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Job ad: Immigration Casework Coordinator, The Unity Project


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The Unity Project is recruiting two immigration casework coordinators

The Unity Project (TUP) supports people who are facing poverty and homelessness because their immigration status allows them ‘no recourse to public funds’ (NRPF). We believe NRPF should not exist and we are working to end it. In the meantime, we assist people in crisis to access public funds through the ‘Change of Conditions’ application process.

We are seeking to recruit two experienced, committed and empathetic immigration casework coordinators to join our dedicated team of casework staff and volunteers. They will be responsible for providing an excellent and compassionate service to applicants and supporting the professional development and personal wellbeing of our volunteer team.

The Job Description and Person Specification is here.

Please click here for further details and to apply (deadline Friday 26 January). We have decided to ask people to apply via the Charity Job website as this enables anonymous shortlisting. However, if you have any issues at all applying through Charity Job, please do feel free to contact us via recruitment@unity-project.org.uk

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