We have an exciting opportunity to join our National Casework team as a National Caseworker, in our Brighton office.
In this role, you will support the team in providing essential advice and information on a wide range of issues for Gypsies and Travellers seeking help through FFT’s national Gypsy & Traveller Advocacy service.
As a National Caseworker, you will work with individuals, families and groups within the travelling communities to empower and equip them to develop a stronger voice and the ability to tackle future problems and issues for themselves. The role will be diverse and varied – no two days are the same!
You can view the Job Description here.
To apply, please send a CV and a covering email setting out your suitability for the role in less than 500 words to [email protected].
Please take the time to fill out and submit an Equality Monitoring Form for the role.
We strongly encourage applications from Gypsy, Roma and Traveller people. We will offer an interview to applicants from Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities who meet the essential criteria for the role.
Closing date: 23:59pm 5 June 2022
Become a Trustee
Our Trustees set the direction of our charity and oversee our work.
We aim to have a range of skills and experience on our Board of Trustees. At least half our Trustees are from the travelling communities. We particularly welcome interest from members of the Romany Gypsy and Irish Traveller communities.
A Trustee is an unpaid, voluntary role but we pay travel and subsistence expenses to cover your reasonable costs. Trustees are expected to attend at least 4 of our 6 meetings a year in Brighton. These are on a Saturday and last around 2 hours.
Please note: We are not currently recruiting for Trustees.
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