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RMC is seeking to appoint experienced people to join our Board of Trustees.

For these non-remunerated, voluntary roles we would ask that you dedicate time to attend 7-8 board meetings annually. The ideal candidates would understand charity boards and governance and be sympathetic to our ethos and values. For more information, please see the enclosed Job Description.

The key officers’ roles within the board are currently filled but vacancies for these roles may arise in the future.

If you are interested, please send an expression of interest (1-2 pages of A4) and your CV to: Julie Hodgkiss –

For more information or to arrange an informal conversation with senior managers please e-mail or call Julie on 01902 311 554.


Caseworker- OISC regulated

Reporting to: Casework team managers   

Responsible for:  Designated advisors and volunteers.

Salary:  £20,456- 25,694 (dependent on level of OISC regulation, length of experience and ability to supervise other colleagues) 

Hours: 35 (full time)

Contract24 months with the possibility of extension   Probation period: 6 months

Location – RMC’s offices in Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Walsall – working across branches may be a requirement.

Purpose of the Job:

  • To provide professional and effective OISC regulated casework as well as advice, guidance and support to a broad range of RMC’s service users.
  • To assist/support the team and the management to meet the needs of the beneficiaries and achieve targets.
  • To support and supervise colleagues on a lower level of OISC regulation and designated volunteers.
  • To deliver presentations and represent RMC at meetings/events when required by management.
  • To take responsibility of projects related to the job

Principal Tasks

Working within the team

  • To ensure the requirements of OISC are respected and met during the delivery of immigration related advice and casework.
  • To assist the senior colleagues and managers in order to drive efficiency, quality, systems improvement and target achievement.
  • To supervise and/or manage colleagues on a lower level of OISC regulation and designated volunteers.

 Casework and advice

  • To offer advice, advocacy and support to service users with various aspects related to their welfare as requested by the management of RMC and funders’ requirements.
  • To deliver the appropriate level of casework either independently or under supervision depending on the level of OISC registration.
  • To maintain confidentiality in all dealings with service users and ensure their needs are met in a satisfactory and sensitive manner.
  • To provide appropriate support and mentoring to any volunteers that are under your supervision.
  • To be responsible for the day to day delivery of specific projects if requested by the Operations Manager–this is flexible and could change depending on the nature of funding.
  • To represent RMC at external meetings and events when required by senior colleagues.
  • To maintain effective working relationships with partners and stakeholders.


  • In order to deliver the stated aims of this post, a degree of flexibility is needed and the post holder may be required to perform work not specifically referred to above. Such duties will fall within the scope of the job within the appropriate pay grade. The job description will therefore be subject to periodic review with the post holder to ensure it accurately reflects the duties that are being performed


Job spec

  • OISC level 1. Essential
  • OISC Level 2 – Desirable.
  • Commitment to working towards OISC level 2–Essential
  • Experience of advice work dealing with asylum seekers, refugees and vulnerable migrants. Highly desirable
  • Ability to communicate complex information clearly to distressed clients. Essential
  • A proven high standard of communication skills, including written, oral, presentational and inter-personal skills. Essential
  • Ability to produce high quality written work to deadline, organisational skills and the ability to manage and prioritise a demanding workload.
  • Commitment to equality and diversity.
  • An ability to self-motivate and work independently. – Highly desirable
  • Experience of working in a multicultural environment and sensitivity towards other cultures. Highly desirable.
  • Educated to degree level or equivalent. Desirable
  • A proven record of team work and flexibility. Desirable
  • Excellent listening skills and ability to empathise as well as establish boundaries to avoid emotional over involvement.
  • Fluent in a community language-Desirable.


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