Administrative Law Judge

Recruitment #210111-UNCE-13

Introduction

 

Administrative Law Judge

This is a part time position.

Position Description:
Serves as the agency’s Administrative Law Judge in regards to agency appeals brought pursuant to 317: Conducts hearings, reviews records, determines the pertinent issues and renders decisions required by law to be adjudicated by the agency. Adjudications at this level are moderately to highly complex and are performed with minimal assistance or supervision.

PRINCIPLE ACTIVITIES:
*Conducts hearings and determines the validity of claims in accordance with federal and state laws, court decisions and other established precedents; conducts hearings on¬site or by telephone;
*Renders decisions based on testimony, case record, applicable provisions of law and established precedents;
*Researches laws, regulations, policies and precedent relating to claims presented and hearing procedure;
*Analyzes the facts presented in cases under review, establishes findings on evidence presented and researches case law to render a decision;
*Assists in scheduling of the docket of cases to be heard, notification of all parties concerned and the arrangements of facilities where hearings are held;
*Administers oath to prepare for hearings; provides appropriate assistance in a review of the evidence in the case file;
*Questions witnesses and rules on objections, motions and admissibility of evidence reviews documentary evidence and determines elements of a complete case record and affords due process to each party;
*Prepares final decision; ensures transcript retention; keeps records on all cases and transmits the final decision order to appropriate parties;
*Analyzes factual and legal issues; reviews policies, procedures, regulations, technical manuals and other related legal questions for the agency;
*Other duties as assigned.

TRAVEL: Travel on an “as needed” basis.

SUPERVISION: This position may have supervisory responsibilities.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
*Juris Doctorate AND
*Active membership in the State Bar of Oklahoma AND
*At least ten years of experience in the practice of law

PREFERENCE MAY BE GIVEN TO CANDIDATES WITH:
*Legal experience with Medicaid law
*Experience processing administrative law cases

Accommodation Statement:
The Oklahoma Health Care Authority complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, religion, disability, age, national origin, or genetic information. If a reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and/or to receive other benefits and privileges of employment, please contact the Civil Rights Coordinator at 405-522-7335.

Conclusion

Veteran’s preference points apply only for initial appointment in the classified service.