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General Attorney, Labor, NH 3 Responsibilities: The candidate makes recommendations to file or not file an appeal or exception. The outcome of cases handled at this level may have an effect throughout the Agency and federal government. Lastly, the incumbent is required to provide assistance to the DOJ on employment-related issues being pursued in U.S. District Court or in an applicable U.S. Court of Appeals. This assistance consists of the preparation and submission of litigation reports to AFLOA/JACL, the preparation of witness declarations, and identifying and securing relevant evidence. Serves as legal advisor on employment and labor matters. Provides legal opinions/advisories relating to employment, labor, and personnel law to affected organizational clients and management on matters including, for example, employee disciplinary actions, reasonable accommodation, requests for information, mediation, reviews of grievances pursuant collective bargaining agreement(s) and/or administrative grievance process, labor agreement negotiability disputes, management-retained rights, the duty to bargain with recognized unions, acceptance and/or rejection of EEO complaints, and personnel policies and practices. The goal is that the advice be clear, thorough, well-reasoned, consistent with law and/or policy, and timely provided. On occasion, issues involved are of such a nature that there is no clear precedent with which to develop an answer but, instead, the incumbent must make a thorough analysis of applicable statutes, their legislative histories, and analogous case law to provide an opinion. The issues involved may concern matters of the utmost importance and distinction to the continuing vitality of TAFB. Negotiates, drafts, and reviews settlement agreements - Engages in settlement negotiations, as appropriate, with opposing parties. These discussions may be bilateral or occur through mediation or other assisted processes. In such negotiations, the incumbent fully communicates
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have 1+ year of specialized experience equivalent to federal service at the NH-2 (or equivalent grade level, pay schedule, pay band, etc.) or higher level. Specialized experience is defined as providing legal advice in the area of Federal employment and labor law, with an emphasis on civil rights issues, to include employee discipline, grievances, workers' compensation issues, collective bargaining agreement interpretation, and other related matters, to Personnel and management officials.
Deadline: 20 April 2018.
Announcement number: AFMC-10164902-019534-9V-JKL. Apply online. No emails. Visit website for more information.
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