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SAVTE: ESOL training and curriculum development worker

Ashiana: Partnership and community coordinator - South Yorkshire anti modern slavery and human trafficking network

LASSN: Project support and admin officer

Job title: ESOL training and curriculum development worker
Organisation: SAVTE
Location: Sheffield
Salary: £23,111- £24,657
Additional information: 28 hours over 4 or 5 days. Fixed term contract until 31 December 2020.
Closing date: Midnight on 11 December 2018


This role will be part of the new Sheffield project for refugee integration and growth [SPRING] to welcome refugees into Sheffield. SPRING will help to address some of the gaps identified in the 2016 review of asylum needs.

The work will be based at City of Sanctuary Sheffield’s new city centre premises at The Sanctuary, creating the ‘one stop shop’ envisaged in the needs review. It will enable services and volunteers to coordinate activities and effectively signpost refugees, making their journey better supported and less stressful.

SAVTE are recruiting a highly motivated and experienced ESOL practitioner to join the project to design and deliver bespoke SAVTE ESOL courses, support the SAVTE volunteer training programme, and provide support and supervision to assigned volunteers who teach beneficiaries of the programme whether at home or in conversation groups at the City of Sanctuary.

This is a new role, and whilst it will be an integral part of the SAVTE Volunteer Programme, it brings new opportunities to develop bespoke ESOL courses for refugees which support their integration into Sheffield and UK life.

Applicants must have an ESOL qualification with a minimum of 2 years teaching experience in a range of community settings and can demonstrate that they share the community development values upon which SAVTE is built.

How to apply:

For more information and an application form, please visit:

Interviews will be held on 18 December 2018.

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Job title: Partnership and community coordinator - South Yorkshire anti modern slavery and human trafficking network
Organisation: Ashiana
Location: Sheffield
Salary: £22,000 pa [pro rata]
Additional information: Part time, 30 hours per week. 2 years fixed contract
Closing date: 5pm on 19 December 2018


This post will require someone who is able to work effectively in partnership with key stakeholders to develop further the multi-agency and community model. To provide excellent organisational and coordination skills with a strategic vision and approach.

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Job title: Project support and admin officer
Organisation: LASSN
Location: Leeds
Salary: £18,870 - £20,541 [pro rata - actual £8,160 - £8,883]
Additional information: 16 hours a week. Initially offered on a 12 month fixed-term contract.
Closing date: 9am on 02 January 2019


Leeds Asylum Seekers’ Support Network [LASSN] is looking for a project support officer to help their four volunteers managers with admin tasks, and to support the wider admin needs of LASSN.  

The chosen candidate will enjoy working flexibly in a small, friendly team, and will see this role as an opportunity to gain experience and understanding of work with asylum seekers and refugees, and volunteer management.

They will be confident working with IT [including Microsoft Office] and be willing to learn WordPress, CiviCRM and Quickbooks. At least 12 months experience of working in an office environment, and performing administrative tasks to a high level of quality and accuracy is essential.

A can-do approach, ability to see and solve problems and ability to complete tasks to agreed deadlines will play a key role in the smooth running of a team that values diversity, kindness, and high standards of support.

Refugees with relevant skills and experience are strongly encouraged to apply.

How to apply:
For more information and an application form, please visit:

Interviews will be held on Monday 14 January 2019.

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