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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

  • Advertised from 5th February 2024
  • 21 hrs per week. Contract – 12 months.
  • 28 days Annual Holiday plus Public Holidays allowance pro rata and 3% employer pension contribution


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

Application notes

An application pack is available for download below.

The deadline for applying for this post is midday on 19th February 2024. Any applications received after this time will not be considered. Please note, CVs are not accepted.

Interviews will take place week beginning 26th February 2024 and ideally the candidate would start week beginning 4th March 2024.