Teamsters Local Union No. 26 Job Opportunities

Local 26 Employers hiring require Class A or B License

Prairie Materials

Roanoke Concrete Products

Blager Concrete

1001 W. Somer Dr.

Urbana, Il 61802


David Blager

Sport Redi Mix

401 Wilbur Ave

Champaign, IL 61822


Patty Herges

 IL Brick

3200 W. Springfield Ave

Champaign, IL 61822

(217) 439-4348

Kevin Tervin

Stark Materials (Please contact Local 26 for Employment within Stark Materials)

1266 Old Route 66

Normal, IL 61761

First Student

PM Tech Positions

2000 Eagle Rd, Normal, IL, US, 61761


Disability Transportation Specialist

Disability Resources and Educational Services

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Under general supervision from a designated supervisor, employees at this

level operate a lift-equipped transit coach bus in a highly congested

campus setting negotiating multiple stops and provide related personal

assistance and ridership information to accommodate the transportation

needs of primarily students, staff, faculty, and visitors with


Requirements include: 1. Possession of a current commercial driver’s

license, Class B endorsement as required by the State of

Illinois for the type of motor vehicle(s) to be operated.

 2. Two (2) years (24 months) of experience

operating lift/ramp-equipped coach buses, transporting multiple persons

with disabilities to multiple locations within a congested campus or city

setting.  For further information regarding application procedures,

contact Illinois Human Resources at 217-333-2137 or<>.  For full consideration,

applications must be received by July 5, 2022.


The application process for 2021 is now available.  The link to the processing site is: deadline for applications will be March 1, 2021.Eligibility:  For the sons, daughters and financial dependents of Teamster members (including the BMWED, BLET, GCC and TCRC). Academic scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 for high school seniors planning to attend a four-year college or university and Training/Vocational program awards of up to $2,000 for use at community colleges and trade schools. (Membership verification for the parent of the applicant will be completed by the IBT (Teamsters), BLET, BMWED and GCC headquarters data.)  The children or financial dependents of full-time local union officers or full-time staff of local unions are ineligible.

For more information please click on the RESOURCES tab to for the Hoffa SCHOLARSHIP.

Women’s Conference is continuing to provide timely, topic-specific webinars that we hope are helpful to you during this unusual and stressful time.

Dear Teamster Sisters and Brothers,

The Teamsters Women’s Conference is continuing to provide timely, topic-specific webinars that we hope are helpful to you during this unusual and stressful time. While they do not take the place of our in-person conference, it’s an opportunity to hear from Teamster Sisters as well as experts in fields that affect us.
Below are links to the webinars we have provided to date, including our latest one on Black Lives Matter. They have been pre-recorded for you to watch or listen to at your leisure. The Women’s Conference will continue to produce webinars, so keep and eye out for future topics and feel free to share with others.

In solidarity,

Nina Bugbee, Director
Teamsters Women’s Conference

Topic: Black Lives Matter: A Discussion with Teamster Women (38 min)
When: On Demand
Moderator: Robin Cooper, Local 502
Panel: Jeanette Barnes, IBT, Vickie Beavers, Local 728, Catherine Cobb, Local 2010, Bernadette Kelly, Local 210
This webinar is a discussion with Teamster women on what the Black Lives Movement is, how we can support our Teamster Sisters and Brothers and how the labor movement can work to end racism and inequality.
Meeting Recording:–r7VpLHJ3g1hDxB6Q9M9v8T6a8gCVK_fUNnWyjPym6s1H7p2EaQPwl4nc

And, in case you missed our previous webinars:

Topic: COVID-19 Essential Worker Health and Safety Awareness Webinar (75 min)
When: On Demand
Presenter: Enjoli DeGrasse, Deputy Director, IBT Safety and Health Department
This webinar is designed to inform workers, who are required to work during the pandemic shutdown, how to protect themselves and co-workers from exposure to the coronavirus. These materials were developed through worker training grants funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)
Meeting Recording:

Topic: Then and Now: Teamsters Respond to Crisis (30 min)
When: On Demand
Presenter: Karin Jones, Manager, Teamsters History Project, IBT Training &
Development Dept.
Teamster Historian, Karin Jones takes a look back at the service Teamsters have provided to their communities and to the country during times of hardship.
Meeting Recording:

Topic: Managing Stress During Coronavirus (40 min)
When: On Demand
Presenter: Gretchen Grindle, LPC
Some of you may be experiencing higher levels of stress due to concern over illness for yourselves and your families, work, home schooling, just to name a few. Therefore, we have invited Gretchen Grindle, who has run a number of workshops for us at the women’s conference, to present some specific ways to manage ongoing stress.
Meeting Recording:

IDOT Snowbird Ratification Vote Tally

Dear Brother and Sisters,

The VOTES from all the Downstate Local Unions representing IDOT (Snowbirds) working under the Downstate Agreement have been reported. The following is the total:

YES – 199
NO – 76

The Tentative Agreement has been ratified by the Membership!!
Great job by all!!!


Keith E. Gleason, Chairman
Teamsters Downstate Illinois State Employee
Negotiating Committee

Greg Wheet, Co-Chair
Teamsters Downstate Illinois State Employee
Negotiating Committee