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COVID-19 Administrative Law Judges for the State of Indiana


Indiana's Department of Workforce Development (DWD) is seeking licensed attorneys for full time ​and part time contractor employment to conduct unemployment insurance appeal hearings.  

You can make an impact on Indiana's communities every day. This contract role will be 3+ months! Apply today to speak with a recruiter to learn more about this opportunity. 

  • Receives and reviews case files prior to scheduling hearings;
  • Schedules administrative hearings;
  • Rules upon any pre-hearing motions;
  • Holds administrative hearings pursuant to the Indiana Code, Indiana Administrative Code and the USDOL Criteria Handbook;
  • Issues decisions consistent with Indiana law;
  • Assigns work to clerk;
  • Reviews and certifies hearing transcripts when necessary;
  • Researches statutory and case law, when necessary.
  • Knowledge of Indiana Unemployment Insurance law;
  • Knowledge of USDOL Criteria Handbook;
  • Ability to gain knowledge of DWD hearing procedures;
  • Ability to effectively conduct hearings in a stressed environment;
  • Ability to analyze the evidence presented and expeditiously issue decision-based upon the evidence;
  • Ability to maintain a high volume workload;
  • Effectively communicate, both orally and in writing.
Additional Information
  • $26.00/hr
  • Remote/Work from Home 
  • Must be licensed in the State of Indiana
  • *Full time and part time available
  • Requires the use of personal computer 

The Administrative Law Judge works for Knowledge Services with the Department of Workforce Development and is responsible for holding unemployment insurance appeal hearings and issuing decisions based upon the hearings.



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Knowledge Services is now taking resumes to fill this critically important role to help conduct unemployment insurance appeal hearings.

If interested, please click the button to the left to submit your application and one of our team members will be in touch.