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Boilermaker Position, Lafarge North America

Lafarge North America has a Boilermaker position available. If you are interested in finding out more about this position and applying click HERE for the details and job explaination in PDF format.


Lafarge North America


SEATTLE, WA, 98106

Phone:206 923-0098

Boilermaker position available with City of Seattle
Job Title: Metal Fabricator
Job Number: 2014-00916
Salary: $32.32 - $33.13 Hourly
Location: Seattle Center, 305 Harrison Street, Seattle, Washington
Job Type: Classified Civil Service, Regular, Full-Time
Shift: Day
Department: Seattle Center
Bargaining Unit: Boilermakers Union, Local 104
Closing Date/Time:

Tue. 09/09/14 4:00 PM Pacific Time

Please see job posting at for application instructions and to submit the application, resume and cover letter online. If you do not have access to a computer, please visit the Seattle Center Human Resources office for a paper application. Contact Sue Riuz at (206)684-0994 or if you have questions regarding this position.

If you need help navigating the City of Seattle website feel free to call the Boilermakers Union Hall at (206)623-6473, and we will do what we can to help you apply.

Labor Day Event

The Boilermaker Creed

Rest in Peace Brother Jeff Ratterree

You will be missed~



Seattle Mariners Union Solidarity Night!

Join the Seattle Mariners for Union Solidarity Night and enjoy a great evening at the ballpark! Come out to Safeco Field on Wednesday, June 11 and watch the Mariners take on the New York Yankees.

Special group seating has been reserved and is available for you to purchase online. We look forward to seeing you there!

Click HERE for more details!

Pictures tell stories

This picture spoke to me......

Photo was taken at the christening of the Tokitae

Mac McCormick resigns from NWMC Trust after 14 years

Long time Boilermaker/Retiree Mac McCormick has resigned from the Northwest Metal Crafts Trust after 14 years of service as a Trustee. Mac recieved an award for his excellent services as seen in the picture below with Nate Ford (right)

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Current Events

March 26, 2014

Dear Brothers and Sisters of Local 104,

            This is a notice to any/all fellow Brothers and Sisters within Local 104. The following is an update of current events within the Membership. Typically, the Business Manager/Secretary Treasurer presents a report during the General Membership meetings each month. However, not every Brother and Sister is able to attend. This is unfortunate, although understandable. That being said, here is a brief update of current events happening throughout our Membership.

If you recall, Local 104 has been in the process of updating its software for the office. Needless to say it’s been a struggle getting everything worked out while staying under budget. However I am pleased to write you and inform everyone that effective April 1st 2014, Members will be able to go online and view personal information.

Here are the steps for Members for logging into the website the first time:

Go to your Local Website at:

On the left-hand side of the page, under Member Resources, click the link to Member Services.

This will open the website where you are required to provide a User Name and a Password to access your information.

To Log in the first time:

Your user name is the first letter of your first name, plus your full last name plus the last four of your SSN. 
For Example: if your name is John Brown, and your SSN is 123-45-6789, then your login username will be jbrown6789.

Your initial password is your last name plus the last four digits of your SSN.  Using the same name and SSN as above the password would be brown6789.

Note: After you login the first time, you will be required to change your password.  Additional links will not be available on the site until you change your password. 

Spread the word, let others know that your website is up and running. My goal is to have the ability for Members to view much more information with weeks/months to come. Eventually having the ability for Members to view his/her payment history, as well as pay dues online. So again, spread the word, encourage fellow Brothers and Sisters to sign up on your Local Website.

I look forward to seeing everyone at the next General Membership Meeting on April 23rd. If you have any questions regarding General Membership Meetings, what is expected, and what to expect from attending, feel free to contact me or any Local 104 Union Representatives at any time.  I remain

In Solidarity,

Brian Opland

Business Manager/Sec Treasurer

Boilermakers Union Local 104

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