“Thank you for being there when it felt like the whole world had forgotten me and for working hard for my release” Campsfield detainee
This is a short talk given by Kate Smart Director of Asylum Welcome at Weatley URC Church , January 2018.
Job vacancy: Detainee Support Service Co-ordinator
Would you like to make a difference to immigration detainees at Campsfield House?
Asylum Welcome is seeking a service co-ordinator to manage volunteers who visit detainees at Campsfield House and who provide advice and casework. The service aims to promote the safety of detainees, reduce isolation, enable them to understand and exercise their rights and make their voices heard.
You will possess empathy, sound judgement and experience of working in or managing a high-quality, volunteer-run service. You will understand the U.K. immigration system and how detention is used within it and be able to develop professional relationships that enable you to achieve positive outcomes.
Asylum Welcome encourages former detainees who are ‘experts by experience’ to consider applying for this position.
Hours: 15 hours a week over 3 days a week, with possibility of extended hours
Salary: £12,000 p.a. (pro rata £28,000 FTE)
Closing date: Sunday 31st December 2017
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Would you like to work at the heart of Asylum Welcome?
Asylum Welcome is seeking an experienced manager to co-ordinate and support our large community of 180 volunteers, celebrate their successes and replenish the pool with new recruits.
Based at our Welcome Centre in East Oxford, you will have a key role in Asylum Welcome’s small team of expert staff. You will supply our service managers with volunteers so they can sustain our busy, welcoming, high-quality services for asylum seekers, refugees and detainees.
With excellent people skills, you will need an organised approach, empathy and sound judgement.
Hours: 21 hours a week (3 days)
Salary: £16,500 p.a. (pro rata £27,500 FTE)
Closing date: midnight on Sunday 26th November 2017.