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This position is located in the Pension & Fiduciary (P&F) Service under the Office of the Deputy Under Secretary for Disability Assistance. P&F Service administers VA's pension program for wartime veterans and their survivors, dependency and indemnity compensation (DIC) program for survivors of Veterans who die as a result of service-connected disabilities, and burial benefits program for Veterans. The Service also administers VA's fiduciary program, which protects beneficiaries who as a result of disability or advanced age are unable to manage their financial affairs. P&F Service is responsible for the development of policy, procedures, training, and oversight of the delivery of VA pension, DIC and burial benefits and fiduciary activities worldwide. The incumbent serves as a Program Analyst who serves as the primary control point for all front office issues, recommending program solutions to program officials and supervisors including modified work methods; procedural changes; systems variations; acceptance of new technology developments; improvements in program operations; and promotes efficiency and cost savings.
Major Duties include:
Ensure time and attendance records are accurately maintained and submitted for timely processing
Responsible for providing advice, assistance, and consultation to callers and/or visitors in a timely, professional, and courteous manner
Effectively analyzes, distributes and maintains correspondence tracking system to ensure timeliness of reports, assignments, and replies to control correspondence.
Ensures assignments are accurately reflected in appropriate tracking system
Takes proactive approach to book necessary meeting/conference rooms
Work Schedule: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Position Description Title/PD#: Program Analyst PD# 375752
Travel Required: Not Required
Relocation Authorized: No
Subject to a background/suitability investigation.
You may be subject to a probationary period.
Selective Service Registration is required for males born after 12/31/1959
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