Working for UNISON the Trade Union – Open Taster Session

Friday 6 March 3pm – 6pm

UNISON, Unison Centre, Euston Road, London NW1 2AY, Room UG.2

Are you interested in working for a trade union? Ever wondered what the different employed roles are? Want to take a stand and make a difference for workers in the Public Sector?

UNISON is the UK’s largest Trade Union with over 1.3 million members,  around 80% of whom are women. We represent public sector employees at work, support them to speak up with their employers, lobby the Government and campaign for an equal and fair society for all.

UNISON is a diverse union; with democratic structures designed to give a voice to those under -represented in society– Disabled members; Black members; LGBT+ members, Women and Young Members. We want our staff to represent the diversity of our membership.   

The Greater London Region is holding an open taster session for anyone interested in finding out what it’s like working for UNISON – what the different roles are, including administrators and organisers; what skills and experience you need; the process of applying for a job in UNISON London Region and how you can make a difference every day.

Places will be reserved on a first come, first served basis. To register please send your full name, contact details and where you saw this advert to by 12 noon, Friday 28 February.

You do not need to be a current union member or activist to attend.

PLEASE NOTE: Attendance does not guarantee an interview or future job.


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