives. Hearings unit staff experience a high degree of personal satisfaction knowing they are creating environments in which offenders can learn to make choices that contribute to a safer society.
For additional information about DOC, please visit our website: www.doc.wa.gov.
To begin the online application process:
Click the green 'Apply' button on the job posting and sign in or create an account.
Complete your application.
Please be sure to attach the following to your application:
Current Resume, (chronological, with relevant experience listed).
Minimum of three (3) professional references, (including name, phone number and email address).
Letter of Interest, (no more than two (2) pages), indicating how you meet the qualifications and why you believe you are the ideal candidate for this position.
Click "Accept & Submit" to submit your application.
Incomplete application packages may disqualify an applicant from the application process.
The Hearings Unit conducts Administrative Hearings in according with identified standards and regulations as defined in statutes, case law, policies and court decisions. The Department of Corrections' Hearings Unit enhances community safety by fairly, consistently and swiftly applying the requirements of applicable case law and statutes in the proper conduct of offender hearings.
This position performs the following work:
Supervise and manage Hearing Officer 3 workforce and assign their workload.
Supervise the Hearing Officer 3 workforce, four (4) located at Tacoma Community Justice Center, one (1) Bremerton, four (4) Kent Regional Justice Center.
Supervisor assigns the Hearing Officer 3 workload by compiling a module of assignments to assure hearings are covered in a timely manner for identified locations
Monitor individual employees and team performance to ensure it meets accepted standards for quality, timeliness and that policies are implemented and adhered to.
Conduct timely employee performance evaluations and ensure proper coaching, training and feedback is provided.
Review and process leave requests according to agency policy.
Recognize good performance and address performance deficiencies and appropriately document in the employee record.
Assess staff individually for career development, personal/professional goals.
Train new staff on leave and agency policies and processes
Coordinate and communicate with facilities and other DOC units.
Communicate with DOC facilities staff, and staff at county, city and tribal jails regarding issues such as scheduling, offender transfers, and hearing processes.
Communicate with Community Corrections, Work Release, and Prisons staff on matters such as staff availability for hearings.
Communicate with Records staff on matters such as preparation of upcoming hearings and hearing records procedures.
Assigns, supervises, and serves as Statewide Duty Officer.
Serve as Duty Officer on an occasional basis.
Coordinate with other supervisors to assign Hearing Officer 3 Duty Officers on a rotating basis.
Required to be immediately available and accessible to all DOC staff, including after-hours.
Review all submissions of aggravating factors and approve or deny based on policy.
Review all requests for Conditional Release and approve or deny based on policy.
Review all requests for Dismissals With and Without Prejudice and approve or deny based on policy.
Review all other requests for information.
Serve as Chair of a three person appeals panel.
Document all decisions as required Hearing Appeal Panel Chair:
Determine whether to submit appeals to the panel.
Prepare and provide written correspondence to offender appellants.
Review and respond to appeal request from offenders.
Review entire record of an appealed hearing; verify due process and legal requirements were met in aspects of the hearing appealed by the offender.
Verify sanction complies with applicable law and state policy.
Verify whether any imposed sanction was reasonable.
Confer with panel to determine appeal decision. ·
Prepare written appeal panel decisions.
Forward concerns regarding any possible manifest error to the Hearings Unit Administrator.
Respond to questions regarding any Appeals Panel decision.
Coordinate panel conferences and ensures timely decisions are rendered.
Review all panel decisions; provides feedback to the panelists and Hearings Unit Administrator. Develops, updates, and provides training to panelists.
Minimum Required Qualifications:
A Bachelor degree from a college or university whose accreditation is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the US Department of Education or foreign equivalent AND
Three (3) years' experience as a Hearing Officer or the equivalent in a governmental agency; or three years as a member of an administrative tribunal empowered to issue finding of fact or conclusion of law; or three years of relevant legal related experience in private or public employment.
Must have a notary or the ability to become a notary in the State of Washington within 90 days of appointment date.
Must have a valid driver's license.
Experience supervising subordinates.
Masters or Juris Doctorate degree.
Demonstrated leadership experience.
Experience as a hearings examiner, mediator, arbitrator, court commissioner or judge.
Specialized experience addressing complex legal issues.
Candidates must be able to:
Ability to write and speak clearly, factually, and concisely.
Ability to listen and understand complex processes.
Ability to coach, give instructions and constructive criticism.
Effective oral and written communication skills in routine and emergency situations.
- Creates an environment in which people can be successful. Personally exhibits excitement, enthusiasm, and commitment to the group's mission, while linking everyday work to agency mission. Sees and takes advantage of the potential in people, opportunities, and events. Takes appropriate risks to improve performance or reach a challenging goal. Knows when to compromise and when to take a stand. Willing to responsibly challenge the status quo when necessary. Actively seeks new ideas and opportunities to improve.
- Community Relationships
- Participates in the formation and maintenance of successful relationships with criminal justice partners and community resources;
- Observes and strategizes personal response based on environmental conditions and human behavior;
- Stress Tolerance
- Remains calm and rational while handling difficult situations to include, but not limited to volatile, threatening, or other crisis/emergency situations. Expertly intervenes in response to threats;
- Professional Standards
- Knows and applies community corrections related law, policy, procedure, and practice. Adheres to productivity standards and timelines established by law and policy. Identifies own training needs and proactively seeks training opportunities;
- Incorporates new information into an existing framework of understanding. Accepts change and supports the Agency through changes in law, policy, and procedure.
'The mission of DOC is to improve public safety.'
For additional information about the agency, please visit doc.wa.gov.
- Please include a minimum of three professional references with your application. A professional reference is defined as an individual who has been paid to supervise your work and can attest to your work performance, technical skills, and job competencies. If you do not have any or sufficient professional references, please include non-related professionals, such as educators or other professional associates.
Phone number AND email address are required for all professional references.
Prior to a new hire, a background check including criminal record history will be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant's suitability and competence to perform in the position.
Employees may work directly with or in close proximity to incarcerated individuals in a potentially hazardous setting. Please consider this when deciding whether to apply.
We are committed to maintaining a drug and alcohol free work environment, and our employees are expected to comply with all state and federal laws. A pre-employment drug test may be administered as part of the selection process, and applicants who test positive for any controlled substances, will be disqualified from consideration.
Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) is an aerosol pepper spray made available as a means of self-defense and/or de-escalation. Applicants with sensitivities or allergies are encouraged to ask about the level of exposure they could expect in this position.
Animal care projects are a common component of most Washington State prisons, including dog and cat programs. Applicants with animal sensitivities or allergies are encouraged to ask about the level of exposure they could expect in this position.
Tuberculosis (TB) is a priority health issue for DOC employees. The successful candidate may be required to provide valid proof of a baseline TB skin test within 60 days from the date of hire. When positive tests result, further information, testing and treatment may also be required. Employment is not contingent upon test results.
This position may be represented by a Union Shop.
We are committed to hiring individuals who possess core diversity competencies:
Foster a positive attitude and openness toward the ever changing social and cultural makeup of the workplace.
Work effectively with people of different perspectives, abilities, disabilities, races, religions, ages, lifestyle preferences and social, ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
Respectfully acknowledge people's differences and recognize these differences as important and valuable.
Be culturally sensitive and appropriate.
Respect and value diverse backgrounds and traditions.
DOC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, honorably discharged veteran, veteran status, genetic information, or the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability or the use of a trained guide dog or service animal by a person with a disability.
For questions about this recruitment, or to request reasonable accommodation in the application process, please email email@example.com or call us at (360) 407-5755. For TTY service, please call the Washington Relay Service at 7-1-1 or 1-800-833-6388.
Parole Officer IV - Senior Hearing Officer Or Analyst
JOB POSTING NO: 064037PP14
PAYROLL TITLE: PAROLE OFFICER IV
EXTENDED TITLE: Senior Hearing Officer or Analyst
SALARY: GR. B18-($4,197.59 / Monthly)
VACANCY LOCATION: Austin, TX
UNIT/DEPT: Board of Pardons and Paroles
PAYROLL JOB#: 713702
Hazardous Duty Pay
Law Enforcement & Custodial Officers System (LECOS) Retirement
Telephonic Interviews Will Not Be Accepted
Work Site Visits Will Not Be Conducted
No Study Material
1.Bachelor's degree from a college or university accredited by
an organization recognized by the Council for Higher Education
Accreditation (CHEA) or by the United States Department of
Education (USDE). Major course work in Criminal Justice, Law,
Public Administration, or Social Work preferred.
2.Six years full-time, wage-earning criminal justice or social
current active license to practice law in the State of Texas and
two years full-time, wage-earning criminal justice or administrative
Must maintain a current active license to practice law in the State
of Texas during employment with the Board of Pardons and Paroles
through the State Bar of Texas or other appropriate Texas licensing
3.Criminal justice administration experience in conducting or
reviewing administrative hearings involving parole or probation
4.Computer operations experience preferred.
The salary for an ERS Retiree (or non-contributing member) will
The following Military Occupational Specialty codes are generally
applicable to this position. Applicants must fully complete the
summary of experience to determine if minimum qualifications are met.
31, 19, 18, 11, 31C, 31E, 31B, 19K, 19D, 18B, 11B, 749X, 649X, MA,
5811, 5831, 5832, 5804, 58, 3P
Skill to type 45 WPM net with no more than 10 errors preferred.
- Outside applicants will be required to submit to pre-employment drug testing as a condition of employment.*
Applicants must submit the State of Texas Application For Employment and the applicable supplement for outside applicants (PERS 282) or current TDCJ employees (PERS 598) to the contact person listed on the job posting. Applications may also be submitted through the Work In Texas website; however, the applicable supplement must also be submitted to the contact person. Questions regarding the position or application process can be directed to the contact person's email address; however, applications will not be accepted by email.
Board of Pardons and Paroles
8610 Shoal Creek Blvd
Austin, TX 78757
- Applicants who fax an application are requested to fax both their State of Texas Application for Employment and the applicable supplement. Applicants who wish to submit their application with attachments should either hand deliver it to the contact person or send it via U.S.Mail or overnight delivery.*
Faxed applications must be complete and legible in order to be considered and must not have been sent from a fax machine located at a TDCJ unit or department.
Applications must be received by the contact person by 5:00PM on 08-23-2018. A complete job description and all application forms may be obtained at the above address or by viewing the Job Description. Job Descriptions are available in PDF format which maybe read with the free Adobe Reader.
- Equal Opportunity Employer*
Hearing Officer (Department Of Appeals & Hearings)
Description DEPARTMENT OF APPEALS & HEARINGS The City of Detroit
Department of Appeals & Hearings is seeking to establish a list for a Hearing Officer.
The Hearing Officer make rulings on blight violation notices and issue decisions in other administrative matters such as water disputes and appeals from decisions of the Buildings, Safety Engineering and Environmental Department.
The Hearing Officer's time will be spent issuing decisions on Blight Violations.
This entails giving opening comments, swearing in witnesses, hearing testimony, ruling on evidence and objections, and making decisions which are subject to an appeal.
Examples of Duties The Administrative Appeals Bureau has jurisdiction of an appeal of an administrative decision of a department or agency, if the rules and procedures of the department or agency issuing the administrative decision, or City ordinance, provide that an appeal of the administrative decision may be made to the Administrative Appeals Bureau.
The Administrative Appeals Bureau does not have jurisdiction of an appeal within the appellate jurisdiction of boards of appeals created or required by other sections of the 2012 Detroit City Charter, state law or local ordinance.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Much of the Hearing Officer's time will be spent issuing decisions on Blight Violations
Blight violations are civil infractions.
This entails giving opening comments, swearing in witnesses, hearing testimony, ruling on evidence and objections, and making decisions which are subject to appeal.
Demonstrated ability to effectively manage and conduct neutral administrative hearings/proceedings, including ruling on objections and motions and creating an accurate and complete record.
Demonstrated ability to exercise sound judgment and discretion in the handling of confidential information.
Demonstrated ability to neutrally and objectively gather information through questioning and observing individuals and by examining records and documents.
Demonstrated experience with comprehensively and effectively composing documents dealing with complex legal and factual issues, including reports, memorandums, and other correspondence.
Ability to effectively interact with people who are under physical or emotional stress.
Ability to tactfully interact with others and maintain a calm manner in stressful situations while maintaining the authority of the role of presiding over full hearings.
Ability to develop and deliver appropriate curricula to various audiences.
Hearing officers determine whether a respondent is responsible, not responsible or whether the blight violation should be dismissed without a finding of responsibility.
Must be able to maintain highest level of confidentiality and ethics.
Analyze, summarize and/or review data; report findings, interpret results and/or make recommendations.
The ultimate goal is to use blight violation notices to educate those who appear and change inappropriate behaviors to avoid future tickets and ultimately lead to a cleaner and safer city.
Other related duties and tasks as assigned and/or required.
Minimum Qualifications JurisDoctorate Degree from an American Bar Association approved institution.
Candidate MUST be an attorney licensed in the State of Michigan with a minimum of five (5) years of legal experience.
Five (5) years of experience in the practice of law, with five (5) years of litigation or related experience, preferably in municipal corporation law.
LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Candidate's disciplinary history with State Bar of Michigan is checked.
Supplemental Information SUBJECTS & WEIGHTS Oral Appraisal: 70% Training & Experience: 30% Portfolio / Writing Sample: Pass / Fail Domicile Credit: up to 15 points Veteran Points: 1% Min to 15% Max ALL APPLICANTS are required to submit a work related writing sample as part of the application process.
The writing sample must be uploaded to NEOGOV and attached to the application.
This recruitment is open to establish an Eligibility List.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES Hearing Officers must have the ability to make rulings on evidence, requests for adjournments and make difficult decisions on a regular basis.
Court dockets are at times heavy and the ability to quickly process information and arrive at correct, factually based and legally sound, conclusions in a short amount of time is required.
A majority of the work involves dealing with the general public.
Respondents from all walks of life appear and many are not happy to be there.
Hearing officers are required to have an exceptionally calm disposition and possess the ability to diffuse volatile situations, while rendering, what some will call, harsh or unfair dispositions.
SUPERVISORY CONTROLS Cases are assigned by courtroom and docket.
Hearing officers may be responsible for multiple courtrooms and multiple dockets.
They operate independently in making case by case determinations.
Hearing officers are responsible for entry of appropriate orders and have the assistance of a court clerk.
Report to the DAH Manager.
GUIDELINES Hearing officers are bound by the Code of Judicial Conduct.
They must maintain total impartiality with regard to those appearing before them, including but not limited to: inspectors, respondents, police officers, witnesses, and attorneys.
They are tasked with interpretation of a variety of city ordinances and making appropriate decisions under a diverse set of circumstances.
COMPLEXITY Hearing officers must develop a working knowledge of City Ordinances including but not limited to Chapter 9 - Property Maintenance Code, Chapter 22 - Solid Waste Code, and Chapter 61 - Zoning.
Hearing officers are also required to be familiar with Detroit Water and Sewage rules, procedures and appeals, Michigan Court Rules, and Michigan Rules of Evidence.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS Hearing officers work in a courtroom setting.
On rare occasions they may be required to hear cases for hours with few breaks.
Work involves office and field activities and may entail out of town travel.
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: None The Hearing Officer is an Exempt
Temporary Appointed Position.
This appointment is exempt from participation in the General Retirement System and health benefit packages offered by the City of Detroit.
These hearings are conducted in the Coleman A.
Young Municipal Center Room 1004
The City of Detroit Department of Appeals and Hearings (DAH). Candidates considered for placement in this classification may be subject to a Criminal Background Investigation based on the requirements of the position.
The above statements describe the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to the class.
Incumbents may be required to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this specification.
Specific job duties may vary from position to position.
Closing Date/Time: 8/31/2018 11:59 PM Eastern
Youth Hearing Officer
Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections
Safer Communities Through Successful Youth
Youth Hearing Officer
Hiring Range: $39,983 - $55,773
1624 W. Adams Street
Phoenix, AZ 85007
JOB SUMMARY & DUTIES
The Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections (ADJC) enhances public protection by changing the delinquent thinking and behaviors of juvenile offenders committed to the Department.
We are seeking a Youth Hearing Officer who will be responsible for conducting quasi-judicial hearings in a formal manner, taking evidence and rendering legal decisions regarding the loss of liberty for youth under the agency's jurisdiction and will substantiate each decision written report.
Prepare for, schedule, conduct, and issue decisions for Due Process hearings to include suspension/revocation of conditional liberty, institutional disciplinary hearings, restitution hearings, and appeals from special placement and continuation in separation from normal programming.
Write reports and complete related forms.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
- Arizona and Federal criminal and juvenile law (including substantive and procedural law, evidence, element of criminal offenses, defenses to culpability, juvenile court procedures, etc.)
- Community and court-based strategies and interventions for the rehabilitation of delinquent youth (including residential treatment centers, mental health facilities, group homes, outpatient programs, etc.)
- Strategies for using the resources for the proper treatment of youth.
Analyzing evidence and apply appropriate laws, rules or procedures.
Presiding over and controlling hearings.
Providing written and oral communication to parties and their represetatives.
Exercising independent judgment and problem solving
Computer hardware and software to include but not limited laptops, desktops, Microsoft Office Suite, etc.
Listen, read and comprehend complex legal and factual information.
To learn agency policies and procedures.
To learn agency structure and organization (including key management positions and areas of responsibility).
SPECIAL SELECTION FACTORS
Requires possession of, and ability to retain, a current valid Arizona-issued drivers license. Employees who drive on state business are subject to driver's license records checks, maintain acceptable driving records and must complete any required driver training (see Arizona Administrative Code R2-10-207.12).
Successful completion of a comprehensive background investigation.
Admission in good standing with the State Bar of Arizona and one to five years' experience in litigating or hearing contested matters in criminal, civil or administrative tribunals.
- 13 paid vacation days per year
- Medical, dental, life, disability insurance plans
- 12 sick leave days per year
- Deferred compensation plan
- 10 paid holidays per year
- Retirement system
Positions in this classification participate in the Arizona State Retirement System (A.S.R.S.).
ARIZONA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
All Arizona State employees operate within the Arizona Management System (AMS), an intentional, results driven approach for doing the work of state government whereby every employee reflects on performance, reduces waste, and commits to continuous improvement with sustainable progress. Through AMS, every state employee seeks to understand customer needs, identify problems, improve processes, and measure results. State employees are highly engaged, collaborative and embrace a culture of public service.
Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation by contacting the Human Resources Office at (602) 542-9231. Requests should be made as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodation. Arizona State Government is an AA/EOE/ADA Reasonable Accommodation Employer.
Special Education Due Process Hearing Officer
Special Education Due Process Hearing Officer:
The Office for Dispute Resolution in Harrisburg, PA is soliciting resumes for individuals interested in serving as a full-time impartial special education due process hearing officer under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEA).
Candidate must have primary residence in Pennsylvania and be able to drive to various locations throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Successful candidate will operate out of home office with administrative support from the Office for Dispute Resolution.
Requires a degree from an accredited college or university; advanced degrees preferred. A law degree is preferred but not required. Attorney hearing officers must maintain current licensure with the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Position also requires knowledge of special education and special education law with a minimum of five (5) years’ relevant legal experience. Candidate must possess knowledge of, and the ability to understand the provisions of IDEA, federal and state regulations pertaining to IDEA, and legal interpretations of IDEA by state and federal courts. The candidate must also have similar knowledge of and the ability to understand Section 504/Chapter 15; Chapter 16; Chapter 711; Part C of IDEA; the laws and regulations pertaining to them, and legal interpretations of these laws and regulations. Must possess knowledge and ability to conduct hearings in accordance with appropriate, standard legal practice; and the knowledge and ability to render and write decisions in accordance with appropriate, standard legal practice. The ability to speak bilingual is preferred.
Interviews will be conducted by a panel of stakeholder representatives for qualified candidates.
Please apply online at www.csiu.org/jobs by the deadline stated on the CSIU website. In addition, please upload the following with your application: Minimum of three (3) letters of reference attesting to applicable experience; College transcripts conferring degrees. EOE.
Case Administrator - Office Of Hearing Officers - Washington, DC
We Work to Protect Investors. Join our Team.
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) is seeking a well-qualified individual for our Case Administrator opening in Washington, DC. To be considered for this position, please submit your resume through our career site at www.finra.org/careers – no phone calls, please.
This position applies analytical skills to various specific duties in support of the Office of Hearing Officers' operations and functions, including assisting Hearing Officers, parties, and their counsel in adjudicatory proceedings. Principal functions include editing and proofreading complex legal writing.
Essential Job Functions:
Proofreads and cite checks draft decisions, orders, and other documents prepared by the Hearing Officers; verifies facts from case records; ensures that final decisions and orders are in proper form and are properly served on the parties; circulates final decisions to appropriate FINRA departments.
Prepares a variety of documents for the Hearing Officers, including notices, orders, and correspondence.
Acts as liaison between parties and Hearing Officers to facilitate resolution of pre-hearing motions and requests, serving as a knowledgeable resource for information regarding the Office of Hearing Officers' policies, procedures, programs, objectives, and operational functions.
Monitors case deadlines and assists the Hearing Officers with effectively managing their case dockets, including monitoring their cases when they are away at hearings and consulting with the Chief Hearing Officer as necessary to determine if action must be taken.
Manages docket of assigned cases, including maintenance of the official records of those proceedings and the Office of Hearing Officer's electronic docket.
Attends pre-hearing conferences and hearings at the discretion of the Hearing Officers to assist with the conduct of the hearing and the management of evidence.
Assists with the selection and appointment of hearing panelists and with maintaining the Office of Hearing Officers' electronic panel database.
Receives, compiles, and organizes information for the preparation of various documents, including orders and decisions.
Examines pleadings to ensure their accuracy, completeness, and legal sufficiency; contacts attorneys or parties if submitted pleadings and other documents do not comply with FINRA's Code of Procedure or the Office of Hearing Officers' procedures.
Anticipates and resolves issues that may arise during the course of the case.
Compiles statistical information and reports as required.
Bachelor's degree and either a paralegal certificate or three years' experience as a Legal Assistant with FINRA or equivalent paralegal experience.
Litigation or securities-related experience preferred.
Essential skills include excellent writing, editing, planning, organization, and interpersonal communications.
Work is normally performed in an office environment.
Occasional travel may be required.
To be considered for this position, please submit a cover letter and resume. A writing sample may be required as part of the submission.
The information provided above has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work of the position. It is not a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required.
Please note: If the "Apply Now" button on a job board posting does not take you directly to the FINRA Careers site, enter www.finra.org/careers into your browser to reach our site directly.
FINRA strives to make our career site accessible to all users. If you need a disability-related accommodation for completing the application process, please contact FINRA's accommodation help line at 240.386.4865. Please note that this number is exclusively for inquiries regarding application accommodations.
In addition to a competitive salary, comprehensive health and welfare benefits, and incentive compensation, FINRA offers immediate participation and vesting in a 401(k) plan with company match. You will also be eligible for participation in an additional FINRA-funded retirement contribution, our tuition reimbursement program and many other benefits. If you would like to contribute to our important mission and work collegially in a professional organization that values intelligence, integrity and initiative, consider a career with FINRA.
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As standard practice, employees must also execute FINRA's Employee Confidentiality and Invention Assignment Agreement without qualification or modification and comply with the company's policy on nepotism.
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Teacher, Deaf And Hard Of Hearing Program, Itinerant, Vacancy #19-41, Reposted
Teacher, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program, Itinerant, Vacancy #19-41, REPOSTED
Yolo County Office Of Education
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
Length of Work Year:
Starts August 13, 2018
$44,978 - $74,341 plus a one-time $6,000 hiring bonus + $1000 Master's stipend
7/10/2018 Application Deadline:
Until Filled Employment Type:
Full Time Length of Work Year:
Starts August 13, 2018 Salary:
$44,978 - $74,341 plus a one-time $6,000 hiring bonus + $1000 Master's stipend Number Openings: (At time of posting)
1 Contact: Anabel Figueroa Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 530-668-3704
Job Description / Essential Elements:
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Requirements for Applying
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Valid California teaching credential authorizing Deaf and Hard of HearingFluency in American Sign Language
Please submit with completed application: cover letter, resume and copies of credential(s), copies of transcripts and three letters of recommendation.
Requirements for Applying
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Valid California teaching credential authorizing Deaf and Hard of HearingFluency in American Sign Language
Please submit with completed application: cover letter, resume and copies of credential(s), copies of transcripts and three letters of recommendation.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:Master's degree or units past Bachelor's degree
The position serves various students in Yolo County Schools.Hours are 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., M - F
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Hearing Aid Dispenser Or Audiologist - Austin, TX
You will have the flexibility to telecommute* as you take on some tough challenges. Great sales are the result of strong purpose, conviction and pride - pride in your ability and your product. UnitedHealth Group offers a portfolio of products that are greatly improving the life of others. Bring along your passion and do your life's best work.(sm)
Given the needs of the rapidly growing and underserved hearing impaired population, HealthInnovations(tm) is increasing access to hearing testing and delivering high quality hearing solutions at low cost to consumers. We are expanding and looking for an Audiologist or Hearing Aid Dispenser to work in a dynamic and customer - centric environment. Robust benefits include health insurance; life and long term disability insurance benefits; 401k; vacation, sick and personal paid time off; and an education reimbursement plan. In this full - time, field - based position, the successful candidate will have a flexible schedule while being responsible for the following:
Rotate through existing clinics in designated areas. Some travel required.
Provide patient care services by independently performing diagnostic evaluations, selecting appropriate amplification devices, and counseling patients and their families about hearing loss
Provide in - person, phone, or online support to customers, regarding hearing testing, hearing device programming and adjustments, hearing health, and counseling
Make ear impressions and ear molds
Provides a high level of customer service with a high volume of clients
This is an excellent opportunity to become part of a smart, dedicated team of professionals in a progressive, growing organization, with significant room for career development
Strong interpersonal communication skills with customers and other professionals
Basic MS / Office (Word, Excel & Outlook)
Certification as required by state law
4 year degree with a 2 year apprenticeship or a Degree in Hearing Instrument Science with state hearing aid dealer's and dispenser's license, along with any state - required certifications
2 years of hands - on clinical Audiology / Hearing Aid Dispenser experience
Expertise with National Acoustic Laboratories (NAL) programming standards
Careers with Optum. Here's the idea. We built an entire organization around one giant objective; make health care work better for everyone. So when it comes to how we use the world's large accumulation of health-related information, or guide health and lifestyle choices or manage pharmacy benefits for millions, our first goal is to leap beyond the status quo and uncover new ways to serve. Optum, part of the UnitedHealth Group family of businesses, brings together some of the greatest minds and most advanced ideas on where health care has to go in order to reach its fullest potential. For you, that means working on high performance teams against sophisticated challenges that matter. Optum, incredible ideas in one incredible company and a singular opportunity to do your life's best work.(sm)
- All Telecommuters will be required to adhere to UnitedHealth Group's Telecommuter Policy
Diversity creates a healthier atmosphere: UnitedHealth Group is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.
UnitedHealth Group is a drug-free workplace. Candidates are required to pass a drug test before beginning employment.
Job Keywords: Hearing Aid Dispenser, Audiologist, Colorado Springs, CO, Colorado
Hearing Aid Technician/Assembler - First Shift
Hearing Aid Technician – First Shift
Production Supervisor or Manager
GN Hearing Care Corporation DBA ReSound in Bloomington, MN is growing! Due to this success, we are currently looking for qualified candidates for various hearing aid technician opportunities at our facility in Bloomington, MN.
These opportunities will be Monday through Friday, with potential for Saturdays, as well as overtime. Shifts will start at 6am, 7am and 7:30am.
Applications are being accepted for multiple positions and specific positions will be defined during the recruitment process. Positions range from entry-level to two years of experience.
JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES (Key Accountabilities)
Wiring and soldering components
Listening test and current test
Trim and Buff
Mechanical and electrical assembly
Use of a microscope
Analyze/diagnose frequency response curve
Review and audit of final product to customer's order
Collate device history records (DHR)
Ability to use printer / scanner
Ability to lift up to 60 lbs.
Ability to stand up to 8 hours per shift
Other duties assigned by the Supervisor
PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS (Key Success Factors)
Meet all performance and behavior expectations outlined in the company performance appraisal and communicated by management.
Demonstrate the behavioral and technical competencies necessary to effectively complete position responsibilities. Take personal initiative for technical and professional development.
Follow the HR policy including all company and department policies and procedures.
Follow good safety practices in all activities.
Safeguard sensitive and confidential Company information.
Lead through vision. Keep the Company's core values at the forefront in decision-making and action.
Education: High school diploma required.
Experience: Manufacturing experience preferred. Desired is 2+ years experience working in a medical device manufacturing environment.
Knowledge and Skills:
Good dexterity required.
Use of precision hand tools.
Must be able to process hearing instruments quickly and accurately.
Ability to read, understand, and follow written and verbal instructions in English requested.
Familiar with wiring diagrams and assembly drawings.
Ability to solder small components using a microscope.
Ability to understand order forms and customer requests.
Knowledge of basic computer skills including MicroSoft Office (Excel, Word).
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