We are excited to open recruitment for the role of Network Coordinator at Asylos. We are inviting applications from applicants based in the Netherlands or the UK who have a passion for volunteer community management.

This is a full-time paid position, starting ideally on 1st October 2022 and lasting for two years initially (subject to renewal).

Key responsibilities of the Network Coordinator include:

  • Coordination of case-specific research: 20%
  • Volunteer recruitment and induction: 20%
  • Organising of meetings and events: 20%
  • Feedback collection, communication and relationship-building with lawyers and other partners: 20%
  • General administrative tasks such as maintaining research and volunteer databases: 20% 

Under these responsibilities, the following are examples of day-to-day tasks that the Network Coordinator will carry out:

  • Coordinate the research flow: coordinate our research case work, liaising directly with the volunteer research coordinators
  • Recruit new volunteers and familiarise them with Asylos
  • Manage the volunteer community, including by writing regular newsletters and organising volunteer calls, meetings, check-ins and training opportunities
  • Regularly check-in with volunteers and volunteer coordinators to assess their  additional support needs
  • Organise conferences and events to bring volunteers together in person
  • Communicate with current and potential new beneficiaries, for example to collect feedback, build relationships and generate more research requests
  • Keep Asylos’ online research database up-to-date by uploading reports, and keeping it organised
  • Contribute towards the further development and improvement of the volunteer experience at Asylos
  • Support volunteer research teams on an ad hoc basis, which may include drafting research reports, reviewing finalised reports and providing feedback

For more information about the role and on how to apply, please refer to the job ad below. The deadline for applications is 4th September 2022.

People with lived experience of the asylum system or from communities disproportionately impacted by the immigration system and/or structural racism are particularly encouraged to apply.

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