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How would you rate your communication skills?
User-Submitted Answers
I would rate my communications skills as excellent.
Exponentially and increasingly cogent, with regard to topic knowledge.
Having over fifteen years addressing diverse audiences coupled by the refinement provided by my legal education, I am extremely confident.
Question 2 of 4
Do you enjoy research and investigation?
User-Submitted Answers
Research and investigation has been an integral part of several of the jobs I have held.It is something that I enjoy immensely.
Investigation is important along with research because it makes me a more knowledgeable counselor. If its something I dont know to just google and read up on it.
I do enjoy research and investigation. It is important to be prepared for the cases presented to you.
I spend time doing research and I enjoy it.
Question 3 of 4
How closely do you follow rules?
User-Submitted Answers
To the letter of the law with the inference of common sense.
Adjust to each particular case.
I always follow the prescribed rules and regulations.
I try to follow rules as accurate as humanely possible. Especially if my short cuts would be a disservice to someone.
Question 4 of 4
Have you ever conducted a hearing before?
User-Submitted Answers
No but I have coordinated large committee meetings where committee members made important decisions on guidance about using medical procedures.
No. I have been involved in at least hundreds of hearings and have recently become a certified mediator.
Yes. Administrative Probation Modification.
I have not conducted a hearing yet. However I am finishing my bachelor's in criminal justice so I know the basics and my best friend is an attorney I have helped him in cases too. I also was wrongfully accused once and I represented myself pro se.

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About Adjudicator and Hearing Officer

August 17th, 2017

Conduct hearings to decide or recommend decisions on claims concerning government programs or other government-related matters and prepare decisions. Determine penalties or the existence and the amount of liability, or recommend the acceptance or rejection of claims, or compromise settlements.

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