About the Role
Negotiating collective agreements; advocacy before industrial tribunals and internal university tribunals; negotiating with higher education managements on individual and collective cases and disputes; providing members with industrial advice and training; and co-ordinating with organising campaigns.
Relevant tertiary qualifications or equivalent; experience in the trade union movement and commitment to trade union principles; demonstrated experience in advocacy before tribunals; demonstrated experience in negotiating agreements; campaign skills (including a demonstrated commitment to and understanding of the principles of organising); excellent communication skills; and a current drivers licence.
Knowledge of the higher education industry; and basic word processing skills.
Salary range is as per NTEU National Staff Agreement Level 7 ($102,971 – $113,686 pa, depending on applicant’s level of experience. Employer superannuation contributions of 17% are paid in addition to salary).
Applications must address both the essential and desirable selection criteria of the position, include the names and contact details of two referees .
About the Organisation
The NTEU (Queensland Division) is seeking to employ a full-time Industrial Officer on a continuing basis. The position is based at the Queensland Division Office in Taringa and also works out of NTEU Branch offices on Queensland university campuses. Some travel may be required.
The NTEU is a federally registered membership-led union with coverage of academic and general staff in higher education. The NTEU represents workers in all Queensland universities and their associated student organisations, research institutes and companies
Apply for this Job
To apply for this job go to: www.nteu.recruitmenthub.com.au and enter ref code: 4191005.
Applications close at COB on Wednesday, 20 June 2018.
NTEU is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
Please quote in application: Industrial Officer via Pro Bono Australia.