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Newton B. Jones

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International President

Phone: (913) ***-****  
Email: n***@***.org
Boilermakers
753 State Avenue
Kansas City , Kansas 66101
United States

Company Description: The International Brotherhood of Boilermakers is a diverse union representing workers throughout the United States and Canada. Our members are employed in heavy...   more
Background

Employment History

  • President
    International Brotherhood of Boilermakers
  • Chairman
    International Brotherhood of Boilermakers
  • International President
    International Brotherhood of Boilermakers
  • President
    International
  • Member, Staff
    International

Education

  • Florida State University
  • University of South Florida
  • Harvard
  • Harvard
68 Total References
Web References
Newton B. Jones - Canadian Boilermakers
www.boilermaker.ca, 2 Sept 2015 [cached]
Newton B. Jones International President
Newton B. Jones has served as the Boilermakers International president since July 24, 2003, when the International Executive Council elected him to complete the unexpired term of International President Charles W. Jones, who resigned after 20 years in office.
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In July 2011, delegates to the Boilermakers 32nd Consolidated Convention in Las Vegas unanimously re-elected Newton Jones to a second five-year term.
Newton has served the Boilermakers union in various capacities over the past 33 years - as a construction boilermaker; organizer; director of organizing and communications; managing editor of the Boilermaker Reporter and Boilermaker Organizer newspapers; and as the International vice president of the Boilermakers' southeast area.
Newton began his career as a field construction boilermaker in 1971, working in the jurisdiction of Local 454, Chattanooga, Tennessee, on a Georgia Power project. In 1972, he joined Local 203 in St. John's, Newfoundland, and worked on a refinery job. He later transferred his membership to Local 199 in Jacksonville, Florida, and worked mainly as a high rigger and as a certified pressure welder.
In 1981, Newton joined the International staff as an organizer; he was appointed director of organizing and communications in 1986. He was the principal architect of the Boilermakers' Fight Back construction organizing strategy, an innovative and effective approach to organizing in the construction industry. As managing editor of the Boilermaker Reporter, he computerized the Boilermakers publications department, and oversaw the modernization of all computer operations at Boilermaker headquarters. As International vice president for the southeast area (1994-2003), Newton negotiated one of the largest increases to the wage and benefits package the area has enjoyed.
While working as a Boilermaker, Newton also attended the University of South Florida and Florida State University. He graduated from the Harvard Trade Union Program in 1985.
Brotherhood Outdoors Welcomes Bank of Labor as Title Sponsor - Union Sportsmen's Alliance
unionsportsmen.org, 18 Feb 2014 [cached]
"What Bank of Labor is offering the labor movement is a new and better approach to how labor invests its capital," said bank Chairman and CEO Newton B. Jones, who is also President of the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers.
Brotherhood Bank & Trust - Bank of Labor
www.brotherhoodbank.com, 25 April 2012 [cached]
Newton B. Jones, Chairman, Int'l Brotherhood of Boilermakers
"The Union Sportsmen's ...
unionsportsmen.org, 12 Nov 2013 [cached]
"The Union Sportsmen's Alliance brings us all together in such an important, fundamental and progressive way," said Newton Jones, International President of the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers.
Newton B. Jones | International Brotherhood of Boilermakers
www.boilermakers.org, 1 April 2015 [cached]
Newton B. Jones
Newton B. Jones International President
Newton B. Jones has served as the Boilermakers International president since July 24, 2003, when the International Executive Council elected him to complete the unexpired term of International President Charles W. Jones, who resigned after 20 years in office.
...
In July 2006, delegates to the Boilermakers 31st Consolidated Convention in Las Vegas unanimously re-elected Newton to a five-year term.
Newton has served the Boilermakers union in various capacities over the past 33 years ? as a construction boilermaker; organizer; director of organizing and communications; managing editor of the Boilermaker Reporter and Boilermaker Organizer newspapers; and as the International vice president of the Boilermakers' southeast area.
Newton began his career as a field construction boilermaker in 1971, working in the jurisdiction of Local 454, Chattanooga, Tenn., on a Georgia Power project. In 1972, he joined Local 203 in St. John's, Newfoundland, and worked on a refinery job. He later transferred his membership to Local 199 in Jacksonville, Florida, and worked mainly as a high rigger and as a certified pressure welder.
In 1981, Newton joined the International staff as an organizer; he was appointed director of organizing and communications in 1986. He was the principal architect of the Boilermakers' Fight Back construction organizing strategy, an innovative and effective approach to organizing in the construction industry. As managing editor of the Boilermaker Reporter, he computerized the Boilermakers publications department, and oversaw the modernization of all computer operations at Boilermaker headquarters. As International vice president for the southeast area (1994-2003), Newton negotiated one of the largest increases to the wage and benefits package the area has enjoyed.
While working as a Boilermaker, Newton also attended the University of South Florida and Florida State University. He graduated from the Harvard Trade Union Program in 1985.
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