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Read our latest article regarding the status of ALJ Applications Click here

USAjobs has taken down the complete ALJ Application from it's website. Below is a copy of the last SSA ALJ Vacancy Announcement in it's entirety that was posted on USAjobs so you can determine if you meet the latest (to our knowledge) qualifications.

If you have questions regarding preparation for an ALJ application please contact our resident expert Elizabeth Juge at service@careerproplus.com. Elizabeth can address your ALJ Application questions and prepare a complete application to include the Accomplishment Record (AR) responses.

 

Agency:

MULTI-AGENCY

Job Announcement Number:

2009ALJ-134575

Job Title:

Administrative Law Judge

Salary Range:

116,593.00 - 162,900.00 USD /year

Series & Grade:

AL-0935-03

Open Period:

Monday, November 09, 2009 to Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Position Information:

Full Time Career/Career Conditional

Duty Locations:

Many vacancies - Throughout the Nation

Who May Be Considered:

United States Citizens

Job Summary:

Who May Be Considered Any U.S. Citizen except as noted below.

NOTE: With the exception of 10-Point veterans, applicants on the current Administrative Law Judge register who received a Notice of Results, with a final numerical rating, under ALJ announcement, number 2008ALJ-134575, which was posted on USAJOBS on July 30, 2008, are not eligible to apply to this vacancy announcement.

The Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) function was created by the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) in 1946 to ensure fairness in administrative proceedings before Federal Government agencies. The APA also provided for a merit selection system and statutory protection of ALJs' independence and impartiality.

ALJs serve as independent impartial triers of fact in formal proceedings requiring a decision on the record after the opportunity for a hearing. In general, ALJs prepare for and preside at formal hearings required by statute to be held under or in accordance with provisions of the APA, codified in relevant part, in sections 553-559 of title 5, United States Code (U.S.C.). ALJs rule on preliminary motions, conduct pre-hearing conferences, issue subpoenas, conduct hearings (which may include written and/or oral testimony and cross-examination), review briefs, and prepare and issue decisions, along with written findings of fact and conclusions of law.

The Federal Government employs ALJs in a number of agencies throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Cases may involve Federal laws and regulations in such areas as admiralty, advertising, antitrust, banking, communications, energy, environmental protection, food and drugs, health and safety, housing, immigration, interstate commerce, international trade, labor management relations, securities and commodities markets, social security disability and other benefits claims, and transportation.

Individuals who wish to apply for a position as an ALJ with the Federal Government should read this vacancy announcement in its entirety before preparing an application. Applicants must meet all the minimum qualification requirements for an ALJ position as described in this announcement.

SPECIAL NOTE REGARDING OPEN PERIOD: This announcement is open from November 9, 2009 until either 11:59:59 p.m. (EST) on the day on which the 900th completed application has been submitted or 11:59:59 p.m. (EST) on November 24, 2009 -- whichever comes first.

An application is considered complete when the Assessment Questionnaire and resume (described in the "How to Apply" section) are submitted.

If the 900th completed application is received before the end of the two-week open period, this announcement will close at 11:59:59 p.m. (EST) on the day that the 900th completed application has been submitted. All completed applications received on this day will be accepted.

The ALJ vacancy announcement is being reopened so that additional qualified applicants can be added to the register. Once the examination process is concluded, the names and scores of applicants who successfully complete the examination will be added to those currently on the register.

Changing Geographical Locations: If you are currently on the ALJ register, you may change (i.e., add, or remove) your selected geographical location(s) during the vacancy announcement open period. To change your selections(s), send an email stating your request to change your selected locations to aljapplication@opm.gov. See the "How to Apply" section for more details.

Key Requirements:

  • U.S. Citizenship
  • Subject to a background suitability investigation/determination
  • Submit all supporting documents (see "How to Apply" section)
  • Males born after Dec. 31, 1959, must be registered for selective service

Major Duties:
Administrative Law Judges (ALJs) conduct formal hearings involving cases where all interested parties are given advance notice of the hearing; an opportunity to submit facts, arguments, offers of settlement or proposals of adjustment, and an opportunity to be accompanied, represented, and advised by counsel or other qualified representatives. ALJs rule on preliminary motions, conduct pre-hearing conferences, issue subpoenas, control hearings (which may include written and/or oral testimony and cross-examination), review briefs, and prepare and issue initial or recommended decisions, along with written findings of fact and conclusions of law therein. Oral or documentary evidence may be received, but irrelevant, immaterial, or unduly repetitious evidence is excluded. Decisions are issued upon consideration of the whole record, or those parts of it cited by a party and supported by and in accord with reliable, probative, and substantial evidence.

Qualifications:

To qualify for an ALJ position, an applicant must meet all three of the following requirements:

1. Possess a full seven (7) years of experience as a licensed attorney preparing for, participating in, and/or reviewing formal hearings or trials involving litigation and/or administrative law at the Federal, State or local level;

2. Possess a professional license and be authorized to practice law under the laws of a State, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or any territorial court established under the United States Constitution (see specific details regarding LICENSURE below);

3. Pass the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) competitive examination which evaluates the competencies/knowledge, skills, and abilities essential in performing the work of an ALJ.

Specific details for each of the three requirements are as follows:

1. EXPERIENCE:

QUALIFYING EXPERIENCE: Applicants must have a full seven (7) years of experience as a licensed attorney preparing for, participating in, and/or reviewing formal hearings or trials involving litigation and/or administrative law at the Federal, State or local level. To be considered as qualifying experience, the types of cases handled under this requirement must have been conducted on the record under procedures at least as formal as those prescribed by sections 553 through 559 of title 5, U.S.C.

Litigation Experience: Qualifying litigation experience involves cases in which a complaint was filed with a court, or a charging document (e.g., indictment or information) was issued by a court, a grand jury, or appropriate military authority and includes:

  • participating in settlement or plea negotiations in advance of trial;
  • preparing for trial and/or trial of cases;
  • preparing opinions;
  • hearing cases;
  • participating in or conducting arbitration, mediation, or other alternative dispute resolution approved by the court; or
  • participating in appeals related to the types of cases above.

Administrative Law Experience: Qualifying administrative law experience involves cases in which a formal procedure was initiated by a governmental administrative body and includes:

  • participating in settlement negotiations in advance of hearing cases;
  • preparing for hearing and/or trial of cases;
  • preparing opinions;
  • hearing cases;
  • participating in or conducting arbitration, mediation, or other alternative dispute resolution approved by the administrative body; or
  • participating in appeals related to the types of cases above.

Non-Qualifying Experience: Experience involving cases with no formal hearing procedure and uncontested cases involving misdemeanors, probate, domestic relations, or tort matters is not qualifying. Listed below are some examples of types of positions which are not qualifying:

  • Claims Reviewer
  • Clerk of Court
  • Conferee
  • Contracting Officer
  • Insurance Adjuster
  • Moderator
  • Officer of any court not of record
  • Rating Specialist
  • State Unemployment Insurance Supervisor
  • Law clerks and law professors

CREDITING MILITARY EXPERIENCE: For applicants entitled to veterans' preference, time spent in the Armed Forces of the United States shall be considered as qualifying experience in either of the two following ways, depending upon which will be of more benefit to applicants:

1. Such service may be considered on the basis of actual duties performed by applicants as an attorney or military judge in the military services, or

2. Such service may be considered as an extension of the employment in which applicants were engaged immediately before entrance into the military service. When military service is credited in this way, applicants are considered to have continued performing the duties of the positions they left.

For additional information, OPM has published on its website guidance on how to credit military experience at: http://www.opm.gov/veterans.

2. LICENSURE: An applicant must be licensed and authorized to practice law as an attorney under the laws of a State, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or any territorial court established under the United States Constitution. Judicial status is acceptable in lieu of "active" status in States that prohibit sitting judges from maintaining "active" status to practice law. Being in "good standing" is acceptable in lieu of "active" status in States where the licensing authority considers "good standing" as having a current license to practice law.

An applicant must possess a license to practice law, as described above, at the time of application and throughout the selection process including any period on the ALJ competitive register.

3. COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION: Applicants who meet the experience and licensure qualifications are also required to pass the remaining parts of the ALJ examination, the purpose of which is to evaluate the competencies/knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) essential in performing the work of an ALJ. The remaining parts of the examination for ALJ positions are the following:

Part A. Accomplishment Record (AR): Applicants will be asked to prepare and submit online narrative responses to six competencies identified as required for successful performance as an ALJ in the Federal Government.

Part B. Written Demonstration (WD): The purpose of the WD is to evaluate an applicant's ability to prepare a clear, concise, and well-reasoned legal decision of the type that one might be expected to write if employed as an ALJ. It takes approximately 5 hours to complete the WD (a 4 hour assessment exercise) and deal with related administrative matters. The WD is conducted in a proctored environment using a laptop computer provided by OPM and will be administered in 3 locations across the U.S. (Washington, DC; Chicago, IL; and San Francisco, CA). Applicants who are invited to participate in the WD will be scheduled to take it at the test location of their preference as indicated on the assessment questionnaire.

Part C. Structured Interview (SI): The objective of the SI is to evaluate an applicant's responses regarding situations related to being an ALJ. A panel of experts will conduct the interview and evaluate the responses provided by the applicant. The interview will last approximately one hour and will be administered in one location in the Washington, D.C. area.

Must be a U. S. citizen to apply.

How You Will Be Evaluated:

Basis for Rating:

Assessment Questionnaire and Resume: OPM will review the completed online Assessment Questionnaire and resume you submit to determine if you meet the experience and licensure requirements as described in this announcement. If OPM determines you do not meet one or both of these requirements, a Notice of Results (NOR) will be issued to you indicating a rating of "ineligible" and no further action will be taken on your application.

Accomplishment Record (AR): If you meet the experience and licensure requirements, OPM will evaluate the AR portion of your Assessment Questionnaire.

  • If your AR score is among the higher AR scores from all eligible applicants, you will be invited to participate in the WD and SI (Parts B and C of the ALJ Examination). You will be notified regarding when and where to report for the WD and SI.
  • If your AR score is not among the higher AR scores from all eligible applicants, you will be issued a NOR indicating that you will no longer be considered for this current ALJ vacancy announcement. You will not be allowed to participate in the WD and SI.

NOTE: In determining the higher AR scores, veterans' preference will be considered for applicants who are entitled to veterans' preference and have submitted the required documentation.

Written Demonstration: If you are invited to participate in the WD, this part of the examination will be administered in a proctored environment. Your completed WD will be assessed by OPM. Once the WD assessment has been completed, you will be asked to participate in the SI.

Structured Interview: You will be required to report for the SI part of the examination to be interviewed by a panel of experts. Once this assessment process has been completed, you will be issued a final numerical rating.

Final Numerical Rating: A final numerical rating on a scale of 1 to 100 will be assigned to you once all parts of the examination have been completed. This rating will be based on the scores assigned for the AR, WD, and SI parts of the examination with a maximum possible total score of 100, excluding veterans' preference. If you do not claim veterans' preference, this numerical rating will be your final numerical rating. If you claim veterans' preference and have submitted the required documentation, five (5) or ten (10) points, as appropriate, will be added to your total earned rating to determine your final numerical rating.

Appeals Process: An ALJ Appeals Panel (Panel) will be convened to adjudicate applicant appeals. The Panel will accept and adjudicate an appeal from the following three categories of applicants who believe their ratings were assigned in error:

1. An applicant who received a NOR indicating "ineligible" at any stage of the ALJ assessment process.

2. An applicant who received a NOR indicating that they did not score among the higher AR scores from all eligible applicants and therefore did not receive further consideration for this current ALJ vacancy announcement.

3. An applicant who received a NOR with a final numerical rating for appeal of the entire examination.

The Panel has the authority to affirm, raise, or lower the rating; remove an applicant from the register; or remand for further development. Further details regarding the appeal process will be provided with the NOR.

NOTE: If you receive a final numerical rating and your name is placed on the register, and if you appeal your numerical rating, your name will remain on the register using your score of record until such time as the appeal is completed.

Retaking the ALJ Examination: You may retake the ALJ examination when the examination is open to the receipt of new applications if:

  • You received an "ineligible" rating or did not score among the higher AR scores from all applicants; or
  • You received a NOR with a final numerical rating under ALJ announcement, number 2007ALJ-134575. (NOTE: With the exception of 10-point veterans, applicants on the current ALJ register who received a Notice of Results with a final numerical rating, under ALJ vacancy announcement 2008ALJ-134575, which was posted on USAJOBS on July 30, 2008, are not eligible to retake the ALJ examination at this time.)

In either of the above situations, you will be required to complete all three parts of the examination before you can receive a final numerical rating. If you choose to retake the ALJ examination, your latest rating will become your new rating of record, whether it is higher than, the same as, or lower than the score you received previously.

NOTE: If you reapply for the examination while you have an appeal pending, the reapplication will automatically terminate the appeal.

If you are a 10-point veteran currently on the ALJ register, you have the right to reopen the ALJ vacancy announcement at any time. However, you will be required to complete all parts of the examination process and your latest rating will become your new rating of record, whether it is higher than, the same as, or lower than the score you received previously.

Receiving Employment Consideration:

If you receive a NOR with a final numerical rating, your name will be placed on the existing ALJ register. This register is an automated database of all the eligible candidates, created as a result of the competition from this open vacancy announcement, number 2008ALJ-134575 and number 2007ALJ-134575. The ALJ register is used as the source of names to make referrals to agencies for employment consideration when they have entry level ALJ vacancies to fill. Names are referred in descending numerical score order, based on the duty location of the position(s) to be filled and the geographical preference of candidates. It is the responsibility of the hiring agency to make selections from the list of candidates referred for employment consideration from among the highest three available names, taking into consideration veterans' preference rules regarding order of selection.

NOTE: If you decline two (2) job offers, your name will be suspended from the ALJ register for a period of one (1) year or until the register is terminated, whichever occurs first. Further, as noted in the Geographic Availability section, if you decline consideration for a geographical location for which you previously indicated availability, you will no longer be considered for that location and will not be allowed to reinstate that location until the next vacancy announcement open period.

If you become unavailable for consideration for a period of time, you should request to have your name suspended from the register. Such requests for suspension, as well as requests to have your name returned to the register, must be submitted to aljapplication@opm.gov. Requests to end the suspension and have your name returned to the register will be accepted as long as the register on which you were placed has not been terminated. The current ALJ register is set to expire in October 2010, although OPM may extend that date. Prior to that date, applicants on the register will be notified regarding their status and any action impacting their eligibility.

It is important to notify OPM about your availability and current contact information while you are on the register. If your name is referred for consideration from the register, and if you fail to respond to a written inquiry from the employing agency, you will be considered unavailable for appointment, and your name will be suspended from the ALJ register until you request to have your name restored to the register as described in the preceding paragraph.

Benefits:

The Federal Government offers a comprehensive benefits package. Explore the major benefits offered to most Federal employees at http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/ei61.asp.

How To Apply:

To apply for the position of ALJ, you must submit a complete application package through the online application processing system (Application Manager), which includes the following:

  1. Your responses to the Assessment Questionnaire [which includes the Accomplishment Record (AR) part of the ALJ examination], and
  2. Your resume as specified in the Required Documents section of this vacancy announcement.

Reasonable Accommodation for online ALJ Application: OPM provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation for the application process will be made on a case-by-case basis and must be requested before the close of the ALJ vacancy announcement. If you wish to request reasonable accommodation based on your disability, you must contact OPM for assistance by sending an email message to aljapplication@opm.gov.

Please note the following:

No changes to assessment items in the Assessment Questionnaire will be accepted after the vacancy announcement closes, although changes to non-assessment items (such as contact information) can be made by sending an email with the updated information to aljapplication@opm.gov.

As previously indicated, your complete application package must be submitted by the day on which the 900th completed application has been submitted or November 24, 2009, whichever comes first. Therefore, once you begin the application process, you should attempt to complete your application package on that dayBecause of the application limit that has been established, you run the risk of the announcement closing before you can complete/submit your application if you carry the process over to another day.

Failure to submit a complete application package will cause your application to be rated "ineligible"and you will not be able to participate in the remaining parts of the ALJ examination. While much of the Assessment Questionnaire is not time intensive, the AR contained in the questionnaire takes considerable time to complete. We estimate that the typical applicant would need approximately six (6) hours to complete the total application process. Please plan accordingly.

The following restrictions apply to files uploaded as part of this application process:

o File format must be in JPG, PDF, TXT, RTF, DOC, WPD, XFD, FDF, XFDF or HTM/HTML;

o File size must not exceed two (2) megabytes; and

o File(s) must not include macros or scripts of any kind.

Note: Faxed Resumes will not be accepted.

Applicants, eligible to apply, who submitted an application package during the previous open period must submit a new application package during the current open period to be considered.

The Application Manager online system is used to accept and process your ALJ application. You can track your progress to a Complete Application Package using the My Application Package Checklist and status displays in Application Manager.

Application Manager Online System:

To begin the application process, choose one of these options:

  • Select your USAJOBS Resume and Complete the online Assessment Questionnaire - If your resume is going to come from the USAJOBS Resume Builder, you begin the process by clicking the Apply Online button near the bottom of this page.
  • Complete the online Assessment Questionnaire and upload a Resume you have already created - If you resume is going to be one you prepared outside of the USAJOBS Resume Builder, click this link to begin the process: Online Questionnaire.

To return to Application Manager at any time simply log in at https://ApplicationManager.gov.

NOTE: Applicants are responsible for completing and submitting the application, the AR, and any supporting documents by 11:59:59 p.m. (EST) on the day on which the 900th completed application has been submitted or November 24, 2009, whichever comes first, as explained in the Announcement Overview section. Incomplete applications will be rated as "ineligible" and those applicants will not be allowed to participate in the remainder of the ALJ examination process. In order for your answers to be processed and for you to be considered for the position, you must click the Submit My Answers button.

Social Security Number

Enter your Social Security Number. Providing your Social Security Number is voluntary, however, we can not process your application without it.

Vacancy Identification Number

AN134575
Title of Job

Administrative Law Judge
Biographic Data

E-Mail Address

Employment Availability

Are you fluent in reading, writing, speaking and understanding the Spanish language?

OPM provides reasonable accommodation for the WD and SI parts of the examination to applicants with disabilities, where appropriate, for the purpose of providing equal access to the examination process. Accommodations may include such modifications as changes in the presentation format, response format, assessment setting, timing, or scheduling. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis and must be approved prior to participating in the WD and/or SI portions of the ALJ exam. If you need a reasonable accommodation with the WD and/or SI, please respond "yes" to the following question. You will be contacted to obtain additional information and to make special testing arrangements, if appropriate.

Do you have a physical or other type of impairment that will require special arrangements with the WD and/or SI?

Citizenship

Are you a citizen of the United States?
Lowest Grade

The grade for this position is 03.

03

Test Location

OPM plans to administer the ALJ Written Demonstration (WD) assessments in Chicago, IL, San Francisco, CA and Washington, DC, assuming there is sufficient interest in the new locations. Please select the location preference where you wish to take the WD. Travel to the assessment location is at the applicant's expense. We will attempt to accommodate your test location preference, however this is not a guarantee. If an insufficient number of applicants select one of the new locations, applicants for that location will be scheduled for the Washington, DC site instead. You are permitted to reschedule one time only but please note that all rescheduled WD's will be conducted exclusively at the Washington DC location and within a specific time period. (All Structured Interview assessments will be administered in Washington DC).
100 Chicago, IL
200 San Francisco, CA
300 Washington, DC

Veteran Preference Claim

Applicants entitled to veterans' preference should submit the appropriate documentation as described below:

Five (5) Point Veterans' Preference: Applicants claiming 5-point veterans' preference, who are no longer in the military service, must submit a DD Form 214 (Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty) or equivalent documentation of service and separation under honorable conditions. Equivalent documentation is specified in Section A of the Standard Form SF-15 (Application for 10-Point Veteran Preference) available at http://www.opm.gov/forms/. Veterans who are still in the service may be granted 5 points tentative preference on the basis of information contained in their applications, but they must produce a DD Form 214, or equivalent documentation of service and separation under honorable conditions, prior to appointment, to document entitlement to preference.

Ten (10) Point Veterans' Preference: Applicants claiming 10-point veterans' preference must complete the SF-15 available at http://www.opm.gov/forms/. In addition, applicants are required to provide appropriate documentation as outlined in the SF-15 to support their veterans' preference claim.

If for any reason an ALJ applicant is unable to submit the appropriate documentation during the open period, 5-point and 10-point veterans' preference documents must be sent electronically after the closing date to aljapplication@opm.gov. Faxed documents will not be accepted.

Please select the appropriate veterans' preference claim.

A. NV

No Preference Claimed

B. TP

5 Points Preference Claimed

C. XPP

10 Points Preference Claimed (award of a Purple Heart or compensable service-connected disability of less than 10%)

D. CP

10 Points Compensable Disability Preference Claimed (disability rating of at least 10% and less than 30%)

E. XP

10 Points Other (wife, widow, husband, widower, mother preference claimed)

F. CPS

10 Points Compensable Disability Preference Claimed (disability rating of 30% or more)

For more information on Veterans' Preference, please visit http://www.opm.gov/employ/veterans/.

Dates of Active Duty - Military Service

Occupational Specialties

001 Administrative Law Judge

Geographic Availability

Please carefully select the geographical locations where you would be willing to accept an appointment as an ALJ by an agency of the Federal Government. Once this vacancy announcement closes, you will not be able to change (i.e., add or remove) your selected geographical location(s) until the next ALJ vacancy announcement open period.

NOTE: If you are currently on the ALJ register, you have the option to change your selected geographical location(s) during the vacancy announcement open period. To change your selection(s), send an email stating your request to change your selected geographical location(s) to aljapplication@opm.gov with "2009 GEO CHANGE REQUEST" in the subject line. Such requests will only be honored if they are received during the vacancy announcement open period. After receiving your email request, you will be send a form listing all geographical locations for ALJ positions associated with the current examination. You will need to complete this form and send it back to aljapplication@opm.gov within one week from the date of the email containing the form, This new list of desired geographical location(s) will become your list of record and will replace all of your previous selections, Once this vacancy announcement closes, you will not be able to submit a request to change your selected geographical location(s) until the new ALJ announcement open period.

If after selecting or updating your geographical location(s) you decline consideration for a geographical location for which you indicated availability, you will be removed from further consideration for that location. You will not be able to reinstate a location from which you have been removed until the next ALJ vacancy announcement open period, Further, as noted in the Receiving Employment Consideration section, if you decline two (2) job offers, your name will be suspended from the register for one (1) year or until the register is terminated, whichever occurs first.

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