Union Business Agent Resume

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Mario Agnese

150 2nd Ave N, Ste 710

Brunswick, GA 31523

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Job Objective To obtain an Union Business Agent position that will allow me to utilize my skills and has potential for growth.

Work Experience:

Union Business Agent, May 2004 – Present

Southwest Business Corporation, Brunswick, GA

  • Assisted in negotiating, developing and campaigning plans and contracts.
  • Provided training and assistance in the administration of Local unions.
  • Trained and assisted leaders in the development of political action programs.
  • Provided training and assisted leaders in the creation of Local union bulletins and newsletters.
  • Assisted leaders in agency shop and external organizing campaigns.

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Extensive knowledge of labor unions and labor relations issues in the public and private sector
  • Experience in advocacy and leadership
  • Ability to work effectively with Local Union activists
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills
  • Extensive project management experience in a high-stress environment
  • Analytical skills necessary to assess and plan effective projects
  • Ability to deal with conflicting and changing priorities

Education

Associate Degree in Business, Central Oregon Community College, Bend, OR

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