Refugee Delivery Lead

The Prince's Trust
Education & Training, Human Resources, Recruitment & Volunteer Mgt , Youth
Salary Details
£35,800.00 to £50,500.00 on location & experience
Contract Type
Hours per Week
35 Hours per week
Closing Date
Develop and lead our refugee support across the UK. Work with our delivery teams to develop existing, and build new, strategic partnerships with national and local organisations helping refugees rebuild their lives in the UK.

Job Description

The Prince's Trust has the ambition to be one of the most equal, diverse, and inclusive organisations serving young people and broadening our reach into a wide range of communities is part of that. 

You will develop existing, and build new, strategic partnerships with national and local organisations helping refugees rebuild their lives in the UK. As the recognised organisational specialist, you will work to increase colleagues’ knowledge, and understanding of working with refugees to enable them to realise their potential.

This role is perfect for you if you are a collaborator and can drive action across a large geography through influencing and working in partnership.

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Why we need a Refugee Delivery Lead

This year, we aim to help more than 50,000 young people, with three in four young people on our programmes, moving into work, education or training. The young people we help face a range of challenges, such as unemployment, mental health issues or some have been in trouble with the law. Our job is to inspire and support young people, to help them reach their potential so that they can thrive and society can prosper.  

We believe all young people should have the chance to succeed, and that young people are the key to a positive and prosperous future for all of us.

What you will do:

  • Ensure a coherent and strategic approach to supporting refugees to live, learn and earn through the Prince’sTrust’s programmes.
  • Continue to develop strategic partnerships with World Jewish Relief, Refugee Action and others with whom we have already made contact to ensure active referral pathways to programmes.
  • Identify and build partnerships with other relevant organisations and partners working with refugees across the UK to enable us to broaden our reach.
  • Capture and analyse information about where and how we are working with refugees and use that data to drive further improvement actions.
  • Provide insight into the needs of refugees so we can deliver more relevant and/or enhanced support and develop our programmes where required.
  • Provide advice and support to staff on how they can best reach and engage with refugees through outreach.
  • Ensuring that barriers to accessing our programmes for refugees are identified and addressed.
  • Work with Fundraising colleagues to identify and secure funding opportunities relevant to refugees.
  • Enhance colleagues’ understanding of the experiences of refugees through communication and learning opportunities, which will, in turn, improve the support we can offer.
  • Work with delivery colleagues to identify our existing work with refugees and identify new opportunities for delivery.

Perks for working at The Trust:

  • Great holiday package! 30 days annual leave entitlement, plus bank holidays. Office closure the days between Christmas and New Year
  • Fantastic Family leave! Receive 13 weeks full pay and 13 weeks half pay for maternity and adoption leave. Receive 8 weeks full pay for paternity leave.
  • Flexible working! Where operationally possible, you can work hours to fit in with, school hours or care arrangements for example and you can also work from home.
  • Interest-free season ticket loans
  • Benefits platform! Everything from health and financial wellbeing support to discounts on your favourite restaurants, shops and cinemas
  • In-house learning platform! Develop your skills for your career and your role
  • The Trust will contribute 5% of your salary to the Trust Pension Scheme
  • You can volunteer for and/or attend events – music festivals, The Prince’s Trust Awards, active events etc.
  • Generous life assurance cover (4 x annual salary)

Here at The Prince's Trust, we're committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. We want to be an organisation that's representative of the communities we serve, which is why we strive for diversity of age, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, ethnicity and perspective. Our goal is to create an environment where everyone, from any background, can be themselves and do the best work of their lives.

The Prince's Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. As part of th Nis commitment, we undertake basic disclosure checks in accordance with the Codes of Practice for all roles within the Trust, and for our roles working directly with young people, at an enhanced level. Having a criminal record will not automatically exclude applicants.

We’re a Stonewall Diversity Champion and we are an employer that is Disability Confident. Our staff, volunteers and young people are supported by PT CAN (our Cultural Awarenesetwork), PT GEN (Gender Equality Network), PT DAWN (Disability & Wellbeing Network) and Pulse (LGBT Network). 

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Company Description

The Prince’s Trust believes every young person should be given the chance to flourish.

Since 1976, we’ve achieved a great deal, supporting more than 1,000,000 young people across the UK, and have returned £1.4 billion in value to society over the last ten years alone. Yet, this still represents only a small proportion of the young people who might benefit from our support. Three in four young people on our programmes move into work, education or training. Our job is to inspire and support them, to help them reach their potential, so that they can thrive and society can prosper. 

Many of the young people we help are disadvantaged, either in, or leaving care, facing issues such as homelessness or mental health issues, or have been in trouble with the law.

Our free programmes give young people the practical skills and financial support they need to stabilise their lives. We help them develop key skills while boosting their confidence and motivation so they can continue to dream big.