CV Stefan Löfven

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Prime Minister Stefan Löfven
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven Photo: Kristian Pohl/Government Offices

Prime Minister

Swedish Social Democratic Party

Personal 

Born 1957. Lives in Stockholm. Married.

Educational background

Trade union training

School of Social Work and Public Administration, Umeå (1½ years)

Welder training

Upper secondary school, business programme (2 years)

Compulsory school (9 years)

Positions and assignments

2014–
Prime Minister of Sweden

2012–
Leader of the Swedish Social Democratic Party

Trade union background and assignments

2006-2012
Chair, IF Metall

2006-2012
Board member, Swedish Trade Union Confederation

2002–2007
Alternate board member, European Metalworkers' Federation

2002–2007
Board member, Nordiska Metall

2003–2005
Alternate board member, Swedish Trade Union Confederation

2002-2005
Deputy Chair Swedish Metalworkers' Union Metall

1999-2002
Head of Department, Organisational Department, Metall 

1998-1999
International Secretary, International Department, Metall 

1995-1998
Negotiation representative, Metall

1989-1995
Alternate board member, Metall's Executive Committee

1989-1993
Board member, Metall's Supervisory Board

1988-1996
Branch Chair, Metall's Branch 26, Örnsköldsvik

1982-1992
Group Chair, Hägglunds Fordon/ABB Railcar

1981-1982
Liaison representative, Hägglunds Fordon

Employment

1979-1995
Hägglunds, Örnsköldsvik

1979
Sawmill, Domsjö

1976
Posten, Sollefteå

Assignments

2010-2012
Board member, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

2007-2009
Chair 'Social Democratic Party welfare' policy review group

2005-2012
Alternate member Executive Committee, Swedish Social Democratic Party

2004-2012
Deputy Chair, Swedish Trade Council

2002-2006
Board member, Olof Palme International Centre