Case Manager

Want to have a fulfilling career with purpose helping military veterans and Fridays off?

We are a dog friendly growing veterans disability law office in Clearwater seeking a Veterans Benefit Case Manager to provide a friendly and compassionate point of contact to individuals and families seeking help with a disability claim filed through the Veterans Administration.

Competitive benefit package includes full paid premiums of health, dental, and vision insurance, 401k (after 1 year of employment) and 3 weeks’ (prorated) paid time off plus 1 floating holiday after 90 days of employment. In addition to the generous paid time off our office recognizes the following paid holidays annually: New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, the day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas day.

Responsibilities include: reviewing and responding to attorney and client emails, requesting various documents including medical and military records, drafting/mailing correspondence, completing various VA forms, and reporting to the team leader.

Ideal candidate will have a minimum education level of an Associate’s Degree and at least one year of experience in an office setting. Are you:
• Dependable
• Efficient
• Organized
• Detail Oriented
• An Excellent Communicator
• Problem Solver
• Enthusiastic
• An Efficient Writer

Please respond via email or mail resume and cover letter to be considered for position.

Office address:
Bosley & Bratch
Attention: Office Manager
1401 Court Street
Clearwater, FL 33756

No phone calls or in person visits, please.
[email protected]

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Pay: Starting at $40,000.00 per year

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