The Foundation’s subsidiary charity, Justice Collaborations, is recruiting for a new post to lead its first grants programme.
This is an exciting opportunity for an exceptional candidate to lead the new Justice Together Initiative to support people to access justice in the UK immigration system.
|Salary:||£55,000 – £65,000 for 35 hours/week depending on experience|
|Location:||Based in Central London but flexible, job-share and part-time options considered|
|Closing date:||12pm, 24th March 2020|
|Interviews:||1st or 2nd April 2020
Due to the current situation with COVID-19, we will be flexible about the dates of interview, which we will need to undertake via video conference or telephone
The Justice Together Initiative will launch in summer 2020 aiming to ensure that people who use the UK immigration system can access justice and thrive. The Initiative will invest in quality, free legal advice and national policy advocacy to support the lawful and fair functioning of immigration, nationality and asylum processes.
Over the next five years, more than £8 million of new funding has been committed by founding funders including Paul Hamlyn Foundation, AB Charitable Trust, Barrow Cadbury Trust, Comic Relief, Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust, Unbound Philanthropy, Trust for London and Tudor Trust, with others likely to join. The Initiative is hosted by Justice Collaborations.
The Head of Justice Together is critical to the success of this work. We are seeking an exceptional candidate to lead the initiative, taking overall responsibility for the implementation of the strategy, which will be developed with the legal and migration sectors, with directly affected communities, and the contributing funders.
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