A Productive Day at the Offce
Senior Disability Examiner (Current Employee) – Jackson, MS – February 10, 2015
A typical day at the job is reviewing my to do list and prepare to interview clients that are applying for Social Security benefits. After interviewing clients, we review applications to be developed and submitted to hospitals and clinics for medical records. Once the medical records are received in this office, I review them to make a determination or continue to investigate their medical history so an accurate decision can be made. Secondly, I learn different medical terminology and procedures everyday. I understand different laws pertaining to medical requests as well as different policies and procedures pertaining to Social Security laws. Third, I was chosen in 2005, to attend Leadership and Basic Supervisory training by management. I have some of the best co-workers in the state. They are the most resourceful, educated, and concerned people i have meet and came across. There are some that are hard to deal with, but i continue to be courtesy to them all. The hardest part of my job is to ensure that I meet the demand of all the citizens of my state. The next hardest part of my is job is to denying citizens that are of age, but still does not meet the qualifications of Social Security to receive benefits. Lastly, the satisfying part of the job is knowing that the decision that was made was the best and accurate decision for the client. It gives me pleasure to know that I made a difference in someone life.
Flexibility, serving the community, and learning mechanism
compensation and upper mobility