I'm submitting a letter to express my strong desire to be considered for the position of "veterans service representative" being offered by [ organization name ]. I fully believe I'm qualified to fill the position and make great contributions to encourage the growth of organization. I have 43 years old, finished b a law from the faculty of university of maryland, with a total working experience of 25 to 26 years, summarized as: transition specialist for 14 years, adjutant general nd lieutenant for one year, and from 10 years started working as veterans service representative. I'm convinced that I can provide you with the detailed information needed for you to see what positive contributions I could make if given the chance to come in for an interview. Resuming my career as - veterans service representative - in a company where I can express my skills and experience. Read more resume articles in our blog.
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The U. Department of Veterans Affairs VA oversees the benefits provided to men and women who serve in the U. Working in local VA offices, veteran service representatives work directly with veterans filing for benefits. Veteran service representatives advise veterans about what types of insurance, pension and other benefits they have an entitlement to, performing investigations to determine their eligibility. Representatives also update records to begin benefits payments or to make changes to the amount or type of benefits veterans receive. Because much of their work involves computers, familiarity with the basic operation of a computer and the ability to learn new software programs is necessary to the work of veteran service representatives.
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Yes as determined by agency policy. At the GS level, the incumbent performs in a trainee capacity; in which work assignments will be under technical supervision and review. RVSR duties include but are not limited to: Applies a wide variety of reference materials to include manuals, directives, letters and other guidance in the decision-making process. Assures proper application of the Rating Schedule and other applicable instructions, and is fully accountable for proper analysis, appropriate development and final rating decisions. Prepares letters, rating determination documents, and other written material for internal and external customers.