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Migration Yorkshire [Leeds City Council]: Volunteer and community information coordinator

Job title: Volunteer and community information coordinator
Organisation: Migration Yorkshire [Leeds City Council]
Location: Leeds
Salary: PO2 £32,029 to £34,788
Additional information: Full-time, 37 hours per week [fixed term until 31 December 2020]
Closing date: 11.30 pm on 26 July 2019


Are you passionate about supporting refugee integration? Do you enjoy working with volunteers?

We’re looking for an experienced volunteer coordinator. You’ll develop a volunteer programme to recruit and support refugees to deliver training to key public services about ways to be more refugee-friendly. You’ll also explore opportunities for local communities and organisations to work together to improve everyone’s experiences of integration. You’ll be part of ‘Refugee Integration Yorkshire and Humber’, a project aiming to establish a new region-wide approach to integration. It’s co-funded by the European Union Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund.

Key skills and qualities:

  • Experience of managing volunteer projects and supporting volunteers.
  • Experience of successfully developing and delivering new projects.
  • Able to work collaboratively across teams and sectors.
  • Enthusiastic about the integration of migrants and about ensuring that Yorkshire and Humber benefits from migration.
  • Knowledge of the experiences, needs and issues of new refugees.

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