Title: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE II (SPECIALIST), DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES Salary: $7,858.00 - $9,509.00 Posted: 06/25/2013
Presides over administrative hearings. In addition to regularly calendared hearing, handles hearings involving lengthy, difficult and/or sensitive issues for the California Department of Social Services (CDSS). These hearings include but are not limited to sensitive rehearings or Director-ordered further hearings and cases with issues relating to complex legal questions. Also included are cases which may have a potential impact on the criminal justice system such as large overpayments and over issuances. Interprets and applies various provisions of federal and state statutes and regulations and submits final and proposed decisions at a quality consistent with SHD standards. Consults with and answers questions for ALJ I’s on unclear, unusual, difficult or unique cases and on various points of law. Performs other duties as required. Meets with other hearing specialists as needed to share and discuss issues and approaches for ensuring consistency of quality of hearings and decisions division-wide. Serves as Duty Judge, ruling on daily requests and motions including second and third postponement or reopening requests, bifurcation and dismissal requests, expedited hearing requests, and subpoena requests. Provides advice and guidance to any ALJ, including referral to legal sources, prior decisions and other resources. Together with the Presiding Judge, ensures adequate coverage for all calendars scheduled that week, including redirecting ALJ’s and calling upon back-up judges. Subject to the SROA/Surplus policies and the CDSS DROA procedure.
There are 30 vacant positions throughout California.
Administrative Law Judge II(Specialist)
800 - 416 - 6178 - VAR
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Operations Support Bureau 744 P Street M.S. 9-17-36 Sacramento 95814
Mianca Stewart (916) 651-0914
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