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New Claim Intake Representative

Myler Disability is a growing company looking for competent individuals ready to take on a challenging job. We are one of the largest Social Security Disability advocacy groups in the country and we're happy to be located in Utah Valley.
We promote very quickly from within the organization to fill various upper level positions-so even our entry level department, known as New Claims, can quickly become a career opportunity. We believe in rewarding our hard working employees, frequently giving raises and offering a generous bonus program.
The entry level position is, in essence, paid training that will give you the skills and knowledge to grow within the company. Your initial responsibilities would include assisting individuals who have disabilities with their applications for Social Security Disability. You will be providing phone consultations with our prospective clients to determine whether or not they qualify for the programs with which we can assist them. You will also determine whether or not their case is strong enough to warrant our representation. Most employees are promoted from this department within 2-3 months.
Talented new team members can look forward to progressing on to one of many departments assuming the role of a Case Manager. In this position you would provide more one-on-one assistance to a number of clients within your caseload. You will answer their questions and concerns; locate and provide resources that will supplement our efforts; work under the direction of our attorneys to overcome potential setbacks; collect additional evidence; and many other duties that help our clients through the long and difficult process of applying for disability benefits.
Benefits:
Health Insurance
401k
Flex Spending Account
Life and Dental available
Paid holidays
Qualifications:
Career-minded individuals that can give at least a one year commitment
Typing of 40+ wpm
Must be able to work full time (Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm)
Bachelor degree helpful (not required)
Paralegal Experience helpful (not required)
Spanish speaking helpful (not required)
Contact: Andrew Backenstoss
Email: resume@mylerdisability.com
Please submit your resume (PDF format preferred) to the email provided.

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