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Filling up to 15 positions.
Work hours: 9:00 AM to 5:00 based on operational need.
In order to be eligible for this position you must:
- Have successfully examined and have a current score on file for this job title.
- Meet Pennsylvania residency requirements
- Be able to perform essential job functions
The opening and verifying of checks for the cash unit and then the applying of this cash. Along with this is also the copying of checks and making sure everything comes out correctly for the Treasury pick-up.
Sort and file original cases in employer pending (miscellaneous and/or Point of Service) determinations files.
Sort and match employers' response forms with the employers' original request located in the employers pending file; sequence, count, and distribute to the clerk 3 for review.
Process adjustments for claim revisions and claims that have redeposited payments.
Search the Employers' Charge determinations computer files and for original relief from charge cases to avoid duplicate requests to be processed; annotate the claim for original request for relief from charge received and file in the designated cabinet, type Form UC-560 relief from charge hand denials according to instructions provided by the determinations clerk 3, when assigned.
Receive, sort and distribute incoming and outgoing documents and/or mail for various operations areas. This includes the opening, sorting, and stamping in of daily mail. Determine timeliness and control late mail and correspondence according to established procedures. This also includes being able to complete the mail runs as necessary when assigned.
Research computer address files if necessary for postal returns to retrieve better addresses or new addresses if provided by the postal service; then re-date, re-address and re-mail forms back to both claimants and employers. Post statements on GA's as needed which no address can be found.