Job vacancies in the migration sector

Community Fundraising and Communications Coordinator

Location: LASSN office (22-23 Blayds Yard Leeds LS1 4AD)

Salary: NJC Scale SO1 SCP23 – SCP25 pro rata (£19,072 – £20,183 actual)

Hours: 22 hours a week

Closing date for applications: 9am Monday 23rd June 2024

Interviews: will be held on Tuesday 9th July 2024

This post is funded from LASSN’s unrestricted reserves and is offered on a fixed-term contract for 12 months. The future of this role will depend on the success of the post holder in securing funds to pay for their role beyond this fixed term and the value the role has added to LASSN’s work.

The Community Fundraising and Communications Coordinator will:

  • lead on LASSN’s Community Fundraising – responsible for developing and delivering a community fundraising strategy that maximises the amount of funds generated by volunteers and supporters, local community groups and individuals.
  • Lead on the implementation (and review) of LASSN’s communications strategy – ensuring that:
  • LASSN’s staff, volunteers and experts by lived experience, are central to the production and promotion of LASSN’s key messages.
  • The work and impact of LASSN are shared effectively with key audiences.
  • It supports and enhances LASSN’s fundraising efforts.

 

Employing Body: Christ Church Armley Community Projects Ltd (CCACP)

Job vacancy: Meeting Point Project Manager - supporting asylum seekers and refugees

Location: Christ Church, Upper Armley, Leeds LS12

Salary: £31,364 pro rata (NJC pay scale, point 22)

Type of contract: Permanent post

Hours: 21 hours per week

Closing date for applications: Midnight on Sunday, 30 June 2024.

This is an exciting opportunity to manage a long established and highly valued service for asylum seekers and refugees.

You will be responsible for organising and leading the effective and safe running of CCACP weekly drop ins creating a space where people from different backgrounds experience a sense of community, belonging, loving friendship and acceptance which embraces religious and cultural diversity.

Please email claire.h@ccacp.org.uk for the Application pack containing the job description, person specification, background information and the application form.