Labor and Industry Review Commission 
Attorney 
Job Announcement Code: 1803525


County(ies):
Dane
Classification Title(s)/JAC:
  Job Working Title(s): 
ATTORNEY - 1803525
  Attorney
Type of Employment:
Full Time (40 hrs/week)
Salary:
Starting salary will be between $51,251-$87,547 annually depending on qualifications, plus benefits. This classification is assigned to pay schedule/range 09-75. A one-year probation will be required.
Contact:
Lisa Dally, Human Resources Program Officer, 608-261-8078, Lisa.Dally@wisconsin.gov
Bargaining Unit:
Legal 09
Area of Competition:
Open
Deadline to Apply:
12/21/2018


The Labor and Industry Review Commission (LIRC) is an independent Wisconsin administrative agency established to provide a fair and impartial review of the employment law decisions of administrative law judges in cases involving Unemployment Insurance (UI), Worker's Compensation (WC), and Equal Rights (ER).

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Position Summary:   The staff attorney performs review of cases petitioned and/or appealed to the Commission for review. The staff attorney is responsible for providing analysis, verification of evidence, making recommendations to the Commission, and drafting decisions for consideration by the Commission.  To view the complete position description, please click here

Special Notes:   A background check will be required. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States, and to complete the required employment eligibility form upon hire.

Qualifications:   In addition to a valid license to practice law in the state of Wisconsin, qualified applicants will have experience regarding worker’s compensation, equal rights, or unemployment insurance with legal representation through pleadings, motions, briefs (and other legal documents) and oral arguments as necessary for Circuit, Appeals, and Supreme Court. Well qualified applicants will also have experience with equal rights and unemployment compensation representation.

How To Apply:   

To be considered for this position, you will need to create an account and apply online. You must apply online to be considered for this position. Application materials will not be accepted if received in an e-mail, as a hard copy, or a fax. If you are unable to complete the materials due to a disability or a system problem, please contact Lisa Dally at (608) 261-8078 or via email at: Lisa.Dally@wisconsin.gov.

You will be required to upload a current resume and to respond to areas regarding your work experience and training related to this position. Your responses and resume will be screening by a panel of subject matter experts to determine the eligibility for this vacancy. A response of "see resume" may not be submitted in lieu of responding to the assessment areas. Online applications that do not include all of the requested materials will not be considered. 

Applicants eligible to apply for permissive consideration (transfer, demotion, reinstatement) to positions assigned to the pay schedule/range 09-75 must apply online through the formal application process to be considered.

DOA is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer seeking a diverse and talented workforce.  If you are a veteran with a 30% or greater service related disability, please send a cover letter, resume, DD-214 (honorable discharge), and documentation of your service-connected disability rating (dated within 12 months) to Lisa Dally at 608-261-8078 or Lisa.Dally@wisconsin.gov.