Support our work
Volunteers are invaluable to Migrant Action and the work we do. Your passion, selfless sacrifice and range of skills, experiences and talent would undoubtedly make a positive difference to the organisation and the people we work with and support. We welcome you to our young organisation and would be happy to work together.
Join our Steering Committee
Help guide our strategic direction and shape ‘service’ delivery. If you are passionate about migrant rights and social justice and have expertise in either Fundraising, business development, immigration law, communications, operations management and Strategic planning we would be delighted to have you within our organisation.
Be a ‘Friend’ of Migrant Action
If you share our values and are passionate about our our work, we would like you to become a ‘Friend’ and ambassador for Migrant Action and help promote our work. There is no fee nor obligations, you will shape the nature of your ‘friendship’ with Migrant Action.
You can also support our work through one off or regular donations to help us meet our commitment to vulnerable migrants especially those in crisis situations including the destitute. Please click on the donate button on the home page. ( We are a member project of the Leeds Christian Community Trust- They handle donations and Gift Aid for us, but we operate as an independent project). Thank you for your support.
We are currently recruiting for and advocacy & Integration worker (fixed term contract for 21hrs p/w for 6 months. See full job advert below;
Vacancy: Advocacy & Integration worker (21 hrs a week- Fixed term for 6 months)
Salary £ 23,080 pro rata (NJC Scale 5)
Migrant Action is an Advocacy and Rights based organization set up with the aim of ensuring migrants rights and justice. We also aim to challenge and transform the structures that underpin injustices and inequalities inherent in the immigration system. Our work also aims to empower and enable migrants to integrate and lead fulfilling lives. Migrant Action works with migrants who have fallen through the cracks of the immigration system including (but not restricted to) stateless people, those who have been unable to regularise their status, those on temporary visas and EU migrants. We work to ensure equity of rights and justice for migrants, and although the primary focus of our work is not with asylum seekers and refugees, we do signpost them to appropriate agencies.
The post requires a high degree of flexibility, adaptability and sound experience of working with migrants
Application deadline: Thursday 30th November 2020 5pm
Interviews: Friday 4th December 2020 (via zoom)
For a full Job Description please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please apply with your CV and a covering letter (preferably not more than 500 words) of how you feel you meet the Job Specification, and email to email@example.com
If you would like to find out more about the post, please email or phone 01138330991/07787744993 (we are not working in the office at present but if you leave a message stating your name and telephone number I will aim to get back to you within 48hrs)
If you are a refugee and interested in this role, RETAS offers employability support to help refugees access employment opportunities. If you would need such support to help in this process, please email RETAS on firstname.lastname@example.org