The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is comprised of a team of professionals who work to assure fair labor practices and workplace democracy nationwide. Since its creation by Congress in 1935, this small, highly respected, independent Federal agency has had daily impact on the way America's companies, industries and unions conduct business.
The NLRB seeks astute, dedicated professionals in a variety of disciplines to carry out its mission nationwide. Use the information on the linked pages below to find out how you can be part of our team.
The NLRB fills a variety of administrative professional staff positions using competitive procedures. To view other opportunities currently available at the NLRB, please view our vacancy announcements on USAJobs.gov.
Our exceptional team at the NLRB is key to fulfilling our important mission. We take pride in offering employees highly competitive compensation, a generous benefits program and extensive career development opportunities.
Training and career development is a top priority at the NLRB. You will have access to a wide range of learning opportunities, including NLRB conferences, external seminars, and individual training. You'll also have access to new distance learning methods, including training via videoconferencing and the Internet. Our goal is to provide you with all the tools necessary to optimize your career.
The NLRB Honors, Pathways and Student Volunteer Program is a nationwide training program for students and non-student participants working in various Headquarters and Field Offices as well as participating locations in the Division of Judges. These programs supplement training for new hires, both legal and non-legal, and all NLRB employees throughout the Agency to educate everyone about the Agency and its various offices. The goal of the program is to provide the participants with an understanding as to how the Agency functions, that will help them be informed practitioners if they practice before the Board or if they are involved in labor related issues.
For additional information on each program, please click on the links below: