Careers at OEA

Assistant General Counsel/Director of Member Legal Services

[Click here for the full posting] The Ohio Education Association (OEA) is seeking an Assistant General Counsel/Director of Member Legal Services to support the General Counsel by providing effective advice on Association strategies and their implementation, helps manage the legal function, and assists in obtaining and overseeing the work of outside counsel. This position also serves as Director of Member Legal Services and oversees the day-to-day workflow of the Association’s Member Legal Services Programs and Legal Services Department. The Assistant General Counsel assists with the Association’s strategic and tactical legal initiatives and provides advice to the Association, its affiliates, and its membership in legal matters, including both private and public sector labor law matters. This position is based in Columbus, Ohio.

Administrative Secretary – Findlay

[Click here for the full posting] The Ohio Education Association (OEA) is seeking an Administrative Secretary. This position performs clerical and administrative functions in support of OEA’s strategic priorities. Responsibilities include processing invoices for payment; maintains office supplies and acts as liaison with vendors; completes forms in accordance with OEA procedures, operates in a collaborative team environment; and, attends staff meetings and trainings. This position is based in Findlay, Ohio.

Administrative Secretary – Westerville

[Click here for the full posting] The Ohio Education Association (OEA) is seeking an Administrative Secretary. This position performs clerical and administrative functions in support of OEA’s strategic priorities. Responsibilities include processing invoices for payment; maintains office supplies and acts as liaison with vendors; completes forms in accordance with OEA procedures, operates in a collaborative team environment; and, attends staff meetings and trainings. This position is based in Westerville, Ohio.


Benefits Overview and Application Information

Bargaining unit positions offer outstanding benefits to employees and eligible family members, including health, dental and vision insurance; retirement plan and 401(k); paid vacation and sick leave, and paid holidays. OEA provides liberal training and professional development opportunities and a year-long mentoring program for new employees. Interested candidates should e-mail a cover letter and resume to hr@ohea.org or send by mail to: OEA, Attn: HR, P. O. Box 2550, Columbus, OH 43216. Some positions require additional steps such as sharing a portfolio demonstrating individual experience with each of the competencies outlined in the full posting(s).

The OEA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

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Page Updated February 7, 2020

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