North Glasgow Integration Network SCIO
North Glasgow Integration Network SCIO

Charity registered in Scotland SC049542

North Glasgow Integration Network ( NGIN) is a hub for a network of organisations in the North/North East of Glasgow who support asylum seekers and refugees feel welcome in their new community.

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Board Members

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 14th May 2021

North Glasgow Integration Network SCIO (NGIN) is currently seeking new Board Members. NGIN is governed by a voluntary Board of Trustees, people from all walks of life with an interest in supporting asylum seekers & refugees and all New Scots in Glasgow, who guide and oversee our organisation.

The main aims and objectives of NGIN are to listen to the needs of asylum seekers and refugees who are accommodated in North/North East Glasgow communities to offer as much support as possible to highlight the services available, to help them to feel safe, to develop the confidence to do their best to integrate with the host community and to have an improved quality of life.

Our Board wishes to expand its skills base and welcomes individuals with relevant financial, community and business experience, aligned with a belief in social justice and financial inclusion. Given our aims and commitment to diversity, we encourage applications from all genders, the BAME community and people with additional support needs.

We ask candidates for a minimum commitment of attending 1 meeting per month (max 2 hours), currently online via Zoom. We are looking to attract individuals with skills and experience ranging from social media, human resources, community learning & development, finance/fundraising, marketing and, most importantly, an interest in the wellbeing of New Scots.

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Integration Development Worker

  • Full time
  • £27,804
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 24th September 2021

North Glasgow Integration Network SCIO (NGIN) is currently recruiting for a full-time Integration Development Worker (35 hours).

The main aims and objectives of NGIN are to listen to and respond to the needs of asylum seekers and refugees who are accommodated in North/Northeast Glasgow communities to create opportunities and to offer as much support as possible to highlight the services available, to help them to feel safe, to develop the confidence to do their best to integrate with the host community and to have an improved quality of life.

We are expanding our staff team and are looking to recruit an Integration Development Worker with experience of working in the refugee/asylum field to deliver services and promote integration in the Springburn, Sighthill, Balornock, Barmulloch, Royston and Milton communities. Given our aims and commitment to diversity, we encourage applications from people with lived experience of the asylum system, the BAME community, people from across the gender spectrum and people with additional support needs.

It is essential that any applicant has a live interest in improving the situation and wellbeing of all New Scots.

Role initially mainly home-based, with services increasingly operating from community venues in the G21 area as Scottish Government guidance allows.

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This vacancy has now closed

Outreach Caseworker

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 24th September 2021

North Glasgow Integration Network SCIO (NGIN) is currently recruiting for a part-time Outreach Caseworker (16 hours).

The main aims and objectives of NGIN are to listen to and respond to the needs of asylum seekers and refugees who are accommodated in North/Northeast Glasgow communities to create opportunities and to offer as much support as possible to highlight the services available, to help them to feel safe, to develop the confidence to do their best to integrate with the host community and to have an improved quality of life.

We are expanding our staff team and are looking to recruit an Outreach Caseworker with experience of working in the refugee/asylum field to deliver services and promote integration in the Springburn, Sighthill, Balornock, Barmulloch, Royston and Milton communities. Given our aims and commitment to diversity, we encourage applications from people with lived experience of the asylum system, the BAME community, people from across the gender spectrum and people with additional support needs.

It is essential that any applicant has a live interest in improving the situation and wellbeing of all New Scots.

Role initially mainly home-based, with services increasingly operating from community venues in the G21 area as Scottish Government guidance allows.

Shortlist