Open Positions at Local 105

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Our union is growing and has new opportunities for smart, dedicated, and passionate people looking to work in a dynamic, progressive, and innovative labor union.

The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) is the largest and fastest-growing union in North America, with 2 million members in Healthcare, Property Services, and Public Services. SEIU is the nation’s largest healthcare union and is working to expand access to quality, affordable and secure healthcare for all.

SEIU Local 105 is a fast-growing union and represents over 7,000 healthcare and property service workers in Colorado; concentrated in the Denver Metro area. Are you ready to be challenged and inspired? Are you ready to do meaningful work and be part of struggles that you would tell your friends and/or grandkids about? If so, we want to hear from you!

Member Leadership in Action-Education Director 1-2016: The Member Leadership in Action (MLA)/Education Director will be responsible for building a program of sustained staff and member leader development across our Local. This will include traditional educational curriculum and material development, but will also include maximizing development opportunities in all facets of our work. The MLA/Education Director will work with Directors, and other staff, to build a culture and program dedicated to member development based on the iron rule of organizing: “Do not do for others what they can do themselves” and driven by a willingness to innovate, experiment, take risks, and work in a goals-driven and accountable environment.

Organizer of Strategic Partners: The Organizer of Strategic Partners, will work with leaders and workers who are trying to organize a union or current union members to work with partner organizations, community groups, and community organizations.  The goal is to empower workers who are organizing to participate and lead in community issues such as economic justice, banking reform, immigration, or other issues that directly affect our membership.  Organizing in this fashion serves two main purposes, building strategic partnerships to win campaigns and strengthen the leadership role of our membership within the larger community.

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