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    About the Position: Serves as the U.S. Army Futures Command (AFC) labor counselor, employment law trial attorney, and general law attorney. Represents the Command in third-party administrative, quasi-judicial, and judicial proceedings on civilian personnel, labor relations, and equal employment opportunity matters.

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    • Represents AFC as trial attorney for civilian personnel, labor relations, and equal employment opportunity litigation cases arising within AFC, with potential to establish Command and department-wide precedent.
    • Represents AFC in determining whether adverse litigation decisions should be appealed and acts as the AFC representative, responsible for appeal preparation or presentation of the AFC position.
    • Provides oral and written advice and technical legal guidance to key AFC officials, and upon request, to subordinate commands concerning all aspects of the law of federal employment and federal labor-management relations.
    • Provides legal opinions on a variety of general law actions.
    • Exercises a general knowledge of Government contracting and fiscal law, to include the contracting cycle.
    • Advises appropriate Command officials regarding issues involving the use of images, music, poetry, text, and other creative work in the development of Army advertising materials.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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    0905 Attorney

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