Ilwu Local 13 Casual Hiring List Details

The ILWU Casual Lottery is a great opportunity for workers looking for permanent employment on the waterfront. The application process is simple, and the potential to be hired as a full-time employee is high. I recommend all workers interested in working on the waterfront apply.

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Form NameIlwu Casual Lottery
Form Length3 pages
Fillable?No
Fillable fields0
Avg. time to fill out45 sec
Other namesilwu casual list update, ilwu casual list update 2020, ilwu casual list, longshoreman lottery list

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ILWU/PMA JOINT DISCLAIMER

PORT OF PORT ANGELES CASUAL PROCESSING LIST

Attached is the List of those selected in the December 19, 2012 random draw for potential processing toward Unidentified Casual status in Port of Port Angeles, WA. The list will be used in sequence to fill any Port of Port Angeles manpower needs through December 30, 2014. Any names remaining on the list as of the December 30, 2014 shall be purged from the process and individuals shall have no rights to consideration based on prior inclusion on the list but shall be afforded equal opportunity with others should a new list be established. Those to whom processing may be offered will be contacted if and when they will be offered testing for potential casual work.

Submitting a postcard, interest card, or application, having a card selected in a draw, having a card sequenced and placed on a posted List, being contacted for testing/processing, and the stated procedures for casual processing do not offer or guarantee employment or continued employment. No reliance should be placed upon any of these steps, none of which forms a

contract or creates any binding obligations upon PMA or ILWU towards you. The parties to the governing collective bargaining agreement (the “Pacific Coast Longshore Contract Document,” PCLCD), through the Joint Labor Relations Committee (“LRCs”) may, by joint agreement and

in their discretion, at any time without notice, change or revoke the procedures for hiring, promotion, and employment in the longshore industry.

Anyone placed on a List may be disqualified from processing, employment, continued employment etc., and lose all opportunity for dispatch privileges or continued dispatch privileges in the industry, if s/he is found for any reason to have been ineligible for placement on a List or initiation of processing, or thereafter (regardless of whether Identified or Unidentified Casual or Registration status had already been achieved) for reasons such as failing to follow all the directions given for properly submitting a card to the draw. This means, for example, that if someone submitted more than one card to the draw and that is discovered after one of his/her cards is drawn and his/her name is placed on a processing List, s/he can still be disqualified from employment in the industry, without any consequences to the PMA or ILWU. Casual longshore processing and any casual longshore employment may be terminated at any time for any reason as determined by the LRCs. Those selected for processing must comply with all required procedures, as they may change from time to time. Applicants are responsible for keeping the Joint Port Labor Relations Committee advised in writing of their current contact information. Any disputes or claims about any aspect of this casual processing program must be in writing and received by the JPLRC within ten (10) days of the source of the complaint. All correspondence to include address changes shall be mailed to:

JPLRC Casual Processing Grievance

PO Box 9348

Seattle, WA 98109

No extensions. LRC decisions on grievances are final and binding.

This Processing List will be posted for thirty days through the ILWU and PMA websites (ILWU.ORG, PMANET.ORG) and at the following locations:

ILWU Local 27 Dispatch Hall

PMA Maritime Association

608 Marine Drive

101 S.W. Main St. Ste. 330

Port Angeles, WA 98363-2232

Portland, OR 97204

Port of Port Angeles Sequenced List with Names Only by Sequence Number

Sequence Number

First

Middle

Last

Suffix

1

NAT

NEWTON

NIEHAUS

 

2

MOLLY

JEAN

BARNES

 

3

CANDY

RAE

CHADWELL

 

4

KYLE

LAURENCE

WHEELER

 

5

RYAN

JOSEPH

CHARLES-ELOFSON

 

6

BRAD

ALDEN

CLINEFELTER

 

7

MARVIN

ANDREVO

HUNTER

 

8

WYATT

EIDEN

DAVIDSON

 

9

MARK

VICTOR

BECKER

 

10

DAYNE

EDWARD

OSTERBERG

 

11

ERIC

JEROME

OSTERBERG

 

12

WYATT

SHAWN

KALLA

 

13

JOSEPH

ROBERT

HUFF

 

14

NICHOLAS

ANTHONY

BAHL

 

15

JESS

JOESPH

GALLAWD

 

16

MICHAEL

 

WEGENER

 

17

SCOTT

C

WOLT

 

18

DAVID

 

RODRIGUEZ

JR.

19

VICTOR

MANUEL

SANCHEZ-PEREZ

 

20

MICHAEL

ALLAN

WELSH

 

21

CHARLES

LAVANDER

GANDY

 

22

TAMMY

LEIGH

LOPEMAN

 

23

JOHN

JACOB

OSTERBERG

 

24

RONALD

EUGENE

ELMER

 

25

PATRICK

LAWERENCE

BECKER

 

26

ALEXANDER

R.S.

CURNEW

 

27

PAUL

M.

REED

 

28

SETH

RODERICK

TAYLOR

 

29

MARIO

JOSEPH

LOPEZ

 

30

THOMAS

WESLEY

BELBIN

 

31

JAMES

ANTHONY

GIULIETTI

III

32

PEDER

NOAH

HASSELL

 

33

PAUL

ANDREW

ARNDT

 

34

ANDREW

MICHAEL

INSCORE

 

35

JORDAN

ALLEN

KETTEL

 

36

JOEY

ALLEN

CURRIE

 

37

DOUGLAS

ROBERT

MOFFITT

 

38

PHILLIP

DUANE

TEALL

 

39

JOSHUA

ROBERT

JOHNSTON

 

40

SHANNON

D.

O'SULLIVAN

 

41

CODY

VICTOR

ANDERSEN

 

42

SAMUEL

RYAN

DAVIDSON

 

43

JOHN

SANTORD

BOWERMAN

 

44

JOHN

T

FRICHETTE

 

45

SHAUN

WILLIAM

GIULIETTI

 

46

BRIAN

KENT

MAST

 

47

KENNETH

DEAN

HURN

 

48

LAURA

F.

OSTERBERG

 

49

KATHLEEN

VIOLET

SCEE

 

50

LESLIE

LYNN-SUSAN

HUFF

 

51

MICHAEL

KEVIN

LOFGREN

 

52

JOHN

ERIC

FINK

 

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