Job Title:Director, Office of Public Affairs
Agency:National Labor Relations Board
Job Announcement Number:NL13DE871736SA
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|$105,211.00 to $155,500.00 / Per Year|
|Friday, April 05, 2013 to Friday, April 19, 2013|
SERIES & GRADE:
|Full Time - Permanent|
|1 vacancy in the following location:|
Washington DC Metro Area, DC United States
WHO MAY APPLY:
|United States Citizens|
Become a part of a prestigious and elite Agency created by Congress in 1935, to administer the National Labor Relations Act, the primary law for relations between unions and employers in the private sector. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is an independent Federal agency that has daily impact on the way America's companies, industries and unions conduct business.
The Director of the Office of Public Affairs, under supervision of the Chairman, is responsible for public affairs for the NLRB, including media relations and public communication strategies. The selectee will be responsible for enhancing websites, web applications, social media sites and other media for robust information sharing. The selectee will develop and implement the NLRB's external communications policies and strategies for a wide-range of audiences. The selectee will be responsible for strategic leadership in directing NLRB's provision of information to the media, other governmental entities and the public. The selectee will formulate and implement the information and public education program of the Agency to inform the public about the Agency's administration of the National Labor Relations Act, the principal labor relations law of the United States. Because of the unique structure of the Agency, in which the General Counsel is vested by the National Labor Relations Act with, certain statutory responsibilities independent of the Board, the Director of the Office of Public Affairs also furnishes technical assistance in those areas of independent statutory responsibility directly to the General Counsel.
This is a non-bargaining unit position.
- Must be a U.S. Citizen.
- Initial supervisory appointee is subject to a 1-year probationary period.
- Background investigation will be required.