“Share Tawe Accommodation Development Worker.
- 21 hours a week
- 2 year post, funded by Lloyds Bank Foundation
- Based in Swansea
- Salary £21,000 per annum Pro Rata. Statutory pension contributions
We are looking for someone to co-ordinate and develop our work with destitute asylum seekers. S/he will:
- Coordinate Share Tawe – a successful scheme which links asylum seekers who have been made destitute, with local volunteer households willing to offer accommodation.
- Pilot and evaluate a “shared house” project for asylum seekers and refugees
- Help people move on from destitution
The successful candidate will be:
- A clear and sensitive communicator
- A person of sound judgement and able to prioritise
- Highly organised and with good written English and IT skills.
Ideally they will have experience of working alongside asylum seekers and refugees – or first-hand experience of seeking asylum.
However we are interested in all applicants who have the commitment, skills and attitudes needed for work.
Interview date: 1st March 2017
Closing date for applications. Friday 10th February 9.00am
Candidates must email their completed applications in word format (not in pdf or any other format) to email@example.com to reach this address by Friday Feb 10th 9.00am.
If you have any practical difficulties in filling out this form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org As SBASSG is a small volunteer led organisation we are not able to deal with general enquiries prior to interview.
Download the Application Pack for Accommodation Development Worker and email completed application forms to email@example.com by Friday Feb 10th 9:00am.”
Original post by Eleri here: https://swansea.cityofsanctuary.org/2017/01/26/job-opportunity-accommodation-development-worker-with-sbassg
“ELTS offers free English Language Classes to any non-native speaker of English in the local area at Pre-intermediate level or above via our Teacher Training programme.
There does not need to be any connection to the University. Please circulate these details freely to likely participants and within your own networks.
Here are the details:
- Wednesday 1st February – Friday 7th April 2017
- Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays – 1300 – 1500
- Keir Hardie Room 250 Upper Intermediate
- Keir Hardie Room 130 Intermediate (not Thursdays)
- Keir Hardie Room 230 Pre-Intermediate
- We will hold drop-in registration sessions for new students as follows. These will be in:
- ELTS’ foyer, floor 3 Margam Building, Singleton Campus:
- 1200-1500 Tuesday 24th January
- 1200-1500 Wednesday 25th January
- 1200-1500 Thursday 26th January
Students with additional queries should contact:
While we try to accommodate all who wish to attend, pre-registered students will have priority if numbers reach our class limits.
We regret we are not able to reimburse travel expenses.”
Update 7 December 2016:
We have been successful in funding applications to:
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All proceeds go to SBASSG to help support asylum seekers. £7.99
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EVENT cancelled on Thursday 26 May – due to clash with Swansea Poetry Slam.
Hafan Books (the publishing project allied with Swansea Bay Asylum Seekers Support Group) will be at the Slam.
All welcome. Entry free. Books for sale! Recently published:
- You and Me Two by Alhaji Sheku Kamara – love poems for Aminata and for all lovers, everywhere, in west African reggae style
- Zola’s Story by Zola Gidi – a few years ago, Zola successfully resisted attempts by the Home Office to deport her to South Africa, with massive popular support in Swansea. Here she tells her story
- Asylum by Eric Ngalle Charles – a disturbing documentary drama: what happens to an asylum seeker whose story is not believed
Also, new poetry pamphlets in the ‘Boiled String’ series:
- Stars by Childe Roland (black on dark grey, limited edition)
- Six of Clubs by Childe Roland (grey on white, limited edition)
- Çekoslovakyalılaştıramadıklarımızdanmısınız or Long Words by Nia Davies: experimental poetry about language, power, gender and violence
- Teint: for the Bièvre / pour la Bièvre by Zoë Skoulding and Jean Portante: experimental poetry about hidden Paris, memory and dreams, with translations into French
Charity fundraiser concert for Unity in Diversity
Saturday March 26th: 8pm @ the Garage, Uplands, Swansea SA2 0NP
A truly epic line up!!
-> The Sporadics
-> Junior Bill
-> The Chalk Outlines
-> The Low Blows
-> DJ Neil
Tickets £5 in advance or £7.50 on the door
Tickets available from Derrick’s Records Online or from the Garage itself.
FREE FOR UID COMMUNITY MEMBERS 🙂