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Union Jobs Clearinghouse lists staff positions available in WA

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(March 3, 2022) — The Stand, the award-winning news service of the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO, does not post job announcements for union staff positions, except for those at the WSLC itself.

That’s why union members and other progressive folks who are interested in staff jobs at labor unions and allied organizations in Washington state, and across the nation, should check out the Union Jobs Clearinghouse at UnionJobs.com. It’s the “central site for posting the open positions in unions and socially allied organizations and community organizations that are now accepting applications.”

The site lists union job openings nationally and by state. For example, union staff job openings in Washington state currently include:

► Machinists District Lodge 751 is seeking a new Communications Director.

► MLK Labor is seeking a Deputy Program Director for its Seattle AFL-CIO Presidents Organizing Initiative (POI).

► UNITE HERE Local 8 is seeking a Workforce Development Consultant for its Pacific Northwest Hospitality Training Program.

► The Washington Federation of State Employees, AFSCME Council 28 is seeking two Special Project Organizers and a Council Representative/Internal Organizer.

Those are just a few of the openings currently listed in Washington state. The site also lists positions available at training and apprenticeship programs in the U.S. and Canada.

Unions seeking applicants for their staff job openings can post their announcements at Union Jobs Clearinghouse free of charge.

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