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Our client, Migrant Help is a small Dover based charity that was established by Helen Ellis MBE in 1963. It exists to service the needs of distressed foreign nationals in the UK and currently operates the following services:
- Support to new asylum claimants in London
- Advice services to asylum claimants and refugees in Kent, Sussex and London
- Advice services to EU nationals in Kent and Suffolk
- Integration services for EU nationals in Kent and Suffolk
- Advice services for foreign national prisoners in Kent, Essex and Norfolk
- Support for the victims of human trafficking throughout the United Kingdom
There are plans to expand services further throughout the UK, including partnerships with the private sector.
They are looking to expand their Board of Trustees and are seeking new members in order to ensure that they have the appropriate strategic skills, range of expertise and new ideas to support their CEO and staff team effectively.
Becoming a trustee will give you the opportunity to use your enthusiasm, initiative, passion and experience to make a real difference in people’s lives. They are looking for people with a range of skills and experience, who may have worked in the public or private sectors. They are particularly looking for experience in Finance, Marketing, Human Resources and Information Technology.
Their Trustees meet for Board Meetings for approximately 3 hours, four times a year with two additional ‘Staff/Trustee Away Days’. Meetings are held alternately in Dover and Croydon.
This is a voluntary post and we will refund reasonable travel expenses.
They will be holding open days on the 16th June in Dover and on the 23rd June in Croydon and would welcome the opportunity to introduce you to their Charity and answer any questions you may have.
If you would like to receive an information pack, please click to apply now. You will then be sent details directly from the charity.
Migrant Helpline is an equal opportunities and disability aware employer who welcomes applications from those who consider themselves to be disabled.
No agencies please.