*A Trade union has to assist the work of union representatives through the collection, analysis and distribution of information concerning relevant social, political and economic issues.
*Qualifications and training | Key skills
Key responsibilities of the job include:
attending branch meetings and conferences
preparing presentations and policy or briefing papers
*writing reports, journal articles, press releases, publicity leaflets, speeches etc
*providing advice to and liaising with union representatives
*researching political issues
*Undertaking administrative tasks such as drafting agendas, organising meetings and taking minutes.
*Responding to inquiries from members
Presenting information orally or in writing in a way that is easily understood is an important part of the work. Some evening and weekend work may be necessary.
**Qualifications and training required
A good degree is acceptable, although employers often require relevant qualifications in politics or government, social or public administration, social research, law, business studies, economics or sociology. A postgraduate qualification in industrial relations or specialist knowledge may also be necessary for some positions.
Relevant union/research experience is usually essential: candidates must be able to demonstrate a genuine commitment to, knowledge of and interest in the work of trade unions. This can be gained via paid or voluntary pressure group, trade union or student union work.
Key skills for research officers
Verbal and written communication skills.
Mode of application:
interested applicant should forward the copy of their CVs to groupbliss0 @gmail.com or forward your Name, mobile number, Qualification to the number posted on this advert. Not abiding to this advert will lead to total disqualification. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted