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Facilitate negotiation and conflict resolution through dialogue. Resolve conflicts outside of the court system by mutual consent of parties involved.
- The SOC (Standard Occupational Classification) code is 23-1022.00
- The Mean Annual Wage in the U.S. is $ 72,730.00
- The Mean Hourly Wage is $ 34.00
- Currently, there are 6,300 people on this job
☝️ Information based on the reference occupation “Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators”.
Also Known As…
- Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators
- Public Employment Mediator
- Labor Arbitrator
- Federal Mediator
- Family Mediator
- Alternative Dispute Resolution Mediator (ADR Mediator)
- Alternative Dispute Resolution Coordinator (ADR Coordinator)
- Workers' Compensation Mediator
- Service Coordinator
- Public Policy Mediator
- Public Policy Manager
- Public Policy Coordinator
- Public Policy Associate
- Mediation Commissioner
- Legal Mediator
- Labor Mediator
- Labor Arbitrator, Hearing Office
- Hostage Negotiator
- Federal Mediation Commissioner
- Environmental Conflict Manager
- Divorce Mediator
- Dispute Resolution Specialist
- Dispute Coordinator
- Death Clearance Coordinator
- Court Commissioner
- Contracts Specialist
- Contract Negotiator
- Conflict Resolution Professional
- Arbitrator, Mediator and Hearing Officer
- Adjuster Arbitrator
Tasks for “Certified Family Mediator”
- Organize or deliver public presentations about mediation to organizations such as community agencies or schools.
- Determine extent of liability according to evidence, laws, or administrative or judicial precedents.
- Conduct hearings to obtain information or evidence relative to disposition of claims.
- Recommend acceptance or rejection of compromise settlement offers.
- Evaluate information from documents such as claim applications, birth or death certificates, or physician or employer records.
- Interview claimants, agents, or witnesses to obtain information about disputed issues.
- Rule on exceptions, motions, or admissibility of evidence.
- Prepare written opinions or decisions regarding cases.
- Conduct initial meetings with disputants to outline the arbitration process, settle procedural matters such as fees, or determine details such as witness numbers or time requirements.
- Research laws, regulations, policies, or precedent decisions to prepare for hearings.
- Participate in court proceedings.
- Issue subpoenas or administer oaths to prepare for formal hearings.
- Set up appointments for parties to meet for mediation.
- Specialize in the negotiation and resolution of environmental conflicts involving issues such as natural resource allocation or regional development planning.
- Use mediation techniques to facilitate communication between disputants, to further parties' understanding of different perspectives, and to guide parties toward mutual agreement.
- Confer with disputants to clarify issues, identify underlying concerns, and develop an understanding of their respective needs and interests.
- Apply relevant laws, regulations, policies, or precedents to reach conclusions.
- Conduct studies of appeals procedures to ensure adherence to legal requirements or to facilitate disposition of cases.
- Prepare settlement agreements for disputants to sign.
- Authorize payment of valid claims.
Related Technology & Tools
- Personal computers
- Photocopying equipment
- Computer data input scanners
- Notebook computers
- Desktop computers
- Laser facsimile machines
- Multi-line telephone systems
- Microsoft Word
- Microsoft Outlook
- Scheduling software
- Microsoft Excel
- Microsoft Office
- Microsoft PowerPoint
- Web browser software
- Microsoft Access