Under the general direction of the Team Manager (DESA I), and after successful completion of a formal training period, the Disability Evaluation Analyst (DEA) is responsible for a caseload consisting of initial claims for benefits under the Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, and/or Medi-Cal Disability programs. The DEA is responsible, in conjunction with a Medical Consultant (MC), for establishing an applicant's eligibility for disability benefits by obtaining medical and vocational evidence, determining impairment severity, and evaluating the ability to engage in substantial work activity.
Position may be subject to the SROA and the CDSS DROA process. This position may require fingerprint clearance. Criminal record checks of prospetive full- or part-time CDSS, Division of Disability Determination Services (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)
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Disability Evaluation Analyst
800 - 931 - 5365 - Var
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Disability Determination Services Division 7575 Metropolitan Dr. #300 San Diego, 92108
Susan Battisti 619-278-4509
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