Under the direction of the Chief Administrative Law Judge, incumbent presides over quasi-judicial representation and unfair practice hearings, conducts settlement conferences and renders proposed decisions.
The Administrative Law Judge presides over complex quasi-judicial unfair practice hearings concerning charges filed against employers and/or employee organizations and settlement conferences and pre-hearing conferences under the Educational Employment Relations Act; the Ralph C. Dills Act, the Higher Educational Employer/Employee Relations Act, the Meyers-Milias-Brown, Transit Employer-Employee Relations Act, Trial Court Employment Protection and Governance Act, Trial Court Interpreter Employment and Labor Relations Act, and the Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District Act.
In addition to evaluating each candidate's relative ability, as demonstrated by quality and breadth of experience, the following factors will provide the basis for competitively evaluating each candidate:
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Dependability and excellent attendance record.
- Excellent interpersonal skills.
- Excellent active listening skills.
- Requires the ability to effectively handle stress and deadlines.
- Ability to demonstrate tact, judicial temperament, and maintains professionalism and a neat personal appearance.
- Experience with computers, Word and Windows software.
- Ability to maintain mutually respectful relationships with support staff to ensure efficient calendaring of matters as well as completion of correspondence and proposed decisions on a timely basis.
- Ability to conduct self in all dealings, personal and professional, in a manner compliant with the Administrative Adjudication Code of Ethics Government Code Section 11475 et.seq.
- Willingness and ability to travel to offsite locations to conduct hearings.
- Ability to lift and transport supplies and materials weighing up to 30 lbs.
The Public Employment Relations Board is a quasi-judicial administrative agency charged with administering the collective bargaining statutes covering employees of California's public schools, colleges, and universities, employees of the State of California, employees of California local public agencies (cities, counties and special districts), trial court employees and supervisory employees of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. All PERB employees are all categorized as excluded (nonunion members).
The State of California has a generous benefits package that includes medical coverage, CalPERS pension upon retirement, two paid Professional Development Days, one paid Personal Holiday, pre-tax parking fee program, monthly $65 transportation voucher, and a bicycle commuter program.
PERB's culture centers on purpose and values, we recognize and reward high performance, yet value a healthy work/life balance.
Department Website: www.perb.ca.gov
California Civil Service list eligibility is required. Please visit the link below and follow the instructions on how to obtain eligibility via online examination.
Once you've established eligibility, apply for the positions with the Public Employment Relations Board at: