Michelle Jackson

Deputy Branch Secretary

P: 03 9342 3474
M: 0418 539 054
E: mjackson@asuvictas.com.au

Michelle overseas the Campaigning and Organising team for the Local Government and Energy industry divisions. Along with Leon Wiegard, she is responsible for campaigning and growth across the Branch. Michelle also deputises for the Branch Secretary and Executive President as required.

She first joined the Municipal Officers Association – a predecessor union of the ASU in 1982, when she worked at the State Electricity Commission of Victoria. She became an ASU delegate while working at Hume City Council in 1995. She worked in procurement, contract management, information technology, waste management and building maintenance.

In 2001 Michelle won the ASU Womens Tile Award for outstanding efforts to promote women’s participation in the union.

Michelle became an organiser at the ASU in 2002 and has worked across all industries and areas of the union in both organiser and leadership positions.

Michelle represents the ASU on the Victorian Trades Hall Council Executive where she holds the position of Junior Vice President and on Bendigo Trades Hall Council. She is also a member of the ALP’s Urban Affairs, Housing, Local Government and Infrastructure policy committee.

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3 days ago

ASUVicTas

This morning amazing ASU Delegates from Vic, Tas and SA appeared before a federal Senate inquiry to talk about the impact of the unfair and undemocratic ensuring integrity bill on rank and file ASU members in their workplaces and the union Movement.

Then this afternoon we were out in force with hundreds of thousands of others across the country marching for urgent action on climate change.

What a way to top off another busy week of changing the world for ASU members. πŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺ
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This morning amazing ASU Delegates from Vic, Tas and SA appeared before a federal Senate inquiry to talk about the impact of the unfair and undemocratic ensuring integrity bill on rank and file ASU members in their workplaces and the union Movement.
Then this afternoon we were out in force with hundreds of thousands of others across the country marching for urgent action on climate change.
What a way to top off another busy week of changing the world for ASU members. πŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺ

 

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What about a protest to help our farmers

4 days ago

ASUVicTas

Tomorrow ASUVicTas members will be attending #ClimateStrike events across Victoria and Tasmania. We'll be marching and rallying in solidarity with school strikers who are taking a stand against government inaction on climate change.

For anyone in Melbourne, we'll be gathering at the ASU office at 12.45pm before joining the union contingent attending the Melbourne event. But if you are still looking for details of your nearest climate strike event you'll find details here www.schoolstrike4climate.com/sept20
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Tomorrow ASUVicTas members will be attending #ClimateStrike events across Victoria and Tasmania. Well be marching and rallying in solidarity with school strikers who are taking a stand against government inaction on climate change. 
For anyone in Melbourne, well be gathering at the ASU office at 12.45pm before joining the union contingent attending the Melbourne event.  But if you are still looking for details of your nearest climate strike event youll find details here https://www.schoolstrike4climate.com/sept20

 

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Anyone marching in Traralgon tomorrow? I will be there but happy to be under union banner. 🌍🌎🌏

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