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This position is located in the Office of Legislative Affairs, part of the Office of the General Counsel, Railroad Retirement Board. The incumbent will be responsible for performing a wide variety of administrative and technical support work for the Office of Legislative Affairs.
This job announcement may be used to fill one or more vacancies.
As a Legislative Affairs Specialist, you will:
- Be responsible for receiving and responding to inquiries from congressional staff, RRB officials, and others regarding Railroad Retirement Act (RRA) and Railroad Unemployment and Sickness Act (RUIA) programs and legislative matters.
- Represent the Director when responding to telephonic and written inquiries of a highly sensitive and urgent nature.
- Prepare and proofread correspondence for office staff.
- Assist the Director and Legislative Affairs Officer (LAO), and Legislative Assistant in monitoring and tracking legislation of interest to the agency, pertaining to, or having a potential impact on, the RRA, RUIA, (Social Security Act) SSA, Civil Service, and other matters.
- Establish and maintain the office's legislative files. Requisitions supplies and equipment.
- Requisition supplies and equipment.
- Maintain the Director's correspondence folders, and controls action items.
- The work performed requires the ability to analyze complex situations wherein the incumbent exercises a high degree of judgment, discretion, and initiative in the accomplishment of assigned duties.
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