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Assistant Caseworker

Location: Helen Bamber Foundation office, London

Responsible to: Head of Counter-Trafficking and Housing & Welfare lead

Commitment: Full-time, until the end of December 2018 – may be extended

Salary: £21,000

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Counter-Trafficking and Welfare & Housing Casework Services which operate within HBF’s vibrant, multi-disciplinary team.  The successful candidate will be working alongside human rights professionals from a wide range of fields and disciplines.  The role is divided between the Counter-Trafficking and the Welfare and Housing teams. The purpose of the role is to support the Head of Counter Trafficking and the Housing & Welfare Lead to support, assist and safeguard our clients who are victims of trafficking and work on the prevention of social deprivation by increasing clients’ socio-economic well-being.

Please send your CV and short Cover Letter (please refer to the role and person specification) outlining your relevant skills and experience to

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Grants Manager

Location: Helen Bamber Foundation office, London

Responsible to: Head of Fundraising & Marketing

Hours: Full-time (40 hours per week)

Salary: Up to £34,000 (negotiable)

Benefits: 25 days holiday plus 3% matched pension contribution

This exciting role is responsible for raising funds from charitable trusts and foundations, which accounts for approximately 50% of HBF’s total annual income. We are looking for an ambitious trust and foundations fundraiser with a proven track record of raising significant funds from charitable foundations who, alongside our existing team, will help to grow and develop this area of fundraising.

Please submit an up to date C.V. and a short covering letter outlining how your skills and experience match the listed duties, responsibilities and person specification to Gareth Holmes, Head of Fundraising and Marketing at by 5pm on Monday 29th January. First interviews will be held the week commencing 5th February.  Please note exceptional candidates may be contacted before the deadline.

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We are a London-based charity which supports people who have experienced extremes of human cruelty, such as torture or human trafficking, and who are refugees and asylum seekers. We work to meet the complex needs of our clients through our model of integrated care and our aim is to foster a wider sense of belonging and a safe space for what our founder Helen called “creative survival”.