You will serve as a Human Resources Specialist (Labor Relations) in the Civilian Human Resources Directorate (CHR), Labor Relations Division of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.Learn more about this agency
- You will apply comprehensive knowledge of policies, procedures and processes of Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA), Federal Service Impasses Panel (FSIP), and Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS).
- You will initiate and process labor management relation cases through FLRA, FSIP and FMCS.
- You will apply comprehensive knowledge of collective bargaining techniques and alternative dispute resolution methods.
- You will develop management proposals and negotiate collective bargaining agreements and contracts.
- You will create presentations on LMR issues, formulate and produce LMR proposals, policies, and procedures.
- You will serve as senior consultant and technical advisor on command-wide labor management relations (LMR) matters.
- You will serve as the senior advisor and member of the USUHS Labor Management Relations (LMR) negotiation team, developing management objectives and bargaining positions.
- You will represent USUHS on unfair labor practices, arbitration, negotiability determinations, and impasses before the appropriate Federal agency.
- You will formulate and execute LMR policies and procedures for the establishment of guidelines utilized by management in carrying out their responsibilities under the terms of labor agreements.
- You will serve as recognized authority on LMR and provide sound guidance and advice on the impact of new legislation, court cases, FLRA decisions, MSPB decisions, and new or revised DoD or Federal rules, regulations, or policies on LMR.
- You will develop and conduct LMR training.
Occasional travel - Travel is dependent upon position description and availability of funding.
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