About this job
There has never been a more important time to protect our members in the public services and encourage those that are not members to join a powerful voice. Are you a people person with good listening and problem solving skills? Do you possess the determination to make a difference to people’s lives? As part of the WULF project team, you would be supporting the Organisers to deliver the project.
The successful candidate will bring their experience and skills to the role and be able to provide administrative assistance to the WULF team which includes developing processes; working with the team; booking venues and other administrative duties to support the WULF team.
You will have excellent presentation skills and communication skills, both face-to-face and on paper.
A sound understanding of trade unions and their objectives is essential along with a good understanding of UNISON’s policies and objectives.
You will need to be able to travel within the region for meetings/training as required.
How to apply
To apply for this opportunity, please download and complete the General application form (under “Resources”). See the job brief, job description and person specification below:
3 x copies of the completed application as well as recruitment and disability monitoring forms should be returned to Donna Hutton, Regional Manager, UNISON 491 Abergele Road, Old Colwyn, Colwyn Bay quoting the job reference number, R11/92T.
Alternatively, please send a copy of your application form and recruitment and disability monitoring forms via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications is noon, on 25th November 2019
Successful shortlisted candidates will be invited for interview on 5th December 2019 in Cardiff
UNISON is the UK’s leading public services trade union, with over 1.3 million members working in the public sector, private, voluntary and community sectors and in the energy services. We employ approximately 1,200 staff, with around 370 at our national centre in Euston in central London and the remainder in our 12 regions across the UK, including Northern Ireland.
UNISON is a dynamic, progressive union, committed to equality. We encourage men and women of all ages, Black and minority ethnic groups, disabled people, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people to work with us.