Mr Philip J. Hyjek
Professional Work History:
Alternative Dispute Resolutions of Vermont, LLC, Middlesex, Vermont. July 1, 2007 - Present. INTECH, LLC, Middlesex, Vermont. January 1, 2005 - Present. Director, Technology Initiatives, The Vermont Institutes, Montpelier, Vermont. September 1, 2002 ? June 30, 2007. School Information Technology Specialist, Vermont Institute for Science, Math and Technology, Montpelier, Vermont. July1, 1997 ? August, 2002). Superintendent of Schools/Project Director, The Transitional Leadership Compact: University of Vermont / Washington Central Supervisory Union, Berlin, Vermont. July 1, 1996- June 30, 1997. Consultant, Educational Leadership Associates (July, 1994 ? December, 2001) Private-practice consultancy to school districts regarding organizational development, labor relations, facilities, leadership development, and strategic planning. Superintendent of Schools, Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union, Bennington, Vermont. August, 1988 to June, 1994. Assistant Superintendent, Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union, Bennington, Vermont. July, 1986 to August, 1988. Coordinator, Southwest Vermont Adult Basic Education, Rutland, Vermont. December, 1980 to June, 1986.
Dispute Resolution Experience
During the course of thirty plus years working in the public sector, Phil Hyjek has experienced labor issues from ?both sides of the table?. He has had direct involvement with: Grievances Contract negotiations Mediation Arbitration Fact-finding Strike management Investigation of allegations of abuse, misconduct, harassment and civil rights violations. Phil has consulted, taught and presented on leadership, governance, and organizational development. He also facilitates the development of enterprise level online applications, acting as an intermediary between clients and developers.
Other Dispute Resolution Training
Advanced Certificate in Workplace Alternative Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management, October 2007 Certificate in Workplace Alternative Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management, June 2007, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University, New York, NY. ADR Courses: Designing Effective Dispute Resolution Systems for the Workplace. Employment Law Mediator Training. Mediating Interpersonal Disputes in the Workplace. Negotiations Strategies and Tactics in ADR Mediating in the Federal Sector. Employment Law Arbitrator Training. Evidence in Arbitration. Arbitration Award Writing. Ethics In ADR.
Association for Conflict Resolution
Certificate of Advanced Study, Administration and Planning, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT. (1985) Master of Education, Teacher Education, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT. (1979) Bachelor of Arts, Theater (major), English and Philosophy (minors), University of Vermont, Burlington, VT. (1974)
$800.00/day plus expenses.