The Atlantic Canada Regional Council of Carpenters, Millwrights and Allied Workers (ACRC) has openings for several Organizers in the Organizing Department throughout Atlantic Canada.
Reporting to the Regional Manager, the Organizer is a self-driven individual who is ambitious, goal-oriented, and focused on delivering results.
The Organizer represents the best interests of the UBC and actively works to organize unrepresented workers. S/he supports the UBC’s priority of attaining 70 per cent market share in the carpentry, millwright, and allied trades sectors. Travel
throughout their region of residence and to various locations in Atlantic Canada is required. S/he is expected to support this mission through seeking out new opportunities to organize individuals and contractors who are not represented.
The successful candidate will maintain proper and orderly records and provide a weekly report to the Regional Manager. S/he will work closely and support other organizers and staff of the ACRC to ensure a consistent and high level of service
is provided to all members of the Council.
Organizers must be willing to work evenings and weekends.
The successful candidate:
Is a self-starter who can lead, motivate, and coach others;
Possesses exceptional organizing, communication, and strategic skills;
Has experience in the construction industry;
Has a proven ability to work in a fast-paced and demanding environment;
Can seek out new opportunities to grow the Council with minimum supervision;
Brings a unique mix of work history, life experience, and community service to the role;
Has completed the United Brotherhood of Carpenters (UBC) International
Organizing (3-day) Training Course with a passing grade or be available to take the
course as required.
Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume stating qualifications, experience, references, and any other pertinent information by email to email@example.com
Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Applications for this position must be received on or before Friday, November 2, 2018