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Strategic Organiser

  • Post Date:21st July 2021
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  • Rank Manager
    Location Type Shore
    Offered Salary £30,000-£39,999
  • Salary Annual salary: £33,387
Job Description

Job Purpose:

Support the National Organisers / Head of Industrial Team to represent the best interests of the Membership through Organising, servicing, recruiting and representing members.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Assist National Organiser / Head of Industrial Team where required on items such as, collective negotiations with employers on pay, terms and conditions and to establish new agreements
  • Attending and supporting existing members in sectors of responsibility by undertaking individual casework and to represent members where necessary with employers
  • Provide information to members on activities conducted on their behalf and on any aspect of their employment and welfare
  • Create, coordinate and support targeted campaign work to maintain and grow membership densities in conjunction with the National Organiser / Head of Industrial Team
  • Create, coordinate and support recruitment activities to maintain and grow membership
  • To support the development and maintenance of membership structures including through the recruitment of lay representatives and promotion of membership benefits
  • To work with other departments and external stakeholders to pro-actively implement recruitment and retention strategies developed by the Union; to contribute towards the development of those strategies, to act to improve the recruitment and retention of members
  • Support specific membership demographics (women, young members) as required
  • Represents Nautilus at external organisations as directed by the National Organiser / Head of Industrial Team and in conjunction with other departments
  • Contribute to the development of the organisation’s Strategic Plan and Departmental plan
  • Perform other duties as may from time to time be reasonably required

Typical Skills/Experience

  • Educated to degree level or equivalent experience
  • Committed to trade union values and social justice
  • Experience of building excellent working relationships and working collaboratively both internally and externally with multiple stakeholders.
  • Strong research and IT skills
  • Knowledge of the maritime industry with seagoing experience (ideally as Certificated Officer / Engineer level) is desirable, but not necessary
  • Based in Wallasey, Merseyside
  • Annual salary: £33,387
  • Permanent position
  • Full-time – 35 hours per week
  • Closing date: 5pm on 4 August 2021
  • To apply send a CV and covering letter to Heather Wood, Head of HR at