The next Labor Relations Manager of Alameda County will have the opportunity to lead labor relations in a very mature labor-management environment with an organization that is fiscally sound and supportive of collective bargaining. Alameda County is ideally located a short distance from San Francisco and both the Silicon and Napa Valleys. An interesting professional challenge and a desirable location await the selected candidate. Alameda County employees are represented by 34 bargaining units, with 22 Memoranda of Understanding, and the largest unit is the Service Employees International Union. The Labor Relations Manager reports to the Director of Human Resource Services, and is responsible for administering, coordinating, and managing the operations of the County-wide labor relations programs and activities. Requires a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a related field and five years of recent increasingly responsible professional experience in labor relations activities including at-the-table negotiations. Two years must include supervising professional level staff. This position will receive an annual salary of $133,348-$163,696, and up to an additional 10% of base salary ($146,681-$180,065) when assigned overall responsibility for the Human Resource Services HR Trainee Program and provides technical HR oversight for one or more County Departments/Agencies.