Migrants Organise's Community Programme provides practical support, advocacy and training for refugees and migrants. We support about 500 individuals and their families per year. Our holistic approach includes advice services, group-work and mentoring with a particular focus on supporting vulnerable refugees and migrants.
We provide casework support including advice on housing, welfare benefits, community care, education, asylum support, immigration and employment. Migrants Organise is OISC registered and we work with an immigration barrister who provides weekly immigration advice sessions to our members.
We are looking for someone with experience of working with refugees or other vulnerable groups, and a strong commitment to equality, human rights and justice. A sound understanding of mental health problems – be that through personal experience, or previous job role – is highly desirable.
Migrants Organise is an equal opportunities employer. We strongly encourage people with the personal experience of migration and/or a refugee background to apply for this post. If you would like to discuss further or would like to talk through the role before applying, please contact us directly (details in the job application).
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