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Labor Relations Negotiator

Serrano Search - Remote, United States

The Labor Relations Negotiator acts as the chief/lead negotiator for collective bargaining negotiations; assists in maintaining satisfactory labor-management relations; interprets collective bargaining agreements; assists in grievance procedures; and assists/advises all operational levels on labor matters.


• Assists national company chief spokesperson in labor negotiations and/or serves as chief spokesperson in collective bargaining negotiations.

• Advises operational staff on labor and employee relations issues and strategies.

• Provides direction and guidance to operational staff on collective bargaining agreements.

• Conducts research, analysis and development of labor relation contract proposals and settlements

• Recommends to the national company chief spokesperson economic guidelines for settlements of negotiations.

• Develops and manages negotiating positions and strategies.

• Monitors trends in the company and nationally on labor issues.

• Coordinates and monitors union-free activities and strike preparedness planning.

• Prepares and presents required and special reports.

• Maintain labor relations database to include CBAs.

• May direct development and implementation of labor and employee relations training.

• May act as a liaison with federal mediation officials.

• May provide direction to respective staff engaged in investigations, corrective actions, and employee applicant grievances.

• Adheres to all company policies and procedures.


2+ years experience as chief/lead negotiator for multiple CBAs (the Labor team supports over 77 CBAs across the U.S.)

• 2+ years experience juggling multiple CBA negotiations at one time (10 to 14 CBA negotiations at once)

• 2+ years experience managing all things Labor Relations, i.e. advising management, contract negotiations, contract interpretation, advising on grievances, etc.

• Experience managing a heavy travel schedule (80% travel)

* The ideal candidate will have experience managing the labor relations function for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) provider(s)


• Four-year degree preferred. Relevant work experience may be substituted for formal education.


Posted On: Thursday, August 31, 2023
Compensation: $155,000 - $165,000

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