Job Title:TRIAL ATTORNEY
Department:Department Of Labor
Agency:Office of the Solicitor
Job Announcement Number:EX-14-SOL-08
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|$106,263.00 to $138,136.00 / Per Year|
|Friday, May 02, 2014 to Sunday, May 11, 2014|
SERIES & GRADE:
|FULL-TIME - Permanent|
|1 vacancy in the following location(s):|
District of Columbia, DC View Map
Washington DC, DC View Map
WHO MAY APPLY:
|U.S. Citizens; CTAP eligibles in the local commuting area; Non-Citizens as allowed by law. This is an Excepted Service position. This job will be filled through an alternative hiring process and is not in the competitive civil service.|
|Q - Nonsensitive|
Opportunities are Open! Begin a challenging career with the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), and you will help shape the workforce of tomorrow. DOL offers rewarding opportunities to contribute to a noble mission: to serve and protect American workers, prepare them for new and better jobs, and to ensure the safety and fairness of American workplaces. The Department of Labor values its customers. Every DOL employee is responsible for delivering good customer service through accurate, courteous, efficient and effective transactions.
We are seeking a talented trial attorney to litigate cases and advise on matters involving federal employment law and federal information law. The person selected will report to the Department’s Counsel for Employment Law, working in the Department of Labor’s Office of the Solicitor (SOL), Division of Management and Administrative Legal Services (MALS)and also support the Counsel for FOIA and Information Law. SOL’s mission is to meet the legal service demands of the entire Department of Labor and help ensure that the Nation’s labor laws are forcefully and fairly applied to protect the Nation’s workers. The MALS Division provides the Department of Labor with legal advice and litigation services relating to a variety of governmental and management legal issues, such as appropriations, procurement, employment, labor relations, and information law issues, and also serves as the administrative arm of the Office of the Solicitor.
- Occasional Travel
- Some travel may be required for this position.
- Appointment to this position may require a background investigation.
- Must be a U.S. citizen or non-citizen as allowed by law.
- Requires a trial period if the requirement has not been met.
- Relocation expenses will not be paid.