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Salary Band C £33,000 - £35 000 starting salary depending on experience
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London, Greater London (On-site)
Salary Band C £33,000 - £35 000 starting salary depending on experience
Full-time or part-time (28-35 hours per week)
Job description

About Us 

Hibiscus Initiatives is a passionate, women-centred organisation, delivering high impact advocacy and advice services for more than 35 years to those at the intersection of the criminal justice and immigration systems. As an organisation, we have distinct expertise in working with marginalised migrant women in prison and in the community, and with detainees from all genders in immigration removals centres. 

Our holistic and trauma informed approach makes a real and lasting impact on women's lives - particularly those who have experienced prisons, international and community resettlement and trafficking.

We aim to make a difference within the criminal justice and immigration systems too by working with women and amplifying their own voices so their experience is recognised by those making policy decisions. 

Hibiscus adopts anti-racist, anti-oppression, and feminist principles and believes in the importance of nurturing a diverse team who can embody these principles.

We are committed to the wellbeing and development of our staff. We provide regular learning and development opportunities, wellbeing activities, clinical supervision, an Employee Assistance Program, critical illness and life assurance cover, and other benefits to support your wellbeing. 

About the Role 

We are recruiting for an experienced Community and Women’s Centre Manager to join our Community Team, which provides specialist, trauma-informed support to minoritized migrant women in the London area affected by immigration restrictions, the criminal justice system, and trafficking or modern slavery. 

The Community and Women’s Centre Manager will lead a team of project workers, overseeing all aspects of our community casework and managing the National Lottery funded Women’s Centre at Resource for London in Islington where we provide activities and support sessions. 

The post holder will work with the team to plan a programme of practical support, wellbeing and empowerment activities, and maintaining a safe, trauma-informed women-only environment and lead on monitoring and evaluation and reporting to funders. 

This post is restricted to women only as a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9 paragraph 1, Equality Act 2010. 

Salary Band C: £33 000 – £37 000 (FTE) 

*starting salary negotiable up to the mid-point of the band, depending on experience 



Full-time (4 days per week also considered) 

Hibiscus Head Office and Women’s Centre, Islington 

Flexibility to work from home 1 day per week 

Reporting to 
Head of Community and Criminal Justice Services 

About you 

We are particularly keen to attract talent from Black and minoritised communities and those with lived experience of immigration, the criminal justice systems, and/or gender-based violence.

Our ideal candidate will have a minimum of 2 years’ management experience in providing casework support, programme development and/or centre management or coordination experience. 

The candidate will have an understanding of one of more of Hibiscus’ key work areas – criminal justice, immigration and migrants’ rights, racial justice, and/or gender-based violence/gender justice, with substantial knowledge of the needs of migrant women who have been involved in the criminal justice system, are affected by immigration restrictions, and those who are survivors of human trafficking 

This is a big role and we understand you may not have experience in all of the areas covered. Please indicate in your cover letter which areas of the job description you are already experienced in, and any where you would need further support and development. The successful candidate will also have scope to develop senior roles within the team to support with one or more areas of responsibility. 

Application resources
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Posted on: 06 December 2023
Closing date: 05 January 2024 at 23:30
Tags: Fundraising,Social Care/Development,Management,Project Management,Advocacy,Volunteer Management

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