Field Representatives Director

Administer educational programs for veterans of armed services.

What does a Field Representatives Director do?

Administers educational and job training programs for veterans of armed services, as established by government regulations, and directs activities of field representatives: Develops and presents reports concerning activities, expenses, budget, new or revised government statutes and rulings, and other items affecting program. Evaluates curriculums, and reviews and approves or rejects applications of schools, establishments, or individuals offering educational or training facilities. Determines eligibility of veterans to receive education or training. Confers with government agencies on problems and other matters relating to program. Interprets regulatory or administrative decisions to execute legal requirements, establishes guides for making decisions in field, and assigns work load to subordinates.