Job title: SENIOR IMMIGRATION ADVISER (Scotland and Wales)

Reporting to: Immigration Advice Manager

Duration: 35 hours/5 days a week (full time)

Location: Responsible for work in Scotland and Wales, working from home or
embedded in local services.

Salary: £33,250 p.a., initially an 18 month contract with expectation of extension.

Application closing date: Midnight, Monday 15th May

About Settled

Settled is a charity founded in 2019 to ensure that EEA and Swiss citizens who previously made a home in the UK could retain and exercise their rights here following the UK’s exit from the EU. Our work includes helping EU citizens and their families to secure their immigration status under the EU Settlement Scheme and supporting them to exercise their rights to live, work, access services, join family and travel freely in and out of the UK. We have a particular focus on the needs of vulnerable groups such as children, the elderly, Roma communities, and victims of trafficking.

In early 2022 our work expanded to include a new pre- and post- arrival advice service for people coming to the UK from Ukraine. Settled provides information, advice and support services throughout the UK via multilingual telephone helplines and online forums, and in person. It is registered to give immigration advice at OISC Level 3. A small staff team co-ordinates a multidisciplinary network of 100+ volunteers of different nationalities and languages.

To Apply

Please see the Job Description here, and email [email protected] with a CV and a covering letter which addresses how you meet the person specification.

We are bringing our rolling recruitment period to an end on Monday 15th May (midnight), so candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, and by that date at the latest.

Changes to pre-settled rules

The Home Office announced some changes to EUSS pre-settled status rules on 21st May.

Please do not contact Settled to ask about these changes until we are clearer, as otherwise our service may become overwhelmed.

It is important that we can continue to respond effectively to beneficiaries in need of urgent casework advice and support.
We are waiting for more detail, and will update our website information, Facebook forums, and leaflets as soon as possible. Many thanks for your patience and understanding.

The Home Office announcement is here.

We’re here to help you with your Settled Status to remain in the UK. We have 100 volunteers on hand who can provide advice in all EU lanaguages.

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