Unifor 2025 Collective Agreement Psac
The allowance covers the following eligible categories: environmental allowance, difference in cost of living, difference in fuel and supply, and difference in housing costs. • This organization is also entitled to a resettlement allowance. • Yellowknife negotiators are under the CULE but the UNIFOR 2025 collective agreement. The regional negotiator also advises collective bargaining committees, elected officials and PSAC members on issues related to collective bargaining, including strike strategy and the interpretation of collective agreements. A detailed job description can be found on our website: psacunion.ca/jobs-psac or on the attached document Skills: • Ability to communicate orally and in writing in English. Personal aptitude: • Commitment to the principles of trade union and justice. · Preparation of articles or bulletins on the subject of complaints and arbitration and arbitration in order to inform and educate members; Training/Experience: • Proven ability to edit, translate and proofread a variety of texts, including highly technical material. Knowledge: • Knowledge of standard office software (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.), translation software (LogiTerm, Antidote, FlowFit, etc.) and other work tools (encyclopedias, bilingual concordance tools, etc.) Skills: • Initiative, judgment and flexibility to manage many competing priorities and meet tight deadlines. • Team spirit and tact to interact effectively with clients, mentor/lead team members and replace the supervisor in their absence. • Second language skills according to the above level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Personal aptitude: • Commitment to the principles of trade union and justice.
• Commitment to continuous personal development to stay up to date on relevant current issues as well as trends and developments in translation, revision, terminology and social justice. Monitor the quality of PSAC translations, language advice and assist the Language Services Supervisor in ensuring the proper functioning and efficiency of the section. Under the direction of the Coordinator, Negotiations Section, the Regional Negotiator acts as chief spokesperson and chair of PSAC bargaining teams for the federal public and private sector bargaining units, as well as in provincial and territorial jurisdictions, and represents the PSAC in third-party dispute resolution proceedings such as arbitration, arbitration and mediation in relation to federal and provincial labour legislation and the PSAC Constitution. Regulations and guidelines. PSAC is committed to employment equity and actively seeks a representative workforce. We encourage applications from equity-seeking group members. PSAC is committed to employment equity and is actively working to build a representative workforce. Members of equity groups are encouraged to apply. Under the direction of the Coordinator, Representation Department, the Complaints and Evaluation Officer is responsible for: · Analysis of cases that are not resolved at the last level of the complaint procedure in order to proceed with a decision or arbitration; · advice, guidance and assistance in the preparation and submission of complaints and the collection of related evidence; Education and experience: • University degree in a field related to industrial relations or extensive experience in the field of industrial relations; • Extensive experience in the field of negotiations in the public and/or private sectors; · Advise and guide representatives of the component and PSAC in the interpretation and application of federal labour and human rights legislation or provincial and territorial labour and human rights legislation and regulations; · Assistance in the preparation of training and development courses and in the participation or conduct of seminars, workshops or formal courses on complaints and decisions; · Negotiation of complaint agreements with different employers to avoid the need for a formal hearing; · Research and preparation of complaint cases to be presented before the courts / arbitration and acts as an advocate for the bereaved person; · Review of arbitration or decision decisions with a view to bringing legal or jurisdictional issues before the Federal Supreme Court or other judicial authorities;. .