Ubcp Master Production Agreement

The candidate must be able to work both as an individual and in a team environment. They should have a strong understanding of the BC master`s production agreement, the BC animation agreement and other EU agreements. This position requires a proactive person who has a keen eye for details when checking production data and call cards. use them to anticipate implementation issues while using their experience to interpret and enforce collective agreements. This experience also includes reviewing, preparing and filing all phases of complaints, including arbitration procedures. The candidate must understand the Union`s position and be able to communicate to both the performers and producers, and he is convinced that they are capable of solving the problems. This position requires excellent organizational, administrative and communication capabilities, as well as a proven track record for complex critical conflict-solving and thinking functions, while redirecting multiple files. The successful candidate will be able to provide polite, sometimes firm and prompt responses to EU members, production staff and non-members. UBCP and UNIFOR, Local 3000, respect the principles of employment equity, diversity and inclusion. JOB DESCRIPTIONUnion Representative – Film – Television – New Media The current candidate will also have a demonstrable knowledge of the BC Labour Code, BC Employment Standards Act, PIPA/Privacy Laws and the theory and practice of current labour relations theory and jurisprudence. COVID-19 Reflections: In order to keep our employees as safe as possible, we have implemented a COMPLETE COVID-19 safety plan in accordance with instructions given to public health officials and worksafe BC. Sectoral knowledge and knowledge are taken into account in the evaluation of candidates in accordance with Article 13.03 of the UBCP/UNIFOR collective agreement. This position has a current annual salary of US$91,594.07 under Schedule “A” of the UBCP/UNIFOR collective agreement Experience or knowledge of the film industry is considered an advantage.

Productions are obliged to hire a limited number of UBCP extras per day and all remaining extras receive non-unionist salaries. This order is no longer available. Don`t worry, we have a lot of jobs like that. We`re going to load them now! EXPIRATION: The deadline for applications is November 6, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. at the latest. APPLICATION: Interested applicants should apply by submitting their current cover letter and bringing their experience and skills closer to the position. WORK HOURS: 5 days a week; (35 hours) Regular office hours M-F 8:30 To 16:30 DURATION OF APPOINTMENT: Temporary part-time (six months with possible extension) Position liability is described in Appendix B of the UBCP/UNIFOR collective agreement and follows on the following page of the extra films and tv covered by the British Columbia Master Production Agreement of the UBCP.

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