LEGAL COUNSEL FOR OREGON HEALTH & SCIENCE UNIVERSITY (posted 10/2/2013)
Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) is currently recruiting for an attorney to provide advice and representation on labor law matters.
Serve as legal counsel responsible for grievances, arbitration and Employee Relations Board proceedings.
Provide counsel on compliance with federal and state labor laws, including drafting labor-related policies and procedures.
Partner with directors of Human Resources, Affirmative Action and Risk Management on the conduct of investigations and management of claims with labor law issues.
Provide counsel and assistance with general employment and student related issues, as needed.
J.D. from American Bar Association accredited law school.
Minimum of 5 years legal experience as a labor practitioner, including representing employers in grievances and other adjudicatory settings on labor issues. Experience in Oregon public sector preferred.
Strong knowledge base in labor and employment law; strong drafting skills; ability to work effectively with a wide range of individuals at different levels of the organization; ability to work efficiently with complex issues; strong oral and written communication skills; good judgment; ability to set priorities, work independently, drive processes and tolerate ambiguity; ability to handle a wide variety of tasks and responsibilities; ability to develop collaborative relationships and efforts, resolve conflicts and problem solve; ability to instill and build confidence among clients and colleagues.
Annual salary range: $135,000 - $165,000
1.0 FTE, Monday – Friday, Location: Marquam Hill Campus
To apply: Please submit resume to IRC40911 at OHSU’s Job Search webpage
OHSU is an affirmative action equal opportunity institution.
Associate Judge, Puyallup Tribe of Indians (posted 8/07/13)
The Puyallup Tribe of Indians is soliciting applications for employment of an Associate Judge for the Puyallup Tribal Court. This is a full-time, Tribal Council appointed, position for an initial term of three years. As an Associate Judge at the Puyallup Tribal Court, the judge will provide a full range of judicial services by hearing cases in the trial court regarding, but not limited to such issues as, criminal, civil, fishing, hunting, youth dependency, traffic, housing, gaming, and employment.
The statutory prerequisites for employment are: 1) must be a member of a federally recognized Indian tribe; 2) must be over the age of 28 years old; 3) must hold a Juris Doctorate degree and membership to a state bar; and 4) never have been convicted of an offense involving dishonesty or moral turpitude.
Salary for the Associate Judge position is based upon years of service as a judge with the Puyallup Tribe. Current starting annual salary is $138,673. In addition to salary, the Puyallup Tribe provides a very generous employee benefits package that includes medical/vision, dental, life insurance and retirement/ 401(k) plan.
Applications and a detailed job description are available at www.puyallup-tribe.com. Applications and inquiries regarding the Associate Judge position may be submitted or directed to Mr. Tim Reynon, HR Executive Director, Puyallup Tribe of Indians, Human Resources Department, 3009 E. Portland Ave., Tacoma, WA 98404; telephone: 253-573-7866; or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Puyallup Tribe is an urban, Pacific Northwest tribe located on southern end of the Puget Sound near the city of Tacoma, Washington.