ARIZONA LABOR REPRESENTATIVE
- Build the movement for social justice
- Fight on behalf of working women
- Organize for universal health care
The National Nurses Organizing Committee (NNOC) seeks an experienced Labor Representative. NNOC and the National Nurses United are leading the national movement for Registered Nurse power to transform the market-driven healthcare industry in the United States into a health care system based on patient need.
We seek an experienced Labor Representative who enjoys developing and working with strong members and who shares our vision of nurses leading a national movement for health care justice.
This is more than an ordinary union job; we seek a skilled Labor Representative who wants to use their skills strategically. The ideal candidate would relish the chance to build strong workplace committees, develop local leadership, educate members about alternatives to corporate control of health care, and mobilize members to fight for patient protection. We are part of the nation's largest organization of direct care RNs.
POSITION AVAILABLE: TUCSON, ARIZONA REPRESENTATIVE
NNOC is seeking an experienced Labor Representative. The Labor Representative is responsible for all matters related to collective bargaining, including organizing nurses in private and public employment; compiling, analyzing, interpreting and presenting pertinent data; negotiating contracts; processing grievances and conducting arbitrations; and representing nurses in employment-related problems. The ideal candidate must have prior experience as a full time Labor Representative, plus effectiveness in organizing membership participation and developing rank and file leadership. It is nice if you have had demonstrated success at contract negotiations and arbitrations.
Salary and Benefits: Excellent salary depending on experience.
Please submit a résumé and cover letter today by clicking the "Apply" button.
Please indicate within your letter which national geographical locations you are willing to consider. Be sure to fill out the one page form.
CNA/NNOC is committed to Equal Opportunity, and to considering applicants of all ages, races, sexual orientations, national origins, ethnicities, and religions. We encourage people from diverse backgrounds and experiences related to our core organizational values and objectives to apply.