Description of Duties/Essential Functions Benefits Supplemental Questions Under administrative direction of the Labor Relations Counsel, performs technical and legal work in the areas of labor agreements and arbitration as a representative of the Department; represents the State in arbitration hearings and before the Illinois Labor Relations Board; reviews resolutions, disciplinary actions and recommends approval or denial; writes memoranda of law and legal opinions; researches issues pertaining to Labor Relations; represents the Department regarding union petitions of classifications into the Bargaining Unit; and performs a variety of special projects as assigned. Travels to various locations in the performance of duties.
Minimum Requirements: Requires knowledge, skill and mental development equivalentto completion of four years of
college, preferably with courses in business or public administration. Requires prior experience
equivalent to three years of progressively responsible administrative experience in a public or
business organization. Requires graduation from a recognized law school. Requires the possession of a license to practice law in Illinois. Must be knowledgeable of union contracts, agency policies and Personnel Rules. Requires a valid Illinois Driver's license and the ability to
travel, including overnight stays.