Entraide has received a small grant from the Controlling Migration Fund to carry out an assessment that would look into current service provisions to unaccompanied asylum seeking children in Solihull, Warwickshire and Birmingham, identify any potential gaps and propose an action plan in order to meet any unmet needs. The role will involve consultations and focus groups with professionals working with UASC and with the young people themselves. The role needs to be carried out between 12th November and 21st December in conjunction with Entraide’s caseworker.
The ideal candidate has experience in qualitative research, is extremely organised, analytical, independent and resourceful.
To apply to the post, please download the Job Descriptions and Application Form below. Please send your completed application to email@example.com
The closing date for applications is Tuesday 6th November 12pm noon.
We are currently looking for a number of volunteers to support the vital work we do.
Volunteer Befrienders are matched to an individual asylum seeker or refugee. The aim for the volunteer is to support the person they are matched with
- to familiarise themselves with the local area,
- to help them integrate into the local community,
- to gain access to other services and
- to help alleviate the emotional stress caused by past trauma and the present asylum process.
Volunteers must be able to spare two to three hours per week on a flexible basis and some daytime availability is preferred even at weekends. Befriender matches vary in length of time. Volunteers must be able to commit to the role for a minimum of six months, attend regular supervision sessions and attend mandatory training.
We are based in Chelmsley Wood however, volunteers visit the clients in their own home so you must be prepared to travel some distance either by walking, car or public transport.
Homework Club Volunteers
Homework Club Volunteers will assist in running the homework club by helping co-run educational activities for young people and assisting with homework and educational tasks with other volunteers.
Time commitment : The Homework Club runs every Monday from 3.30-6.00pm. You will also be required to commit to regular supervision sessions with the Volunteer Coordinator and attend mandatory training.
Location : Entraide UK, Chelmsley Wood Baptist Church Centre, Hedingham Grove, Chelmsley Wood, Birmingham, B37 7TP.
Volunteer Interpreters support clients seeking advice by facilitating the flow of communication between clients with none/limited English and our advisors and where possible, interpreting written information
Time commitment : Our advisors make appointments during the week and will ask if you are free to support with interpreting. Volunteers will need to commit to regular supervision with the Volunteer Coordinator and attend mandatory training.
Languages needed :
- Arabic French
- Urdu Lingala
- Pashto Tigrinya
- Dari Kurdish
Location : Entraide UK – Chelmsley Wood, Solihull.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and an application pack.
Fundraise For Us.
Entraide devote every financial contribution we receive to meet the needs of the people we support. We undertake various projects here in the UK and in Africa all of which require financial and human resources. If you would like to organise a fundraising event to support our work here in the UK or in Africa, please contact us on 01217881087 or by email: email@example.com