Vacancy: Operations Director

This is an exciting opportunity to increase GMIAU’s management capacity so that we can maximise our impact in support of people living in north west England who are affected by the immigration system. The post-holder will be responsible for strengthening our internal processes, developing income streams, and act as Deputy CEO on all matters operational, financial, and strategic.

The main purposes of this post are:

  • To lead and support staff and volunteers to develop services that meet the needs of people most affected by immigration control, and to ensure that people with experience of the
    immigration system are central to every level of the organisation
  • To develop positive relationships and networks of people and organisations that will further develop the strategic interests and development of GMIAU and the people it serves
  • To work with the CEO to develop income streams to ensure the long-term financial sustainability of GMIAU
  • To ensure that GMIAU has the necessary systems and structure in place to report effectively on all of its activities
Job TitleOperations Director
Reports toCEO
LocationManchester
Grade/SalaryPoints 36-39 £38,813 - £41,675
Hours35 per week
ContractPermanent

Applications close at 12 noon on Monday 4th October 2021. Interviews will be held on the 21st of October at the GMIAU offices in Crumpsall. Please read the recruitment pack below before applying.

Recruitment pack
Click to download the recruitment pack. It includes more detailed information about GMIAU and the role, duties and responsibilities, and the person specification.

Application Form

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

To apply please send the application form and equal opportunities monitoring form to denise@gmiau.org. We will acknowledge safe receipt of all applications so if you do not receive this from us it is your responsibility to contact us

Interpreters

GMIAU relies upon qualified and experienced interpreters to provide a high-quality service to clients.

Interpreters are expected to attend GMIAU training and to comply with GMIAU policies. Interpreters are not employed by GMIAU and are expected to make their own arrangements for paying tax and National Insurance.

We are often looking for interpreters with specific language skills. Please check this page regularly for updates.

December 2019 – Thank you for your interest, we are not currently recruiting new interpreters.

Volunteer Roles

If you may be interested in becoming a volunteer for GMIAU in your spare time, please check our volunteer page for more details.