Title: PROGRAM TECHNICIAN II Salary: $2,638.00 - $3,209.00 Posted: 01/31/2013
Under the direction of the Team Manager (TM)(DESA I), the Program Technician II (PT II) is responsible for taking initial actions on disability claims to secure medical/non medical documentation from applicants' sources and for ensuring, at closure, disability cases are technically accurate and complete. This position performs the less complex gathering and review of case information. The incumbent provides the team with feedback on specific case deficiencies. The PT II is also responsible for independently providing a wide range of support activities. The PT II is a full participant on the team and is involved in decision-making regarding team endeavors related to the team's quality, workflow, and production
Subject to SROA and CDSS DROA process. This position is subject to the Federal hiring freeze and only current California Department of Social Services/Disability Determination Service Division employees are eligible to apply.
This position may require fingerprint clearance. Criminal record checks of prospective full- or part-time CDSS, Disability Determination Service Division (DDSD) personnel may be conducted. Applicants for this position may be required to submit fingerprints to the Department of Justice and be cleared before hiring. (5 CFR 731.202 and 20 CFR 404.1620)
Applications will be screened and only the most qualified will be interviewed.
Program Technician II
800 - 917 - 9928 - 002
Final Filing Date:
Central Support Services Branch 2420 Del Paso Rd#150A,MS 19-32 Sacramento, CA 95834
Lynda Harris (916) 285-7596
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