TO APPLY: http://tinyurl.com/a9eryxmMake a difference! The Department of Executive Services is looking for an experienced Alternative Dispute Resolution Mediator professional to join our fast-paced, dynamic team. This position is responsible for providing mediation, facilitation and other dispute resolution services for individuals and groups in King County as well as the inter-agency dispute resolution services through the Inter-Local Conflict…See More
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Make a difference! The Department of Executive Services is looking for an experienced Alternative Dispute Resolution Mediator professional to join our fast-paced, dynamic team. This position is responsible for providing mediation, facilitation and other dispute resolution services for individuals and groups in King County as well as the inter-agency dispute resolution services through the Inter-Local Conflict Resolution Group (ILCRG).
The King County ADR Program Services include facilitating collective bargaining and grievance discussions; chartering and facilitating labor-management committees and project labor agreements; training in negotiations, conflict resolution; mediating and facilitating complex multi-jurisdictional and land use cases involving King County; and citizen/County mediation. The ADR Program is dedicated to creating new products that support the responsible stewardship of County resources by reducing the cost of conflict for King County employees, government, the tax payers, and our regional partners.
The ILCRG is a unique, regional program created jointly by the King County Executive and the King County Labor Council in 1998 to provide third party neutral services to resolve conflict. The ICLRG is a leader in regional governance, partnering with over 70 member cities, counties, and other public entities and over 30 unions to provide mediation services.
Our ideal candidate will have experience negotiating skillfully in tough situations in a fair and diplomatic manner. A highly competent mediator, he or she will passionately pursue the program's goals with energy and drive.
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