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Fife Migrants Forum - Manager
Created: 06/05/2021, Updated: 27/05/2021
Hours: 25 per week
Salary: £28,800 (pro rata)
Contract: 6 months, with possible extension pending funding
Fife Migrants Forum is looking to recruit a new Manager. The main purpose of the job is to manage the day-to-day work of the advice team / Community Support staff, (paid and unpaid); offering advice and assistance to members of the public within the remit of the organisation’s activities. The service has a particular emphasis on offering advice to the migrant community and case-managing the involvement of mainstream
multiagency interventions to resolve issues. The agency is also committed to work with and within communities towards social cohesion and better integration of migrants within communities across Fife.
To work with the board to design a strategy and contribute to normal business planning, whilst identifying and developing services to meet emerging need. To assist FMF in developing a Human Rights approach to advice and community practices. In particular, the manager will be responsible for the support, supervision, development and performance of the team and be responsible for the delivery of efficient and effective services; high quality, cost effective, customer focused, and in accordance with Fife Migrants Forum aims and objectives.
If you are interested in this position, please send your CV and covering letter to [email protected].The closing date for submission is 13 June 2021.
Interview date: w/c 21 June 2021.
Fife Migrants Forum is a registered Scottish charity serving as an information discovery point, primarily, but not exclusively, to members from migrant and ethnic minority communities in Fife.
FMF provides the following services: a multi-lingual advice and information service, advocacy and casework support, employability support, financial inclusion, personal development opportunities and community development. FMF also works in collaboration with mainstream service providers and other third sector organisations’ to provide tailored support to our client groups.