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16 Apr 2018

Full-Time Organiser

E TU INC –  Wellington City, Wellington

Job Description

E tū is New Zealand’s largest private-sector union. We represent working people
employed across 8 broad industries.

We currently have a vacancy for a Union Organiser based in the Wellington area.

This very rewarding role involves working alongside E tū union members to organise and advocate for a better, fairer experience at work and in society.

An E tū Union Organiser is responsible for developing workplace leaders, representing members’ issues and aspirations and working with union members to negotiate their Collective Agreements.

This role requires a person with strong social justice principles, energy and the confidence to advocate on behalf of members.

Previous experience as a union delegate/organiser or advocate in another campaigning organisation is an advantage, as is experience working with migrant communities. Training will be provided.

Applicants must be self-motivated, able to work independently within a dynamic team and have a strong commitment to working people and the union movement.

A current full NZ driver’s licence, some computer literacy and good verbal and written communication skills are required.

For further information about E tū please visit our website www.etu.nz

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How to Apply

Please send your CV along with a covering letter by 5 pm on 27 April 2018 to:
Lorraine Cunningham E-mail: [email protected]

Job Categories: Trade (other). Job Types: Full-Time. Salaries: 60,000 - 80,000. Job expires in 8 days.

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