Billy King

Branch Executive President

M: 0437 124 669
E: bking@asuvictas.com.au

Billy has a long history of activism in the ASU, helping make a difference to the lives of working people. He joined the Municipal Employees Union (MEU) in 1989, when working at the City of Collingwood. In 1990 he became a shop steward at City of Collingwood, then he became a City of Yarra MEU delegate in 1996.

Billy understands the struggles of working in a blue collar environment and the need to make member’s voices heard. He worked in the areas of waste, street cleaning and parks and gardens for many years.  He understands the challenges members face. Billy has also worked for contractors in Local Government.

Billy became an organiser at the ASU in 2004 and has worked across all industries and areas of the union in both organiser and leadership positions.

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2 hours ago

ASUVicTas

The Australian Electoral Commission has just declared the results of the ASU Branch elections. We are grateful for the strong support from members and honored to have been elected to lead our union forward.

Saturday’s election of the Coalition Government means we need to be prepared for another attack on working people and only increases the need for us to stick together to fight for fairer outcomes in the workplace.

Together with the newly elected Branch Executive, we will unify behind a very clear agenda which is focused on one thing only – delivering for members.

Our commitment to you is simple: We will listen to members as we build a better and stronger union, with members at the heart of everything we do.

Working with members across all industries, we’ll build a stronger and more united ASU.

Lisa Darmanin, Branch Secretary
Billy King, Branch Executive President
Michelle Jackson, Deputy Branch Secretary
Leon Wiegard, Assistant Branch Secretary
Melissa Wainwright, Assistant Branch Secretary
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Congratulations ASU United. An excellent outcome for all of us!

So all challengers failed then?

6 days ago

ASUVicTas

Federal Election Day is here comrades!
It’s our movement’s opportunity to tell the Government what we think about their abhorrent treatment of workers, substandard leadership and selling out of community standards in Aged Care education and more.
Let them know it’s time to change the rules! Change to the government to change the rules!!
#KicktheLiberalsOut
#AustraliaNeedsAPayRise
#ChangetheRulesforWorkingWomen
#ThatTimeMicheleONeilDroppedBy
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Federal Election Day is here comrades!
It’s our movement’s opportunity to tell the Government what we think about their abhorrent treatment of workers, substandard leadership and selling out of community standards in Aged Care education  and more.
Let them know it’s time to change the rules! Change to the government to change the rules!!
#KicktheLiberalsOut
#AustraliaNeedsAPayRise
#ChangetheRulesforWorkingWomen
#ThatTimeMicheleONeilDroppedBy

 

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Did it at the earliest chance I got good luck to Eric Kerr seat of Indi