Southern Indiana Regional Labor Council



The Southern Indiana Regional Labor Council was formed by the unification of the territories of five central labor councils in southern Indiana. The combined territory covers 42 counties. The five central labor councils were the
CLC of Southern Indiana,
South Central Indiana CLC,
Wabash Valley CLC,
White River CLC and
Whitewater Valley CLC.
The unification took effect on March 1, 2016.

The SIRLC  has an opening for a Field & Community Engagement Coordinator. The work location will be throughout Southern Indiana, but based out of Bloomington, Evansville, or Terre Haute. Read more >>>

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