Labor, Department of
Bachelor’s degree and six years of experience developing and maintaining effective working relationships with employers, employer associations, labor organizations, government agencies or other groups concerned with the program.
Such experience must involve one or more of the following areas: auditing, payroll administration, or administration of collective bargaining agreements. Three years of this experience must have been at a supervisory level; or one year at a managerial level. A master’s degree in industrial and labor relations, public administration, accounting, or business administration may substitute for one year of the specialized experience. A J.D. may substitute for one year of the specialized experience.
Experience in creating and piloting organizational infrastructure
Experience in leading large teams in multiple locations on day-to-day operations
Accustomed to a fast-paced environment with fluctuating levels of demands
Ability to initiate and maintain relationships across a diverse set of stakeholders
Under the general direction of the Director of Public Work, the Deputy Director assists in planning, directing, and administering the programs and activities of the Bureau of Public Work.
Specific duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following:
Plans, directs, monitors, and evaluates all facets of Bureau activities
Assists in the development and implementation of procedures, standards, and controls for effective operation of the Division of Public Work.
Assists the Director in the establishment, evaluation, and necessary revision of policies, programs, and operations
Provides direct supervision of the Bureau’s Regional offices
Assists the Director in meeting with Department executives, and external stakeholders
Reviews and recommends Bureau policies to the Director, to ensure prevailing wage rates and supplements are paid to workers
Interprets policy affecting the Bureau and staff
Resolves issues on complex administrative matters for the Bureau
Assists in staffing plans, setting goals for regional offices, and overall administrative management
Ensures the Bureau recruits, develops, and maintains necessary qualified staff to achieve its goals and objectives
To be considered for this position, a review of your state history is needed. Please provide the last four digits of your social security number in your email response or on your resume. If you are not comfortable providing this information in your response, a representative from our office will contact you via phone.
Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Department of Labor is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Department of Labor is committed to ensuring equal opportunity for persons with disabilities and workplace diversity.