The United Workers Union is seeking a highly motivated Organiser in Adelaide, SA
Candidates with experience in union or related organising and campaigning will be highly regarded.
About United Workers’ Union
United Workers’ Union is a powerful member-led union whose sole purpose is to serve the collective interests of members in workplaces and communities by winning significant and long lasting gains.
The Union is driving change by growing union membership, developing leadership amongst our members, encouraging active member participation in the union, building and enforcing standards in our sectors, and campaigning both politically and in the community.
As a union with a proudly diverse membership, we are committed to equity and inclusion; and continuing to build a union that is truly representative of the workers we cover. We strive to ensure that every member’s voice can be heard and create opportunities for participation from members with diverse backgrounds in all activities/functions of the Union. We encourage applications from people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds and people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
The United Workers Union is proudly affiliated with the Australian Labor Party.
- Build active and sustainable organising structures that contribute to achieving the Objects of the Union.
- Create and work to organising plans ensuring membership growth; member leadership and participation; and winning industry power.
- Assess and support the development of delegates and members
- Provide required reporting on all matters related to the implementation and operation of organising/campaign plans.
- Ensure that the Union’s values of equity, diversity and inclusion are upheld and promoted.
Key Selection Criteria
An Organiser demonstrates:
- A passion and drive to improve workers’ lives and achieving the goals of the Union.
- Experience in union or related organising and campaigning;
- Good communication, messaging and rapport building skills;
- An ability to develop members, including motivating and educating others;
- An ability to participate in the unions political and social justice agenda;
- An ability to plan and organise work and achieve outcomes;
To perform this job you will also be required to have or obtain and maintain:
- A valid driver’s licence; and
- Right of Entry Permits
An attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful applicant, which will include:
- Salary commensurate with demonstrated skills and experience;
- A motor vehicle or motor vehicle allowance;
- 16% superannuation
- 6 weeks annual leave with an additional 25% leave loading
Please send your resume, together with a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria to Julie Korlevska, Deputy Director (People, Culture and Change) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information about the role, please contact Julie on (02) 8204 726
Completed applications must be received by COB, Monday, 24 February 2020.Apply online