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Disability Specialist

Graco
23665 Wood Ln, Rogers, MN 55374

Job Purpose This position will serve as primary contact for employees by managing leave of absence (LOA) administration for Family Medical Leave (FMLA), Short Term Disability (STD) and Workers Compensation (WC). Provide customer service to employee o... Read More

Job Purpose This position will serve as primary contact for employees by managing leave of absence (LOA) administration for Family Medical Leave (FMLA), Short Term Disability (STD) and Workers Compensation (WC). Provide customer service to employee on all aspects of claims process by phone and written correspondence. Graco is a global leader in the design, development, and manufacture of highly-engineered systems for numerous industrial and commercial applications. We have excellent corporate opportunities including positions in accounting, finance, information technology, purchasing, marketing, communications and human resources. Graco was proud to be named a Best Place to Work in Manufacturing and Production by Fortune Magazine in 2016. Essential Duties Point of contact for initiating leaves of absences (LOA), for FMLA, STD and WC . Analyzes STD/ FMLA claims to determine eligibility and certification in compliance with state and federal regulations. Provide disability case management. Tracks all leaves and prepares reports on absence tracking. Communicate absence and return to work information to employee. Communicate absence and return to work information to supervisors and managers. Facilitate job assignment or task reassignment. Develop transitional work programs for optimal productivity and employee retention. Facilitate and process all request to payroll for payment of disability. Make recommendation for external medical evaluations and work with external vendor to find appropriate doctors and type of assessment depending on the circumstances. Position Requirements Education/Certifications High school diploma or GED. Associate or Bachelor s Degree. LPN or RN preferred, would consider First Responder Certification. Experience Minimum of 3-5 years experience in disability case management workers compensation and FMLA administration. Knowledge of FMLA regulations. Short Term Disability/Salary Continuation. Skills/Competencies Excellent communication and customer service skills. Ability to present ideas and recommend solutions. Proficiency in Microsoft office and other computer applications. Strong administrative abilities, problem solving and judgment skills. Excellent organizational skills. Possesses specialized knowledge of FMLA and Disability Management. Proven Quality. Leading Technology. Launch your career with Graco! Graco offers attractive compensation, benefits, and opportunities for both professional development and career progression. Graco s comprehensive benefits include medical, dental, stock purchase plan, 401(k) and tuition reimbursement. Our expectations are high. That's why we are always looking to hire the brightest and the best! Associated topics: administrative assistant, administrative associate, clerk, deputy clerk, legal assistant, legal secretary, paralegal, paralegal corporate, receptionist, secretary

HR Disability Case Manager

Discovery Solutions
Redwood City, CA 94061

Job DescriptionHR Disability Case ManagerCOMPANY: For more than 60 years, this company has been dedicated to improving the health of their members and the communities we serve, by creating safe, healthy environments and providing quality health care... Read More

Job DescriptionHR Disability Case ManagerCOMPANY: For more than 60 years, this company has been dedicated to improving the health of their members and the communities we serve, by creating safe, healthy environments and providing quality health care and coverage for all. LOCATION: Redwood City, CaliforniaDESCRIPTION: Coordinates the Disability Management Program at local facility. Provides guidance to employees and managers with respect to return-to-work and other disability related benefits.Essential Functions: Coordinates the Disability Management Program. Communicates with management and claims administrators as outlined in the Disability Management guidelines. Provides monthly reports to Senior Leadership as outlined in the Disability Management Guidelines. Provides monthly reports to HRSC as outlined in the Disability Management guidelines to ensure appropriate integration of benefits. Provides monthly reports to HR Disability Consultant as outlined in the Disability Management guidelines. Serves as consultant to managers/supervisors regarding Disability Management. Serves as consultant to local LMP WPS Teams regarding Disability Management. Serves as resource to disabled employees regarding the Transitional Return to Work Program and other disability related benefits. Coordinates with the HR Disability Consultant and external vendors to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. Coordinates with supervisors and the HRSC to ensure prompt and accurate reporting of claims to support timely reporting of claims and appropriate benefit payments. Ensures appropriate integration of all disability related benefits Coordinates with claims administrator (if applicable) to ensure timely and accurate payment of appropriate benefits.QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum one (1) year of experience with managing a return-to-work Program OR equivalent years of experience requiring the application of knowledge in the areas of employee disability benefits/return-to-work issues. Must demonstrate effective communication, consulting, interpersonal and presentation skills, with the ability to effective create and facilitate collaboration among diverse groups, people and professional disciplines. Must be able to work in Labor/Management Partnership environment.EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree OR four (4) years of experience in a related field.Company DescriptionDiscovery Solutions is a staffing agency providing staffing solutions to many different industries. We provide a unique service tailored to our clients and candidates needs on a global scale. With an experience and skilled staffing team, we offer a highly professional service. Associated topics: administrator, associate director, chro, guidance, head, leader, president, senior associate, senior director, vice president

Senior Disability Expert

Applied Development LLC
715 Gallatin St NW, Washington, DC 20011

Job DescriptionApplied Development LLC is hiring a Disability Policy and Program Specialist.Essential Duties and Responsibilities:Provide Leadership Support for Policy and Program Development and Analysis in the following areas:Section 501 (nondiscri... Read More

Job DescriptionApplied Development LLC is hiring a Disability Policy and Program Specialist.Essential Duties and Responsibilities:Provide Leadership Support for Policy and Program Development and Analysis in the following areas:Section 501 (nondiscrimination and affirmative action by federal agencies).Section 502 (establishment of the U.S. Access Board to, among other things, oversee implementation of the Architectural Barriers Act of 1968).Section 504 (nondiscrimination by federal agencies in the conduct of their programs or activities).Section 508 (ensuring the procurement of accessible information and communication technology by federal agencies).Drafting disability reports of investigation (ROI), and Final administrative decisions (FAD).Translating general policy recommendations and knowledge into specific regulatory and administrative recommendations with justifications and specific proposed supporting language.Translating general policy recommendations and knowledge of specific content areas into policy products.Conducting knowledge transfer activities, including the identification and adoption of successful strategies and models.Facilitating policy development via strategic think tanks, focus groups and other policy-focused meetings.Analyzing and preparing professional quality white papers/issue briefs.Qualifications:Juris Doctorate preferred.A Bachelor s degree from an accredited college or university is required.At least five (5) years relevant experience in disability-related policy and program development and implementation in the federal sector.Desired Certifications (not required): Federal EEO Investigator Certification, Federal EEO Counselor Certification, PMP, Six-Sigma Black Belt.Applied Development is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.Company DescriptionWe design better tomorrows. Through our communication services, we champion the rights of people of all abilities to work and communicate effectively through sign language interpretation, reader services, advocacy, and outreach. We also help to ensure your messaging is communicated and received as intended through services like technical writing, graphic design, and publications support. Agencies such as VA, Army, DLA, and USDA trust us to lead the way to better tomorrows.

Disability Case Manager

Healthcare Support
23826 Farm Hill Dr, Spring, TX 77373

Disability Case manager Are you an experienced Disability Case manager looking for a new opportunity with a prestigious healthcare company? Do you want the chance to advance your career by joining a rapidly growing company? If you answered yes\" to a... Read More

Disability Case manager Are you an experienced Disability Case manager looking for a new opportunity with a prestigious healthcare company? Do you want the chance to advance your career by joining a rapidly growing company? If you answered yes\" to any of these questions this is the position for you! Daily Responsibilities: The Disability Case Manager is primarily responsible for performing telephonic medical case management for work-related and non-work-related injuries and illnesses. Requirements: Texas RN license with no disciplines 2+ years Short Term Disability CM experience Willing and able to obtain additional RN licenses, as requested (covered by Axiom) Hours for this Position: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm Advantages of this Opportunity: Competitive salary for a Disability Case manager: Range dependent on experience, ideal range starts at $82K/yr and increases based on experience Benefits offered Fun and positive work environment Interested in being considered? If you are interested in applying to be a Disability Case manager, please click Apply Now for immediate consideration. Andrea Wagner [Click Here to Email Your Resum ] 407-###-#### EXT:169 Associated topics: business development, case manager, office manager, plan, project, program development, program management, project development, project management, resource development

Director, Disability Claims

Prudential
115 Lancaster St, Portland, ME 04101

The Director manages staff of approximately 50+ direct and indirect reports with ultimate responsibility for talent development through coaching, mentoring, and performance management. The incumbent will collaborate with leaders and teams across the... Read More

The Director manages staff of approximately 50+ direct and indirect reports with ultimate responsibility for talent development through coaching, mentoring, and performance management. The incumbent will collaborate with leaders and teams across the Group Insurance organization in identifying and implementing strategic initiatives and in meeting business goals. They will also be responsible for leading strategic initiatives for disability claim management and product enhancements, and improving processes and procedures for both Absence and STD claim management.Qualifications10 years of Disability claims or Group Insurance experience, STD preferredExperience and knowledge of STD, state mandated plans, FMLA/Leave Management, and ERISA5 to 7 years of management experience, leading 25 people or more1 to 3 years of Absence (FMLA) experience preferredExperience leading an organization through changeDemonstrated success in driving cultural change and employee engagementSuperior leadership skillsExcellent communication skills, both verbal and writtenExcellent relationship building and partnership skillsUnderstanding of customers needs and delivering an outstanding service experienceAbility to achieve results through others

Disability Review Specialist

Pearl Insurance
62 S Manning Blvd, Albany, NY 12237

Proactively places outbound calls to existing customers with disability policies within specified timeframe. Customers include those with new disability policies still within their first twelve months of coverage, and customers with disability polici... Read More

Proactively places outbound calls to existing customers with disability policies within specified timeframe. Customers include those with new disability policies still within their first twelve months of coverage, and customers with disability policies whom are approaching retirement age.Maximizes opportunities to upgrade the customer s existing disability policy and cross-sell additional products to achieve sales goals. Reviews the customer s current coverage and makes recommendations for the future.Responsible for meeting individual sales and quality of business targets. Reviews and analyzes sales reports and other data to monitor progress towards stated goals. Provides input to management to help identify opportunities to improve sales.Responds to customer inquiries and resolves problems professionally, accurately and on a timely basis. Refers questions to an appropriate resource if unable to resolve problem.Follows up regarding pending or incomplete sales transactions as needed.Participates in business retention activities as directed by management.Keeps customers informed about available products and services, pricing, and new insurance products and/or promotions.Generates periodic reports for manager summarizing results.Maintains insurance product knowledge and strives to improve selling techniques. Associated topics: attorney, client, consultant, customer, court, divorce, law office, legal, legal firm, litigating

Advisor & Disability Coordinator

Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College
1827 Forest Ct, Cloquet, MN 55720

Advisor & Disability CoordinatorAcademic Professional 2 (unclassified MAPE)The Advisor and Disability Coordinator (ADC) will provide comprehensive and proactive academic advising to students and prospective students. The ADC will help students identi... Read More

Advisor & Disability CoordinatorAcademic Professional 2 (unclassified MAPE)The Advisor and Disability Coordinator (ADC) will provide comprehensive and proactive academic advising to students and prospective students. The ADC will help students identify their educational and career goals and guide students to select programs of study that are relevant to these goals and courses that fulfill necessary program requirements. The ADC will manage disability services by providing information, referrals, accommodations, and advocacy for students with disabilities utilizing the concepts of Universal Design for learning to ensure equal access to programs and services on campus and online. The ADC will work towards increasing the retention rate of new students in their first year by delivering targeted services and support.Term:Full-time; 40 hours/weekSupervisor:Dean of Student ServicesResponsibilities:Provide academic advising to a diverse student population, with a focus on American Indian students.Manage disability services by providing information, referrals, accommodations, and advocacy for students with documented disabilities to ensure equal access to programs and services on campus.Assist Student Services personnel with strategies to increase retention and graduation rates of students.Participate in new student orientations, Student Success Seminar, and related college programming.Minimum Qualifications:Bachelor's degree in counseling, social/behavioral science, student service personnel, education, or related field.One or more years of experience in advising, teaching, or related student service with high school or college-enrolled individuals.Experience working with students with disabilities, and an understanding of physical, cognitive, and emotional/mental impairments.Knowledge of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Sections 504 and amendments, as well as other state and federal laws that affect identified populations.Ability to comprehend and interpret psychological assessments, disability documentation, and diagnostic testing to determine appropriate reasonable accommodations.Experience working with Native American students or others with diverse backgrounds.Preferred Qualifications:Master's degree in Rehabilitation Counseling, Special Education, Counseling, or related field.Knowledge of Universal Design for Learning concepts.Knowledge of all student academic programs.Experience providing disability-related services in a higher education setting.Notice: In accordance with the Minnesota State's Vehicle Fleet Safety Program, employees driving on college business who use a rental or state vehicle shall be require to conform to Minnesota State's vehicle use criteria and consent to a Motor Vehicle Records check.Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College is a member of Minnesota Stateand is an Equal Opportunity employer/educator committed to the principles of diversity.We actively seek and encourage applications from women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities.recblid 5vk2fi70gjt2jnswewa4b3ui5a5w91

Disability Claim Representative

CyberCoders
750 Wilbraham Rd, Springfield, MA 01139

Disability Claim Representative Disability Claim Representative - Skills Required - Disability Claim Evaluation, Disability Claim Management, Disability Claims or Relevant Experience If you are a Claims Representative with experience in Disability C... Read More

Disability Claim Representative Disability Claim Representative - Skills Required - Disability Claim Evaluation, Disability Claim Management, Disability Claims or Relevant Experience If you are a Claims Representative with experience in Disability Claims or other relevant insurance experience, this post is for you! We are seeking professional individuals to join our Springfield, MA Claim Department. These 40 hours per week positions are a great opportunity for individuals interested in pursuing a career in the evaluation and management of disability claims. Responsibilities include thorough investigation, adjudication, and management of either group or individual disability income claims. A Claim Representative gains a comprehensive understanding of each claim by obtaining and examining the medical, occupational and financial elements of the claim. **What You Need for this Position** Bachelors Degree is required. At Least 3 Years of experience and knowledge of: - Disability Claim Evaluation - Disability Claim Management - Disability Claims or Relevant Experience Successful candidates will be able to work individually and as a team player, must be detail oriented and be able to maintain professionalism and courtesy in a fast-paced environment. This position requires excellent organizational skills, a cooperative, professional attitude and effective interpersonal and communication skills. **What's In It for You** Salary: TBD Full Medical Insurance (Medical, Vision, Dental) 401k Life/AD&D Insurance Long/Short Term Disability PTO Paid holidays Tuition Reimbursement Bonuses Flexible Work Hours So, if you are a Claim Representative with experience, please apply today! Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. **CyberCoders, Inc is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer** All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. **Your Right to Work** ? In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.*Disability Claim Representative**MA-Springfield**PS2-1466572*

Disability Support Worker

SGH Consultant and Supportive Solutions,LLC
2347 Johnson Trail, Canton, GA 30114

Job Description SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT Job Duties and Responsibilities Program GoalThe expectation ... Read More

Job Description SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT Job Duties and Responsibilities Program GoalThe expectation is that this program will provide the Job Placement and on-going supports until the supported worker is stabilized. Once the supported worker is stabilized, on-going support is to be provided at a minimum of two visits per month at the work site unless it is determined that off-site monitoring is more appropriate for a particular individual. It is the program goal that each client is employed within 30-60 days from the service identification meeting. Provider Qualifications Supported Employment providers must meet one of the following qualifications:A. A Master s degree in vocational rehabilitation or a counseling-related field that may include, but is not limited to degrees in rehabilitation, education, special education, social work or psychologyB. A Bachelor s degree in vocational rehabilitation or a counseling-related field that may include, but is not limited to degrees in rehabilitation, education, special education, social work or psychologyC. An Associate s degree in a vocationally related field such as, but not limited to degrees in rehabilitation, education, special education, social work or psychologyD. Three years experience in counseling, linking with community resources, special education or instructionE. An individual who works under the direct supervision of an individual with a Master s or Bachelor s degree as listed above Supported Employment Principles 1. Supported employment is competitive work in integrated work settings for persons with the most significant disabilities for whom competitive employment has not traditionally occurred; or for whom competitive employment has been interrupted or intermittent as a result of complex barriers to employment as a result of their disability; and who, because of the significance of their disability(ies), need intensive support services; and extended support services in order to perform such work.2. Supported employment services include planned support activities including intensive on-going supports which are required to assist a supported worker to learn his or her job duties and appropriate work site behaviors.3. On-Going Support Services are provided from job placement until transition to extended services. On-Going Supports include but are not limited to Job Coaching on the work site, coaching off the work site, coordination of Natural Supports, development and coordination of work place Accommodations and other individualized supports as needed. At a minimum of two visits per month at the work site unless it is determined that off-site monitoring is more appropriate for a particular individual. Off-site monitoring must consist of at least two face-to-face meetings with the individual and one employer contact monthly.4. Stabilization is the point when the supported worker has satisfactorily learned his or her job duties and appropriate work behaviors, is making at least minimum wage but no less than the wages equal to his/her co-workers who do not have disabilities and are performing the same or similar work and the provider can reduce their on-going support interventions. As a guideline this occurs when on-going support services have reduced to less than 20% of original needed support. 5. Extended services - Services provided after the time limited VR Program Services are completed and consist of those services needed to support and maintain the individuals employment. Services should be provided for as long as the individual is employed at the same job. Plans for extended support should be recorded on the extended services plan. Extended supports include paid and non-paid support in the community or on the job. At a minimum of two visits per month at the work site unless it is agreed upon that off-site monitoring is more appropriate for a particular individual. Off-site monitoring must consist of at least two face-to-face meetings with the individual and one employer contact monthly. $1450 per client plus bonus per clientContractor Bonus Phase 1- $500 (if client is earning at least $7.70/hr) Phase 2- $700 (if client is earning $7.71-$9.99/hr) Phase 3- $1,000 (if client is earning $10.00 and up/hr) Associated topics: attorney firm, child custody, court, courtroom, criminal law, family law, litigate, litigation, litigation attorney, litigation defense firm

HUMAN RESOURCES ANALYST (DISABILITY COMPLIANCE)

Los Angeles Metro
Los Angeles, CA 90011

Basic FunctionPerforms journey-level professional work in support of the agency's human resources function as it relates to disability compliance programsExample Of DutiesInterprets, and implements established policies and procedures supporting the D... Read More

Basic FunctionPerforms journey-level professional work in support of the agency's human resources function as it relates to disability compliance programsExample Of DutiesInterprets, and implements established policies and procedures supporting the Disability Compliance ProgramPerforms responsible work to ensure the agency is in compliance with its obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) and all state, federal, and local laws, rules and regulations Performs routine functions specific to interactive process coordination, reasonable accommodation meeting facilitation, early return-to-work program support, fitness for duty examination management, essential function job analysis development, discipline/disability issue management, abuse and work restrictions/functional limitation clarification Reviews and analyzes information to support in the development of comprehensive, individualized disability management plans for disabled employees and applicants, including employees and applicants who are perceived to be disabled Supports in compiling and analyzing statistical information related to the agency's compliance with established processes and procedures and to support evaluation of the effectiveness of the Interactive ProcessesParticipates in claim review meetings aimed at reducing disability durations, identifying strategic response to reducing unscheduled absences, and returning employees to workAssists in the preparation of reports to management and committeesRepresents department at reasonable accommodation meetings with stakeholdersProvides guidance and information to management and staff on disability compliance policies, procedures, practices, regulations, and resolution of related problemsEnsures implementation and data management through the use of a Task Management softwareContributes to ensuring that the EEO policies and programs of Metro are carried outRequirements For EmploymentBachelor's degree -- Human Resources, Communications, Business, Public Administration, or other related field 2 years of experience performing professional human resources work Preferred Qualifications: Due to the competitiveness of the recruitment, consideration may be given to those candidates who demonstrate the following additional qualifications: Experience supporting ADA disability and/or return to work programs Knowledge:Theories, principles, and practices of human resources management, including familiarity with ADA, FEHA, and state, federal, and local laws, rules and regulations Research and report preparation methodsAbilities:Communicate effectively orally and in writingPrepare comprehensive reports and correspondenceUnderstand, apply, and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures in a clear and concise mannerPrepare clear, concise, and comprehensive narrative and statistical reportsMaintain confidentiality Represents Metro before the publicAnalyze situations, identify problems, recommend solutions, and evaluate outcomeImplement established policies and proceduresCompile, analyze, and interpret complex dataUnderstand, interpret, and apply laws, rules, regulations, policies, procedures, contracts, budgets, and labor/management agreementsInteract professionally with various levels of Metro employees and outside representativesRead, write, speak, and understand EnglishWork independently with little directionEffectively operate a computer for the purpose of database management, data retrieval, and word processingEstablish and maintain strong and effective working relationships with colleagues, contractors, attorneys, and the general public Selection ProcedureApplicants who best meet job-related qualifications will be invited to participate in the examination process that may consist of any combination of written, performance, or oral appraisal to further evaluate job-related experience, knowledge, skills and abilities.Application ProcedureTo apply, visit Metro's website at www.metro.net and complete an online Employment Application. Computers are available to complete online Employment Applications at the following Metro location: METRO Headquarters, Employment Office One Gateway Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90012 Telephone: (213) ###-#### or persons with hearing or speech impairments can use California Relay Service 711 to contact Metro. All completed online Employment Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date. (msu)*Open to the public and all Metro employeesThis job bulletin is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties, responsibilities, or requirements. Employees may be required to perform other related job duties.Closing Date/Time: 24-AUG-18 Please mention you found this employment opportunity on the CareersInGovernment.com job board. Associated topics: administrative, administrative assistant, assist, assistant, co op, intern, internship, on call, support, supportive

Disability Claims Case Manager

Lincoln Financial Group
5000 N 7th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85067

Alternate Locations: Phoenix, AZ \\(Arizona\\)Relocation assistance is not available for this opportunity\\.Requisition \\#55981**About the Company**Lincoln Financial Group, a Fortune 250 company with over 10,000 employees, provides advice and soluti... Read More

Alternate Locations: Phoenix, AZ \\(Arizona\\)Relocation assistance is not available for this opportunity\\.Requisition \\#55981**About the Company**Lincoln Financial Group, a Fortune 250 company with over 10,000 employees, provides advice and solutions that help empower Americans to take charge of their financial lives with confidence\\. Our core business areas ? Life Insurance, Annuities, Retirement Plan Services and Group Protection ? focus on supporting, preserving and enhancing over 17 million customer?s lifestyles and retirement outcomes\\.Headquartered in Radnor, Pennsylvania, Lincoln Financial Group is the marketing name for Lincoln National Corporation \\(NYSE: LNC\\) and its affiliates\\. The company had $253 billion in assets under management as of December 31, 2017\\.Ranked one of the Best Large Employers in America by Forbes magazine, Lincoln Financial Group makes a serious investment in our employees? futures through a broad range of wealth accumulation and protection plans, health and wellness programs, and career development resources designed to help each individual reach their personal and professional goals\\.**The Role**Under general supervision, conducts the review and investigation, liability determination, and management of disability claims\\. Depending on assignment, may manage either more complex short\\-term disability only claims or long\\-term disability only claims\\. Applies the appropriate contractual provisions; legal guidelines; case management resources; and claim procedures, concepts, principles, and protocols to risk manage claims\\. Regularly exercises independent judgement in interpreting information\\. Uses disability claim system to manage and pay claims while meeting all service, timeframe, and productions standards\\. Forwards claims on to more senior Case Managers if the complexity of the claims exceed the complexity responsibility and authority guidelines\\.**Functional Responsibilities**Consultation and Analysis+ Conducts investigations to determine whether or not to accept liability and to what degree\\. Approves or denies benefits accordingly\\.+ Calculates the liability for each claim applying all appropriate offsets such as social security, workers compensation and third parties\\.+ Continually assesses claim details to determine if claims are going to exceed case management authority guidelines\\.+ Evaluates and refers appropriate claims to risk management resources such as Vocational Rehabilitation, Managed Care, Fraud, Social Security, and Subrogation\\.+ Manages claims within multiple funding arrangements\\.+ Updates and accurately documents system and claim files on actions taken\\. Establishes future action plan and case direction\\.Communication+ Communicates with claimants, employers, and various medical professionals to gather information regarding the application for, payment of, and ongoing management of STD or LTD benefits\\.+ Responds to various written and telephone inquiries including eligibility, approval/denial determinations, status and continuation or closure of benefits\\.+ Identifies, calculates, communicates, and follows\\-up on overpayments\\.+ Maintains the established customer service, production, and quality standards\\.+ May be assigned to provide guidance and assistance to others\\.**Requirements****Education**+ High School Diploma or equivalent work experience \\(4 yrs of experience in lieu of Bachelors\\)**Experience**+ Communication, organizational, problem solving, and computer skills required\\.+ Excellent writing, customer service, and interpersonal skills necessary\\.+ Knowledge of insurance, medical terminology, and case management in same or similar discipline a preferred\\.+ A demonstrated track record of consistently meeting and/or exceeding performance expectations+ Possesses a bias for action and avoids workplace distractions+ Drives performance targets to completionThis position may be subject to Lincoln?s Political Contribution Policy\\. An offer of employment may be contingent upon disclosing to Lincoln the details of certain political contributions\\. Lincoln may decline to extend an offer or terminate employment for this role if it determines political contributions made could have an adverse impact on Lincoln?s current or future business interests, misrepresentations were made, or for failure to fully disclose applicable political contributions and or fundraising activities\\.Any unsolicited resumes/candidate profiles submitted through our web site or to personal e\\-mail accounts of employees of Lincoln Financial Group are considered property of Lincoln Financial Group and are not subject to payment of agency fees\\.Lincoln Financial Group \\(?LFG?\\) is an Equal Opportunity employer and, as such, is committed in policy and practice to recruit, hire, compensate, train and promote, in all job classifications, without regard to race, color, religion, sex \\(including pregnancy\\), age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, veterans status, or genetic information\\. Applicants are evaluated on the basis of job qualifications\\. If you are a person with a disability that impedes your ability to express your interest for a position through our online application process, or require TTY/TDD assistance, contact us by calling 260\\-455\\-2558\\.Lincoln Financial Group (\"LFG\") is an Equal Opportunity employer and, as such, is committed in policy and practice to recruit, hire, compensate, train and promote, in all job classifications, without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, veterans status, or genetic information. Opportunities throughout LFG are available to employees and applicants and are evaluated on the basis of job qualifications. We have a drug free work environment and we perform pre-employment substance abuse testing. Associated topics: business development, case management, development manager, liaison, manage, office manager, plan, project, program development, project management

Intellectual Disability Caregiver

The Mentor Network
1753 Gervais Ave, Saint Paul, MN 55109

Intellectual Disability Caregiver Primary Location: United States\\-MN\\-MNWhite Bear Lake Function: Direct Support Professional \\(Care Givers\\) REM Ramsey **White Bear Lake MN Mental Health Caregiver REM Ramsey** REM Ramsey Walk In Wednesday Job I... Read More

Intellectual Disability Caregiver Primary Location: United States\\-MN\\-MNWhite Bear Lake Function: Direct Support Professional \\(Care Givers\\) REM Ramsey **White Bear Lake MN Mental Health Caregiver REM Ramsey** REM Ramsey Walk In Wednesday Job Interviews\\! We have Hiring Managers on site Wednesdays 8am ? 3pm in our St\\. Paul Regional Office \\(2586 7thAvenue East, Suite 201, North St\\. Paul\\)\\. Walk in to learn more about the DSP role, interview with our managers, and walk out with a new, rewarding job \\- contingent on successful background checks\\! Description **Are you looking for a rewarding career? Apply at REM Ramsey\\! We support adultswith a wide range of abilities and disabilities to lead self\\-directed lives\\.** **We have full\\-time and part\\-time positionsavailable in the White Bear Lake area\\. Joinour extraordinary team today\\!** As aCaregiver/Direct Support Professional \\(DSP\\), you will work with individualswith a range of challenges including intellectual and developmentaldisabilities, severe and persistent mental health, and individuals withmedically complex challenges\\. We offerresidential services with supports tailored to the needs of each individual,including assistance with daily activities such as meal preparation andplanning; medication administration; and personal cares\\. DSP?s may also facilitatecommunity involvement by accompanying individuals on outings in their communityor providing transportation to work or other activities\\. In addition, DSP?ssupport therapeutic and behavioral plans in partnership to encourageindividuals to be as independent as possible and enhance the quality of lifefor those we support\\. _REM Ramsey Offers:_ + Flexible, consistent schedules\\. Full and Part time schedules available+ A rewarding work environment with some of the best co\\-workers you could ask for+ Family\\-oriented environment, casual dress, employee events+ A chance to make a difference in people?s lives on a daily basis+ Competitive pay rates, paid time off, and benefits for 30\\+ hour work week+ Paid training; Holiday pay+ Career development, and advancement opportunities throughout the nation\\-wide Network+ Access to employee discounts with various vendors+ A dynamic work environment where no day is ever the same as the next

Paralegal - Social Security Disability (Bilingual Spanish Speaking)

Law Offices of Joseph A Romano
Bronx, NY 10467

Job DescriptionWho We Are:Since 1989, we have represented injured clients in the Bronx and communities throughout New York s five boroughs. Whether you were injured on the job or developed a disability that prevents you from working, our law firm can... Read More

Job DescriptionWho We Are:Since 1989, we have represented injured clients in the Bronx and communities throughout New York s five boroughs. Whether you were injured on the job or developed a disability that prevents you from working, our law firm can help. The staff of dedicated professionals at Law Offices of Joseph A. Romano, P,C. will thoroughly investigate your condition and present your case in the best, most comprehensive manner possible.About the Position:The Law Offices of Joseph A. Romano, P.C. is seeking Social Security Disability Paralegals for our Bronx, N.Y. office.A Social Security Disability Paralegal will be involved with all aspects of the firm s clients and with case management, preparing files for hearings, obtaining up to date medical records, answering phones and heavy client contact. The position also requires working with medical records, creation of retainer packages, and compliance with Social Security Law.Responsibilities:Completing all SSD intakes via telephone and in-office appointments & assigning Attorney appointments after completion of intake(s).Generating all SSD intake packages and retainers including 1696, 1965, Fee Agreement, etc.Submission of all updated retainers packages to SSD local district offices.Reviewing and completing daily dashboard and dockets on all assigned cases.Creating required SSD matters in Prolaw for all new intakes and clients.Completing all SSD applications for SSD and SSI claims after supervisor approval.Checking E-case for WCB claims for updated medicals and submitted to DDS as required.Working with clients on completion of function report and questionnaires.Checking voicemails daily and returning all client calls immediately.Answering phone calls for all clients assigned to them and on IA ring group as required.Scanning all retainers in client s folder and labeling them correctly.Scanning all HIPPA(s) into client s folder and sending medical record requests as required.Preparing, printing, and reviewing retainers for attorney appointments.Communicating with clients and resolving any issues to satisfy the client s needs.Communicating with clients regarding status of claims as needed.Conducting daily contact with client(s) on recent treatment and updates.Submission of all medical records to DDS as requested by assigned attorney.Providing a daily report to supervisor on pending issues and matters.Sending out medical requests to doctors, hospitals, and follow up on all updated treatment.Filing appeals after claim is initially denied.Reviewing and answering emails from department supervisor and the attorneys/non-attorneys throughout the day regarding caseload.Managing caseload from all clients from IA level & pension cases.Prioritizing daily workload and executing to completion all tasks as directed by supervisor/manager.Communicating with attorneys, management, and SSA effectively to provide the best service to our clients.Completing applications and submitting them to local SSA office with proper SSA forms and retainers.Filing appeals and submitting proper forms and documentation to SSA local offices.Contacting clients to provide them with status updates.Contacting clients anytime we receive correspondence from SSA (i.e., CE appointment,Function Report, Work History, request for additional information, etc).Following-up with clients to make sure that clients respond timely to SSA.Making sure to always keep Analyst informed regarding all of client s treating sources and any hospital visits.Keeping in constant communication with analyst (to verify that analyst received everything we submitted, to ask analyst if there are any outstanding requests for records, etc.Verifying client s contact information (address, telephone number, and e-mail).If clients provide a new address, sending Change of Address to local district SSA office.Bringing any issues to assigned attorney (i.e., MIA client, work activity, no treatment, SSA does not have us as reps, etc).Submitting evidence to the analyst using the barcode provided & ensuring scan confirmation into ProLaw.Performs other duties as assigned.Requirements:Must have ability to communicate with clients, ALJ(s), Social Security Administration, and Doctor Offices.Ability to operate Microsoft Office software and legal case software management programs.Must have knowledge of concepts, terminology and procedures of Social Security Disability.Continuously assisting attorneys with keeping their cases well-organized and updating medical records as required.Frequent communication with clients to relay information about status on their case and appointments.Ability to multi-task required while maintaining attention to detail and accuracy and able to meet deadlines.Time management, professional communication, and organizational skills.Ability to work independently and within a team based structure.Outstanding typing, proofreading, and familiarity with legal forms.Strong oral and written communication skillsStrong analytical skills with demonstrated attention to detail and deadlinesAbility to work independently, to manage a high client load, to meet deadlines, and to be flexibleDeveloping a strong understanding of the Social Security Disability processBilingual Spanish is preferredCompany DescriptionWho We Are:Since 1989, we have represented injured clients in the Bronx and communities throughout New York s five boroughs. Whether you were injured on the job or developed a disability that prevents you from working, our law firm can help. The staff of dedicated professionals at Law Offices of Joseph A. Romano, P,C. will thoroughly investigate your condition and present your case in the best, most comprehensive manner possible.

Account Representative, Disability

Munich Re
33 W Washington St, Chicago, IL 60602

* Adjudicate complex, contestable claims * Independently coordinate Underwriting, Legal and Administrative reviews and make decision recommendations to the Claims Review Committee * Manage litigated cases * Adjudicate compromise settlements * Rev... Read More

* Adjudicate complex, contestable claims * Independently coordinate Underwriting, Legal and Administrative reviews and make decision recommendations to the Claims Review Committee * Manage litigated cases * Adjudicate compromise settlements * Review high dollar, early duration claims * Manage client relationships * Conduct claim trend analysis * Produce analytical business reports such as client benchmark reports, mortality study reports etc... * Manage External Audit Process and lead all on-site audits * Identify training opportunities, create training presentations and programs for employees and clients * Give industry presentations as required * Lead projects as necessary * Coordinate with others to create claims tools as appropriateSDL2017 Associated topics: child custody, divorce, firm, lawyer, law office, law practice, legal, legal affairs, litigation, litigation attorney

Director of Disability Services

Jewish Family and Children's Services of San Francisco
224 Seneca Ave, San Francisco, CA 94112

Job DescriptionDIRECTOR OF DISABILITY SERVICESUnder the supervision of the Associate Executive Director, the Director of Disability Services is responsible for the oversight and expansion of the Gary Shupin Independent Living Community and other Adul... Read More

Job DescriptionDIRECTOR OF DISABILITY SERVICESUnder the supervision of the Associate Executive Director, the Director of Disability Services is responsible for the oversight and expansion of the Gary Shupin Independent Living Community and other Adult Services including program development and oversight of case management and support services to adults living with a wide range of disabilities.The Director is a highly experienced professional with experience creating and marketing programming for adults with disabilities. The Director supervises all aspects of program operations, and supervises all staff working with adults with disabilities across the agency. The Director understands and assists in meeting short term and long term budget and services goals, understands the mission and objectives of Jewish Family and Children s Services and works within the limitations of the Agency s resources and performs all duties in compliance with agency standards.ResponsibilitiesThe Director is responsible for oversight and expansion of services for adults with disabilities, including the Gary Shupin Independent Living Community. The Director oversees all aspects of services, including case management, clinical support, residential services, independent living skills training, and developing and supporting a community of peers. Services for program clients are tailored to each individual s needs and promote maximum independence.Oversee agency adult services programs as assigned,, ensuring that the case management model of care for adults with a wide range of physical and mental health disabilities as well as other life challenges builds on client strengthens and fosters client self-sufficiency.Oversight of the Shupin ILC residential program, including program development, staffing, facility and quality assurance. Ensure that the residential program provides a rich array of services to engage young adults with developmental disabilities and helps them to develop their independent living skills in measurable ways, and to successfully integrate into the Jewish and general communities. Ensure that facility is full at all times with appropriate staffing to ensure excellence in program quality.Expand the membership of the social club to the broader community of young adults with developmental disabilities in San Francisco and surrounding areas, ensuring robust participation in a creative and compelling schedule of recreational, social and educational activities designed to enhance participant social skills and independent living.Collaboration with the staff of JFCS Fiduciary Services to develop program components that help families address the financial planning and management needs related to the ongoing care of family member(s) with disabilities. .Continue expansion of community-based services to all regions services by JFCS, including: fee based case management and independent living skills training.Supervise staff serving adults with disabilities as assigned, following all agency policies and procedures for staff supervision.Identify and contract with experienced professionals in the community t to provide enriched and supportive services to individuals served by the Gary Shupin ILC, including mental health practitioners; behavioral specialists; independent living skills coaches as needed to enhance program quality.Oversee and market the services of the Gary Shupin ILC in the greater community to meet budget and program goals. Represent the program to donors and potential donors, referral sources, family members, professionals and colleagues in order to inspire support and involvement.Ensure that staff maintain complete and accurate case records in compliance with Agency standards.QualificationsQualified candidates should be confident, flexible professionals with extensive experience in developing and supervising program services to adults with a wide range of concerns and able to collaborate effectively with members of an interdisciplinary team. In addition, they should possess:A desire to supervise a collaborative interdisciplinary team with the drive to work together to ensure each individual reaches his/her maximum potential.A Masters degree in social work, licensed to practice in California strongly preferred.A minimum of three years staff supervisory experience in a social service setting, or equivalent work environment required. Demonstrated supervisory and administrative experience combined with knowledge of principles of staff development and motivating others.Demonstrated specialization in developing, marketing and implementing services to individuals with disabilities. Knowledge of best practices in the field of working with adults with developmental disabilities.Previous experience working in residential as well as community-based settings required.Ability to exercise good judgment and maintain professional boundaries.Knowledge of Jewish community, holidays and cultural activities.Excellent oral and written communication skills.Flexibility in schedule and ability to work evenings and weekends, as needed.A high sense of urgency and multitasking skillsWillingness to jump right in and creatively develop and market servicesCompensationThis is a full time, salaried, exempt, contract position with benefits. Competitive compensation will depend on experience and proficiency level. We offer a robust array of benefits including: medical, dental, and vision coverage; paid holidays; paid vacation and sick leave; 403(b) plan; life and disability insurance.Application ProcesssPlease submit cover letter and resume to ...@jfcs.org with Director of Disability Services in your subject line.Company DescriptionSince 1850, JFCS of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties has provided comprehensive, caring social services to Bay Area residents of all ages and faiths. We help people solve personal problems--from cradle to rocking chair--in order to strengthen the individual, strengthen the family and strengthen the community. Mission Statement Jewish Family and Children s Services exists to provide professional and volunteer services for the purposes of developing, restoring and maintaining the competency of families and individuals of all ages. Traditionally, Jewish Family and Children s agencies carry a special responsibility within the Jewish community for reaching out to children, the aged, those with special needs, the alienated and the dependent, and for the resettlement and acculturation of refugees and immigrants. As part of the network of Jewish community services, the Agency helps promote Jewish continuity through the provision of preventive, educational, therapeutic and supportive services, within the context of historic Jewish values, emphasizing inter-generational ties and community responsibility. Associated topics: administrative, administrative assistant, administrative coordinator, assist, asso, front office, operational assistant, operational support, operations director, staff

Caregiver - Disability Counselor

OpenGate
1500 Waters Pl, Bronx, NY 10461

Job Description COMPETITIVE SALARIES COMMENSURATE WITH EXPERIENCE. ALL SHIFTS AVAILABLE. POSITIONS AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT WESTCHESTER COUNTY!Opengate is seeking caring individuals to assist developmentally disabled adults to lead fruitful and independe... Read More

Job Description COMPETITIVE SALARIES COMMENSURATE WITH EXPERIENCE. ALL SHIFTS AVAILABLE. POSITIONS AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT WESTCHESTER COUNTY!Opengate is seeking caring individuals to assist developmentally disabled adults to lead fruitful and independent lives at various locations in Westchester County.Responsibilities: Assisting with daily living skills Qualifications:HS Diploma/GED and NYS driver s license required. GENEROUS BENEFITS PACKAGE THAT INCLUDES COMPREHENSIVE MEDICAL INSURANCE, 401(K) WITH EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTION, PAID VACATION! SUBMIT RESUME OR WALK-IN INTERVIEWS ACCEPTED MONDAY FRIDAY 9AM 4PM, 357 MAIN STREET 2ND FLOOR, ARMONK, NY 10504.Company DescriptionNot-for-Profit Corporation located in Westchester, NY. providing residential and day services to developmentally disabled adults.

Coordinator Disability Advocacy Program

AmeriHealth Caritas
18769 Wiltshire Blvd, Southfield, MI 48076

Your career starts now. We re looking for the next generation of health care leaders.At AmeriHealth Caritas, we re passionate about helping people get care, stay well and build healthy communities. As one of the nation's leaders in health care soluti... Read More

Your career starts now. We re looking for the next generation of health care leaders.At AmeriHealth Caritas, we re passionate about helping people get care, stay well and build healthy communities. As one of the nation's leaders in health care solutions, we offer our associates the opportunity to impact the lives of millions of people through our national footprint of products, services and award-winning programs. AmeriHealth Caritas is seeking talented, passionate individuals to join our team. Together we can build healthier communities. If you want to make a difference, we d like to hear from you.Headquartered in Philadelphia, AmeriHealth Caritas is a mission-driven organization with more than 30 years of experience. We deliver comprehensive, outcomes-driven care to those who need it most. We offer integrated managed care products, pharmaceutical benefit management and specialty pharmacy services, behavioral health services, and other administrative services. Discover more about us at www.amerihealthcaritas.com.Responsibilities:Responsible for the preparation of case management files for assigned Plan members who are eligible to receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or CSHCS benefits and the creation and maintenance of case management documentation in the CSHCS/SSI database. Coordinates with the Manager of the DAP and the UM associates to receive monthly data loads and distribute member data to UM for process of renewals. Coordinates and facilitates the CSHCS/SSI conversion application process by working closely with member, providers, Utilization Management (UM), and the local Medicaid office (MC), as needed. Coordinates with UM to contact members and/or process mailings to Plan members identified as eligible for renewal in the CSHCS/SSI program. Maintains relationship and works with providers to facilitate the exchange of medical documentation regarding specialty treatment received for designated chronic medical conditions. Work involves frequent contact with members, medical services, government services, providers and others to obtain and verify medical and financial information needed to determine SSI/CSHCS eligibility.Education/Experience:Required Associate s Degree.Required 3-5 years case management experience.Required knowledge of medical terminology & medical records procedures.Required knowledge of Facets, Jiva, EXP, RightFax, MS Office.Required knowledge of referral procedures for case management, including state requirements regarding case management.Required knowledge of Children s Special Health Care Services program and/or medical claims processing in a disability determination service office or related experience preferred.Required ability to identify and utilize cultural and community resources useful.

Remote Disability Underwriter 3

Manpower Group
7701 W Margaret Ln, Franklin, WI 53132

Job DescriptionManpower is looking for Disability Underwriter 3 s for a large insurance company in Franklin, WI!This is a 2 year contract with possibility of extension.Remote or onsite worker, part of the Disability Insurance UW group. Remote candida... Read More

Job DescriptionManpower is looking for Disability Underwriter 3 s for a large insurance company in Franklin, WI!This is a 2 year contract with possibility of extension.Remote or onsite worker, part of the Disability Insurance UW group. Remote candidates will travel to Franklin for 2-3 weeks of training and will be reimbursed for the travel. Please note these are highly specialized roles and only candidates meeting 100% of the qualifications will be considered.Candidates are expected the meet the following standards: Generally, be available to work 40 hours per week during typical business hours. Work will be audited on a regular basis by Supervisors as training progresses. Full signature limits are expected to be reached within 10 weeks of training completion.Responsible for the independent analysis and appraisal of a broad range of insurance applications, may approve, classify or decline applications for various ages and face amounts.Must have experience with individual DI underwriting. Candidates with group DI experience will not be considered. MUST have DI Underwriting experience. We are not looking for health or life underwriters. A bachelor's degree preferred or demonstrated consistent success in prior Underwriting role as evidence by satisfactory case management and quality review. Have 5 - 7 years of professional experience in underwritingAccountabilities:1. Responsible for the analysis and appraisal of a broad range of insurance applications, may approve, classify or decline applications for various ages and policy amounts.2. Determines underwriting requirements and considers all factors which may impact insurability including but not limited to financial, occupational and medical information.3. Communicates frequently by telephone and written correspondence with internal and external customers to clarify and resolve underwriting information.4. Independently partners with internal customers regarding underwriting questions and case management.5. Actively supports continuously learning and improvement while meeting departmental quality, service and production goals.6. Leads departmental and divisional projects and initiatives.7. Provides mentoring to Underwriting Specialist with complicated cases and customer escalations, when needed.8. Provide assistance to Lead Underwriting Consultants.Company DescriptionManpower is dedicated to enriching people's lives with meaningful employment and development opportunities, as we have done for more than 75 years.With our global presence and local expertise, and by leveraging the expertise of our parent company, Manpower Group, we influence how people and companies work now and how they will work in the future. Associated topics: underwriter

Long Term Disability Specialist I

Utah Retirement Systems
5129 W 5360 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84118

About The CompanyA division of Utah Retirement Systems, PEHP is a non-profit trust with the vital job of providing health benefits to Utah s public employees and their families.Job DescriptionSummary:Analyze long-term disability claims in order to de... Read More

About The CompanyA division of Utah Retirement Systems, PEHP is a non-profit trust with the vital job of providing health benefits to Utah s public employees and their families.Job DescriptionSummary:Analyze long-term disability claims in order to determine benefits due, timely payments and adjustments. Investigate and coordinate various claim conditions such as litigation, rehabilitation and third party recovery. Ensure ongoing management of disability claims is in compliance with policy and procedure. Duties and Responsibilities:Analyzes and processes claims by investigating and gathering information from varied sources to determine compensability of the claim which includes review of medical, employment and personal information. Informs claimants of documentation required to process claims, changes in insurance and LTD benefits, required time frames, personal and legal responsibilities, payment information and claims status.Prepares claims for medical reviews; prepares and provides thorough review of contested claims. Completes exposure analysis on contested claims. Processes decisions after acceptance or denial. Manages activities on active claims relative to eligibility verification, benefit payments, collections of overpayments, appropriate terminations and periodic reviews. Works closely with guidance from the LTD Specialist to coordinate various claims processes through a well-developed plan of action including time requirements, legal follow-up and compliance.Works closely with guidance from the LTD Supervisor to manage activities on claims in adherence to laws and rules relative to vocational rehabilitation, rehabilitative employment, medical, fraud potential, offsets, third party claims and cost management. Determines benefits, approves and makes timely claim payments and adjustments; assists in the audit process for issuance of monthly LTD payroll benefit checks. Provides insurance premium information and explains various insurance options. Ensures proper completion of enrollment/change documentation. Enters insurance enrollment into the system in accordance with rules and policies.Computes benefit amounts, overpayment debt and retroactive insurance debt according to rules and laws.Identifies claim recoveries including but not limited to subrogation, short term disability, accidental death and dismemberment, third party claims, workers compensation, social security disability and retirement offsets. Takes appropriate action pursuant to process and Title 49.Under guidance of LTD Program Manager assists with third party recovery including managing collection correspondence and coordinating appropriate action with legal department and subrogation/recoveries staff Evaluates and arranges appropriate referral of claims to outside vendors for surveillance, vocational rehabilitation, independent medical evaluation, functional capability evaluation, and/or related disability activities.Works with LTD Program Manager and legal department to seek legal advice and prepare claims and documents for litigation. Runs reports, completes audits and processes data to ensure claim files and benefit enrollments are processed timely and accurately.Attends risk management meetings (of lesser volume and complexity) and maintains professional relationships with participating employers, risk management staff and other participants.Maintains strict confidentiality.Performs other related duties as required.Required ExperienceEducation and ExperienceHigh School Diploma AND two (2) years of progressively responsible experience handling disability claims and/or worker compensation claims; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Specific experience or specialized training in disability insurance claims management is preferred. Medical terminology and health insurance claims processing experience preferred. Knowledge, Skills, and AbilitiesRequires effective verbal and written communications skills as well as professional phone etiquette skills. Requires, a working knowledge of purposes, principles and practices of insurance systems; insurance law, codes, policies and guidelines; computer operations and technical software applications; negotiation and interview techniques; interpersonal conflict resolution methods. Must have the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with managers, co-workers and the public; ability to follow written and verbal instructions; perform basic mathematical calculations; operate a variety of types of office equipment; type, and work independently and deal effectively with stress caused by work load and time deadlines. Must have strong organizational skills. Must be able to deal with claimants medical and financial information with sensitivity, confidentiality and discretion. Work EnvironmentIncumbent performs in a typical office setting with appropriate climate controls. Tasks require a variety of physical activities which do not generally involve muscular strain, but do require activities related to walking, standing, stooping, sitting, reaching, talking, hearing and seeing. Common eye, hand, finger dexterity required to perform essential functions. Job duties require occasional travel for office business. Individual must be physically capable of safely operating a vehicle, possess a valid license and have an acceptable driving record based upon data provided by a current Department of Motor Vehicle Record (MVR).\",\"title\":\"Long Term Disability Specialist I\",\"@context\":\"\",\"url\":\"\",\"hiringOrganization\":{\"@type\":\"Organization\",\"name\":\"Utah Retirement Systems\",\"sameAs\":\"\"},\"jobLocation\":[{\"address\":{\"addressCountry\":\"UT\",\"streetAddress\":\"560 East 200 South\",\"@type\":\"PostalAddress\",\"postalCode\":\"84102\",\"addressLocality\":\"Salt Lake City\"},\"@type\":\"Place\"}],\"datePosted\":\"2018-07-16T00:00:00.000Z\",\"occupationalCategory\":\"Long Term Disability (LTD)\"}Please Enable Cookies to ContinuePlease enable cookies in your browser to experience all the personalized features of this site, including the ability to apply for a job.Welcome pageReturning Candidate?Log back in!Long Term Disability Specialist ILocationUT-Salt Lake CityPosted Date3 weeks ago(7/16/2018 6:14 PM)Job ID2018-2591CategoryLong Term Disability (LTD)Minimum Starting WageUSD $16.53/Hr.About The CompanyA division of Utah Retirement Systems, PEHP is a non-profit trust with the vital job of providing health benefits to Utah s public employees and their families.Job DescriptionSummary:Analyze long-term disability claims in order to determine benefits due, timely payments and adjustments. Investigate and coordinate various claim conditions such as litigation, rehabilitation and third party recovery. Ensure ongoing management of disability claims is in compliance with policy and procedure. Duties and Responsibilities:Analyzes and processes claims by investigating and gathering information from varied sources to determine compensability of the claim which includes review of medical, employment and personal information. Informs claimants of documentation required to process claims, changes in insurance and LTD benefits, required time frames, personal and legal responsibilities, payment information and claims status.Prepares claims for medical reviews; prepares and provides thorough review of contested claims. Completes exposure analysis on contested claims. Processes decisions after acceptance or denial. Manages activities on active claims relative to eligibility verification, benefit payments, collections of overpayments, appropriate terminations and periodic reviews. Works closely with guidance from the LTD Specialist to coordinate various claims processes through a well-developed plan of action including time requirements, legal follow-up and compliance.Works closely with guidance from the LTD Supervisor to manage activities on claims in adherence to laws and rules relative to vocational rehabilitation, rehabilitative employment, medical, fraud potential, offsets, third party claims and cost management. Determines benefits, approves and makes timely claim payments and adjustments; assists in the audit process for issuance of monthly LTD payroll benefit checks. Provides insurance premium information and explains various insurance options. Ensures proper completion of enrollment/change documentation. Enters insurance enrollment into the system in accordance with rules and policies.Computes benefit amounts, overpayment debt and retroactive insurance debt according to rules and laws.Identifies claim recoveries including but not limited to subrogation, short term disability, accidental death and dismemberment, third party claims, workers compensation, social security disability and retirement offsets. Takes appropriate action pursuant to process and Title 49.Under guidance of LTD Program Manager assists with third party recovery including managing collection correspondence and coordinating appropriate action with legal department and subrogation/recoveries staff Evaluates and arranges appropriate referral of claims to outside vendors for surveillance, vocational rehabilitation, independent medical evaluation, functional capability evaluation, and/or related disability activities.Works with LTD Program Manager and legal department to seek legal advice and prepare claims and documents for litigation. Runs reports, completes audits and processes data to ensure claim files and benefit enrollments are processed timely and accurately.Attends risk management meetings (of lesser volume and complexity) and maintains professional relationships with participating employers, risk management staff and other participants.Maintains strict confidentiality.Performs other related duties as required.Required ExperienceEducation and ExperienceHigh School Diploma AND two (2) years of progressively responsible experience handling disability claims and/or worker compensation claims; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Specific experience or specialized training in disability insurance claims management is preferred. Medical terminology and health insurance claims processing experience preferred. Knowledge, Skills, and AbilitiesRequires effective verbal and written communications skills as well as professional phone etiquette skills. Requires, a working knowledge of purposes, principles and practices of insurance systems; insurance law, codes, policies and guidelines; computer operations and technical software applications; negotiation and interview techniques; interpersonal conflict resolution methods. Must have the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with managers, co-workers and the public; ability to follow written and verbal instructions; perform basic mathematical calculations; operate a variety of types of office equipment; type, and work independently and deal effectively with stress caused by work load and time deadlines. Must have strong organizational skills. Must be able to deal with claimants medical and financial information with sensitivity, confidentiality and discretion. Work EnvironmentIncumbent performs in a typical office setting with appropriate climate controls. Tasks require a variety of physical activities which do not generally involve muscular strain, but do require activities related to walking, standing, stooping, sitting, reaching, talking, hearing and seeing. Common eye, hand, finger dexterity required to perform essential functions. Job duties require occasional travel for office business. Individual must be physically capable of safely operating a vehicle, possess a valid license and have an acceptable driving record based upon data provided by a current Department of Motor Vehicle Record (MVR).OptionsApply for this job onlineApplyShareRefer this job to a friendReferSorry the Share function is not working properly at this moment. Please refresh the page and try again later.Share on your newsfeedInterested in this opportunity?Application FAQsSoftware Powered by iCIMSwww.icims.com Associated topics: attorney corporate, business, company, compliance, compliance office, corporate, courtroom, legal affairs, legal department, market

Disability Support Worker

Leidos
7532 Axton St, Springfield, VA 22151

Description:Anyone interested in being considered for a position for this upcoming contract, please apply with your most recent resume and contact info for us to reach out to you directly, should you qualify. All candidates must have an ACTIVE TS/SCI... Read More

Description:Anyone interested in being considered for a position for this upcoming contract, please apply with your most recent resume and contact info for us to reach out to you directly, should you qualify. All candidates must have an ACTIVE TS/SCI level clearance currently to be considered. Provide support to Government employees with disabilities to enable them to accomplish daily work functions, to include note taking, document handling, processing and administrative operations, personal assistance with computer use like mouse navigation, lifting material like charts and maps, and assistance with using the phone, printer and other machines. May need to be attend training (onsite and/or offsite) with the Government employee to provide similar support. Experience and demonstrated competency performing personal assistance duties. Comprehensive computer knowledge and understanding of Microsoft Office programs. Additional skills include the following: briefing skills, project management, organizational skills, and communication skills. General understanding of, or ability to learn, NGA, its mission, products, and internal/external customers, as is familiarity with NGA specific applications and methods like PeopleSoft and GEOINT analysis software.Qualifications:LEVEL 1 Experience and demonstrated competency performing personal assistance duties. Comprehensive computer knowledge and understanding of Microsoft Office programs Additional skills include the following: briefing skills, project management, organizational skills, and communication skills General understanding of, or ability to learn, NGA, its mission, products, and internal/external customers, as is familiarity with NGA specific applications and methods like PeopleSoft and GEOINT analysis software High School diploma or equivalent experience within related field < 3 years LEVEL 2 Experience and demonstrated competency performing personal assistance duties. Comprehensive computer knowledge and understanding of Microsoft Office programs Additional skills include the following: briefing skills, project management, organizational skills, and communication skills General understanding of, or ability to learn, NGA, its mission, products, and internal/external customers, as is familiarity with NGA specific applications and methods like PeopleSoft and GEOINT analysis software Associate s Degree or equivalent experience within related field 3- 6 years LEVEL 3 Experience and demonstrated competency performing personal assistance duties. Comprehensive computer knowledge and understanding of Microsoft Office programs Additional skills include the following: briefing skills, project management, organizational skills, and communication skills General understanding of, or ability to learn, NGA, its mission, products, and internal/external customers, as is familiarity with NGA specific applications and methods like PeopleSoft and GEOINT analysis software Bachelor s Degree or equivalent experience within related field 7- 10 Years Leidos Overview:Leidos is a global science and technology solutions leader working to solve the world s toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, homeland security, civil, and health markets. The company s 33,000 employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Leidos reported pro forma annual revenues of approximately $10 billion for the fiscal year ended January 1, 2016 after giving effect to the recently completed combination of Leidos with Lockheed Martin's Information Systems & Global Solutions business (IS&GS). For more information, visit www.Leidos.com. The company s diverse employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Qualified women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply. Leidos will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories for employment in accordance with relevant Laws. Leidos is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Associated topics: attorney corporate, company, corporate, corporate attorney, counsel, court, internal, legal, llp, market