London, Greater London
£30,507 pro-rata, per year
Contract, Part-time, Temporary
Job description

Want to make positive change for disaffected individuals? If so, join our team as a Campaign Officer to challenge unjust immigration policies

We are looking for an experienced Campaign Officer to drive forward our advocacy work with migrants and their families disadvantaged by Home Office refusals for indefinite leave to remain (ILR), and the subsequent impact for those with protected characteristics e.g. disabilities.

This exciting role will suit a candidate with the confidence and zeal to work alongside those with the lived experience to centre their voices, and with a range of stakeholders including legal professionals, and parliamentarians to move the campaign forward

The successful candidate will have a track record in policy/ research, political engagement and community engagement, and excellent interpersonal skills.  

The charity is looking for exceptional candidates with:

  • Commitment to upholding and advancing the rights of all migrants

  • Real vision as to how this can be done in the current political, social and economic climate 

  • Readiness to work with all groups and individuals who support the MRN mission, values and vision

This is a part-time post (3 days per week), funded by the Baring Foundation, provisionally beginning in August/September 2020 and running for 12 months. The salary will be  £30,507 per annum pro-rata.  In addition, MRN contributes 6% of salary to pensions.

Closing date for applications: 9am, 10 August 2020

Date for candidate interviews: 17 or 18 August 2020

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Migrants' Rights Network

Migrants’ Rights Network is a UK-based NGO that works alongside migrants in their fight for rights and justice.

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Posted on: 14 July 2020
Closed date: 20 August 2020
Job ref: MRN-CampaignRole
Tags: Campaigning, Policy/Research

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