ASH Project Manager

Community Infosource

ASH Project Manager

Salary Not Specified

Community Infosource, Merchant City, Glasgow City

  • Part time
  • Permanent
  • Onsite working

Posted 4 days ago, 10 Jul | Get your application in now to be included in the first week's applications.

Closing date: Closing date not specified

job Ref: bf7a27b352c0449893c2d810f21d7cc6

Full Job Description

Community InfoSource (CIS) is looking for a key person with a passion for working within an organisation led by people seeking asylum and refugees, which works to help people seeking asylum to secure their rights and be empowered to support others. The ASH Project Manager will ensure this well establish and highly respected project continues to achieve it s aims. The person should be committed to a human rights ethos and to CIS s values. An interview is guaranteed to anyone with lived experience of the UK asylum system who fulfils the essential criteria of the person specification. An interview is guaranteed to anyone with a disability who fulfils the essential criteria of the person specification. The aim of this post: is to ensure the smooth running and effective operation of the ASH project in providing housing support to asylum seekers, maintaining project sustainability, including fundraising, and further developing CIS s ability to bring positive change on housing for asylum seekers. is to provide support to the Board, to ensure the smooth running of the organisation. Community InfoSource has secured funding for this post from two funders for 21 hours a week for a minimum of 1 year. Thereafter it is subject to successful fundraising. We are also negotiating an increase of one day a week for this post, for this year. Phone: if you require more information about the post or wish to discuss it, None specified

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We work with communities and individuals so that they can realise their potential and become integrated more quickly. Our focus is on minority ethnic, migrant and refugee communities - including people who are survivors of abuse, persecution, torture, and trafficking. Our vision is a diverse and inclusive Scotland where everyone is supported to contribute and participate.