Bristol Refugee & Asylum Seeker Partnership (BRASP) recruitment: Online information session

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Bristol Refugee & Asylum Seeker Partnership (BRASP)

BRASP was set up just before the Covid-19 pandemic and is an innovative partnership of 16 Bristol organisations. Its vision is that all refugees and asylum seekers enjoy healthy and fulfilling lives in Bristol, have a voice and their needs are met by an effective, unified and sustainable sector.

The partnership comprises: Aid Box Community, Ashley Community Housing, Borderlands, Bridges for Communities, Bristol City of Sanctuary, Bristol Hospitality Network, Bristol Refugee Festival, Bristol Refugee Rights, Bristol Signing Support Group, British Red Cross, The Haven, Project Mama, Refugee Council, Refugee Women of Bristol, Southern Brooks, and Trauma Foundation South West.

The partnership has secured 12 months’ funding to build on its work during the pandemic and further develop Lived Experience Leaders, combined services and protocols. 

BRASP is seeking three people to join the team for 12-month fixed term contracts. We are looking for 3 individuals with good communication skills, commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion, and excellent interpersonal skills. 

Partnership Development Officer Partnership Services Coordinator Refugee Participation Officer
To support and develop Bristol Refugee & Asylum Seeker Partnership (BRASP) as an effective and sustainable partnership.  To coordinate and develop Bristol Refugee & Asylum Seeker Partnership (BRASP) services.  To support and develop Lived Experience Leaders in the Bristol Refugee and Asylum Seeker Partnership (BRASP).

37 hours per week

NJC point 26 £30,451 per annum

37 hours per week

NJC point 26 £30,451 per annum

26.25 hours per week

Pro-rata - £21,315 per annum. NJC point 26 £30,451 per annum.

To be employed by Voscur (support and development organisation for Bristol’s community sector).  To be employed by Bristol Refugee Rights founding member of BRASP and largest local provider of services for asylum seekers and refugees in Bristol.

If you would like to discuss these roles, please call: 

  • Mark Hubbard 0117 909 9949 for Partnership Development Officer
  • Beth Wilson 07704 291 171 for Partnership Services Coordinator and Refugee Participation Officer

Sign up to this online information session to find out more about these roles.

When
November 23rd, 2021 12:30 PM through  1:30 PM