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UC Davis Director of Academic Employee and Labor Relations Salary: $6,479.00 - $11,662.17/Mo. Final Filing Date: May 8, 2014 View full job description & submit an on-line application at http://employment.ucdavis.edu Requisition number #03012000 Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer UC Davis Director of Academic Employee and Labor Relations Salary: $6,479.00 - $11,662.17/Mo. Final Filing Date: May 8, 2014 Under general direction of the Vice Provost, Academic Affairs, this position provides senior leadership to the Vice Provost (VP), the Assistant Vice Provost (AVP), faculty, deans, department chairs, and other senior administrators on employment law issues in the context of academic employment and policy matters, and in the area of labor relations and collective bargaining with respect to academic appointees. Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in human resources or related field. • Experience in labor arbitration advocacy or related field or activity. • Working knowledge of labor and employment laws, including other public sector labor laws, National Labor Relations Act, Labor Code, Fair Labor Standards Act, etc. • Experience conducting personnel related investigations, either in public or private sector. • Experience in supervision/leadership to assign and direct work, evaluate and reward performance for career staff employees. • Experience writing clear, concise, analytical, legally correct, accurate and persuasive briefs; appeals, motions, settlement agreements, and management positions. • Experience interacting and communicating effectively and professionally with a diverse administration, staff, visitors and volunteers using tact, diplomacy, and good judgment during all interactions in the performance of a wide variety of programs and support functions. • Experience overseeing the development, implementation and interpretation of policies related to employment issues including actions involving corrective action and dismissal, grievances, complaints, conflict management, and layoff. • Experience developing implementation procedures, and overseeing campus reviews and revisions, and providing consultative advice to academic or other organization leaders and managers. Preferred Qualifications: • J.D. degree. • Experience working in employment law including practicing law in a trial setting or representing clients at administrative hearings, and identifying best practice management models. To view full job description and submit an on-line application visit UC Davis Career Opportunities at http://employment.ucdavis.edu Requisition number #03012000 The University of California, Davis is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
 
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