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This position is located within the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Workers Compensation Programs (OWCP), Region III, Division of Federal Employees’ Compensation District office located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The district office is responsible for injury reports and claims processing functions leading to the amicable resolution of claims for compensation and medical benefits issues arising under the provision of the Federal Employees’ Compensation Act (FECA) and its extensions. The selectee will be responsible for adjudicating and authorizing payments for the full range of disability and death claims under the Federal Employees' Compensation Act.
This position has no further promotion potential.
This position is outside the bargaining unit.
Additional vacancies may be filled using this announcement.
The incumbent of the position is the Unit Supervisor with responsibility for directing subordinate employees in the performance of duties. The person selected will assist and advise the Chief of Claims and/or the District Director with planning, policy matters, overall administration and especially problem cases and major projects and problems which may arise.
Incumbent is accountable to agency management for the quality and quantity of the work accomplished by the unit and for assuring efficient and economical work operations. The person selected will make recommendations on promotions and reassignments of employees, approve annual and sick leave requests; will conduct required interviews for selection of candidates, in doing so they will be responsible for assuring that Equal Employment Opportunity goals and policies are met.
The person selected will be responsible for resolving complaints from subordinates and referring unresolved complaints to a higher level authority. The incumbent will provide policy guidance and direction to subordinate claims examiners for resolving novel or precedent setting issues, controversial interpretation of law, peculiar medical phenomena and for developmental purposes as required.
The position will require the incumbent to ensure the integrity of claims-related data in the automated system, such as designated codes which reflect case conditions, dates of adjudications, etc.
Occasional travel - For Training Purposes
Who May Apply
This job is open to…
Internal Office of Workers' Compensation Programs (OWCP) agency employees. C.T.A.P. in the local commuting area. Land Management Eligibles.
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