This position is located in Denver, CO. United States Mint. If you are a subject matter expert in Employee Relations, enjoy contributing to the productivity, motivation, morale and discipline of an organization, then we need you. We are looking for an experienced Employee Relations Specialist to oversee and run the Employee Relations Program and to also serve as a back-up for our current Labor Relations Specialist. You will assist supervisors with improving individual performance, efficiently and appropriately. Assignments involve a variety of realms, including adverse correction actions, employee-assistance programs, performance management, incentive award, and case-law research to resolve disputes. If you value Respect, Service, Quality, and Integrity, this position is for you. We are located in the Human Resources Division at the US Mint in Denver. Make money at the Denver Mint!
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As a Human Resources Specialist (Employee and Labor Relations), you will:
-Provide expert-level advice in the area of Employee Relations, providing senior level advice in the areas of conduct, performance, attendance, dispute resolution, and labor management relations.
-Provide advice and guidance to supervisors regarding methods to enhance employee performance efficiently and appropriately, while strictly respecting client confidentiality.
-Address conduct problems and work performance, assisting supervisors in correcting individual instances of work deficiencies, and promoting individual performance by subordinates.
-Advise the administration on formal performance rating processes, and employee recognition plans.
-Serve as the policy-level specialist, developing, and coordinating Employee and Labor Relations directives and disciplinary documents
-Serve as a management resource, spokesperson, strategist, and practitioner for Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) proceedings.
-Serve as a resource for Labor-Management Relations issues affecting management at the field facility.
-Provide Labor Relations guidance to management during arbitration proceedings, and collective-bargaining sessions with labor unions for the field facility.
-May serve as the Agency representative in the absence of General Counsel for arbitrations.
-Research pertinent laws, regulations, and case law to provide context and resolve disputes.
-Develop theories of defense strategy based upon professional judgment and consultations with supervisor.
Occasional travel - 1 to 5 nights per month possibly.