Salary: £18,500 – £21,000 (dependent on experience)
Full-time – 37 hours per week
Ashiana Sheffield works with Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) women, children and young people to escape violence and abuse and specialise in those areas of abuse which are most prevalent within BAMER communities such as domestic and sexual abuse, forced marriage, female genital mutilation, human trafficking, gang violence and ‘honour’-based violence. The aim of our work is to increase life opportunities to enable those that are vulnerable to move away from the risk of violence and into safe, stable and happier futures.
We are looking for committed individuals to provide outreach support to victims of human trafficking and modern slavery (HTMS) who are living in the wider community. The support will be provided to clients living in the following regions:
North West / other regions (essential car-user)
Successful candidates will be locality-based.
You should be aware of the realities and impacts of HTMS, the legislation affecting this group and help identify agencies and individuals who could provide appropriate support.
You should have excellent IT skills and experience of working with management information systems/processes would be an advantage. Excellent communication skills are essential.
Experience of working with BAMER groups in a professional or voluntary capacity or an evidence of passion for and commitment to support BAMER clients is desirable.
This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone who would like to develop their support and engagement skills within BAMER communities and development skills across a range of sectors to support a leading local charity and improve the quality of life of some of the UK’s most vulnerable women and children.
Closing date: Monday 28th July 2017, 5.00pm
For an informal discussion about these posts, please call Rachel Mullan-Feroze on 0114 2555740
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