Manchester, Greater Manchester
Job description

This role offers an exciting opportunity to come alongside survivors of modern slavery as a mentor in the community as they establish life in Greater Manchester. Mentors will help to model healthy community within a structured relationship alongside modelling how to establish goals, giving practical advice (attending appointments, navigating transport etc) and helping celebrate successes.

This mentor relationship will be established within a group of three (a ‘trio’) with 2 mentors assigned to every individual survivor. Within the ‘trio’ (2:1) a community integration goal is set. The 2 mentors come alongside an individual to help them achieve their goal over a period of a year. The role will include regular meet-ups and working with clients to give them tools to navigate a pathway to their goal.

As one of our volunteers, you will receive specialised training and regular support from our Community Hub team.

Please follow the link and click on Anti-Trafficking and Modern Slavery for more information and to apply.

Posted on: 18 July 2019
Closed date: 16 October 2019
Tags: Advice, Information, Advocacy