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As a Director Crime Victims Compensation Claims, you would manage claims processing and investigative functions, including claims intake, new claims data entry and processing, files and records retention, and reopened and protracted claims; review investigations and causally-related ongoing medical billing investigation, reasonableness of medical treatment, processing of independent medical examinations, and payments; analyze and evaluate procedures and policies affecting services rendered to victims; review operations to ensure conformity; review performance of supervisory staff and make improvements; develop and implement staff training; modify and improve forms used in claims processing; review proposed legislation and changes in policy to determine impact on claims processing and recommend changes; render decisions for all awards exceeding the established threshold per OVS policy; serve on the Appeals Panel, conducting appeals where decisions are reviewed on denied or reduced claims upon petition by the claimant, and providing a summary to either affirm or reverse the appealed decision; develop policy for claims processing and update policies and procedures; represent the agency at criminal justice and other meetings; and, approve or deny requests for emergency awards presented by subordinate staff members; and perform the full range of supervisory duties.
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