Central London, like many cities across the world, is an exciting and stimulating place. However, for some, it is a place to go when things have gone profoundly wrong and there is nowhere else. When people are on the edge, homeless, isolated and in despair there must be a place to turn. The Connection is there to be with people as they overcome that isolation, recover and move on to a meaningful, fulfilling life.
An exciting opportunity has become available to work as a Migration Coordinator. You will be providing specialist casework support to CSTM homeless migrant and refugee clients; line manage the Migration Adviser and volunteers; be responsible for maintenance of the organisation’s Level 2 OISC accreditation; and monitor and evaluate service delivery to demonstrate impact. The Migration Coordinator will ensure delivery of immigration casework, capacity building and service development activities to support CSTM to respond to migrant homelessness.
- This role requires someone with extensive experience of providing immigration advice and casework, with Level 2 OISC qualification
- Thorough understanding of OISC regulations and experience of liaising with OISC, managing audits and maintaining quality standards
- Experience of working jointly with other agencies and of building strong, effective partnerships
- An understanding of the causes of homelessness and the needs of and issues faced by homeless migrants
If you are interested in this rewarding role that comes with some really great benefits, please take a look at the job description and person specification here: https://www.charityjob.co.uk/immigration-jobs?jobId=719759
To apply, please submit a CV and cover letter highlighting how you meet the requirements of the role set out in the job description and person specification. Only candidates who provide this, and who meet the essential criteria within the person specification, will be considered for an interview.
Salary: £34,164 – £37,496 per year
Closing date: Wednesday 9th December 2020, 5pm
Interview date: Thursday 17th December 2020