Job Code Pay Scale Group Pay Scale Type Bargaining Unit Civil Service or Non-Civil Service Last Executive Board Change Executive Board Change History
09230 05 ST A1 C 624-25 07/19/1999
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07/19/1999 09230


DEFINITION: This is specialized work which entails conducting Representation elections under the jurisdiction of the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board.

An employee in this class performs work involved in conducting secret ballot elections for the selection of a collective bargaining representative. Work involves determining results, and preparing a complete report of the conduct and results of an election. Work includes numerous contacts with private and public employers or their representatives, and labor union representatives and officials. Work is performed independently, but guidelines are available in agency policies and regulations. Work is reviewed by an administrative superior through reports and conferences.

EXAMPLES OF WORK: Conducts secret ballot representation elections for the selection of an exclusive bargaining agent.

Participates in the preparation of election materials and the posting and dissemination of information pertinent to the conduct of the representation elections.

Meets and confers with private and public employers or their representatives, labor union officials and legal counsel for employers and labor unions, regarding the election procedures.

Prepares and maintains pertinent labor relations information on official forms and records.

Performs various administrative duties in the Board's offices.

Disseminates information regarding the provision of the Pennsylvania Labor relations Act, the Public Employee Relations Act and Act 111 of 1968, to labor, management, and the public.

Performs related work as required.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of state laws pertaining to collective bargaining practices and requirements.

Knowledge of the functions and procedures of the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board.

Knowledge of industrial and labor conditions throughout the state.

Ability to conduct representation elections in an impartial manner.

Ability to prepare official forms and reports.

Ability to express ideas clearly and concisely, orally and in writing.

Ability to travel throughout the Commonwealth and work varied hours.



Four years of public or private sector labor relations work.


An equivalent combination of experience or training.