Senior Director for Labor Relations 8hrs Prob Human Resources-OR

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Job Title:    Senior Director for Labor Relations 8hrs Prob Human Resources

School District:   Beaverton School District

City/State:    Beaverton/OR

Where to Apply:

Position Open Until:  07/07/2022

Job Description:

Position Description: The Senior Director for Labor Relations works with administrative direction to provide leadership, direction and guidance in the area of labor relations for the organization; directs and supports stakeholders and staff to proactively resolve and prevent labor disputes; serves and shares leadership as chief negotiator over multiple employee groups’ collective bargaining agreements; and collaborates with District and employee leaders and staff to identify and resolve employee issues. This employee is a highly skilled negotiator, facilitator and collaborative partner who implements, articulates and promotes the District’s policies, procedures, philosophy, goals and objectives in employee/employer relations as well as the contractual roles, responsibilities and accountability of all stakeholders in the employment arena.

Tentative Interviews:

Round 1: Wednesday, July 13 Zoom

Round 2:Tuesday, July 19 in person

Required Qualifications:

  1. Must possess a Bachelors Degree from an accredited college or university. Degrees in the area of Human Resources, Public Administration, Law, Organizational Development or a related field are preferred.
  2. Experience participating in and/or leading negotiation, implementing, interpreting and explaining collective bargaining agreements, investigating and resolving grievances and employment/labor issues, conducting trainings, developing policies and procedures and preparing reports in a multi-union public employment labor relations environment.
  3. Must have at least four years experience in a supervisory capacity.
  4. Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills.
  5. Must hold a valid Oregon or Washington driver’s license.

Any other combination of education, training and experience which demonstrates the candidate is likely to possess the skill, knowledge, ability and trait characteristics essential for this classification may be considered.

Applicants are asked to attach two letters of recommendation and unofficial transcripts to their applications. If they are unable to do so and are selected for an interview, they are required to bring them to the interview. Official transcripts are required at time of hire.

If the District is unable to identify at least three qualified finalists from the applicant pool, the position may be re-posted.

This is a "confidential/exempt" position not subject to overtime, and work hours will vary. Incumbents should expect to work a minimum of 40 hours per week and may be subject to on-call duty at any time. Default work shift may flex between standard day shift hours and evening shift hours at various intervals throughout the year.

Hours per day: 8 hours

Schedule: Work Hours will Vary Calendar: 260

Positions Available: 1

COMPENSATION: Competitive benefits package offered. Annual salary: $128,826 - $145,129, depending on experience.

To comply with Governor Kate Brown’s Executive Order - “All teachers, educators, support staff, and volunteers in K-12 schools will be required to be fully vaccinated by October 18, 2021. Upon hire we will need to collect a copy of your COVID-19 Vaccination Card or evidence of a qualifying medical or religious exception from the mandate.

In the Beaverton School District, we are committed to removing systemic barriers to resources, access, and opportunity for all our students and for all our staff. As an employer, we want every individual who comes to work for us to bring their whole self, and to thrive. We believe that each unique person who comes to work at BSD makes us a better organization. We value a diverse workforce and recognize that our success is dependent upon creating an organization of equity and inclusion that is welcoming to all.

We encourage candidates with diverse lived experiences, candidates who are bilingual and those with experience working with a broad range of individuals and communities, to apply. Our growing diversity makes us better, stronger, more reflective, and more able to meet our greatest aspirations: to educate, support and nurture every child who comes to school in the Beaverton School District.