CV Stefan Löfven - English

Name

Stefan Löfven

Born

1957

Place of birth

Stockholm. He spent his childhood in Ådalen, Ångermanland

Marital status

Married

Education

Elementary school, 9 years
Economic school, 2 years
Welding training
Umeå University, Department of Social Work, 1,5 year
Trade union educations

Employments

- The Post Office in Sollefteå 1976
- The Sawmill in Domsjö 1979
- Hägglunds (Combat Vehicles, and All Terrain Vehicles company) in Örnsköldsvik, 1979–1995
- Swedish Metalworkers’ Union
- National bargaining officer 1995–1998
- International Secretary 1998–1999
- Responsible of Organisation department 1999–2002
- Vice president 2002–2005 IF Metall (Swedish Metalworkers’ Union)
- president from 1st of January 2006 when the union was established until 2012

Trade union background

- Shop steward, Hägglunds Fordon, 1981–1982
- Local section president, Hägglunds Fordon/ABB Railcar, 1982–1992
- Local branch president, Swedish Metalworkers’ Union Branch 26 Örnsköldsvik,  1988–1996
- Member, Swedish Metalworkers’ Union national council, 1989–1993
- Deputy member of Executive board, Swedish Metalworkers’ Union, 1989–1995

- Vice president, Swedish Metalworkers’ Union, 2002–2005
- Deputy member of Executive board, Swedish Trade Union Confederation, 2003–2005
- Member of Executive board, Swedish Trade Union Confederation, 2006–2012
- Member of Executive board, Nordic Metalworkers’ Union, 2002–2007
- Deputy member of Executive board, European Metalworkers Federation, 2002–2007
- President, Swedish Metalworkers’ Union 2006–2012
- Party leader, Swedish Social Democratic Party 2012 - present

Assignments

- Member of the board, Olof Palmes International Center, 2002-2006
- Vice President, Swedish Trade Council, 2004–2012
- Deputy member of the Executive Committee, Social Democratic Party, 2005-2012
- Chair, Social Democratic Party Welfare policy review group, 2007–2009
- Member of board, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, 2010-2012

Local political commitments (1973-1995)

- Technical board, municipality of Örnsköldsvik
- Chair, Öviks Hem
- International responsible, Social Democratic Party in Örnsköldsvik
- Adjunct member of Executive committee, Social Democratic Party in Örnsköldsvik
- Chair, Social Democratic Youth Party of Boteå
- Chair, Social Democratic Youth Party of Sollefteå
- Member, Social Democratic Youth District board

Military service

F4, Jämtland Wing, Östersund 1976–1977 (11 months)

 



 

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