Settled has vacancies for 2 immigration advisers interested in setting up new services for EU citizens in Scotland and North West England.
The deadline for applications to the EU Settlement Scheme has just passed — now the real work begins! Late applications, refused applications, requests for family members to join, transitions from ‘pre-settled’ to ‘settled’ status, problems proving entitlements, and more. Demand exceeds the capacity of Settled’s 100+ multi-lingual volunteers & small dedicated staff team. Substantial new grant-funding makes it possible for us to advertise the following 2 posts:
- Firstly, an Immigration Advice Manager (Scotland), 3 days a week, fte £34,000 pa to manage own caseload, manage a small team of OISC Level 2 volunteers, manage 2 staff at partner organisation Citizens Rights Project, provide mutual support to Settled’s team and work positively with local providers.
- Secondly, a Senior Immigration Adviser (North West England), 3 days a week, fte £32,000 pa to manage own caseload, manage a small team of OISC Level 2 volunteers, provide mutual support to Settled’s team and work positively with local providers.
Both posts require proactive, well-organised and resilient individuals with ability to provide immigration advice at OISC Level 2, excellent management and collaboration skills, integrity and sensitivity.
To apply, please submit via Charity Job a CV and a cover letter. The cover letter should reflect the requirements in the Person Specification (which is in the Job Description document above).
If you wish you can complete an equal opportunities form. You can either submit this with your application or send it separately to the email address on the form.
Settled believes that EU citizens who have made their home in the UK should be allowed to continue to do so lawfully, safely and successfully.
Settled works to support the rights and wellbeing of EU citizens in the UK so that they can continue to live, work and be united with their families, and to reduce the many risks associated with being here unlawfully or unwelcome, following the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.
Closing date: 2 August 2021