A new opportunity is available for a self-starting Organiser in Sydney, working with one of Australia’s most effective, respected and influential trade unions, the Maritime Union of Australia, a division of the Construction Forestry Maritime Mining and Energy Union.Read more
MUA members joined 80 unionists from a diverse range of industries and occupations on Saturday night and marched with Union Pride for the 40th anniversary of the Sydney Mardi Gras.
The Union Pride float featured a strong MUA contingent, as well as leaders from across our movement including ACTU Secretary Sally McManus, Unions NSW Secretary Mark Morey and RTBU Secretary Alex Claassens.
MUA Sydney Branch members Steven Heighes, David McElhinney and Darren Brown have done our union proud, completing a 14 day walk from the Gold Coast to Sydney on Friday, October 28.
The MUA, along with the CFMEU and TCFUA chose Brisbane as its launching pad for its anti-Turnbull, anti-Government election campaign.
The location of Brisbane for the Thursday launch was strategic, with political commentators identifying Queensland as the jewel of the crown this election.Read more
An exciting and rare opportunity to contribute to the provision of hospitality services and welfare support to international and Australian seafarers visiting the Port of Sydney is available as Centre Manager of the Sydney Seafarers Centre.Read more
The MUA Sydney Branch is looking for a Branch Administrator in Campaigns. For more information click here.
No More Death Toll
Management at Toll did not not know what hit them when 150 emotional MUA members occupied their offices at Homebush, Sydney.Read more
On 18 June, MUA members will take action in Sydney to draw attention to the safety crisis in stevedoring. The union is stepping up its Waterfront Safety Campaign after the recent death of Anthony Attard, tragically killed in Melbourne last month.
The rally will target a major affiliate of the Australian Logistics Council, who publicly called for stevedoring safety regulation to be scrapped on the very day of Anthony's funeral. Get on board, it's going to be a big one.