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Counter-Trafficking Casework Coordinator

Full-time (37.5 hours per week); Open to job share applicants or part-time contracts
£27,000 per Annum for full-time
Responsible to
Counter-Trafficking Casework Manager
Counter-Trafficking Team
Bruges Place, 15-20 Baynes Street, London, NW1 0TF
Closing date
27 days annual Holiday, pension, sick scheme

The Counter-Trafficking Department and Programme operates within HBF’s vibrant, multi-disciplinary team. The Casework Coordinator works alongside the Counter-Trafficking Casework Manager, the Director of Counter-Trafficking & Publications, the Specialist Counter-Trafficking Legal Officer as well as other human rights professionals from a wide range of fields and disciplines in order to support survivors to work towards sustaining long-term recovery, social inclusion and re-building their lives. The Counter-Trafficking Programme is designed to assist and safeguard HBF’s clients, with the primary purpose of preventing re-trafficking and further forms of crime and harm through expert assessments, support and coordination and joint working with external agencies. The role of the coordinator is to ensure that clients who are victims of trafficking have detailed counter-trafficking assessments regular contact and appropriate safeguarding.  The coordinator will provide and assist with evidential documentation and make sure that clients are accompanied and/or sufficiently supported throughout the course of immigration, NRM, asylum and/or criminal justice procedures until they obtain official recognition and protection from the UK authorities and all other relevant professionals and bodies.

Please note that the successful candidate will already be able to work in the UK and will be offered the job subject to suitable references and a DBS check. This role will require disclosure of both the adult and child barring lists. If appointed, you will be required to give your consent to HBF to receive regular updates on your criminal records status throughout your employment.

We particularly welcome applications from those from Black, Asian, Minority-Ethnic, refugee and migrant backgrounds. 

Please submit an up-to-date CV and a short covering letter outlining how your skills and experience match the listed duties, responsibilities and person specification to by 9am on Tuesday 11th April 2023. First interviews will be held in the week commencing Monday 17th April. Please note that the role will be advertised on a rolling basis and exceptional candidates may be contacted before the deadline. Candidates must hold permission to work in the United Kingdom. 

Equal Opportunities

The Helen Bamber Foundation and Asylum Aid is an equal opportunities and Living Wage employer. We are committed to attracting and recruiting diverse candidates as we are keen to make sure that our staff, trustees, volunteers and ambassadors reflect the communities we serve and the wider community we work in at every level within the organisation. We particularly welcome applications from Minority Ethnicities.

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