Supervisory General Attorney (Labor)
Job Posted: 26 June 2020
Company: National Labor Relations Board
Closing Date: 10 July 2020
Location: Washington, DC


Service: Excepted

Salary: $142,701 to $170,800 Per Year


This position is in the Contempt, Compliance, and Special Litigation Branch, which conducts litigation in the federal appellate, district, and bankruptcy courts. This Branch aims to secure effective enforcement of the NLRA and compliance with the Board's orders through contempt litigation, subpoena enforcement, and proceedings under various appropriate federal statutes. This Branch also represents the Agency in all suits not statutorily based on Sections 10(e) and (f) of the NLRA.


  • Supervising and reviewing the work of subordinate attorneys;
  • Assisting the Assistant General Counsel and the Deputy Assistant General Counsel in planning, organizing, and conducting all aspects of the Branch's cases;
  • Making recommendations to the General Counsel and Board, supervising pleadings and other documents; and
  • Performing special assignments that may involve last-minute rewrite of briefs or other documents because of unforeseen developments, legal research on novel issues, or preparation of special memoranda.

For more information and to apply; please visit:, Announcement number: NL20EX10845185CF & NL20IX10845546CF

Information regarding the positions and application process can be found on USAJobs. Questions concerning the application process should be addressed to Human Resource Specialist Carmelete Fortune at (202) 273-0054 or by email at [email protected]. Additional information regarding the National Labor Relations Board can be found on the Agency’s website at

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