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At the Helen Bamber Foundation we have a great working culture that is rooted in personal and professional development for everyone. And by everyone, we mean everyone: clients, staff, volunteers and donors. Our work is challenging and we are not afraid of our commitment to excellence. We find motivation, strength and inspiration in one another to ensure all encompassing care for survivors of trafficking and torture. 

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Research Committee Members with Lived Experience

We are currently seeking two individuals who have lived experience of seeking asylum or another form of humanitarian protection and who have a keen interest in learning more about and contributing to research.

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Survivor Engagement and Activism Coordinator

The purpose of this role is to support the clients and graduates of the Helen Bamber Foundation to use their first-hand knowledge and experience to improve both practice and policy in the asylum and trafficking sectors.

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MS-COS Community of Practice Facilitator

This is an exciting opportunity to work with the Helen Bamber Foundation which is currently hosting the Modern Slavery Core Outcome Set Community of Practice, as well as the partners of the wider MSCOS study and Community of Practice project: Kings College London, Survivor Alliance, University of Nottingham Rights Lab and University of East London. 

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Housing and Welfare Casework Coordinator

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Housing & Welfare Department which operates within
HBF’s vibrant, multi-disciplinary team.

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Corporate and Philanthropy Executive

This exciting role will support on the delivery of income from a range of high-value donors within our philanthropy and corporate income streams.

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HR Administration Volunteer

As a complex and growing organisation, the work our Operations and HR team delivers is fast-paced and necessarily flexible.

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Volunteer GP (Female)

Survivors of torture and human cruelty often suffer a myriad of deeply entwined physical and psychological problems.

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Psychological and Psychiatric Medico-Legal Report Writing at the Helen Bamber Foundation

If you have psychological or psychiatric training and are interested in providing professional support to refugees and asylum seekers who have suffered torture and extreme human cruelty, you may be interested in our consultant opportunities for Medico-Legal Report (MLR) writing.

Please click here to find out more about MLR writing, before enquiring about vacancies.