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This page has details of job vacancies that we're aware of in the migration sector in Yorkshire and Humber. If you're interested in any of the vacancies, contact the organisations directly. Follow this link to find out how to advertise your vacancy on this website.
 

Migration Yorkshire [Leeds City Council]: Integration and partnerships officer

Kirklees Council: Migration and refugee project officer

Ashiana Sheffield: West Yorkshire outreach worker

Ashiana Sheffield: Humberside outreach worker

Ashiana Sheffield: Project development officer - no recourse to public funds [NRPF]

Ashiana Sheffield: West Yorkshire area lead - anti human trafficking and modern slavery

Ashiana Sheffield: Sessional outreach worker - various regions



Job title: Integration and partnerships officer
Organisation: Migration Yorkshire [Leeds City Council]
Location: Leeds
Salary: PO2 - £31,401 to £34,106
Additional information: Permanent appointment; 37 hours per week.
Reference number: 18166
Closing date: 11:30 pm on 22 October 2018

Summary:

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Are you passionate about improving the asylum system, integrating refugees and migrants, and working collaboratively to achieve change?

Migration Yorkshire is the lead organisation on migration in Yorkshire and Humber: we work with local authorities, government departments, voluntary and community sector, and others to ensure that migration works for everyone in the region. We’re looking for someone who has the experience and skills to work sensitively to support a range of organisations to improve the lives of migrants and local communities.

In this post, you’ll be supporting local authorities and other key partners in their work on migration locally and at sub-regional and regional levels. You will provide high quality information, deliver training and facilitate discussions across a range of strategic and operational issues, including integration, cohesion and asylum dispersal.

You’ll have a detailed knowledge of migration and be experienced in providing information and support on the issue to others. You’ll be a skilled and confident communicator both in writing and in person, and as comfortable with government departments as you are with refugee community organisations.

You’ll be joining a friendly, growing team that is based in the centre of Leeds. This is a full-time, permanent post with an option for some home working. The role requires travel across Yorkshire and Humber and sometimes further afield.


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Job title: Migration and refugee project officer
Organisation: Kirklees Council
Location: Huddersfield
Salary: £26,470 to £29,055
Additional information: Full time, permanent role
Closing date: 23 October 2018

Summary:

Kirklees Council is looking for a Migration and Refugee Project Officer to support the Strategic Migration and Refugee Manager in the development and delivery of the Controlling Migration Fund, Syrian Resettlement Programme and Vulnerable Children’s Resettlement Programme. By developing and sustaining strong working relationships with elected members, senior officers, partner agencies and at times, central government and regional partners, you will be instrumental in supporting the development of local policy on migration and refugee resettlement.

How to apply:

For more information about the role and to apply, please visit: www.jobs.kirklees.gov.uk/project-work-corporate-services-migration-and-refugee-project-officer/22907.job


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Job title: Humberside outreach worker
Organisation: Ashiana Sheffield
Location: Hull, with regular regional, cross regional and occasional national travel.
Salary: £18,500 - £21,000
Additional information: Full time, 37 hours per week.
Closing date: 5pm on 14 November 2018

Summary:

This post is within the Anti Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Team, aiming to offer high quality support and outreach services to women who have experienced human trafficking and modern slavery across the region.

Job purpose

  • To support women to access their entitlements as potential victims of trafficking
  • To assist women in resolving problems and developing life skills through the provision of safety planning, support, information, signposting and advocacy.
  • To establish and promote an effective working relationship with partner agencies, both statutory and voluntary, to further the support available to our client group.
  • To support women with information to enable them to decide if they wish to enter the NRM process.
  • To support women following their period of NRM support in accessing further supports to avoid re-victimisation.
  • To support women who have Leave to Remain in the UK to access permanent housing, welfare benefits, education, employment and volunteering opportunities.

This post is restricted to female applicants under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1.

How to apply:

For more information and to apply, please visit: www.ashianasheffield.org/careers/humberside-outreach-worker


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Job title: Project development officer - no recourse to public funds [NRPF]
Organisation: Ashiana Sheffield
Location: Office based Sheffield, working across South Yorkshire with occasional regional and national travel.
Salary: £21,000-23,000 pa [pro rata] dependent on experience
Additional information: Full time, 37 hours per week.
Closing date: 5pm on 14 November 2018

Summary:

This post is restricted to female applicants under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1.

Job purpose

  • To provide support to Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee [BAMER] women who have experienced or are at risk of experiencing violence and abuse including: domestic abuse, forced marriage, female genital mutilation, human trafficking and ‘honour’ based violence.
  • To manage a case load and support the Programme Development Manager and Refuge Lead in the effective development and delivery of high quality NRPF support, information and advice services.
  • To support clients with No Recourse to Public Funds [NRPF] whose immigration condition restricts access to public funds, including many mainstream benefits such as welfare and housing; ensuring women access their rights and entitlements.
  • To gather information and raise awareness of the issues at a local and national level to affect policy change and commissioning practices.
  • To ensure good joint working practices are established and maintained with relevant parties.


How to apply:

For more information and to apply, please visit: www.ashianasheffield.org/careers/project-development-officer-no-recourse-to-public-funds-nrpf


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Job title: Sessional outreach worker - various regions
Organisation: Ashiana Sheffield
Location: South Yorkshire, East Midlands, Humberside, West Yorkshire and the North East
Salary: £9.61 per hour rising to £10.91
Additional information: Sessional hours. Outreach work across the Region with regular regional, cross regional and occasional national travel.
Closing date: 5pm on 14 November 2018

Summary:

This post is within the Anti Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Team, aiming to offer high quality support and outreach services to women who have experienced human trafficking and modern slavery across the region.

Job purpose

  • To support clients to access their entitlements as potential victims of trafficking.
  • To assist clients in resolving problems and developing life skills through the provision of safety planning, support, information, signposting and advocacy.
  • To establish and promote an effective working relationship with partner agencies, both statutory and voluntary, to further the support available to our client group.
  • To promote independent living and make timely referrals to move-on accommodation or resettlement support.
  • To assist service users to exit human trafficking and modern slavery situations in a safe and positive way.

This post is restricted to female applicants under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1.

How to apply:

For more information and to apply, please visit: www.ashianasheffield.org/careers/sessional-outreach-worker-various-regions



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Job title: West Yorkshire area lead - anti human trafficking and modern slavery
Organisation: Ashiana Sheffield
Location: Based in Leeds, with regular regional and occasional national travel.
Salary: £23,000-£25,000 pa
Additional information: Full time, 37 hours per week.
Closing date: 5pm on 14 November 2018

Summary:

This post is within the Anti Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Team, aiming to offer high quality support and outreach services to women who have experienced human trafficking and modern slavery across the region.

Key tasks

  • Support and line-manage support workers to provide a high quality front-line service to women affected by Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery, ensuring that Ashiana’s values, policies and procedures are embedded into service delivery;
  • Receive referrals from relevant agencies and allocate cases to workers appropriately;
  • Oversee rota systems and ensure all aspects of the service are adequately covered;
  • To ensure good joint working practices are established and maintained with relevant parties.
  • Attend partnership meetings and deputise for Service Manager as required;
  • Assist the Service Manager to develop new services in line with women’s needs;
  • Ensure that service targets are met, and that internal and funder monitoring requirements are achieved.

This post is restricted to female applicants under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1.

How to apply:

For more information and to apply, please visit: www.ashianasheffield.org/careers/west-yorkshire-area-lead


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Job title: West Yorkshire outreach worker
Organisation: Ashiana Sheffield
Location: Leeds, with regular regional, cross regional and occasional national travel.
Salary: £18,500 - £21,000
Additional information: Full time, 37 hours per week.
Closing date: 5pm on 14 November 2018

Summary:

This post is within the Anti Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Team, aiming to offer high quality support and outreach services to women who have experienced human trafficking and modern slavery across the region.

Job purpose

  • To support clients to access their entitlements as potential victims of trafficking
  • To assist clients in resolving problems and developing life skills through the provision of safety planning, support, information, signposting and advocacy.
  • To establish and promote an effective working relationship with partner agencies, both statutory and voluntary, to further the support available to our client group.
  • To promote independent living and make timely referrals to move-on accommodation or resettlement support.
  • To assist service users to exit human trafficking and modern slavery situations in a safe and positive way.

This post is restricted to female applicants under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1.

How to apply:

For more information and to apply, please visit: www.ashianasheffield.org/careers/west-yorkshire-outreach-worker


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