Maryhill Integration Network
Maryhill Integration Network

Charity registered in Scotland SC037300

Since 2001, Maryhill Integration Network SCIO (MIN) has been bringing communities together through social, cultural and educational projects. Our overall aim is to support meaningful and lasting positive community integration and we work with a wide cross section of community participants from asylum seeker, refugee and migrant backgrounds and members of the local host community. MIN’s main service is a weekly programme of activities, offering people a chance to share experiences, develop skills and take part in worthwhile activities to improve their communities. This runs alongside regular community events and outreach partnership projects which are coordinated across the city.

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Campaigns & Advocacy Officer

  • Part time
  • £23,660 pro-rata
  • MIN’s office in Maryhill Community Centre, G20 8TS, and various outreach locations in and around the Glasgow area as and when required.
  • Closing 19th February 2024

About MIN:

Maryhill Integration Network (MIN) was established to bring people seeking asylum, refugees, migrants and the settled inhabitants of Glasgow together. Since 2001, we have been developing projects which support positive social change by investing in communities and providing a welcoming - and much-needed - safe and inclusive space with opportunities for collaboration and connection. Our main services include a user-led weekly programme of activities, which runs alongside regular learning opportunities, community events, advice clinics and outreach partnership projects coordinated across the city. For more information on MIN please review our last Annual Report.

About the role:

The role feeds into the Human Rights and Citizenship theme within our Strategic Plan. This theme aims for MIN to continue to ‘develop a space which provides alternatives to hostile immigration policies’.

The central duty of the Campaigns & Advocacy Officer is to support activities developed under the Human Rights and Citizenship theme alongside MIN’s Human Rights & Advocacy Coordinator. The activities include:

• Coordinating campaigns

• Advocating for rights

• Developing peer-support initiatives

• Contributing towards policy change

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Admin Officer

  • Part time
  • £21,840 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 7th August 2023

About MIN:

Maryhill Integration Network (MIN) was established to bring asylum seekers, refugees, migrants and the settled inhabitants of Glasgow together. Since 2001, we have been developing projects which support positive social change by investing in communities and providing a welcoming - and much-needed - safe and inclusive space with opportunities for collaboration and connection.

Our main services include a user-led weekly programme of activities, which runs alongside regular learning opportunities, community events, advice clinics and outreach partnership projects coordinated across the city.

For more information on MIN please review our Strategic Plan and last Annual Report.

About the role:

The role will predominantly be to support the organisation with administrative and financial tasks.

The postholder will be contributing positively to cross-team working within our vibrant organisation, where all ideas are valued, and innovation is encouraged. The role will see you act as the first point of contact for people accessing Maryhill Integration Network’s services and requires a positive and enthusiastic approach.

Please see Application Pack documents for further details.

MIN is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and aims to ensure a workplace where people are treated with dignity and respect.

We particularly welcome applications from; those with lived experience of seeking asylum or refuge, people from ethnic minorities, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, women and people with a disability.

MIN is committed to safer recruitment and all appointments are subject to satisfactory references

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Social Media Officer

  • Part time
  • £21,840 – £23,660 pro-rata
  • Home based remote working and/or in MIN’s office in Maryhill (MIN supports flexible working arrangements)
  • Closing 11th April 2022

The role will predominantly be to support the organisation to promote and inform the general public, our service users, funders and stakeholders about MIN’s work across our social media platforms, in line with our core values and our strategic objectives with the strategic goals to:

  1. Provide advice, support and advocacy for asylum seekers and refugees, and promote empowerment through confidence building, learning, skills development, and voluntary opportunities.
  2. Take measures to combat racism and discrimination in order to promote feelings of safety and belonging.
  3. Create a welcoming and culturally sensitive environment as a basis to strengthen social bonds across the community through which to develop innovative projects and activities.
  4. Be a forward-looking organisation that develops opportunities for volunteers, staff and partners to uphold our values and work towards our vision and mission.

The postholder will be contributing positively to cross-team working within our vibrant organisation, where all ideas are valued, and innovation is encouraged. We are looking for someone with the interest to develop their skills as we take on new opportunities in creating a social media strategy. The role represents an exciting opportunity for people with a real enthusiasm and commitment to positive and dignified social media output.

For further details please see application pack

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Wellbeing Development Officer

  • Part time
  • £21,840 – £23,660 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 6th August 2021

Maryhill Integration Network (MIN) was established to bring asylum seekers, refugees, migrants and the settled inhabitants of Glasgow together. Since 2001, we have been developing projects which support positive social change by investing in communities and providing a welcoming - and much-needed - safe and inclusive space with opportunities for collaboration and connection. Our main services include a user-led weekly programme of activities, which runs alongside regular learning opportunities, community events, advice clinics and outreach partnership projects coordinated across the city.

About the role:

The role will predominantly feed into the Human Rights & Wellbeing themes within our strategy, with the strategic goals to:

  • Provide advice, support and advocacy for asylum seekers and refugees, and promote empowerment through confidence building, learning, skills development, and voluntary opportunities, and to;
  • Take measures to combat racism and discrimination regarding race, religion, ethnicity, gender and sexual orientation in order to promote feelings of safety and belonging.

Additional strategic objectives include:

  • Providing opportunities for community participation and active citizenship
  • Placing service users’ needs at the heart of project development and implementation
  • Create an environment in which asylum seekers and refugees feel safe and supported
  • Awareness of the pre-migration trauma and poor mental wellbeing associated within the asylum process, when developing projects and activities
  • Build capacity in service users to address recovery from poor mental wellbeing
  • Encourage wellbeing through the provision of regular access to activities and opportunities in the outdoors
  • Maintain and develop strong community partnerships offering referrals and signposting to appropriate agencies to promote better community wellbeing
  • Raise awareness on the impact of multiple discriminations, and provide tailored spaces and activities for service users affected by them.

The postholder will be contributing positively to cross-team working within our vibrant organisation, where all ideas are valued, and innovation is encouraged. We are looking for someone with the interest to develop their skills as we take on new opportunities in fulfilling our strategic plan. The role represents an exciting opportunity for people with a real enthusiasm and commitment to improving wellbeing outcomes for communities in Glasgow.

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Development Officer

  • Part time
  • £21,840 – £23,660 pro-rata
  • Maryhill, Glasgow (currently home based)
  • Closing 16th June 2021

About MIN: Maryhill Integration Network (MIN) was established to bring asylum seekers, refugees, migrants and the settled inhabitants of Glasgow together. Since 2001, we have been developing projects which support positive social change by investing in communities and providing a welcoming - and much-needed - safe and inclusive space with opportunities for collaboration and connection, where difference is not only welcomed, but also celebrated. Our main services include a user-led weekly programme of activities, which runs alongside regular learning opportunities, community events, advice clinics and outreach partnership projects coordinated across the city. For more information on MIN please review our Strategic Plan and last Annual Report. Throughout the COVID-19 crisis we have adapted our services by delivering activities and events online, as well as providing direct emergency support. This past year has emphasised MIN’s resilience and the trust our service users place with us, securing our reputation as a space of safety and belonging for all.

About the role: The role will predominantly feed into the Arts & Culture theme of our strategy, with the strategic goal to; Create a welcoming and culturally sensitive environment as a basis to strengthen social bonds across the community through which to develop innovative projects and activities. Additional strategic objectives include:

Providing opportunities for community participation and active citizenship

  • Placing service users’ views and ideas at the heart of project development and implementation
  • Exploring possibilities for pioneering performances, exhibitions and publications
  • Developing partnerships with cultural venues and arts organisations to ensure accessibility and engagement
  • Coordinating events to share and celebrate the collective creative talents of all in our society
  • Supporting the dissemination of alternative and authentic narratives for asylum seekers and refugees in Glasgow.

The postholder will be contributing positively to cross-team working within our vibrant organisation, where all ideas are valued, and innovation is encouraged. We are looking for someone with the interest to develop their skills as we take on new opportunities in fulfilling our strategic plan. The role represents an exciting opportunity for people with a real enthusiasm and commitment to working creatively with communities in Glasgow.

A full Job Description is available for download below.

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