Are you passionate about unionism, organised and ready to speak up for your colleagues?

Express your interest in a new Chapter leadership role using the form below.

What are the new Chapter rep roles?

Chapter Representative
The Chapter’s main co-ordinator of workplace organising.

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School Officer/Services Staff Representative
The co-ordinator for the Chapter’s diverse membership of professional staff.

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Wellbeing Representative
The Chapter’s driving force on issues of workplace culture, health and safety and matters of equity and social justice.

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Professional Issues Representative
The Chapter’s expert on the changing landscape of education, including workload associated with new curriculum and initiatives.

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Member Engagement Representative
The Chapter’s activist responsible for reaching out to potential union members.

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Why we need a strong rep network

Our union succeeds when our Chapters are well-supported, organised and strong. Having active members at a local level is the only way to achieve this.

Our Chapter Representative members play a fundamental role in building strong chapters and winning campaigns. As volunteers who take on often enormous workloads to support their colleagues, they are superheroes!