JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Research & Policy Worker 

 
Salary : £28,922 incl. London Weighting (NJC Scale : SO2/PO. Spinal Column Point : 34)
 

Reporting to : The Co-ordinator

 
Responsible for : Volunteers and interns as appropriate

 
Job Purpose : Produce research from medical and related evidence demonstrating the impact of immigration detention on detainees, the extent of poor medical treatment and harm caused to detainees, and undertake policy work to effect lasting change.
 
Working hours : Full time
 
Where based : In the Medical Justice office near Finsbury Park, London, with flexibility to work at home some of the time, subject to duties required and prior agreement.
 
Length of contract : 2 years, with renewal if funding available. The probation period is 6 months
 
Holidays : 27 days per annum plus statutory bank holidays
 

Closing date : Tuesday 22nd April 2014

 
Interviews : Applicants will be notified by Thursday 24th April 2014 and interviews will held on Monday 28th April 2014

Detention Action – Advocacy Coordinator

This is a maternity cover post, with a four month fixed term contract.

The deadline for applications is 9am on Monday 24th March, with interviews on Tuesday 1st April.  Please see the attached pack for more information. advocacycoordinatorinformationpackMarch2014

 

French-speaking International Programme Manager for Doctors of the World UK

http://cs.mypbiz.com/careers-dotw-uk/5878-fmpt-international-programme-manager.aspx

 

 Freedom from Torture -

look at link for a range of jobs, volunteering  and intern opportunities

http://www.freedomfromtorture.org/working-for-us/vacancies

Look at the link below for a range of jobs available at the Camden Society

http://www.thecamdensociety.co.uk/getinvolved/workforus/currentvacancies

  

Please find link to more than 75 immigration jobs. 

https://jobs.civilservice.gov.uk/company/nghr/jobs.cgi

 

 

Free employment advice and support Are you from a refugee background and living in London? Are you looking for a job but don’t know where to start?

The Refugee Council can offer you:

  • Expert advice and support
  • Access to a range of employment workshops
  • Help with Job Search, CVs & interviews
  • Help understanding the UK working culture
  • Work experience opportunities
  • Support in finding a job that’s right for you

If you would like to find out more or meet one of the Employment Advisors, call them free on 0808 808 2252 or email rij@refugeecouncil.org.uk.

Good websites for development jobs include:

http://www.devnetjobs.org and http://www.charityjob.co.uk