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American Association of Professional Landmen
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Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration
12999 E. Adam Aircraft Circle; Engelwood, CO 80112
Congress of Neurological Surgeons
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Location: Arlington, VA
Type: Full Time
Administrative, Clerical, Support
Customer Service and Support
•Employer-funded 401(k) •Flexible Spending Account •Employer covers 65% of monthly healthcare premium •Employer provided $50,000 Life Insurance •Employer provided Short-Term Disability •Employer provided Long-Term Disability •Employer provided dental coverage •Fully paid health, life, and dental insurance •Fully paid disability insurance •Generous vacation policies
Internal Number: TAUC-NMAPC - AA #2021-11
About National Maintenance Policy Committee, Inc. & The Assoc. of Union Constructors
The Association of Union Constructors (TAUC) is a national trade association representing 1,800 construction firm, regional associations, and service providers. TAUC provides its members with up-to-date information on a variety of subjects including environmental health and safety issues impacting the construction industry, industrial relations guidance, and innovation and technology. TAUC also provides educational and training, legislative and regulatory advocacy, and networking opportunities to its membership network. The National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, Inc. (NMAPC) is a 28-member committee made up of an equal number of representatives from labor and management, and together with the help of our dedicated staff, administers a set of standardized project labor agreements whose terms unions and contractors agree to follow on industrial maintenance and construction projects across the United States. These agreements set forth a framework and procedure for nearly every conceivable aspect of the job: safety requirements, crew size, payroll procedures and wages, to name just a few. By using the National Maintenance Agreements as a template, everyone - from the un...ion workers to the contractors to the owners - saves time and is able to more efficiently move forward and focus on getting the job done. Legally, TAUC and NMAPC are two separate entities. However, they share the same office space and employees divide their time between the two organizations. All signatory contractors to the National Maintenance Agreements are regular members of TAUC. This ensures the association has its finger on the pulse of the union construction industry and can adapt quickly to the needs of its members.
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