IRMO works in the UK to champion the rights of Latin American migrants, and support them to live empowered and fulfilled lives in the UK. We welcome talented and passionate individuals who share our values to join our team. Please see below for our current paid vacancies. If we are not currently recruiting, please consider becoming a volunteer.
IRMO is looking for a highly motivated, visionary and strategically driven individual to lead our established Latin American-led organisation.
The Director will work effectively with the Board of Trustees to deliver IRMO’s strategic objectives, business and financial plans; and to develop and maintain a positive, accountable and impactful organisation. The role will be supported by our Trustees, Senior Management Team, and Senior Adviser.
The ideal candidate is someone who embraces our values; has a strong commitment to social justice and migrants’ rights; exceptional leadership skills to steer our strong and committed team; highly developed staff management, organisational, finance and fundraising skills; strong communication and listening skills; a track record in developing and implementing strategy; and a thorough understanding of the needs of Latin Americans and migrants in the UK. Fluency in Spanish and English, or Portuguese and English is essential.
- Working hours: Full time (37.5 hours per week)
- Contract: Permanent
- Reporting: IRMO’s Management Committee through the Chairperson
- Deadline to apply: Midnight on 2nd May 2022
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Please complete the application form, available here, and send it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title of the position for which you are applying in the subject line. Please do not send CVs as we do not shortlist from CVs.
IRMO is looking for up to three trustees to join the Board in guiding our charity’s work. As a trustee, you will have the opportunity to support IRMO’s strategic development and oversee its finances. Trustees meet every two months (usually in the evenings) and are asked to commit an additional eight to ten hours between meetings to follow up on actions, provide advice, and input into strategic documents/areas of work relevant to their areas of expertise.
We particularly encourage applications from individuals from Brazil and the wider Latin American community, from people who identify as members of minoritised groups, and from people with lived experience of the immigration and refugee system.
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To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter, outlining why you are applying for the role and how your skills, experience and knowledge meet the role described and the specification, to email@example.com by the 19th May 2022.