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Claims Representative Job Opening at Service Office

The Department Service Office in Des Moines has an opening for a full-time claims representative. This person works with veterans to prepare and submit claims to the Veterans Administration for benefits.  Click on the links below for a job description and for an employment application. Interested applicants may call the Department Headquarters at 800-365-8387 or the Department Service Office at 800-944-2039 for more information.

 

Claims Representative Job Description (PDF)

Job Application (PDF)


District Conferences - September & October

The Fall District Conferences are being held throughout the months of September and October at nine locations around the state.  Click here for dates and locations.  The District Conferences provide an opportunity to learn about the programs for this year.  Your post should be represented in order to understand how you can assist in these programs in your community.  The conferences also provide an occasion for members to meet District and Department officers and chairmen and to hear first hand what The American Legion is doing on the District, Department and National levels.


VA Medical Center Facility Tours - September & October

Each year The American Legion of Iowa conducts an annual tour of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers serving the veterans of Iowa.  All Legion, Auxiliary, and SAL members are welcome to participate.  Click here for dates and locations.


Law Enforcement Officer of the Year

Each year, The American Legion of Iowa gives its Department Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award to a well-rounded law enforcement officer who has exceeded the duty requirements expected of his or her position and has demonstrated a distinct pattern of community service coupled with professional achievement. Nominations are due November 30.  Click here for details.


Firefighter of the Year

The American Legion of Iowa will give its Department Firefighter of the Year Award to a firefighter who has exceeded the requirements expected of his or her position and has shown a distinct pattern of community service and professional achievement.  Nominations are due November 30.  Click here for details.


Hiring our Heroes Job Fair

November 11, 2014

 

Iowa State Fairgrounds

4H Exhibits Building

3000 E Grand Ave

Des Moines, IA  50317

 

Click here for details


American Legion of Iowa Electronic Newsletter

The American Legion, Department of Iowa, has started an electronic newsletter.  The newsletter is produced twice per month, with special editions when necessary.  Subscribe today to get the latest information from the Department delivered right to your email.

Click here to subscribe


LEGIONCARE:  $5,000 Accidental Death Benefit at NO COST to You.


Legionnaires now have the opportunity to assure their enrollment in LegionCare, the newly enhanced Accidental Death benefit available at No-Cost to Legionnaires. LegionCare is a one-of-a-kind benefit offered exclusively to Legionnaires. LegionCare provides all Legionnaires with:

  • $5,000 in Accidental Death Coverage for covered accidents that occur if you are traveling on official Legion business.

  • $1,000 for all other covered accidents.

  • 24/7 protection that covers Legionnaires at home, at work and while they are travelling away from home available for all Legionnaires in your Department.

IMPORTANT: All Legionnaires must activate their $5,000 in protection in order to be covered. Post Adjutants should provide members with an enrollment postcards when processing membership. The Adjutants are also asked to provide the postcards to Paid Up For Life (PUFL) members.  Legionnaires may also activate their coverage by going online at www.theLIT.com.

 

Donít let any of your fellow Legionnaires let this opportunity pass them by. Please help ensure that all of the members in your Post are aware of this important benefit.

 

Click here to learn more.

 


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