Attorney Advisor – Social Security Admin.

June 21, 2010

The Attorney Advisor (AA) position provides legal and technical support to Administrative Law Judges (ALJs) in order to process appeal cases filed under Titles II, XVI and XVIII off the Social Security Act. As an AA, you will be required to serve as an authoritative specialist and program expert in the adjudication of Social Security disability and non-disability cases.

Complex and detail orientated assignments involve resolving issues of case development.  You will participate fully and assist the ALJs in the formulation of the case decision.  You will be required to provide technical advice and assistance to the ALJs in the review and analysis of cases prior to and after hearings.

SSA generally recruits for the Attorney Advisor position at the GS-9/11/12 level with the position having the promotion potential to the GS-12 level. Complete salary tables that include locality payments are available at http://www.opm.gov/oca/payrates/index.htm.

In order to qualify for the AA position, you must submit proof of current bar membership in any state.  United States Citizenship is required.

Send your resume along with your proof of bar membership to:

Office of Disability Adjudication and Review
1227 25th Street NW, 3rd. Floor
Washington, D.C. 20037
attn: Jody K. Stanage, Acting Hearing Office Director.

Recruitment Time Period:  June 21, 2010 -June 25, 2010

If you have questions about this position, contact:  Jody K. Stanage, Acting Hearing Office Director, at (202)254-0601, ext. 3023.  Please consult the flyer for more information.

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