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Industrial Officer - Experienced

Location: Sydney
Salary: Negotiable
Company: Flight Attendants' Association of Australia
Telephone: 02 83371111
Facsimile: 02 83371122
Apps close: Friday 24th December 2021

The FAAA (Flight Attendants’ Association of Australia) is a specialist, Federally registered union representing domestic and international aircraft cabin crew throughout Australia.

Our organisation promotes, protects, and defends our members industrial and workplace safety interests and provides real time support and advice.

Our head office is located in Mascot in close proximity to the Domestic and International Airport.

We are seeking to employ an Industrial Officer who will be based in our office in Mascot. Ideally the position will suit a person with experience and attributes as follows:

Enterprise bargaining with employers.

Ability to prepare communication for members including newsletters, bulletins and magazine articles;

Organising delegates and engaging with them on workplace issues;

Assisting members about individual matters related to their EBA and Award and engaging with employers and delegates;

Preparing communication for members including newsletters, bulletins and magazine articles;

Preparation of matters for the Fair Work Commission and advocacy experience is highly desirable;

Coordinate and attend consultative meetings and other industrial meetings with employers;

Represent and support individual members in investigations, disputes or grievances with their employer.

The position requirements for this role are:

• Strong commitment to union values and trade unions generally with union experience highly desirable

•Ability to work as part of a small team and be flexible.

•Suitable qualifications in Law highly desirable but not essential

• Ability to prioritise, manage multiple tasks simultaneously in a time sensitive environment and to respond quickly to changing priorities;

• Ability to contribute to the organisation’s decision-making and propose relevant strategies;

• Experience in bargaining under the Fair Work Act and negotiating Enterprise Agreements (desirable);

• Experience in conducting collective and individual matters in the Fair Work Commission and industrial matters in Federal and state courts (desirable);

• Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal;

• Well-developed research, analytical, and problem solving skills;

• Proficiency in Microsoft applications;

The FAAA offers a competitive salary and conditions. If interested, please forward your resume and cover letter to at your earliest convenience. Short listing will commence immediately.