Job vacancies in the migration sector

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: Employer engagement manager

Migration Yorkshire - Leeds City Council: Integration strategy manager

Migration Yorkshire - Leeds City Council: Integration and partnerships officer

Migration Yorkshire - Leeds City Council: Administrative and information officer



Job title: Administrative and information officer
Organisation: Migration Yorkshire - Leeds City Council
Location: Leeds
Salary: 22,183.00 - £24,491.00 per annum
Additional information: 37 hours per week. Fixed term until 31 December 2022.
Closing date: 11:30 pm on 08 December 2020

Summary:

We are looking for an experienced administrator to provide high quality administrative support for Migration Yorkshire. The post holder will have a key role in ensuring that the office runs smoothly and will be a first point of contact, ensuring that partner organisations, service users, the public and other stakeholders get a welcoming and professional response to enquiries. They will help organise meetings and events and assist with information work, from maintaining records and evidence to website administration.

This role requires a flexible approach and a can-do attitude. It is important that the post holder provides excellent customer service and maintains good working relationships with colleagues, project partners and a range of other external organisations in the voluntary, public and private sectors.

The post is funded through ‘Refugee Integration Yorkshire and Humber’ which provides comprehensive support to improve the integration of refugees, with a strategic approach and front-line services, underpinned by research, evidence and refugee participation. Refugee Integration Yorkshire and Humber will deliver a regional strategy with commitments from all partners, galvanise key services, employers and civil society, produce robust research, and provide local one-to-one support and opportunities for individual refugees.

The project is managed by Migration Yorkshire and delivered across the Yorkshire and Humber region through a partnership of statutory and third sector organisations. The project is part funded by the European Union Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund.  

For more information and to apply visit the Leeds City Council jobs and careers website.




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Job title: Employer engagement manager
Organisation: Migration Yorkshire - Leeds City Council
Location: Leeds
Salary: £32,910.00 - £35,745.00 per annum
Additional information: 37 hours per week. Fixed term until 31 December 2022
Closing date: 11:30 pm on 08 December 2020

Summary:

We are looking for an experienced and knowledgeable professional is to coordinate the employer engagement service at Migration Yorkshire which will enhance refugee integration across the Yorkshire and Humber region with better outcomes for refugees and employers.

This role will develop and support new partnerships with employers to generate employment and mentoring opportunities, corporate social responsibility activities and active engagement from employers in a new coordinated strategic approach to refugee integration in Yorkshire and Humber. The employer engagement manager will work closely with Migration Yorkshire colleagues and external cross-sector organisations to achieve a coordinated approach to employer engagement across our projects and more broadly in the refugee/ migration sector.

The post is funded through ‘Refugee Integration Yorkshire and Humber’ which provides comprehensive support to improve the integration of refugees, with a strategic approach and front-line services, underpinned by research, evidence and refugee participation. Refugee Integration Yorkshire and Humber will deliver a regional strategy with commitments from all partners, galvanise key services, employers and civil society, produce robust research, and provide local one-to-one support and opportunities for individual refugees.

The project is managed by Migration Yorkshire and delivered across the Yorkshire and Humber region through a partnership of statutory and third sector organisations. The project is part funded by the European Union Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund.  

For more information and to apply visit the Leeds City Council jobs and careers website.




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Job title: Integration and partnerships officer
Organisation: Migration Yorkshire - Leeds City Council
Location: Leeds
Salary: £32,910.00 - £35,745.00 per annum
Additional information: 37 hours per week, fixed term until 31 December 2022
Closing date: 11:30 pm on 08 December 2020

Summary:

We are looking for an experienced professional, with significant knowledge of migration and integration issues and the ability to work in partnership with a range of organisations.

The purpose of this post is to support Local Authorities and other key partners in their work on migration locally, and collectively at sub-regional and regional levels. This will include support across a range of strategic and operational issues. The responsibilities of the role apply to all integration and partnership officers, and a broad understanding of migration and an ability to adapt to the specific requirements of the assigned role are required.

The post is funded through ‘Refugee Integration Yorkshire and Humber’ which provides comprehensive support to improve the integration of refugees, with a strategic approach and front-line services, underpinned by research, evidence and refugee participation. Refugee Integration Yorkshire and Humber will deliver a regional strategy with commitments from all partners, galvanise key services, employers and civil society, produce robust research, and provide local one-to-one support and opportunities for individual refugees.

The project is managed by Migration Yorkshire and delivered across the Yorkshire and Humber region through a partnership of statutory and third sector organisations. The project is part funded by the European Union Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund.  

For more information and to apply visit the Leeds City Council jobs and careers website.




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Job title: Integration strategy manager
Organisation: Migration Yorkshire - Leeds City Council
Location: Leeds
Salary: £38,890.00 - £41,881.00 per annum
Additional information: 37 hours per week, fixed term until 31st December 2022.
Closing date: 11:59 pm on 08 December 2020

Summary:

We are looking for an experienced and motivated leader to implement the refugee integration strategy for the Yorkshire and Humber region. This will include establishing refugee integration structures across the region, developing further the strategy, and leading the ‘whole-society’ approach to integration.

This role requires a strategic manager with expertise in integration, to lead and develop partnerships across the region and across sectors. This involves strategic and analytical thinking, continual development and an ability to create and maintain good relationships to achieve collective change.

The post is funded through ‘Refugee Integration Yorkshire and Humber’ which provides comprehensive support to improve the integration of refugees, with a strategic approach and front-line services, underpinned by research, evidence and refugee participation. Refugee Integration Yorkshire and Humber will deliver a regional strategy with commitments from all partners, galvanise key services, employers and civil society, produce robust research, and provide local one-to-one support and opportunities for individual refugees.

The project is managed by Migration Yorkshire and delivered across the Yorkshire and Humber region through a partnership of statutory and third sector organisations. The project is part funded by the European Union Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund.

For more information and to apply visit the Leeds City Council jobs and careers website.




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