The SSA team is searching for professionals to assists millions of retired and disabled workers, their dependents, and survivors.
As an SSA representative, daily tasks include:
* Interviewing the general public and providing service regarding SSA programs.
* Gathering and analyzing facts and evidence to establish eligibility for benefits.
* Making critical decisions to determine the amount of benefits paid to individuals.
* Resolving complex problems and communicating important information concerning benefits.
* Speaking with beneficiaries about their rights under the Social Security laws.
* Using state-of-the-art computer technology to access and update information about claims.
Our challenging fast-paced careers will allow you to make a difference in people’s lives … and your own!
Please click on (or copy and paste) the following link to apply to our rewarding career opportunities:
For any questions, please contact SSA’s Region IX Selective Placement Coordinator at the following email address: email@example.com.
NOTE: If you have previously applied for the Fiscal Year 2011 (FY11) Selective Placement Program or have submitted an application through a process other than stated in the announcement, you will have to apply again through the provided link to be considered for Fiscal Year 2012 (FY12).
If you’re outside of that area, there are other federal employment opportunities for people with disabilities available.
The following is a link to the Selective Placement Coordinators all over the country. You can contact them directly to determine if a similar hiring initiative is occurring in your area.
You can also search the www.usajob.gov website directly. I’m familiar with the site, but spent some time this morning learning about available resources for job seekers with disabilities. The following is a link that explains the various ways a job seeker can access federal jobs.