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Arbitrator

Job Description:

This position facilitates the resolution of customer complaints (includes all vehicles and online transactions) after a sale and is responsible for the timely and successful arbitration of vehicles between buyer and seller in accordance with auction and NAAA policies. This position also requires organization and management of sale day activities including post sale inspections and sale day arbitrations.

Job Responsibilities:

Review customer complaints and mechanic reports about vehicle condition.

Inspect vehicle to determine extent of repairs, if any, and authorize second opinion, if necessary.

Advise customers of Auction policy and the complaint and arbitration process and facilitate the resolution/negotiation between the two parties.

Mediate dispute and negotiate repair and/or pricing of disputed vehicles in order to arrive at a mutually acceptable solution and in an effort to keep vehicles sold.

Have awareness of and resolve after-sale problems, such as issues with title, mileage, frame damage, etc.

Monitor and maintain accurate files for each arbitration case, and interact with Auction sales personnel regarding information on vehicle sales, etc.

Act as a liaison with federal and state authorities regarding odometer rollbacks, salvage vehicles, etc.

Promote the Auction and its services with customers to gain additional business including, but not limited to, post sale inspections.

Review customer claims to verify that they meet Manheim's National Arbitration policies and any account-specific guidelines; make/advise on financial decisions regarding arbitrations.

Interface with all departments involved in the complaint including the fact finding and investigative phases.

Screen and input all qualified vehicles for post-sale inspection.

Inform buyers and sellers on the process, cost, and timing for completion of all PSI or buyer claims.

Visibly demonstrate safety commitment by following all safety and health procedures and modeling the behaviors related to such. Actively participate in support of all safety activities aligned with Safety Excellence.

Perform other duties as assigned by management.

Qualifications:

High School Diploma or equivalent required.

Minimum of 3-5 years of automotive, mechanical or body shop experience with complaint recording and resolution preferred.

ASE certification, estimating preferred.

Valid Driver's License and safe driving record required.

Strong verbal and written communication and organization skills required.

Effective report writing and composition skills preferred.

Working knowledge of federal and state laws regarding arbitration of vehicles.

Regularly required to stand, walk, reach, talk and hear.

Frequently required to stoop, kneel, crouch, squat, and climb.

Ability to lift 1-20 pounds.

Vision abilities required include close, distance and color vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

Work Environment:

Occasional exposure to fumes, odors and weather conditions.


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Senior Analyst - International Arbitration Practice

About Compass Lexecon:

One of the world's leading economic consulting firms, Compass Lexecon provides law firms, corporations and government clients with clear analysis of complex issues. Our experience and expertise apply to virtually any question of economics, in virtually any context of the law or business. Our experts and staff are known for developing a thorough understanding of the issues that our clients face, relating those issues to relevant economic theory, supporting our analysis with solid and persuasive empirical evidence, and presenting our findings in an understandable manner.

About the Opportunity:

We are currently recruiting a Senior Analyst for our New York, NY office to join our International Arbitration practice.

Senior Analysts plan and perform rigorous qualitative and quantitative economic analysis, interacting closely with other analysts, PhD economists, and case supervisors. Responsibilities include all stages of project work, from conducting research on wide-ranging economic and valuation topics to analyzing data, financial modeling, and synthesizing conclusions with input into expert reports in newsworthy international arbitration proceedings. Analysts collaborate with team members in global practice offices, including Buenos Aires, New York, London, and Washington D.C., and are exposed to respected lawyers, investors, and Global 1000 companies in diverse industries. Compass Lexecon seeks candidates with strong academic records and excellent analytical skills for the Analyst position.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Identifying the range of sources of relevant information, both quantitative and qualitative, needed to address complex economic and financial issues specific to the case

  • Targeting information from identified public, proprietary, and/or case-specific sources

  • Interpreting information, demonstrating sound analytical judgment and critical thinking

  • Conveying first conclusions to economists and case supervisors, and contributing to the overall development of concepts for expert reports

  • Expanding the scope of research and analysis with the guidance of supervisors

  • Drafting compelling and dynamic presentations for potential or existing clients

  • Combining written and verbal arguments with effective visual presentation of data

  • Drafting memoranda summarizing market, industry, company, and economic information

  • Participating in client and team meetings and conference calls

  • Demonstrating awareness of broad research goals of the case, proactively communicating data, information, and inconsistencies to case managers and economists

  • Preparing experts for testimony, demonstrating knowledge of the case, main arguments of parties in dispute, and case strategy

Preferred Skills:

  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced office environment handling multiple tasks and demands

Strong attention to detail

  • Excellent time management skills

  • Ability to work independently with limited supervision

  • Ability to work within a collaborative team environment

  • Strong written communication skills

  • Knowledge of corporate finance and valuation

  • CFA Level 1 a plus

Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in Economics or Finance

  • Minimum two years of experience with quantitative and qualitative research and analysis in a professional setting

Position Classification: Non-Exempt

Compass Lexecon is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.


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Automotive Arbitration Administrator - Resolution Specialist

Description

This position is responsible for the timely and successful facilitation and resolution of customer claims (includes all vehicles and online transactions) after a sale and is responsible for the timely and successful arbitration of vehicles between buyer and seller in accordance with auction and NAAA policies. This position also requires organization and management of sale day activities including post sale inspections and sale day arbitrations.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Review customer complaints and mechanic reports about vehicle condition.

  • Inspect vehicle to determine extent of repairs, if any, and authorize second opinion, if necessary.

  • Advise customers of Auction policy and the complaint and arbitration process and facilitate the resolution/negotiation between the two parties.

  • Mediate dispute and negotiate repair and/or pricing of disputed vehicles in order to arrive at a mutually acceptable solution and in an effort to keep vehicles sold.

  • Have awareness of and resolve after-sale problems, such as issues with title, mileage, frame damage, etc.

  • Monitor and maintain accurate files for each arbitration case, and interact with Auction sales personnel regarding information on vehicle sales, etc.

  • Act as a liaison with federal and state authorities regarding odometer rollbacks, salvage vehicles, etc.

  • Promote the Auction and its services with customers to gain additional business including, but not limited to, post sale inspections.

  • Review customer claims to verify that they meet Manheim's National Arbitration policies and any account-specific guidelines; make/advise on financial decisions regarding arbitrations.

  • Interface with all departments involved in the complaint including the fact finding and investigative phases.

  • Screen and input all qualified vehicles for post-sale inspection. Inform buyers and sellers on the process, cost, and timing for completion of all PSI or buyer claims.

  • Visibly demonstrate safety commitment by following all safety and health procedures and modeling the behaviors related to such.

  • Actively participate in support of all safety activities aligned with Safety Excellence.

  • Perform other duties as assigned by management.

Qualifications

Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent required.

  • Minimum of 3-5 years of automotive, mechanical or body shop experience with complaint recording and resolution preferred.

  • ASE certification, estimating preferred.

  • Valid Driver's License and safe driving record required.

  • Strong verbal and written communication and organization skills required.

  • Effective report writing and composition skills preferred.

  • Working knowledge of federal and state laws regarding arbitration of vehicles.

  • Regularly required to stand, walk, reach, talk and hear.

  • Frequently required to stoop, kneel, crouch, squat, and climb.

  • Ability to lift 1-20 pounds.

  • Vision abilities required include close, distance and color vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

About Cox Automotive

Cox Automotive Inc. is transforming the way the world buys, sells and owns cars with industry-leading digital marketing, software, financial, wholesale and e-commerce solutions for consumers, dealers, manufacturers and the overall automotive ecosystem worldwide. Committed to open choice and dedicated to strong partnerships, the Cox Automotive family includes Autotrader®, Dealer dot com®, Dealertrack®, Kelley Blue Book®, Manheim®, NextGear Capital®, vAuto®, Xtime® and a host of other brands. The global company has 33,000 team members in more than 200 locations and is partner to more than 40,000 auto dealers, as well as most major automobile manufacturers, while engaging U.S. consumer car buyers with the most recognized media brands in the industry. Cox Automotive is a subsidiary of Cox Enterprises Inc., an Atlanta-based company with revenues of $18 billion and approximately 60,000 employees. Cox Enterprises' other major operating subsidiaries include Cox Communications and Cox Media Group. For more information about Cox Automotive, visit


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International Arbitration Attorney With 2-5 Years Of Litigation Experience

Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks international arbitration attorney with 2-5 years of litigation post-qualification experience. The candidate should have experience in dispute resolution and/or public or private international law.Skills: International Arbitration, litigation, dispute resolution, public or private international law, associate

While this innovative full-service firm has grown to almost significantly in one generation, they remain true to the principles of associate development and public service. This firm's heart, despite several national and international outposts, remains very much in DC. The firm's efforts here focuses on an international client base. Many DC partners have regulatory experience, and knowledge of international markets helps navigate this firm's practice. While growth is the name of the game outside of the Washington office, in DC, it is all about attracting the best work possible -- a goal they continue to strive towards and seem to be successful in achieving.
REFER to Job # B18B95486

Contact the following BCG Attorney Search office:

Washington
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Washington, D.C. 20006
Toll-Free (800) 298-6440
We'd love to speak to you about this position. Please call us Washington office at (800) 298-6440 to confidentially discuss this job. We want to help you!


Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks international arbitration attorney with 2-5 years of litigation post-qualification experience. The candidate should have experience in dispute resolution and/or public or private international law.Skills: International Arbitration, litigation, dispute resolution, public or private international law, associate

Related Keywords: Attorney, Associate, Solicitor, Lawyer, Juris Doctorate, Legal, Law, Litigation - International Arbitration

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Senior Analyst - International Arbitration Practice


About Compass Lexecon:
One of the world's leading economic consulting firms, Compass Lexecon provides law firms, corporations and government clients with clear analysis of complex issues. Our experience and expertise apply to virtually any question of economics, in virtually any context of the law or business. Our experts and staff are known for developing a thorough understanding of the issues that our clients face, relating those issues to relevant economic theory, supporting our analysis with solid and persuasive empirical evidence, and presenting our findings in an understandable manner.
About the Opportunity:

We are currently recruiting a Senior Analyst for our New York, NY office to join our International Arbitration practice.
Senior Analysts plan and perform rigorous qualitative and quantitative economic analysis, interacting closely with other analysts, PhD economists, and case supervisors. Responsibilities include all stages of project work, from conducting research on wide-ranging economic and valuation topics to analyzing data, financial modeling, and synthesizing conclusions with input into expert reports in newsworthy international arbitration proceedings. Analysts collaborate with team members in global practice offices, including Buenos Aires, New York, London, and Washington D.C., and are exposed to respected lawyers, investors, and Global 1000 companies in diverse industries. Compass Lexecon seeks candidates with strong academic records and excellent analytical skills for the Analyst position.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Identifying the range of sources of relevant information, both quantitative and qualitative, needed to address complex economic and financial issues specific to the case
  • Targeting information from identified public, proprietary, and/or case-specific sources
  • Interpreting information, demonstrating sound analytical judgment and critical thinking
  • Conveying first conclusions to economists and case supervisors, and contributing to the overall development of concepts for expert reports
  • Expanding the scope of research and analysis with the guidance of supervisors
  • Drafting compelling and dynamic presentations for potential or existing clients
  • Combining written and verbal arguments with effective visual presentation of data
  • Drafting memoranda summarizing market, industry, company, and economic information
  • Participating in client and team meetings and conference calls
  • Demonstrating awareness of broad research goals of the case, proactively communicating data, information, and inconsistencies to case managers and economists
  • Preparing experts for testimony, demonstrating knowledge of the case, main arguments of parties in dispute, and case strategy
Preferred Skills:
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced office environment handling multiple tasks and demands
    Strong attention to detail
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Ability to work independently with limited supervision
  • Ability to work within a collaborative team environment
  • Strong written communication skills
  • Knowledge of corporate finance and valuation
  • CFA Level 1 a plus

Basic Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree in Economics or Finance
  • Minimum two years of experience with quantitative and qualitative research and analysis in a professional setting
Position Classification: Non-Exempt
Compass Lexecon is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.

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Medical Charts & Arbitration Associate - NYC

Health Plus Management, LLC is the leading provider of practice management services for physicians specializing in the field of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Professionalism and employee dedication has been a key contribution to the tremendous growth of our company. We are currently seeking a professional individual to handle arbitration responsibilities of compiling patient documentation and medical bills and preparing them to be sent into arbitration. Chart preparation responsibilities include Preparing patient records for upcoming office visits , reviewing and identifying medical data needed for patient evaluation, requesting records from primary care providers, consulting with physicians for necessary chart data, scanning old paper charts or records after office visits/procedures when necessary

Duties and
Responsibilities:

Chart Preparation:

Create chart folders (includes adhering of all labels and hole punching)

Pull charts daily for patients who are scheduled.

Review charts to make sure all patient demographics information is complete and accurate.

Make sure that the date of service is stamped on the progress note.

Responsible for reviewing all charts prior to the doctor's appointment to ensure that all medical records are on file.

Pull patient files for scheduled appointments and/or walk-in patients as requested.

Prepare patient charts to include demographic information, previous x-rays, tests etc.

Obtain records from outside sources for review prior to the office visit

Collect all necessary paperwork and authorizations needed for billing.

Scan information to patient electronic record

Schedule and confirm appointments

Arbitration:

Review no fault treating arbitration aging reports for accounts to be prepped for arbitration;

Update missing lists and obtain information if site cannot

Enter hearing notices and decisions

Post and scan arbitration payments

Review appointment reports in Nextgen for patients last follow up to ensure that the patient has not been discharged or have ceased their treatment with the office.

Requirements

Spanish speaking, Multi-tasking, Flexibility, Telephone & Computer Skills, Customer Service, Time Management, Organization, Attention to Detail, Scheduling, Word Processing , Professionalism, Quality Focus.

Benefits

Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, EAP and Paid Time Off

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Assistant Commissioner Of Assessment, Box P12-1618/13500

Minimum QualificationsMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must have a Master’s Degree or higher and have relevant senior level leadership and management experience including a record of proven results and responsibility for a major complex office or institution of higher education, education or government including professional and educational experience related to large-scale K-12 student assessment. Duties DescriptionThe New York State Education Department’s Office of Educational Policy is seeking candidates to fill the position of Assistant Commissioner of Assessment. The Office of State Assessment is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive testing program for grade K-12 students that measures student progress on the New York State Learning Standards and for developing and implementing the new teacher certification examinations aligned to the New York State Teaching Standards and school leader examinations. Duties of this position will include, but are not limited to the following: * Direct the work of a Statewide operation including test development, test administration, psychometrics, data analysis & research, special populations testing, art and design, and teacher certification exams (approximately 80 employees); * Oversee all aspects of the development and administration of the assessments within the New York State Testing Program;

  • Oversee the development of the new teacher and school leader certification examinations;

  • Manage the development of proposals and procurements as relates to student assessment;

  • Oversee the development of policy and guidance to ensure New York State’s (NYS) compliance with federal and state laws and regulations;

  • Ensure that technical assistance related to assessment is provided to school districts, parents and other stakeholders in NYS; * Direct the alignment of policies and procedures for student assessment in NYS; * Manage the implementation of networks of technical assistance and professional development statewide to support schools, parents and educators;

  • Maintain ongoing dialogue with stakeholders for all issues related to student assessment in NYS and ensure timely and informative communication;

  • Ensure the appropriate membership and operation of the Commissioner’s Technical Advisory Committee for Assessment;

  • Work in collaboration with the Office of Counsel relative to all aspects of student assessment in NYS; * Represents NYS at national and regional conferences devoted to student assessment;

  • Work closely with internal NYSED offices, specifically with the Office of Curriculum and Instruction, to ensure a high quality assessment program; and

  • Work in collaboration with external stakeholders and advocacy groups in support of quality student assessment. Additional CommentsCONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: This position is in the exempt class and the incumbent will serve at the discretion of the Commissioner of Education. This position will be located in either Albany or New York City.

*Salary will be commensurate with Education and Experience. APPLICATION: Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until a candidate is appointed. Qualified candidates should send a resume and letter of interest by to p12jobs@nysed.gov (email submissions are preferred). You must include the Box number (P12-1618/13500) of the position in the subject line of your email to ensure receipt of your application. Some positions may require additional credentials or a background check to verify your identity.

Agency: Education Department, State Title: Assistant Commissioner of Assessment, Box P12-1618/13500 Occupational Category: No Preference Salary Grade: NS Bargaining Unit: PS&T; - Professional, Scientific, and Technical (PEF) Salary Range: From $0 to $0 Annually Employment Type: Full-Time Appointment Type: Permanent Jurisdictional Class: Exempt Class Travel Percentage: 0%


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Collections - Loan And Share Mediator

If you are ready to join a company that truly cares about its employees, our members, and our community then you have come to the right place! Overview of Your Role This role is responsible for the collection of delinquent loan accounts and related collection issues. Accountabilities and Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the collection of accounts assigned by department management, including member negative share balances, MasterCard accounts, consumer and small balance commercial loan accounts.

  • Responsible for the accurate maintenance of records that may be used in the collection of accounts + Acquire and preserve knowledge of state and federal laws as they pertain to bankruptcy + Acquire and preserve knowledge of state and federal laws as they pertain to foreclosure.

  • Make recommendations regarding repossessions, charge-offs, or further internal collection efforts to management + Experienced with Telephone Collection Practices Act and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act + Knowledgeable with the regulations surrounding the right of offset and freezing funds with regards SSI, SSD and Pension.

  • Retain state and federal laws with regard to repossessions + Well Informed with the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the CFPB as they pertain to collections + Familiar with rules as they apply to handling deceased members + Maintain a business relationship with outside collection attorneys, repossession agents, and other collection-related vendors to ensure accurate and timely service + Maintain collection figures and reports as specified by the department manager + Performance will be evaluated on the following criteria: call quality, excellent member service, efficiency, and specific goals set by management + Other duties as needed Credentials, Experience and Skills • Associate’s degree from accredited college or university and minimum of 2 years telephone collection or call center environment experience • Your ability to be bonded is required We are an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status, disability, genetic information, or any other protected class. SEFCU is committed to ensuring individuals with disabilities and/or those who have special needs participate in the workforce and are afforded equal opportunity to apply and compete for jobs. If you would like to contact us regarding the accessibility of our Website or need assistance completing the application process, please contact us at sefcuhr@sefcu.com. At SEFCU, our team of professionals is the backbone of achieving our mission each day. Our innovative culture has paved the way for past success and is essential to achieving our future goals. As we work to serve our communities, we rely on our collective talents to create the superior financial products and incomparable member service that are uniquely SEFCU. The following tenets are the heart and soul of our culture and central to how we do business: + Member Service – Providing extraordinary service with every interaction

  • Teamwork – Together we succeed through a spirit of mutual respect and collaboration

  • Continuous Improvement and Change – Encouraging and implementing ideas to enhance the member and employee experience, while embracing entrepreneurial and innovative thought + Fun and Wellness – A balance of mind, body and spirit leads to satisfaction, engagement and mutual success + Community Betterment – People helping people

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Mediator (Developmental)

Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service


3 vacancies in the following locations: * Hinsdale, IL * Minneapolis, MN * Independence, OH ##### Work Schedule is Full-Time - Permanent Opened Tuesday 1/3/2017 (5 day(s) ago)Closes Sunday 1/8/2017 (0 day(s) away) ## Job Overview


Summary About the Agency The Best Places to Work has ranked the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service in the Top Five for Small Agencies in the Federal Government


. The Best Places to Work rankings are an important tool for ensuring that employee satisfaction is a top priority for government managers and leaders. The Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service promotes the development of sound and stable labor management relationships; prevents or minimizes work stoppages by assisting labor and management to settle their disputes through mediation; advocates collective bargaining, mediation and voluntary arbitration as the preferred process for settling issues between employers and representatives of employees; develops the art, science and practice of conflict resolution; assists government agencies in the effective use of alternative dispute resolution through support, training, and the provision of neutrals; and fostering the establishment and maintenance of constructive processes to improve labor-management relationships, employment security and organizational effectiveness.


Duties As a Mediator


(Developmental) you will be responsible for promoting the development of sound and stable labor-management relationships by advocating the practice of collective bargaining, mediation and arbitration. You will also be responsible for fostering the establishment and maintenance of constructive joint processes to improve labor-management relationships and preventing or minimizing work stoppages through the use of mediation, relationship development training and other joint processes. Mediators also provide a wide range of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services to help government entities reduce litigation costs, including mediation of discrimination and other claims, workplace conflict management training, facilitation, systems design and negotiated rulemaking. Additional duties for the incumbent include: * The mediator is responsible for promoting and contributing to labor management peace through active participation in the collective bargaining process. As an impartial third party neutral, the mediator seeks to achieve agreement through a variety of means such as mediation of disputes; active involvement in various stages of the bargaining process; and relationship development training (RDT) programs, and Education, Advocacy & Outreach (EAO) efforts.

  • Assists in the mediation of labor management disputes in situations where a work stoppage is either not imminent, would be of limited or purely local effect or would, on the basis of history or experience, reasonably be expected to be resolved in a relatively short time with a minimum of controversy. May serve as a junior member of a panel of mediators. Performs any research necessary to understand the basic context of the dispute situation, the industry or field involved, the labor relations history of the parties, and all other pertinent facts or background information. Works with the individual parties in order to secure information necessary to understand the basic nature of the dispute, the issues involved, and the positions of the various parties. Based upon factual information, analysis of the overall situation and its seriousness and complexity, recommends actions or basic approach to be taken. Assists experienced mediators in conducting separate and/or joint conferences with the parties in order to assist them in reaching a mutually satisfactory and agreeable settlement. Conducts separate and/or joint conferences with the parties in order to assist them in reaching a mutually satisfactory and agreeable settlement.

  • Accompanies or assists more experienced mediators on selected RDT cases designed to help parties improve the overall day to-day labor management relations climate.

  • Encourages a greater public awareness and understanding of the agency and utilization of its services through the establishment of contacts with individuals, groups, organizations, etc., who have an interest in FMCS and its work. Explains the basic function of the Service, its role in the labor management relations process, its methods and procedures, and the general philosophy upon which it operates.

  • Responsible for making factual and timely reports of mediation, RDT, and public information activities in the format established by the Service.

  • Maintains a current knowledge and awareness of major developments in the field of labor management relations with particular emphasis upon those which have an immediate or potential effect upon the Service, its mission, or programs. This is particularly important in relation to those industries, occupations, or areas in which the Service has become recently involved by legislative mandate or where its involvement and case load is rapidly expanding.

  • Utilizes technology resources to accomplish the administrative functions of the position. As resources develop, utilizes new technologies and electronic communication platforms to creatively and efficiently accomplish work assignments. In the format established by the Service, mediators are responsible for making factual and timely reports regarding collective bargaining mediation, grievance mediation, relationship development training, alternative dispute resolution services and education, advocacy and outreach activities.

  • Participates in special projects designed to increase the mediator?s knowledge and exposure to the programs and training's offered by the Service.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Travel Required

  • 50% or Greater

  • You will be expected to travel for this position.

Relocation Authorized

  • No

Job Requirements


Key Requirements

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen

  • Suitable for Federal employment, determined by a background investigation

  • Males born after 12-31-59 must be registered for Selective Service

  • Selectee must meet/maintain suitability and security requirements

  • Selectee will be required to successfully complete a probationary period

  • Employment is contingent on 'Conditions of Employment' ### Qualifications In order to be found qualified for the GS-11 Developmental Mediator position with FMCS, a candidate must have at least two (2) years of full-time specialized experience demonstrating a substantive knowledge of labor-management relations, collective bargaining, grievance handling, conflict resolution and/or human resources management. This experience can be gained in a variety of ways, such as by: * Participating in the negotiation or mediation of labor agreements or assisting in the resolution of workplace conflict issues;

  • Being in an organizational position that involves identifying and solving problems related to workplace relations and conflict resolution, drawing conclusions and recommending appropriate courses of action;

  • Working as a representative of labor or management in a corporation, , company or labor organization;

  • Working for a Federal, state or local government entity in a capacity that involves dealing with labor relations, collective bargaining, human resources, workplace conflict resolution, and/or the interpretation or application of labor laws and regulations;

  • Teaching, training, making presentations, facilitating or leading groups on issues relating to labor relations, human resources, alternative dispute resolution, or conflict management. -OR-

Education: Undergraduate degree in Labor Relations, Industrial Relations, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Mediation, Conflict Management, Human Resources Development/Management, Organizational Studies/Management/Behavior, Employee Relations, Organizational Learning, Public Policy, etc. Undergraduate degree must be from an accredited college or university. Transcripts and references will be requested. -OR-

Combination of Education and Experience:

A combination of two (2) full years

of education leading to an undergraduate degree in a field listed above AND one (1) yearof full-time practical experience, internships, or other related specialized experience may be used to meet the qualification requirement. In addition to the qualifications listed above;

your resume should indicate (if applicable) your level of specialized experience to include: years of experience, breadth of responsibilities, complexity of bargaining matters, knowledge of contract language, familiarity with a broad scope of subjects, and knowledge of joint processes to improve labor-management relationships Part-time or unpaid experience: Credit will be given for appropriate unpaid work on the same basis as for paid experience. Part-time experience will be credited on the basis of time actually spent in appropriate activities. To receive credit for such experience you must indicate clearly the nature of the duties and responsibilities in each position held and the number of hours per week spent in such employment. Qualifications must be met by the Closing Date: You must meet all qualification and eligibility requirements by 11:59pm EST on the closing date of this announcement. Mediator positions with the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS) are in the Excepted Service, therefore, there is no formal rating system for applying veterans' preference to mediator appointments. FMCS, however, considers veterans' preference eligibility as a positive factor in the Mediator hiring process. If you are eligible for veterans' preference in hiring, you are encouraged to include that information in your application along with supporting documentation, e.g., SF-15, DD-214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, or other supporting documentation.


Security Clearance Q

  • Nonsensitive

Additional Information


What To Expect Next Once the online questionnaire is received


, you will receive an acknowledgement email that your submission was successful. Your resume and supporting documentation will be used to determine whether you meet the job qualifications listed on the announcement.? If you indicate you meet the job qualifications for the announcement but your resume and/or supporting documentation does not confirm your rating, you may be excluded from consideration for this job. Once?the review of the candidates has been completed, a list of qualified applicants will be referred to the hiring Regional Director for further consideration.?If your name is referred, you may be contacted?for a possible interview. To view the status of your application, log into your USAJOBS account, https://my.usajobs.gov/Account/Login, select the Application Status link and then select the More Information link for this position. The Details page will display the status of your application, the documentation received and processed, and any correspondence the agency has sent related to this application.


BENEFITS Review our benefits


Other Information


MEDIATOR CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: * Being assigned to a probationary (trial) period of up to two (2) years

  • Living within the commuting distance of

35 milesfrom the assigned FMCS Office location (as designated by the hiring Regional Director) * Possessing and maintaining a valid and current driver's license

  • Working a non-standard work schedule

  • Accepting duty station assignments as determined by FMCS and accepting subsequent reassignments made for the good of FMCS PROMOTION POTENTIAL TO GS-0241-14:A Developmental Mediator will serve for one year at the GS-241-11 level and one year at the GS-241-12 level. Upon successful completion of the 2-year program, a Developmental Mediator will be promoted to the position of GS-241-13 mediator in his/her current duty station and will be eligible to bid for any internal GS-241-13 posting. In accordance with FMCS policy, a mediator will serve a minimum of two years at the GS-13 level before being eligible for consideration for advancement to the GS-14 level.

AGENCY POLICIES:

Direct Deposit- Selectee is required to participate in the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service direct deposit of pay program.

Security Clearance- A security clearance is a requirement of this position. Failure to obtain and maintain the required level of clearance may result in the withdrawal of a position offer or removal. If you possess a security clearance, please indicate the level and termination date in your resume. GS-0241-11 Step 1 Locality Included: * Hinsdale, Illinois - $66,379.00 * Minneapolis, Minnesota - $64,218.00 * Independence, Ohio - $62,643.00 Salary Range: $52,329.00 to $68,025.00 / NOTE: GS-11 base salary, locality determined by duty station. The starting salary for non-Federal employees is GS-11 step 1. Series & Grade: GS-0241-11/11 Promotion Potential: 14 Supervisory Status: No Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Control Number: 461322400 Job Announcement Number: DE-10004215-17-TC


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Family Mediator

District of Columbia Courts * 1 vacancy

  • Washington DC, DC ##### Work Schedule is Permanent

  • Full-Time Opened Monday 3/27/2017 (11 day(s) ago)Closes Monday 4/17/2017 (10 day(s) away) ## Job Overview

Summary About the Agency This position is within the Multi


-Door Dispute Resolution Division of the District of Columbia Courts. The goal of the Multi-Door Dispute Resolution Division is to provide a collaborative environment in which parties can creatively address their needs and those of their children, and to assist in drafting and negotiating agreements to guide future relationships. The use of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in appropriate cases involving children and families will allow families to settle their disputes in a non adversarial manner that empowers the family to address its own needs. The incumbent should be an energetic, enthusiastic and engaged professional who enjoys working with a diverse group of Court personnel and customers and lives the DC Courts’ values of Accountability, Excellence, Fairness, Integrity, Respect, and Transparency.


Duties

  • Facilitates the resolution of disputes in domestic relations cases such as distribution of marital property, custody, visitation, child support, spousal support through the use of mediation.

  • Facilitates the resolution of issues in child protection cases through the use of mediation at both the pre-trial and permanency stages.

  • Conducts, coordinates and schedules mediation sessions.

  • Responds to questions from attorneys and parties in all cases as it relates to mediation.

  • Conducts presentations for judicial and non-judicial staff, as necessary.

  • Develops program-wide training on Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) for Multi Door Dispute Resolution Division staff and community mediators.

  • Drafts individualized mediated agreements for domestic relations cases for consideration by the court which addresses the issues in the case.

  • Provides monthly progress reports regarding the status of cases referred to mediation to the Branch Chief.

  • Makes timely and appropriate entries in the court's case management system (CourtView). Analyzes the accuracy of data; enters case data in the database to document mediation activity.

  • Records mediation events, enters notes in case file and closes the cases when completed.

Travel Required

  • Not Required

Relocation Authorized

  • No

Job Requirements


Key Requirements

  • A background and security investigation are required. * A probationary period of one (1) year must be successfully completed.

Qualifications


Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in social science or a related field and at least four (4) years of experience mediating domestic relations cases.

Education Substitution: Master's degree in social science or a related field and at least three (3) years of experience mediating domestic relations cases. Ph.D. in social science or a related field and at least two (2) years of experience mediating domestic relations cases. Experience includes mediation provided to families through court-based Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) programs, community mediation centers, government agencies, or private practice. Certification verifying at least 40 hours of mediation training and 20 hours of training specifically related to mediating domestic relations is required. Ten (10) hours of family property training desired. Documentation of education showing your mediation training must be submitted with your application or your application will not be considered. Please note that authorization for the release of your adult criminal record revealing any convictions and forfeitures, and any criminal cases currently pending before the courts are required. If you are selected for the position, a criminal history records check will be conducted. To qualify based on education, upload copy of your college transcript or degree. The transcript must show the name of the college or university, your name, list of courses with credit hours, major(s), and grade-point average or class ranking. Foreign Education: Education completed outside the United States must have been evaluated by a private U.S. organization that specializes in interpretation of foreign educational credentials, commonly called a credential evaluation service or education to meet the above requirements. To qualify for this position, you must submit the following: 1. Resume 2. Completed Vacancy Questionnaire 3. Documentation /Proof of Education (e.g. copy of college transcript or degree) 4. List of professional references 5. Proof of forty (40) hours basic mediation training 6. Proof of twenty (20) hours of advance mediation training in domestic relations mediation All required documentation must be received by the closing date of the announcement.


Security Clearance Other


Additional Information


What To Expect Next Once your completed application is received


, your qualifications will be evaluated to determine your rating. The qualified candidates will be referred to the hiring manager for further consideration and possible interview. If a writing test or other testing is required, qualified candidates will be notified of testing dates and times. All applicants will be notified of the final outcome.


BENEFITS Review our benefits In addition to the federal health plans


, the DC Courts offer employees supplemental vision and dental plans as well as commuter transit benefit subsidy, for a maximum of $150 a month. There are 26 pay periods in the year.


Other Information This job is being filled by an alternative hiring process and is not in the competitive Federal civil service


. Please note there is a mandatory one year probationary period for all non-judicial new employees. All required information must be received by the vacancy announcement closing date.

Salary Range: $79,720.00 to $103,639.00 / Per Year Series & Grade: JS-0986-12/12 Promotion Potential: 12 Supervisory Status: No Who May Apply: United States Citizens or individuals lawfully admitted for permanent residency or authorized by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service to work in the United States.

Control Number: 466591200 Job Announcement Number: MDDR-2017-0006


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