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SEIU Local 668

SEIU Local 668


Internal Organizer Business Agent

For covering Northcentral PA

 

Position Definition
This is a professional position servicing Local and State Unit Shops in Northcentral Pennsylvania. The Internal Organizer Business Agent is a front-line leader- representative of the union in the Union’s relationship with its members, stewards, officers, other unions, employers and outside entities. This position reports directly to the President and/or Staff Director.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Negotiations – The Internal Organizer Business Agent serves as the chief negotiator for shops in the private and public sector. Must have knowledge of applicable bargaining laws, and an understanding of normal practices. Conducts contract surveys and develops budgets for each contract. Possess the skills to analyze situations, synthesize information and determine the appropriate bargaining strategies and tactics.
  • Contract Administration and Enforcement – The Internal Organizer Business Agent is responsible for contract administration and enforcement. These include assisting stewards and members with grievances where violations of the contract are alleged.
  • Internal Organizing – Organizing the organized is a fundamental responsibility. The Internal Organizer Business Agent assists shop stewards and members within a shop to organize bargaining unit employees to become union members, increasing their power in relationship to management. Assists members to identify issues and assists them in developing strategies to deal effectively with those issues.
  • Member Engagement – Helping members to become involved or more involved are essential components in our efforts to build power in the communities where our members live. The Internal Organizer Business Agent maintains contact with community groups and other labor organizations in a variety of settings; developing relationships with the community, labor and political leaders.
  • Training – The Internal Organizer Business Agent educates stewards and other member leaders through training in areas of filing grievances, representational issues, political campaigns, and internal organizing.
  • Performs other related duties within the union as required.

Qualifications:

  • Four-year college degree preferred, legal experience highly desirable, and/or extensive union experience (negotiations, internal organizing and member engagement).
  • A strong commitment to social justice and to the goals and principles of the union.
  • Effective verbal, written and listening communications skills.
  • Problem solving and organizational skills
  • Ability to work well under tight deadlines and in a team environment.
  • Heavy travel, weekend and evening work required and the possession of a valid driver’s license.

Salary: $62,415.00 plus a generous benefit package.

To Apply:
Please send cover letter, résumé and three references to: claudia.lukert@seiu668.org.

Deadline for Résumés is October 1, 2020.

SEIU Local 668 is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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