Located onsite in Denver, CO. this position starts at the GS Grade 5 Step 1 level with salary of $36,317 for those entering Federal Civilian Service for the first time. You must be willing to relocate if living outside the Denver, CO. commuting area.Learn more about this agency
The majority of the work involves providing customer service orally using a telephone and using a computer to research customer questions and transcribe the conversation or taking notes electronically.
This position is assigned the organizational title of Customer Service Representative (CSR) under the Contact Center Chief, Customer Service Center (CSC), of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Veterans Health Administration, Office of Community Care (OCC). The primary function of the Customer Service Representative is advising, counseling, reviewing applications and claims and responding to requests regarding business processes for all associated health benefit programs which are administered by the OCC Contact Center. This involves personal contacts with the public for the purposes of (1) advising and providing information on benefits and rights; (2) explaining pertinent legal provisions, regulations, and related administrative practices and their application to specific cases; and (3) assisting individuals in developing needed documents and evidence required, or in resolving errors, delays or other problems in obtaining benefits. The majority of the work involves providing customer service orally using a telephone and using a computer to research customer questions and transcribe the conversation or taking notes electronically.Duties include:
- Supports telephonic, written correspondence, live CHAT, and/or electronic contacts as the CSC's mission dictates.
- Develops, examines, adjusts, reconsiders, recommends settlement of various types of claims, receives and processes requests for authorization of healthcare services, supplies and benefits.
- Furnishes routine information concerning rights and benefits with regard to assigned health benefit programs administered by the OCCPC under laws administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
- Works directly with Veterans, beneficiaries, providers and collection agencies in an effort to mitigate or resolve situations in which the Veteran or beneficiary has been placed in an adverse credit situation due to non-payment.
Work Schedule: 8 hour shift between 6:00 am and 6:00 pm Monday - Friday will be established based upon the needs of the service line
Position Description/PD#: /04786A
Financial Disclosure Report: Not required
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