Migrant Help is recruiting Trustees

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Migrant Help is recruiting Trustees

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Unremunerated, reasonable expenses will be paid

Location: London, Dover and nationwide

Supporting documents: Trustee Role DescriptionMessage from our Chair of TrusteesTerms and Conditions.

Migrant Help, is looking to augment, grow and diversify its Board recruiting three new trustees to participate in the next exciting phase of our development.

We are also looking for applicants to join the Board of our social enterprise – Clear Voice and help shape its strategic direction and business development.

Migrant Help is a national charity offering support, guidance and accommodation to vulnerable migrants across the UK.

We are looking for individuals with expertise in three particular areas:

  • Knowledge of the UK refugee sector: lived experience, policy, service delivery and/or partnership working;
  • Background in Human Resources, Charity Governance or Safeguarding; and
  • Expertise in social finance and/or social enterprise, experienced in business development and growth, and with knowledge of different funding models for charities.

We are particularly, though not exclusively, interested in individuals who can bring experience of being a refugee or migrant into the UK, either recently or in past generations. We would also welcome applicants with an understanding of public sector commissioning at a national, regional or local level; and experience and/or understanding of the support and care of victims of trafficking.

Most importantly, of course, you will share our commitment to support refugees and asylum seekers facing challenges, in the UK.

If you are interested to help us to continue to grow and evolve, please submit your CV and a covering letter (no more than two pages long) via email to [email protected]igranthelpuk.org.

Closing date for applications: 10 July 2019