Newport Mind: Project Worker Supporting Vulnerable People with the European Union Settlement Scheme

Closing date:
Interview Date:
Merthyr and the Valleys
NJC Pt. 15 - 22 £22,911 - £26,317
to March 31st 2020

About the role

An exciting role with a high degree of autonomy, requiring the ability to work imaginatively and on your own initiative across a large geographical area from a base in a local Mind association as well as working from venues of other organisations and services, working from home, lone working and agile working.

Newport Mind has funding to provide support to people with mental health problems, women with experience of domestic abuse and older people across Wales to apply for European Union Settled Status through

  • Awareness raising
  • Information provision
  • Improved understanding
  • Equipment/digital provision
  • Language Support
  • An End-to-end service

Ensuring compliance with Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) requirements.

Application Form  Job Description

Completed applications must be returned by email to [email protected]

Applications by CV will not be accepted

Closing Date: 10am Monday 2nd September 2019

Interviews to be held on Wednesday 18th September in Merthyr and the Valleys Mind

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